Nova Premier Soccer Club is offering Skills Training to all interested Nova Players. This training is free to all Nova players who are interested in attending.
These sessions are designed for players looking to improve or refine their soccer skills while getting a lot of extra touches on the ball. Sessions will include individual exercises such as dribbling, passing and first touches as well as small sided activities and games.
Sessions will be an hour long from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm lead by Coach Lucio DaMotta-Santos.
Training nights and locations are as follows:
Monday, 09/19 Bliss Field
Monday, 10/03 Bliss Field
Monday, 10/17 Bliss Field
Monday, 10/24 Taunton Forekicks
Monday, 11/07 Taunton Forekicks
We do ask that you register your soccer player for this clinic so that we can send out notifications if times change or if it is cancelled due to weather. The web link to use to register is as follows: Nova Soccer Skills Training Sessions
For any questions regarding this training, please contact Susan Bump Rodrigues, General Manager @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Nova Premier Soccer Club had many players and their families attend the New England Revolution game on Saturday, September 10 and some of the players were lucky enough to get the match ball from the game. Here are some of the Nova Neptunes with the ball.
The Nova Girls were able to participate in the Providence College Women's Soccer Game on Thursday night, September 1st at the Anderson Stadium. The girls walked out with the PC Friars and Boston University Terriers during the opening ceremony. In addition, we had a few of the older girls tending the out of bounds on the field for any balls that left the stadium.
The girls and their families were able to watch a great soccer match with the PC Friars winning with a score of 2 - 0.
The Nova Premier Soccer Club Academyis now accepting applications for fall training at Bliss Field at 312 Tremont Street, Rehoboth, MA. Our objective is to provide the best soccer training and development for young soccer players. The Nova Premier Academy is an integral part of Nova Premier SC player development philosophy.
Philosophy: The Nova Premier Soccer Club's goal is to develop ball mastery in each and every player. Ball mastery is the one single foundation that all soccer players must have to become great soccer players. Through our training curriculum, players will be given the opportunity to build individual soccer skills, athleticism, self-confidence and a love for the game of soccer and for competition.
Coaching Staff: Our Nova Coaching Staff includes nationally licensed coaches. Coach Nick Adams will be overseeing the academy with other Nova Coaches under his direction. Our Academy will providea fun and challenging program for each player. The focus will be on 1v1 skills, dribbling, passing, ball striking, receiving and shooting. Players will learn individual ball mastery through numerous skill-focused activities. Each training session will build up from no pressure to full pressure activities. Players will play in many 1v1 through 5v5 games where they will have the opportunity to apply their skills.
We will be offering a training at a cost of $75 on Monday nights from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm:
Current U12 and younger Nova players can attend this training at no cost.
Session will start on August 29th and run through October 24th, excluding Monday, September 5 and October 10. For more information please contact Susan Bump Rodrigues, General Manager at
Register On-line at Nova Premier Soccer Club website.
Nova Boys U16 2001 Rockets Players Earn Spot in Region 1 ODP
Congratulations to Michael Russo and Jackson Singer, players on the Nova Premier Soccer Club Boys U16 Rockets, who have both made the US Youth Soccer Region 1 Development Program pool. The Region 1 ODP pool is made up of the top 55 boys from the 13 states in Region 1. Region One consists the states in the northeast corner of the USA from Maine to Virginia. Michael will now be competing for a spot in the U.S. Soccer U15 National team pool this summer. He was one of four boys from Massachusetts to earn a place in the U15 pool. Jackson was one of the two boys from Massachusetts who earned a spot in the U13 pool. He will also be competing for a spot in the U.S. Soccer U13 National team pool this summer.
Congratulations to the Nova Girls U17 Sparks who beat South Shore Select in the Massachusetts 2016 State Cup Tournament with a score of 2-1. The Sparks are now advancing to the Region 1 Championship Tournament to take place in West Virginia at the end of June. Great job girls.
Nova Premier Soccer Club had many teams participate in Memorial Day Tournaments. We had two teams in New York and the remainder in Massachusetts. The U13 Neptunes are champions of their age group at the Guilderland Memorial Day Tournament. The U11 Sentinels won at the JSSA Memorial Day Weekend tournament. Girls U13 Pride won at the Needham Memorial Day Tournament and did not give up any goals during the tournament. U16 Rampage, U18 Attack, U11 Astros, U12 Galaxy and U14 Flames all made it to the semi finals.
