Get Ready to Yell Gooooal! 

Y youth sports encourage and promote healthy kids, families, and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition rather than rivalry, the value of participation over winning, team-building as well as individual development, a positive self-image, and a sense of fair play and mutual respect for others.

Families are encouraged to be more than mere spectators, by contributing their time as volunteer coaches—as well as being their kid’s greatest fan.

Key Information & Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I register?

You can register online via the links above, over the phone by calling (206) 382-5022, or at your local Y.

When does registration open?

Registration opens seasonally. To learn more about registration, including answers to frequently asked questions, please visit our program registration website

Summer: For programs that start between July 3–August 27, 2023 registration opens at 6:00 am on:

  • April 15 for Y members
  • April 22 for Community members

Fall One: For programs that start between September 5–October 29, 2023, registration opens  at 6:00 am:

  • June 15 for Y members
  • June 22 for Community members

Fall Two: For programs that start between October 30–December 24, 2023 registration opens at 6:00 am on:

  • August 15 for Y members
  • August 22 for Community members
I cannot afford the full cost of the program. Is financial assistance available?

Yes! The Y is committed to ensuring all families have access to quality and enriching youth programs. If the fee for this program presents a challenge for your family, financial assistance is available.

For Y members, your program scholarship is already attached to your Y account and available upon registration. For community members, please drop by your local Y or call us at (206) 382-5022 to learn more. 

Do Y members receive a discount on youth sports programs or leagues?

Yes! To see your Y member discount, please click the register button for your chosen program or league and click the activity to see pricing for both Y members and community.

What are your current policies and procedures related to Covid-19?

You and your child(ren)'s safety is our highest priority. We understand Covid-19 safety protocols change frequently, and it can cause confusion. As new guidance emerges and the science develops, we continuously seek ways to minimize risk to the community. We appreciate our staff and members’ flexibility and willingness to shift as we seek an end to the pandemic.

Our mask and vaccine policy is based on local, state, and federal regulations plus best practices for similar industries across the country.  

Our staff are trained to follow all safety protocols and cleaning procedures, including thoroughly sanitizing touchpoints between groups or programs. 

What will my child need to play?

Your player must wear shin guards during all practices and games. Indoor soccer shoes or athletic shoes should be worn, no soccer cleats. 

What should my child wear and bring for indoor soccer?

Your child should wear comfortable clothes, shin guards, and closed toe shoes (preferably athletic shoes). Your child should also bring a non-glass water bottle. No soccer cleats as this program is indoors on the gym floor.

Does my child need to be potty trained?

Yes, all participants must be potty trained.

What is your refund policy?

Please review our cancellation and refund policies here.

If internet registration is closed, can I still sign up for this program?

There may still be space available even if internet registration is closed. Please call (206) 382-5022 or visit your local Y to inquire.

Who do I contact with questions?

Contact information for the following locations:

Key Information for Leagues 

What are the key season dates?

Spring 2023

  • Registration opens January 15 for Y members
  • Registration opens January 22 for Community members 
  • League season begins with practices the week of March 27
  • Games begin weekend of April 15-16.
  • There are no games on April 29 due to Healthy Kids Day. 
  • Season ends the weekend of June 10-11.
  • Make-up games on the weekend of June 17-18.

Fall One 2023

  • Registration opens June 15 for Y members
  • Registration opens June 22 for Community members 
  • Registration closes August 27
  • League season begins with practices the week of September 11
  • Games begin weekend of September 20
  • Season ends the weekend of November 4 
  • Make-up games on the weekend of November 11
When will my child practice?

For the fall 2023 season, you will be informed of your practice day and time during the week of August 28.

What if I don't get information about practice times by the indicated date?

For the fall 2023 season, you will be informed of your practice day and time during the week of August 28. If by September 5 you have not been contacted, please reach out to your local Y.

Where are games and practices?
  • Practices will be held at your local Y facility or a nearby field.
  • Games will be held at your local Y facility, a nearby field, or other Ys in the region.
How often will my child practice?

Teams will practice once per week for 45 minutes.

When will we receive a game schedule?

Game schedules will be released during the first week of practices.

Who will be the coach?

Our teams are led by volunteer coaches. 

How do we apply to be a volunteer coach?

We are looking for volunteer coaches to lead our teams. Please visit this link to sign up or contact your local Y.

Can I request to be on a team with a buddy?

Yes, we will do our best to honor requests but can not guarantee them. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to request ONE buddy. Your buddy must also request you on their registration.

How are teams formed?

Teams are formed based on grade, school, and buddy requests.

When will we receive a uniform?

Uniforms will be distributed before the first game.

What will my child need?

Your player must wear shin guards during all practices and games. Indoor Soccer shoes or athletic shoes should be worn, no soccer cleats.

What happens when games are postponed or canceled due to bad weather and/or power outages?

If a game has been played more than 50%, that game is considered final. If an entire game is canceled, we try to reschedule for a future weekend or weeknight. Because weather is out of our control, sometimes games cannot be rescheduled, but we will do our best.


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