SPRING SOCCER '23 PRESENTED BY SYSA

Spring Soccer was started by the late SYSA President and Queen Anne Club member Neil Callahan in 2002 to give kids a chance to play some fun soccer in the off-season and improve their skills by getting more touches on the ball. Spring Soccer is not about winning or losing, standings or scores—it's about kids playing and enjoying the game in a fun, safe, and creative way!

HOW TO REGISTER

If your player was part of an SCQA team in the fall, reach out to your coach to participate. If your player didn't play in the fall, they will need to register as new player.

Team Registration
OPEN - Jan 11th
CLOSES - Feb 22nd

New Player Registration
OPEN - Feb 1st

Season Begins - Sunday, April 2nd
Season Ends - Sunday, June 18th

For team schedules, please visit the SYSA Spring Soccer site.

 

SCQA SHOP

FALL 2022 FEES

Program Division Age Fee Deadline
Lil' Royals U6/U7 5-6 $145 September 1
Mod Intraleague U8/U9 7-8 $175 August 1
Association U10+ 9+ $200 July 9

REGISTER TO COACH OR VOLUNTEER – OPEN ALL YEAR

BE PART OF QUEEN ANNE'S SOCCER COMMUNITY

REGISTRATION POLICIES

FAQ ON TEAM FORMATION AND REGISTRATION POLICIES

 


†SCQA provides online registration. There is no paper registration.
You need to provide a copy of your Birth Certificate or Passport in order to play (only needed during your initial player registration). Please upload a scanned copy or photo of your player’s birth certificate to your member account.
You can indicate special requests in the note section. Special requests are not guaranteed.
If you are a returning player U8 and above and register on time you will be assigned to the same team. If you register late or are new to our club, player assignments will be based on your registration date.
Check out our NEW PLAYERS for more information on these programs and age designations.

‡Anyone volunteering to coach, assist or manage a team will need to Register with Washington Youth Soccer (WYS) to have a required national background check completed before you get assigned to the team (After July 1st).
NEW Federal Law now requires All volunteers to complete Heads Up! Concussions Training, Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness, and Safe Sport training. We must comply with WYS and USYSA. All training sessions are online and can be done at your convenience from a computer or mobile device. The Concussion and Cardiac Arrest training are relatively short sessions, while the Safe Sports training is a little more involved; it consists of three (3) 30 min modules. Don’t let this stop you! Register to Volunteer; it’s fun and makes a difference.