We are always in need of volunteers to keep the club running smoothly. We need volunteers at every level of the program – volunteer to coach, assist, manage a team, or coordinate snacks. Volunteers also help us with Community Outreach programs, Field Management, Photo Day, Club Equipment, and Registration. To volunteer, please contact us at QASoccer@gmail.com

We also have open board positions – please see our About Us page for more information.

For all field information, location and directions, please visit the Seattle Youth Soccer Association fields page.

The Club is dedicated to the development of both players and coaches. We conduct a number of informal training sessions for our coaches and provide assistance throughout the season. Please volunteer – we’ll provide you with the support you need to effectively coach your team. Register online as a coach or volunteer and our volunteer coordinator will contact you directly to talk about your specific interests.

New teams are formed with a random distribution of players and talent. New players to the club are added to team rosters based on the overall needs of the teams at their age level. Please see our Team Formation Guidelines for more information.

For Mod (U6-U9), we do allow this on rare occasions. At a coach’s recommendation and with space availability on a team, Queen Anne Soccer Club has some flexibility to allow play down requests.

For Association soccer (U10-U19), this is allowed very rarely, and only for medical conditions. The Association league is administered by Seattle Youth Soccer Association (SYSA) which governs the 14 neighborhood clubs. A request for a child to play down may be submitted to SYSA by the club and requires a letter from the parents, a supporting letter from the Queen Anne Soccer Club, and a letter from a doctor. The decision will be made by the SYSA Board of Commissioners.

Yes, playing up is generally accepted by the club. This request does not require special circumstances or a letter from the family. The club will decide team allocations.

For players U11 and older wanting a higher level of competition, we recommend taking advantage of the many Select soccer opportunities in Seattle.

Our registration system automatically organizes players by their default age group. You need to register your son as if he plays with his normal age group and indicate in the Special Requests section of the form that he played up in the previous year. If there is room, the Registrar will adjust the team assignments to ensure he is placed on a team at the requested level (based on last year’s team assignments). “Normal-age” registrations submitted before the early bird deadline have first priority for team assignments.

Yes, the Club is required to verify all player birthdates with government-issued proof of age. Once a player age is verified, the account is marked age verified, the document is deleted. You will not need to resubmit it in future seasons. If you don’t have a copy of a birth certificate, a passport or other government-issued document will be accepted.

The Queen Anne Soccer Club is committed to providing opportunities for children to play recreational soccer. Need-based scholarships are available through our Scholarship Fund. Forward a request for a scholarship via e-mail to qasoccer@gmail.com.

We’re often asked about how we spend the money we raise through registration fees and fundraisers. A budget is established each year by our Board of Directors. We use the bulk of our funds to pay for field rentals, insurance, league fees, uniforms, and equipment.