Spring League Registration - Registration Extended for 14u & 18u until March 5, all others are waitlist only
Registration ended on February 21, 2021. You may register in person at the Parks and Recreation Office or online. Office hours are 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration forms will be available in the office. After the registration deadline, anyone interested may sign up for the waitlist online only and will be assigned to teams on an as-needed basis.
March to June
Those who are ages 5-18 may participate in the league. Participants who are currently in grades 9 to 12 and are in the process of trying out for a school soccer team are encouraged to register. Refunds will be given to those participants who make the school sports team.
Age Grouped Leagues (ages 5-18)
Age grouped leagues are all coed and organized as follows: 6 and Under (6U), 8 and Under (8U), 10 and Under (10U), 12 and Under (12U), 14 and Under (14U), and 18 and Under (18U). Players will be assigned to a league based on their age as of September 30, 2020. This is the same date the schools use to determine “school age.”
Example: Even though a child may have turned 11 years old on October 1, their league age for spring soccer would be 10 years old, since that was their age this past September 30th. As a result, they would register to play in the 10U Spring Youth Soccer League.
Note: Children with a league age of 5-years old may be registered in either the 6U Spring Soccer League OR the “Start Smart” Instructional Program described below.
Player Evaluations (14u & 18u)
Each player must attend the player evaluation for their age group. All evaluations will be conducted at the McReynolds Athletic Complex (MAC).
14u - March 13
18u - March 13
9 am - 13-year-olds
12 pm - 15 & 16-year-olds
10:30 am - 14-year-olds
1:30 pm - 17 & 18-year-olds
Residents - The fees are $55 for the first child; $50 for each additional child per family, York County Residents only.
Non-County Residents - Non-county residents are $90 for all non-county residents.
Fee Waived - Fees are waived for York County families falling within the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP - Federal Food Stamp) eligibility limits. Proof of eligibility along with proper ID is required for registration in person at the Parks and Recreation office. This waiver is available for York County residents only.
No Special Requests
All participants must provide their own shin guards and wear them to all practices and games. Shoes with molded soles are recommended but sneakers are acceptable. Shoes that have detachable, metal, or full-sized toe cleats are prohibited. All jewelry is prohibited. Jerseys are provided for ages 6U and above and must be worn for all games. NO shorts/pants with zippers or pockets allowed at practices and games.
Start Smart (Instructional Class)
This coed program is for children ages 3-5. Parents are encouraged to participate with their children in learning the fundamentals of soccer. Classes meet for one hour on Saturday for six (6) weeks. There is a maximum of 15 kids per class (2 classes, 2 sites). Jerseys are NOT provided. Participants must provide their own shin guards and wear them to all practices.
Tuesday, March 9 - (14u & 18u) and Thursday, March 11 - (6u through 12u).
Any parent who coaches, their child will be automatically placed on their team within the age restrictions. Please complete the volunteer application as well as the background check online.