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Registration is open now!

Last Day to register is December 8, 2019
Season starts on December 13, 2019

About The League


Who can play

All players born in 2006 to 2016. 

Age Groups

2016 – 2014

2013 – 2012

2011 – 2010

2009 – 2008

2007 – 2006   

Number of players per team

3 players per team on the field.  Each team will have a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 players on the roster 


Competitive and Recreational brackets. 

Teams will be placed into divisions based upon age, gender and playing experience. Teams that span more than one age group will be placed into the division of the oldest player on the team.  

Season dates

December 13, 2019 –  January 24, 2020 

Bye week: December 27,  2019 

Game days

Friday Nights.  Each team plays two games per night.  Minimum of 10 games per season.

Field sizes

Birth years (2016-2014) -  20' x 30'

All others - 30’ X 40' 


Team must wear same color jersey. 


$125.00 per player. 

How To Join


If You Are A Coach And Forming a Team

  1. Download and complete the Roster Form below.
  2. Email it to
  3. Advise all team players to register individually using the link on this page.
  4. Our office staff will assign the registered players to your team and contact you via email.

If You Are A Player With A Coach and Team

Register individually using the link on this page.  Our office staff will assign you to your team.

If You Are A Player That Is Looking To Join A Team

Register individually using the link on this page.  Our office staff will assign you to a team that matches your age and gender.

About The Games


The Goal Box

The goal box, eight feet wide by five feet long, is directly in front of the goal. There is no ball contact allowed within the goal box, however, any player may pass through the goal box. If the ball comes to rest in the goal box, a goal kick is awarded regardless of who touched the ball last. Any part of the ball or player's body on the line is considered in the goal box and is an extension of such. Once the ball has broken the plane of the goal box, if the ball is touched by the defensive team, a goal will be awarded. If the offensive player touches after the ball has broken the plane, a goal kick will be awarded. The plane of the goal box extends upward.  

Game Duration

The game shall consist of two 12minute halves separated by a two-minute halftime period OR the first team to reach 12 goals, whichever comes first. 

No Offsides in 3v3 Soccer!

No Slide Tackling

Players must stay upright and "on their feet" and may not make contact with an opposing player. 

Kick Off

May be taken in any direction.   

Goal Scoring

A goal may only be scored from a touch (offensive or defensive) within a team's offensive half of the field (Ball must be completely on the offensive half of the field: Can not be touching the midline). If a player in their defensive end kicks the ball across midline and the ball hits another player (offensive or defensive) and the ball goes in the goal, a goal will be awarded.  

Kick Ins

The ball shall be kicked into play from the sideline instead of thrown in. The ball is considered in play when the ball is touched with a foot and moves one full rotation.  

Indirect Kicks

All deadball kicks ("kickins", free kicks, kickoffs) are indirect with the exception of corner/penalty kicks.  

Goal Kicks

 May be taken from any point on the endline.  

Penalty Kicks

Shall be awarded if, in the referee's opinion, a scoring opportunity was nullified by an infraction (the infraction does not automatically result in a red card). It is a direct kick taken from the center of the midfield line with all players behind the midfield line and the player taking the kick. This is a "deadball" kick. If a goal is not scored, the defense obtains possession with a goal kick.  

Hand Ball Clarification

Deliberate handling of the ball that denies the opposing team a goal or an obvious goalscoring opportunity will result in the following: a penalty kick will be awarded &the player committing the foul will be sent off and shown a red card (atreferee's discretion).  

Five Yard Rule

In all deadball situations, defending players must stand at least five yards away from the ball. If the defensive player's goal is closer than five yards, the ball shall be played five yards from the goal box, in line with the place of the penalty.  


Substitutions may be made at any deadball situation, regardless of possession. Teams must get the referee's attention and players are to enter and exit at midfield


Kickoff: Is indirect and may be played in any direction. A goal cannot be scored directly from a kickoff or a touch as the ball must be completely across the mid line.