Soccer Leagues

With leagues ranging from U8 to over 40, from competitive to recreational, we strive to offer affordable soccer to anyone who comes in our door. Our leagues consist of seven 50-minute matches with a USSF certified referee. The top two teams in each division qualify for a championship game.

Session 1 – November 1, 2021  –  December 23, 2021

Session 2 – December – February

Session 3 – February – April

The Arena opens again in November 2021!

How to Register

Team

Round up your friends and make your own team! This is the way most people sign up. Once the team leaders or coach registers the team, they can follow the link and assign players to the team. A $100 deposit is due on registration and team leaders can assign each player a portion of the registration fee if they choose. Each player will get an email to register, pay, and sign a waiver.

 

Individual

Just want to play but don’t have a team? No worries. Choose the league that’s best for you and sign up as an individual player. Depending on how many individual players we have sign up, we’ll either form a House team or help you find a team to play on.

 

You’ll want to know

Shoes

Indoor soccer shoes are best for our facility (sometimes called, “flats”). We do NOT allow cleats, as they’re unsafe and can damage the turf. Shin guards are required for all youth players and strongly recommended for adult players.

Uniforms

Team uniforms or jerseys are not required. Some teams like to find local businesses to sponsor team shirts, but many others just wear matching shirts that they already own.  We’ve also got pinnies in the arena, if you need them. We recommend that all teams just bring a light and dark shirt to each game. There are no extra points for looking good.

Practices

Practice times are available for teams who want to rent out the fields. Most teams don’t run indoor practices, so your only commitment is your once-a-week game.

Be Kind

We want to provide a supportive, welcoming experience for players and referees of all skill levels. We expect you and your fans to be kind to players on both teams and to always respect the ref. Let’s all work to keep the game in perspective – it’s a game.

House  Rules

There are rules specific to indoor soccer that you might not be aware of, along with rules specific to Allsport.  We have tried to create a fun foundation for play, and also ensure that the game and fans stay kind.