Nova Boys U10 Blitz - New England U10 Night at Gillette
The Nova Boys U10 Blitz were able to not only watch the New England Revolution Game on April 9th at Gillette Stadium but they were also able to play a scrimmage game on the field before the match. Everyone who attended had a great time watching the team play, tailgating and the Revs.
The Nova Boys U12 Galaxy team attended April 1st New England Revolution game at Gillette Stadium. Coach Nick was able to get the boy on the field before game time and carry out the United Healthcare banner to the center circle.
Massachusetts Youth Soccer Implementation of USSF Birth Year Man
Massachusetts Youth Soccer Implementation of USSF Birth Year Mandates
Massachusetts Youth Soccer Executive Director Mike Borislow has prepared an extensive overview of the US Soccer development initiatives and how they will impact premier, travel and recreational organizations affiliated with Massachusetts Youth Soccer. Please read the statement linked below or visit our website for further details.
Players can still play with classmates. For the 2016/17 soccer year there will be a simple relabeling of group play from Age to Grade. The Grade group eligibility parameters will still be based on birth date ranges and the US Soccer labels for each player will be appropriately used. The only time a team playing in a Mass Youth Soccer town based recreational (in-town and travel) programs will need to swap out their Grade Group for the Age Group will be if they enter the team in a tournament sponsored by club that uses the Age Group labels. The age group chart linked below will be used by all Massachusetts Youth Soccer affiliated leagues and organizations for the 2016-17 soccer year.
US Soccer has recently published player development initiatives which they feel will help develop all players to the best of their abilities.
One of the major components is a movement to small sided standards.
MAPLE already provides small sided structure at various younger age groups although the new initiatives will mean a change at certain ages to the number of players on the field.
US Soccer is suggesting that U9 and U10 players now play 7v7, U11 and U12 to play 9v9 and U13 and above to play 11 a side. The field dimensions have also been standardized to provide the correct space and the hope is to create players who are more confident and comfortable when in possession of the ball.
This fall MAPLE has decided to pilot 7v7 at the U9 age groups and collect feedback from coaches and clubs as we move towards the new format.
For spring 2016 U11 & U12 will move to 9v9. U12 11v11 will continue to be offered. U10 will remain at 8v8 for the spring and then move to 7v7 for fall 2016.
Roster sizes will remain the same.
This will impact the size of fields and nets required for each age group. At the moment US Soccer is still reviewing this issue as it will mean significant additional expense for both MAPLE and town programs, and it seems some flexibility will be permitted. For this spring the field and net sizes for U10-U12 will not change.
Starting in Fall 2016 MAPLE clubs would be permitted to use the same fields and nets for U10-U12 games if they had teams in multiple age groups, thus allowing us to continue to block games. Or, they could provide a smaller field for the U10 teams if they had only that age group or multiple U10 teams.
Nova Premier Soccer Club is looking for qualified head coaches to coach our boys and girls premier youth soccer teams. We are located in Rehoboth, MA (Southern MA near Rhode Island border). Our goal is for players to receive top-flight instruction, be challenged and grow to become successful soccer players in a family friendly atmosphere.
Coach needs to be responsible and committed with experience coaching children.
Please send your resume, includinglicense information and references to Tony Luongo, Club President @
Nova Premier Soccer Club is a premier soccer club for boys and girls competing in the top leagues in the state of Massachusetts and in New England. We are committed to provide top flight training and to develop our players to become great soccer players and great people.
Want to play for a small club with a family feel that regularly competes for Maple titles and State Cup titles? Look no further - Nova Premier SC is for you!
Nova Premier SC has:
Won 2 State Cup titles
Been a State Cup Finalist 3 times
Been a State Cup Semifinalist 5 times
Been a State Cup Quarterfinalist 11 times
Participated in the US Region 1 Tournament 3 times
Won a Maple Division Championship 6 times
Won multiple other premier tournaments
Nova SC alumni have gone on to play at colleges and universities such as StAnselm's College,St. Johns (NY), Springfield College, Stonehill College, Lesley, Western Connecticut, Salve Regina, UMASS Lowell, UMASS Dartmouth, Simmons, Framingham State, Franklin Pierce College,Bridgewater State University, , St. Michael's College, University of South New Hampshire, and more.
INTERESTED? email Tony Luongo at
or Kevin Smith at