Pictures scheduled for Saturday October 2, 2015 are rescheduled for October 17,2015

Kevin Reagan
Kevin Reagan Kevin Reagan, a long time friend and first General Director of the Levittown Soccer Club passed away on 19 October 2015 from a brief illness. Mr. Reagan and his family have been involved with the club since the late-70's when he coached a travel team and could be found weekends at Gardiners Avenue watching his children compete. He proudly attended every Opening Day Ceremony - never missing a year. The early years he marched with his team in every parade up Hempstead Turnpike. Mr. Reagan will be missed by the friends he has left behind.

Friends may call Thursday and Friday 2-5 and 7-9 PM at the Thomas F. Dalton Funeral Homes, Levittown Chapel, 2786 Hempstead Turnpike. Mass is scheduled for Saturday 9:30 AM at St. Bernard's. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Bernard Parish Ministry, in his memory would be appreciated.

Levittown Lions Raise Awareness for Childhood Cancer
Lions Raise Awareness for Childhood Cancer In the month of September the GU9 Levittown Lions put their spin on a familiar idea and changed Goal Bucks to GOLD Bucks. The purpose of this campaign was to raise awareness and funds for Childhood Cancer. The girls wore gold socks for the month of September and the team collected money for every goal they scored. Through their efforts the Lions raised $170 dollars and will be donating the money to two organizations. The first is the Nicholas Pedone Foundation. Nicholas was a 7 year old boy who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma and sadly lost his battle with the disease. The other foundation is the Christina Renna Foundation. The purpose of this foundation is to raise money for childhood cancer research.

Congratulations to the Lions on a wonderful job. Your LSC family is very proud of all of you.

Share your photos
Do you have a team portrait or photos of your favorite Levittown Soccer Club player in action? Share them with us. Post your LSC pics on our Facebook page and share them with our members.


The "Zero Tolerance" policy regarding youth referee abuse is now in effect. Please read the full document. Use common sense and tolerance toward our children who are learning the game as novice referees.


Opportunities for youth to earn community service hours for school, sports, fraternal, and other programs are available from the Levittown Soccer Club, a non-profit organization. Help is needed for social events, soccer field setups, the Soccer Stars program, and many other worthy events. Contact Jim for more information.