Somerton Youth Organization is a private PA non-profit that has been encouraging youth development by providing opportunities for personal and athletic growth since 1955. SYO promotes sportsmanship, self-esteem, and the development of life skills by engaging youth in sports while providing a safe, healthy, positive environment where the youth of our community can learn the fundamentals of sports.
SYO is operated entirely by dedicated volunteers looking to serve and better our community.
Soccer News:IMPORTANT-- Our U8, U9, U10, and U11 and U10 girls teams still have a few openings left. It is important that you contact the following coaches ASAP to attend practice: Boys U8 (ages 6 and 7): Bob Marchosu 215-385-4365 Boys U9 (8 year olds): Joe Armitage 267-438-7165 Boys U10 (9 years old): Joe Armitage Boys U11 (10 year old): Joe Armitage Girls U10 (7,8,9 year olds): Aishlinn McWilliams: 215-603-0414 Football News: practice for all ages will begin on Monday 7/28/14 at 6pm. Contact Mike O'Brien at 215-416-3722 if you have any questions concerning the program. Cheer-leading News: TEAM IS FULL. NO MORE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. Registration: Please check out the registration page for our per-sport and Family plan rates. Registrations will be taken at the clubhouse on Saturdays from 10 a.m. -1 p.m.
Facebook: For timely updates on what's happening at Somerton, you can check out our Facebook page. This is also a great forum to post questions and learn more about our SYO community.
Coach Ed McArdle Honored at Little Guys Banquet
Congratulations to long-time football coach Ed McArdle on his induction into the Little Guys Football Conference Hall of Fame on Saturday, December 7, 2013. Coach Ed has been serving the Somerton community as a Somerton Youth Organization mentor and football, basketball, and baseball coach for over 20 years. In addition, Coach Ed has been a volunteer on the Board of the Directors of the Little Guys Conference for many years.
This recognition of Coach Ed's dedication to youth sports and tireless efforts at not only teaching the skills needed to excel at sports, but molding the character of every child he has coached was well-deserved.
Congratulations again to Coach Ed McArdle and the McArdle family.