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Navarre Youth Sports Association


Registration for Fall Rec Soccer: July 1 - August 23.  
Practices begin week of: Sept 2-13
Season starts: Sept 14
Season Ends: Nov 16
There will be 9 games plus all-star week/game.

Please email [email protected] with any questions or concerns.


When registering please confirm your child is placed in the correct age group. The registration page has been updated with the correct dates. Your child should be placed in the age group according to the following: (Season End Year - Birth Year = Age Group).

Example for a child born 2/15/2007 for the Fall 2019 season:

(2019 - 2007 = U12)

This US Soccer rule took effect in 2017 and is required to be used in all leagues. If your child is registered into the incorrect age group please contact me at [email protected]

Ryan James

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration fee: 
$95 and $45 Annual NYSA Family Membership Dues

What  is included with my registration fee? 
Soccer jersey, shorts, and socks

What forms of payment do you accept for the registration fee? Credit/Debit cards when registering online. We accept Cash or Checks when registering in person. 

What other expenses may I incur? You are responsible for providing your child’s soccer cleats, shin guards, and the correct size of soccer ball.

Estimated Cost of Additional Gear
Soccer Cleats$25+
Shin Guards$10+
Soccer Ball$20+
 Additional, Optional Expenses 
 Team & Individual Photos 

When are practices? Practice days and times are entirely up to the coach your player's team is assigned.    During the coaches meeting before the season starts, each coach chooses the practice days/times that work best for them.  You should then get a call from your coach letting you know what the practice days and times are for that team.

When does the season start and end?  Spring Soccer is March through May, Fall Soccer is August through November.

What days are games?  Games are always on Saturday, mostly in the morning, but with some early afternoon games depending on the age division and how many teams we have.

Where are the games played? The games are played at the NYSA Soccer Complex.  Check out our Park Maps for directions and field maps.

Who runs the soccer program? 
We all do!  We utilize a team of wonderful parent and community volunteers to coordinate and run the Rec Soccer Program.  No one directly involved in the program (coaches, referees, commissioners, or concession stand workers) are paid for their efforts.  They have all volunteered their time to come out and make sure our program runs as smoothly as possible.  Please contact [email protected] if you are interested in learning more about volunteering and getting involved in maintaining and improving the program.

How are teams formed? Teams are randomly created with our web system.  The system considers all the players’ previous evaluation ratings and experience and balances the teams for more competitive play.  This ensures that all teams have a mix of experienced and inexperienced players at different skill levels in each age group.  

 (Note: Our system does not recognize siblings to assign them to the same team.  If you are registering players of the same gender for the same age division, please send an email to [email protected] or fill out a Special Request form in the main NYSA office if you would like for your players to be on the same team.)

How can I volunteer to coach? If you are logged into your account on, you should see a button on the left-hand side that says “volunteer”.  Follow the instructions to view the volunteer roles for soccer and fill out the registration.  There is also a mandatory background check form to fill out per Santa Rosa County requirements.

How are coaches assigned? Those parents who have volunteered to coach are assigned to their child's team, and any other community volunteers are assigned to teams without coaches.  In some cases, particularly in the older age groups, we have more volunteers than we need and usually go with our long-standing volunteers.  We almost always have a shortage of coach volunteers in the younger age groups and for our older boys’ teams.

What happens if my child is assigned to a team with no coach? We beg. You will usually receive an email letting you know that your player’s team does not have a coach and asking for volunteers among the parents.  If that doesn’t work, we put the word out on social media or ask for volunteers from the High School Soccer teams to coach.  If we are still unable to find someone, we will hold a meeting with the team’s parents to figure out what to do from there.  If no agreement can be reached, our very last resort is to issue refunds to the team. 

What will my player need for practice?
They will need a ball in the appropriate size for their age division (size 3 for U8 and under, size 4 for U10 and U12, size 5 for U16.)  They will also need soccer cleats and shin guards, and we recommend a full water bottle for all practices.

What will my player need for games? The same gear they need for practice, along with the team uniform (jersey, shorts, and socks) that we provide before the games start.

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