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Referee Class

Visit our Referee page for more information about the referee class this spring.

Spring Rec 2021

Registration is ONLINE ONLY this year. Payment is credit card only. If you need assistance
registering or prefer to pay with paper check or cash, please email.

See the Spring Rec Registration Page

Return to Play Guidelines and Protocols

  • Soccer Maine has stated that any spectator outside of their vehicle must be counted in the total spectator count. If you are watching from your vehicle, you must stay inside your vehicle. Spectators watching from their truck beds or the back of their SUV are considered outside of their vehicle. They will be required to wear a wristband and will be counted in the spectator count.  
  • Please remember to remain in your vehicle until the team playing before you has cleared the field and all players and spectators have returned to their vehicles. 
  • Please leave the field quickly after your games so other teams can take the field to warm up.
  • Coaches, players, and spectators must remain masked when on the sides and must maintain 6 feet of distance from each other and from the field. People from the same household are allowed to sit together as long as they are masked and 6ft from the field. 
  • We ask that parents with wristbands that are watching on the sidelines are mindful of blocking the view of people trying to watch from their cars. If possible, bring a blanket to sit on the ground or use a chair and try to not block the view of others.

 Soccer Maine’s policy for all Fall Classic games this season is that spectators must be distanced and masked.  Yes – our policy is slightly more stringent than the State guidelines, and the reason for that is twofold – 1) we simply cannot count on parents/spectators staying 100% socially distanced and not using loud voices (thereby spewing particles into the air) at games; 2) we are a 99% volunteer organization, both at the Soccer Maine level and the club level, and it is simply not possible to constantly police the social distance criteria at every game so we need the extra layer of protection for our children’s benefit.  This policy is not negotiable for the Fall Classic League this fall, and is the responsibility of the home club to monitor and control.  If parents/spectators refuse to adhere to the policy, then they need to stay home.  Our policy follows other organizations’ policies and is in the best interest of the players that we are serving.  The alternative would be no spectators at games, which is likely the policy that all schools will be adopting for high school soccer this fall.

Bangor Soccer Club

Founded in 1993 with a focus on developing and promoting youth soccer in the greater Bangor area.


Fall Kick-Off 2018