Spring Intramural Registration Begins January 13th

To register for the spring season, click on the link below.

Click Here to Register for Intramurals

If you have an established account, login and enter your password to continue the process.  

If this is your first time registering, click on “Login/Register” and follow the instructions to set up an account to register.

If you are registering for “PreK”, your child MUST be entering kindergarten in the fall!

Also please select “PreK” from the drop down box, not “Pre-School”.

Due to software restrictions, we will no longer offer a two season discount.

After March 14th, there is a $25.00 late fee on all registrations.


Former Centennial Emily Menges
Selected No. 25 Overall by
Portland FC in NWSL Draft


Emily Menges was selected in the third round of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) by the Portland Thorns FC Friday afternoon.
Emily Menges was selected in the third round of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) by the Portland Thorns FC Friday afternoon.



Jan. 17, 2014

WASHINGTON - Georgetown University senior women's soccer players Emily Menges (Garden City, N.Y./Garden City) was selected in the third round of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) by the Portland Thorns FC Friday afternoon.

Menges, who trained with the United States U-23 National Team last month, was the 25th overall selection and the seventh pick of the third round by the Thorns, who went 11-6-5 last season.

"We are very proud of Emily," Head Coach Dave Nolan said. "She will be an absolute steal for Portland. Her decision to graduate in May and stay in school this spring prevented her from being drafted much higher. However, playing for Portland and working under Paul Riley meant Portland was always the place she wanted to go. In my opinion, Emily was one of the top two or three defenders in the draft and (Paul) Riley is counting his blessings that she was still available when she was. Everyone at Georgetown is very happy for her."

Menges, a defender, was selected as a First Team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and was one of 15 Division I players selected as a semifinalist for the Missouri Athletic Club's (MAC) Hermann Trophy, recognizing the top player in the country. In addition, she was a First Team All-BIG EAST selection and the league's Defensive Player of the Year.

A captain, she concluded her career as one of the most decorated players in program history, earning All-BIG EAST honors three times in her four seasons on the Hilltop. She was a unanimous First Team All-BIG EAST selection and started all 21 games on the back line, helping the team post 10 shutouts.

A semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy as a junior in 2012, she was also a First Team All-BIG EAST selection and the team set a school record with 13 shutouts. As a freshman in 2011, Menges started all 24 games and helped lead the team to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. She was an All-BIG EAST Rookie selection that season. In her four-year career, Menges started 83 of 84 games played, scored two goals and was part of defensive units that posted 40 shutouts.





Georgetown closed out the 2013 season with a 16-3-2 record, tying the school single season record for wins in a season, set last year when the Hoyas went 16-4-3. The Hoyas were selected to the play in the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years and reached the second round. The team set a school record with 58 goals scored and was ranked among the top three in the country in scoring offense.

The NWSL is an eight-team Division-I women's professional league featuring players from Canada, Mexico and the United States. Based in Chicago, the NWSL is supported by the United States Soccer Federation, Canadian Soccer Association and the Federation of Mexican Football.


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Skills and Goalkeeper training for U10-U12 Travel players. 

5-6pm @ St. Pauls

March 31, 
April 7, 21, 28, 
May 5, 12, 19

March 31, 
April 7. 21, 28, 
May 5, 19, 21


The Garden City Centennial Soccer Club was founded in 1969, the 100th anniversary of The Village of Garden City. The Club was organized to provide the youth of the community with a positive experience through playing the sport.

The Club's registration has grown each year to the point that we are now the largest independent youth recreational activity organization in the history of Garden City.

Registration in our youth programs in greater that 2,100.   
Our youth programs are open to residents of Garden City as well as any student attending a private school or school located in the village. They are designed to give everyone the ability to play and choose their level of involvement.


Click here for the 2014 Scholarship Application

Many of you may have already heard about Steve Weiland's sudden horrific illness. If you haven't, in short he was striken by a rare form of blood infection in the beginning of July. He was just recently released from the hospital after 4 months of mostly intensive care treatment. He now needs extensive rehabilitation to help him recover from the devastating affects this illness.
Steve, and his wife, the former Janet Eschmann, are both life long residents of Garden City. They reside here with their three children and I am sure you have often seen Steve and Janet on the sidelines of the soccer fields at St. Pauls or the dunk tank at the Spring Soccerfest. Steve is a Centennial board member and has either played or coached soccer in Garden City since he was a boy.
Alison Eschmann Teng, Steve's sister-in-law, is running in the New York City Marathon and is seeking sponsors for her run to help defray the costs of Steve's rehabilitation. 

Here is a snipit from her website:
… Steve contracted a blood infection that affected every part of his body and existence. After not knowing whether he was going to survive, he started showing signs that he was still with us. Not only did he pull through, but his personality, smile, memory and understanding of the world around him still remained. His body however did not fair as well. A once athletic and healthy man, Steve is now facing multiple challenges in his rehabilitation. He is receiving extensive treatments that are getting him stronger and stronger. During his daily routines, he continues to display ongoing perseverance and determination that is nothing less than amazing. Even on the hard days, he still manages to smile. We are grateful that he is still with us. He is a constant reminder to all of us that we are mortal and life is short. He is an inspiration to everyone who has ever known him and he is truly a phenomenal person.

The entire Centennial board urges everyone, first to keep Steve and the Weiland family in your prayers and, if possible, to make a donation by supporting Alison Teng's fundraising effort by going to Alison's web page at www.4steve.myevent.com/ and help if you can. Every little bit will help.

Congratulations to our fall Sportsmanship winners,  the Arrows, Greyhounds and the Inferno.