Our Fall Recreational Program is a community based non-coed program for boys and girls in PreK through High School players. There are over 2400 recreational soccer players organized into grade level teams.
The PreK, Kindergarten and High School divisions run from September 28 until the weekend before Thanksgiving. All other divisions run from September to December 14, with a break for Thanksgiving.
Player applications to participate are accepted from May to August 15 with team formation beginning late-August. After August 15, the 'wait list period' begins from which players are placed on teams on a first come, first served basis to fill openings as they become available. We consistently place hundreds of players from the Wait List so do not hesitate to sign up. Any wait list players who are not placed will receive full refunds.
Games are played on Saturdays between 8:00am and 5:00pm on City of Scottsdale fields:
Registration & Pricing
Early registration must be completed by June 30. Regular registration continues through August 15, with a wait list created after August 15. Any registrations received August 16 through September 30 are placed on a wait list and players will be placed on a team on a first-come, first-served basis as openings are available.
|Registration Period||Dates||PreK & Kindergarteners||1st graders & older|
|Early Registration||Through June 30th||$70.00||$80.00|
|Regular Registration||July 1st Through August 15th||$85.00||$95.00|
|Wait List Period||August 16th Through September 30th||$125.00||$135.00|
Can I help?
As a volunteer-based organization we are always in need of coaches! As you register your player, please consider signing up to coach. Soccer is a relatively simple game to coach for teams of this age and we provide numerous resources to help our volunteer coaches.
We need your help to provide this great experience for our young soccer players. Thank you to all past, present and future coaches who volunteer their valuable time to the kids!
PLEASE NOTE: Our Recreational and Competitive Soccer Programs are intended to be mutually exclusive: Competitive Program players play for the Competitive Program and cannot also register for the Recreational Program. Likewise, Recreational Program players cannot also register and play for the Competitive Program.