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Competitive

Schedules

Schedules may be updated occasionally to reflect rescheduled games or additional information

LSC Calendar

Important dates for Competitive, Academy, and Rec soccer

Registration

You can register online or come into the LSC Office, payment due at time of registration

  • The pre-game meal serves two primary purposes. One is to keep the athlete from feeling hungry, and the other it to maintain levels of blood glucose and muscle and live glycogen.
  • Athletes who skip meals during training or prior to competition put themselves at a disadvantage during exercise. They should be strongly discouraged from skipping meals because they are depriving themselves of much needed energy for muscle activity.
  • Food high in fat and protein, such as steaks hamburgers, hot dogs, and eggs, or fatty fried foods such as French Fries, donuts and potato chips, take longer to digest and may cause indigestion, nausea, and possible vomiting

Some suggestions on what to eat before competition

  • 1 hour before competition: Fruit and vegetable juices, fresh fruit, or one serving of high carbohydrate beverage (Gatorade etc.)
  • 2 or 3 hours before competition: Fruit and vegetable juices, breads, bagels, low fat yogurt, raisins, or two servings of a high carbohydrate beverage.
  • 3 or 4 hours before competition: Fruit and vegetable juices, fresh fruit and vegetables, breads, bagels, baked potatoes, cereal with low fat milk, low fat yogurt, sandwiches with a small amount of peanut butter, lean meat or low fat cheese, or two servings of a high carbohydrate beverage.

Nutrition Guidelines

The My Pyramid Food Guide at www.choosemyplate.gov provides specific suggestions for daily and weekly food group consumption based on one's age and activity level.  You will also find information about each food group, menu planning, dietary guidelines and more on this interactive website.

 

Nutrition Links

Field Status At A Glance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Note*

The field status is updated by 3:00 p.m. on weekdays and by 7:00 a.m. on weekends, for Spring programming.  The weather hotline is 303.212.2202.

Our website has been experiencing some technical  issues, thank you for your patience while we continue to work through them.  Please remember to check the hotline number above - our twitter  https://twitter.com/Littletonsoccer and or facebook https://www.facebook.com/lsccoloradounited for updates on field status.  The date and time will be updated when field conditions warrant a change. 

 

Updated 6/6/17 at 4:30 p.m. 

The chart below shows all fields that are OPEN, the remaindar of fields are CLOSED for the season.  

Abbott

OPEN

Arapaho

CLOSED

 Bowles Grove

CLOSED

Cherry Knolls

CLOSED

Clarkson

CLOSED

Cornerstone
 

CLOSED

Ken Caryl

CLOSED

Little Dry Creek

CLOSED

Progress Park

CLOSED

Puma

CLOSED

Southbridge

OPEN

South Suburban

More Info

Whitman

CLOSED

Writers Vista

CLOSED

News & Information

 

U9 & U10 Transitional Meetings:

All meetings are held at the club office 6558 S. Acoma St, Littleton, 80120

7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25th or Wednesday, April 26th

Click here for more information

 

U10 going to play  U11 (2007 Birth year)  Transitional Meetings:  

7:30 p.m. Thursday April 27 at Whitman Gym - 6557 S, Acoma St,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the Colorado United Competitive 2016/2017 Coaching Assignments Click HERE

 

 

 

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