Spring Soccer was started by the late SYSA President and Queen Anne Club member Neil Callahan in 2002. The idea was to give kids a chance to play some fun soccer in the offseason and improve their skills by getting more touches on the ball. Spring Soccer is not about winning or losing, standings or scores.

Please take Neil's vision for Spring Soccer to heart and just let the kids play and enjoy the game in a fun, safe, creative way. 




For spring 2021, player registration is required for all players who did NOT participate with a team in an SYSA club in Fall 2020.  All players will need to complete 'new player' registration before they can be added to their team's roster for the spring season.  The fee is $40.

This year, due to the pandemic, SYSA will not be able to place any new players who do not have an existing team to play on.  Coaches & teams will need to identify players in their community to be added to the team should they need additional players for spring soccer.

Players ages U6-U8 who do not have an existing team to rejoin for spring soccer will be able to register for SYSA's 'skills & games' clinics. The Spring Skills & Games Academy is a 6-week skill introduction and development program.  For more information, click on the Programs tab at the top of the page and read more about our spring skills programs.


As in prior years, coaches are responsible for signing up their teams for SYSA Spring Soccer. Click the link below to register your team.


Division Age Team Fee Deadline Fee After Deadline
U6/U7 5-6 $325 NA NA
U8 7 $375 NA NA
U9/U10 8-9 $400 NA NA
U11+ 10 and up $450 NA NA

Late registration fee for Spring 2021 is $100

Queen Anne Soccer Club believes everyone should have the opportunity to play Soccer. Scholarships are available through the Queen Anne Soccer Club Scholarship Fund. Email us at to request a scholarship.


  1. We will strictly adhere to policies of USYSA, rules of SYSA, and Queen Anne Soccer Club regulations (see below).
  2. Returning players will stay on their existing teams unless it is necessary for the club to transfer players to satisfy our mission of providing an opportunity for all players to have a team. Any other change is at the sole discretion of the Registrar.
  3. New players do not select their team.
  4. Coaches do not select players for their team, with the exception that a head coach and one assistant may choose to coach together and have their own kids on the team.
  5. Players registering before the deadline have priority for placement on a full team over late registrants, even if the former is a new player and the latter is a returning player.
  6. In forming new teams (i.e., U11) or merging teams (i.e., three U10 teams becoming two U11 teams) talent will be distributed evenly if an accurate assessment of talent is available from impartial observers. Otherwise players will be randomly allocated.
  7. Disputes will be resolved by the Registrar, President and Commissioner.

(16) “recreational league” means an intra-club league in which—
(A) the use of tryouts, invitations, recruiting, or any similar process to roster players to any team on the basis of talent or ability is prohibited;
(B) the club administering the league accepts as participants in the league any eligible youths (subject to reasonable term s on registration);
(C) a system of rostering players is used to establish a fair or balanced distribution of playing talent among all teams participating; and
(D) league rules require that each player must play at least one-half of each game except for reasons of injury, illness, or discipline.

3.3.7 No member club shall field a team selected by tryouts or other ability-based selection process for competition in any SYSA league or tournament competition. Such teams may participate in District or State level competitions.


Rosters are created randomly with teams representing a mix of players from various schools. Some U6 teams will be co-ed. U7 teams are single gender and will be mixed up from the previous fall. A coach and one assistant coach can opt to work together and have their children assigned to the team together. Both coaches must complete the Coach/Admin registration through the QA registration portal.

For SYSA Spring Soccer, coaches are allowed to form their own team. Because this does not reflect recreational team formation, players who have joined a team for Spring Soccer are not guaranteed a spot on that team for fall season. Spring rosters have no bearing with fall assignments. New players to the club are assigned randomly.

We can not form teams based on carpool requests. For U6-U9 ages, practices for all teams by age bracket will be at the same time and location, so families are able to carpool even if their players are not on the same team.




*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.