Player Information

Age should be between 4 and 18 as of October 1st, 2020


      Playing Seasons*

      • Spring Session

        Spring Session

        The spring season runs from early April to mid June. We emphasize the spring season is just for fun, as there are no standings for any age level. Approximately 500 (!) boys participate in our spring program. The boys will play approximately 8-12 games depending on age level and availability of the fields. Game times vary, however, the younger boys typically play Saturday or Sunday. The older boys can play on one or more days including Saturday, Sunday and some evenings. Parents will receive a schedule of games once registration is complete and the teams have been assigned. At the end of the season we've had a wonderful picnic for the boys. We anticipate having another picnic this year upon completion of the season.

        Price $85.00

      • Fall Session

        Fall Session

        The fall season begins in early September. The season runs from September to early to mid-November. HTRSA is a recreational soccer league, however, for the older boys, we have standings and at the end-of-season party those teams are recognized for their achievements. After the regular season is complete, the older age levels usually have playoffs. Dependent upon age level, the Fall program includes 10-15 games. HTRSA also hosts a picture day to keep those treasured memories, trophies, and an end-of-season party. Games times vary like the spring, with the younger boys playing Saturday, Sunday or both. The older boys can play on one or more days during the week, Saturday, Sunday, etc.

        Price $85.00

      All Participants must participate in HTRSA fund raising.  

      You have two options.

      We are currently getting the necessary state licensing for Raffles and cannot sell tickets until that is finish.  For now, we can only offer the buy-out option.  When the licensing is finished, we will be able to sell the tickets and offer an upgrade option to those who which to purchase them at that time.  Thank you for understanding.

      Either purchase the Raffle tickets for $50 and receive 10 x $5.00 tickets. You can either sell them to family/friends or keep them. Deposit the stubs at HTRSA and you are in the drawing in October. Three prizes are awarded:  $1000, $600, and $300!

      No time for tickets?  The other option is to "Buy Out" for $45.  You will not receive any tickets and not be able to participate in the drawing.

      $45.00
      $48.59

      Room moms, PTA members, scout leaders, High School booster clubs, after-prom committee's, and the HTRSA just to mention a few... What do we all have in common? Volunteers! Did you realize that during every stage of your child's life, volunteers have been a part in shaping it? Be an unsung hero in your child's life by volunteering.

      We are a completely volunteer, non-profit 501c3 charitable organization doing our best for all of the children! We are looking for like-minded individuals to further enhance and benefit this program for the kids. No experience is required, just a great positive attitude for the kids.

      We always need caring volunteers in the following areas:


      Player Requests

      We want your child’s' experience to be a positive one and we will try to match up players with the buddies.

      • Requests must be mutually made by both participants.
      • Children must be in the same division/age bracket to be placed together.
      • Only one request per player can be made.
      • Requests for COACHES will NOT be honoured.

      If a Commissioner creates their Division by a Coaches Draft, all requests become null and void!

      We will do our best, however, we expect everyone to understand that every request cannot be honoured. Requests that come in after the teams have been formed will not be accepted, and those players would have to go to a team that is in most need of players. We do not refund based on not getting a particular team assignment.


      Terms to read and accept

      I release, discharge and/or otherwise indemnify and hold harmless the H.T.R.S.A., its affiliated organizations, sponsors, employees, agents, members, officers, coaches, and associated personnel, including the owners of fields and facilities utilized for the Programs and/or being transported to or from the same, which transportation I hereby authorize.
      The risk of injury and illness from the activities involved in the Programs is significant, including (without limitation) the potential for injury or illness in particular and not by way of limitation, risks of exposure, directly or indirectly, arising out of, contributed to or by, or resulting from any infectious or communicable disease, including (without limitation) the current or any future outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and/or any mutation or variation thereof and while particular skills, equipment and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious injury or illness does exist. I knowingly and freely, for myself and on behalf of my child, assume all such risks, both known and unknown, even if arising from the negligence of the Releasees or others, and assume full responsibility for my and my child’s participation in the Programs.
      I do hereby represent that my son is physically fit, healthy and able to participate in the soccer program.
      We agree to abide by HTRSA’s Code of Conduct (available on HTRSA website) for Players, Parents, and Coaches, if applicable. The current Code of Conduct is
      available at http://conductcode.htrsa.com.
      I agree to immediately notify the soccer league if my son's health status changes prior to or during the soccer season, rendering him unable or unfit to participate in the game of soccer.
      Players, Parents, Coaches, Division Commissioners and Officials must work together to promote sportsmanship and safety. The success of HTRSA is NOT determined by a single game, the final standings or the end of season win/loss record. The success is built on positive instruction, teaching proper fundamentals and maintaining sportsmanship through fun competition. This will provide a foundation our children can take with them for the rest of their lifetime.
      Any general member (parent or coach) not meeting their volunteer requirement as deemed by the Executive Board may result in fines and / or member suspension for both Adult and youth member.


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