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Bulldogs Puppy Program


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Our Bulldogs Puppy Program is specifically designated for children 3-4 year old.  There will be coaches handling the lessons each week so that your child will begin to enjoy their experience in soccer.  Our coaches will be combining soccer with fun games, and stories to develop their skills in balance, agility and coordination, technical skills, social skills, self confidence and teamwork.  We believe this program will become a great example of a program you are looking for a child to start in the sport of soccer.

Where:  Phillips Park (Behind WAWA on Rte 18) GPS: 300 Maple Street, Old Bridge NJ 08857

Dates: September 12th till Nov 14th 2020 - Saturdays mornings only

Time:  10 AM - 10:45 AM

Price: $115 until 8/20/20 then $130.00 after

Women's tryouts


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Bulldogs SC is looking for women in the Middlesex and Shore area who are looking to continue to compete at a high level in the GSSL.

This will be a newly formed team and looking to start this program with the right personnel.  There will be a full time coach along with staff from Bulldogs SC.  Training will be available. 

Men's Soccer Tryouts


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Bulldogs SC Men's Open will be playing in the highly competitive GSSL Super Division. 

We are looking for committed players in the Middlesex and Monmouth area who are looking to continue to train and play the most competitive soccer in the state.  Training will be mandatory as well as weeknight/weekend games.  If you are interested please register for tryouts.  Attendance for both tryouts are strongly encouraged. 

Bulldogs SC Men's Adult Tryouts

8/16 - 9am Phillips Park (Old Bridge)

8/23 - 9am Medwick Park (Carteret)

 

2002-2005 Boys Try Outs


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NJ Youth Soccer COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Information and Updates (as of March 10, 2020)

 

Given the current health and travel concerns surrounding COVID-19, NJ Youth Soccer provides this overview of the steps being taking to keep our youth soccer community safe and informed.

 

NJ Youth Soccer remains committed to providing safe playing environments. We are regularly monitoring the recommendations and guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and local authorities, other state associations, US Soccer and US Youth Soccer.

 

At this time, based on expert information and guidance from our partners, all NJ Youth Soccer events will proceed as originally scheduled. Further, it is our understanding that our member leagues will also proceed as originally scheduled.

 

Everyone can help by following preventative measures and best practices onsite. 

Adhere to everyday preventative actions to proactively reduce risks. We strongly recommend that players and families adhere to the following precautionary guidelines:

  • Wash hands frequently with soap and water (at least 30 seconds) especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing the nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching the mouth, eyes or nose with hands.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean up team and training areas after every use (e.g. throw used water bottles in the trash).
  • Use alcohol-based sanitizers (60% alcohol) in addition to frequent hand washing.
  • Carry small bottles of alcohol-based sanitizers to use when hand-washing facilities are unavailable.
  • Keep hydrated.
  • Do not share water bottles or food.
  • Avoid pre, during, or post-game handshakes with opposing team members or game officials.
  • Avoid international team walkouts and hand-in-hand/arm-in-arm team huddles.
  • If anyone associated with a team (coach, player, family member) feels ill prior to a scheduled event, have them stay home and not attend the event in order to reduce risk to others.
  • If anyone associated with a team (coach, player, family member) becomes ill during an event and has symptoms such as coughing, fever, or general malaise, contact a medical professional. To reduce exposure, consider self-isolation until evaluated by medical personnel, immediately exit the facility, do not come into personal contact with other participants.

Coaches and team managers: Please be sure to have updated medical information and contact information for all minors' parents or guardians that may not be present.

Be Prepared by Being Informed

Below are additional resources and links to learn more. Please review and share this information.

The State of New Jersey Department of Health provides a 24-Hour Public Hotline to address questions about the COVID-19. Call 1-800-222-1222. They also provide additional information, including frequently asked questions at: https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/covid2019_community.shtml

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):  For more information about COVID-19, its symptoms, how it spreads and other frequently asked questions, visit the CDC website, here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. For information about handwashing, see the CDC's Handwashing website.

Follow the CDC's recommendations for using a facemask:

  • CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
  • Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to others. The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a health care facility).

If you wish to stay informed of any US Government travel advisories, please review current US State Department Travel Advisories: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories.html/

Recommendations from the FISA Sports Medicine Commission Coronavirus (02/27/2020)

Again, NJ Youth Soccer remains committed to providing safe playing environments. Thank you for your consideration and cooperation as we all work through this situation.

 

http://www.njyouthsoccer.com/covid-19-information

Breaking News!  Bulldogs SC has partnered with Soccer Parenting Association

BREAKING NEWS!!! Bulldogs SC has partnered with The Soccer Parenting Association

WE ARE BULLDOGS SC

Bulldogs SC was founded in 2009 as an amateur Adult soccer club in the Old Bridge, NJ area. With help from our members we have established  4 adult teams and 10 youth teams. Our goal is to educate, grow and spread the game of soccer we have come to fall in love with. Our Motto is "Club is Family" and we truly live by that.  We support each and every member of our Family! 

Bulldogs SC 10th year Anniversary!

College Bound

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Bulldogs SC 2009 Girls 2019 Fall Flight Champions


BSC 2009 Girls Flight Champions

Finishing the 2019 spring season in third place, the 2009 girls knew they had some work to do, if they wanted to make it to the top of their flight. They needed to push a little more. As the fall season began, that’s exactly what they did. The camaraderie was shining through on and off the field. They were excited to get to work at practice. Everyone could just tell that this was going to be “their season”. 

They started off the season very strong, playing consistently from game to game. They won the first two games and tied the third. They continued with their winning streak after that tie, allowing only three goals in six games. They had a hard loss in their seventh game where four goals were scored against them. That didn’t stop them though. They came back to win their last three games and finish first in their flight with 8-1-1 record. They allowed 9 goals in 10 games, the least number allowed in their flight. Less than one goal per game. They scored 32 goals in the same 10 games, which is the largest number in their flight.

They trained hard, sometimes in the heat, sometimes in the rain, and sometimes when it was just outright cold. They all showed their dedication by coming out and giving it their all at every practice and every game. They were proud of each other and it showed.

We watched the offensive players grow into a confident line, pushing down the field, working together as one to get that goal. They talked to each other, passed the ball efficiently, and used all the skills they learned at the trainings. It was pretty amazing to have watched them grow from their first season to where they are now. They are unstoppable.

The defensive players really improved their skills this season as well. The girls took ownership of their positions. They knew what to do when that ball came their way. They stopped the opposing team in it’s tracks, game after game. There wasn’t a weak spot in the team’s defense. If that ball did happen to get past one of them, the goalies were there to answer. They had some really incredible saves this season. They were brave and they were not afraid to dive for the ball.

There was a new confidence in the 2009 Bulldogs this season. It was exciting to watch them come together and bond as friends and teammates. There is no doubt that together, these girls are destined for greatness!

2006 Boys Looking for Players

  • Middle School Season Over? 
  • Looking to continue to play competitive? 
  • Looking to play in upcoming tournaments?  

Bulldogs SC 2006 Boys are looking for players looking to play at the next level. 

  • competitive league play (MOSA)
  • quality training through fall/winter/spring
  • Tournaments  
  • For more information email: bulldogssc2006boys@gmail.com

The Soccer Parenting Association


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