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Recreational Inter Town Summer Soccer (birth years 2007-1999)

UPDATE: Click below to Register!

The Penfield Rangers, in partnership with the Penfield Strikers, are proud to announce our joining the Monroe United Recreational Soccer league (MURSL).  MURSL is a Recreational Soccer League, open to both boys and girls, uniting Club and Town programs from Monroe County and the surrounding area who are interested in participating in a recreational youth soccer league where the focus is to foster learning of the sport and playing with fairness, character, good sportsmanship, and most importantly to have fun.


  • No tryouts are required
  • Competes against other town’s recreational teams in both home and away games
  • Preseason practices will start in May, and games will begin after Memorial Day and last through July.
  • The league has divisions in U12, U15, and U19. Players are organized according to age and gender. (Co Ed teams may be formed if not enough of one gender sign up.)
  • If a player is rostered on a Travel/Premier roster, they cannot participate in MURSL
  • Volunteer coaches are needed to coach teams and are the heart of the program. It only takes a few hours a week to enjoy the relationships you will build with these young athletes.


Click here to register

Program Fee is $75 if registered by 3/31/18 (After 3/31 fee increases to $100)

12 games (6 home/ 6 away) and practices

Includes uniform shirt and socks

Other Items

All payers must wear shin guards, cleats or turf shoes are acceptable (No metal cleats or spikes).

Please bring a water bottle and appropriately sized soccer ball to each practice (U12 & Under  - size 4, U13 & up – size 5).

Parents/adult volunteers will be responsible to manage the games and will observe the training sessions.  Each team coach will receive practice plans and will have assistance of the staff available if required.

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