Parsippany Soccer Club celebrates 45th Opening Day

Parsippany Soccer Club held it's 45th Annual Opening Day on Saturday, September 8

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany Soccer Club held it’s 45th Opening Day on Saturday, September 8 at Veterans Memorial Park. The following chart shows the 2018-2019 Board of Directors:

President

Bob Birth

president@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Vice President of Intramural

Andrew Ladas

intramural-vp@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Vice President of Travel

Al Zalewski

travel-vp@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Vice President of Finance

Angelika Bamert

finance@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Vice President of Purchasing

Mike Kells

purchasing@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Vice President of Facilities

Scott Olsen

facilities@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Registrar

Kevin Wall

registrar@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Treasurer

Alison Cogan

treasurer@parsippanysoccerclub.org

Secretary

Kim Kelley

secretary@parsippanysoccerclub.org

The objective of the Parsippany Soccer Club (PSC) is to develop, promote, and govern the game of youth soccer within the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey.The Parsippany Soccer Club was established in 1973.  Thanks to the Township, the Parsippany Park & Recreation Department and the Parsippany Board of Education for maintenance and use of the fields.Throughout the existence of the club we have been an active partner with the Town in providing equipment and volunteers. Among the items that the club has purchased/donated are:

  • Soccer Goals at Smith, Veterans, Jannarone, Lake Parsippany Park, Volunteers Park, Parsippany High and Hill Varsity Soccer Fields, Central and Brooklawn Middle School Varsity Fields, Central Middle School Lower Field, Rockaway Middle School, and Littleton School. Virtually every goal, corner flag and netting system was purchased by the club for use by both the children in our program and by township residents when they use the fields.
  • Netting systems at Veterans and Jannarone Parks
  • Cleanup/maintenance program at all fields that the club uses. At a minimum of three times annually a full cleanup is done on all fields picking up waste on the fields. Weekly, the club’s volunteer parents/coaches perform the same function after their practices and games.
  • Parsippany Pride Invitational held Columbus Weekend generates a great deal of increased revenue through sold out hotels, restaurants, deli’s, gas stations and other merchants. The tournament annual brings well over 25,000 players/parents/relatives to Town over the three day period which translates into added income for the Town and the Township Merchants.
  • Annually the club provides six $1,000 scholarships to Parsippany Soccer Club graduating seniors to be used to assist in their pursuit of College Degrees.

For more information on the Parsippany Soccer Club, click here.

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