Soccer for Boys and Girls - Spring 2021
Registration has ended as of 5:01pm on Friday, March 26th. At this time we are not taking late registrations!
Due to Covid-19 restrictions each league is limited to 150 players. The first 150 players that sign up during the standard registration period are guaranteed team placement. Team placement is determined by the Team Sports staff. Our goal is to place students in their school or school area. Students that register for a league that is full will automatically join the waitlist and are not guaranteed team placement.
With Covid-19 restrictions and limited roster spaces, we are not able to honor special requests this season. Our goal is to place students in either their school or school area during team formation.About the Youth Soccer League ProgramKids develop their social and mental skills, physical strength, and character while learning how to play soccer. Teamwork and active participation are key components. Every child plays as there are no tryouts or cuts. Spring Soccer is open to children who are in Y5 - 8th grade in the 2020-2021 school year. Separate leagues are created for boys’ and girls’ soccer. The season will run for six weeks with practices starting the week of April 26th and games the weekend of May 1st and 2nd. Games are played on Saturday/Sunday only.We will provide a safe outdoor recreational environment where students are able to see their friends, meet new friends and learn soccer from volunteers in our community. Our most important goal this spring is we want the kids to have fun and be active safely.
Parent/Guardian safety agreement:
Before completing registration, parents/guardians will confirm that they will follow all COVID-19 safety protocols, including:
Ensuring that their child and anyone else in attendance (2 and older) wears a mask at all times while on school property.
Notifying your coach and Rec & Ed staff immediately if there is a case of COVID-19 in your child or another household member who has been at a practice or game.
Complying with spectator rules around physical distancing.
Practices and GamesEach team will practice one evening during the week, between 4:00PM and 7:00PM. Usually practices are held at one of the Ann Arbor district’s elementary schools or a neighborhood park. Practice locations are selected by the Head Coach.Practices begin the week of April 26. No team, private or public, is to practice more than one hour per week.Games begin the weekend of May 1st. Most games are scheduled on Saturdays, between 8AM and 8PM at area parks or schools. A limited number of games may be played on Sunday afternoons. You will receive a schedule of games and locations from your head coach.
FeesRegistration (until March 26th at 5:00PM)Resident $99Non-resident $109
The registration period is from March 8th at 8 am until March 26th at 5:00 pm. We will not have a late registration period.Any special requests (including team and coach requests) will not be considered and jersey size is not guaranteed.Participants not residing within the Ann Arbor Public School District are considered non-resident and must pay the respective non-resident fee.PaymentWe accept VISA, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards. Please make all checks payable to Ann Arbor Public Schools or AAPS. Cash payments may be made in at the Rec & Ed office.ScholarshipsFor information click here or contact the Rec & Ed office at 734-994-2300.Refund PolicyFor complete information on the Rec & Ed refund policy, click here.
You can complete registration online here until the end of the registration period.
If you are unable to register online please call the front desk at 994-2300 ext 0. The front desk is open Monday-Friday from 9am to 4:30pmRegistrationIf a league reaches its maximum number of participants players will automatically be placed on a waitlist. If a spot were to open up the front desk will reach out about options
Due to Covid-19 restrictions each league is limited to 150 players. The first 150 players that sign up during the standard registration period are guaranteed team placement. Team placement is determined by the Team Sports staff. Our goal is to place students in their school or school area. Students that register for a league that is full will automatically join the waitlist and not guaranteed team placement.
Y5/Kindergarten and 1st grade teams: 8 players (4 vs 4, no goalie)
2nd-8th grade teams: 10 players (5 vs 5, goalie)
Players will be notified of their team assignment via email or phone from the head coach. Players who have not heard from a coach should contact either Elyse at email@example.com or Willie at firstname.lastname@example.org via email.
Participants are assigned to school teams based on their public school attendance areas. Rec & Ed has full control of which students will be placed on teams.If two teams are formed for the same grade from the same school, coaches and Rec & Ed staff will assign players to teams in accordance with departmental guidelines to ensure equally-balanced teams.Special RequestsDue to Covid-19 restrictions and limited roster spaces we can not allow special requests this season. Our goal is to place students in either their school or school area during team formation.You may indicate when you register if you want your child to "play up" a grade.Charter, Parochial, Private, and Out-of-District Public SchoolsCharter, parochial, private, and out-of-district public school teams can be formed if all grade requirements standards are satisfied and registration deadlines met. Registration must be open for all students that attend these schools. We require a minimum of seven players be registered for a team to be formed.
CoachesTeams are coached and assisted by volunteers, many of whom are parents. Coaches and team parents are always needed! If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the volunteer question when registering online or the Adult Volunteer section of the registration form.
UniformsParticipants receive a team t-shirt which must be worn at all games. Players must wear shinguards under their socks. Shorts, athletic shoes, and socks are standard team uniforms. Indicate your child’s t-shirt size when you register. During games and practices, all jewelry, such as rings, watches, bracelets (including friendship), earrings of any kind (including starters), chains or necklaces are illegal. Any player who fails to remove his or her jewelry may not participate until it is removed.Questions? Please contact: Elyse at email@example.comAdditional Resources & Helpful Links