Recreational Program Overview



GENERAL INFORMATION

The SnVYSA RECREATION PROGRAM is comprised of 5 clubs - Carnation, Duvall, Fall City, North Bend and Snoqualmie. Each club has a representative that manages the club's key activities (ie: Registration, Team Formation, Coach/Volunteer Recruitment, Jamboree, etc). Throughout the year all SnVYSA Club representatives work together to align on strategic objectives and key offerings to ensure that each player has equal exposure to the SnVYSA services.

The club geographical boundaries are determined by the schools in the area. Below is representation of how the each Recreational club is defined.

Carnation Soccer Club: The geographical boundaries are defined as Carnation Elementary, Stillwater Elementary, Tolt Middle School, Hillside Academy and Cedarcrest High School.

Duvall Soccer Club: The geographical boundaries are defined as Cherry Valley Elementary, Tolt Middle School, Hillside Academy and Cedarcrest high School.

Fall City Soccer Club: The geographical boundaries defined as Fall City Elementary, Chief Kanim Middle School and Mount Si High School.

North Bend Soccer Club: The geographical boundaries defined as North Bend Elementary, Opstad Elementary, Twin Falls Middle School and Mount Si High School.

Snoqualmie Soccer Club: The geographical boundaries defined as including Snoqualmie Elementary, Cascade View Elementary, Snoqualmie Middle School and Mount Si High School.

MICRO Division (U6 - U8) runs August thru mid-October

The Micro Division introduces the game to our youngest Snoqualmie Valley players. Coaches are primarily comprised of parent volunteers. The key objective at this age division is to have each player establish a basic understanding of the game, and get as many touches on ball as possible - all through the elements of FUN! Each player is provided a reversible practice/game jersey by the Association. Games are typically played with teams within the same Club.

  • U6 and U7 teams - Teams are co-ed with a maximum of eight (8) players on the roster playing 4 v 4. For games, each team will play 4 players on the field (No goalies). Teams uses size 3 ball. Games consist of two 18 minute halves. Referees are parent or mature family member volunteers. The listed home team is responsible for providing the referee for the game. Games are scheduled twice a week (on Tues/Thurs) at 6 pm and will begin early September. Teams hold practices beginning August 1st, then once the season begins the games replace the practices. If the team has a "bye" the coach may elect to hold a practice.
  • U8 teams - Teams are gender specific with a maximum of eight (8) players on the roster. For games, each team will play 4 players on the field (No goalies). Team uses size 3 ball. Games consist of two 23 minute halves. Referees are parent or mature family member volunteers. Games are scheduled twice a week (on Mon/Wed ) at 6 pm. Teams typically hold a few practices before season starts, then once the season begins they only play games.

MOD Division (U9 - U12) runs August thru mid-November

The Mod Division means modified soccer where the instruction for each player transitions to a primary focus of player development. This will be achieved by having coaches provide instruction to players that that will improve their skills and execution technique as well as provide them continued awareness of game strategies. Games will be played on 'modified' smaller fields/smaller goals. Teams are gender specific. Each player will need to purchase a Uniform Kit (This will include a home and away jersey, a pair of shorts, and a pair of socks). Association level referees may be available to officiate games, otherwise parent volunteers will be necessary. U9/U10 games are played against other clubs within the association. U11/U12 games are played against teams in our assocition and partnering association EYSA (Eastside Youth Soccer Association). Games will start the first weekend after Labor Day and end just before Thanksgiving.

  • U9 & U10 teams: Games are played on a modified field (bigger than a micro, quarter full field, but smaller than a mod field). There is a preferred maximum of 11 players on a roster, but allowed 14, where seven players per team are on the field at a time (6 field players and one goalie). Team uses size 4 ball and plays two 25 min halves.
  • U11 & U12 teams: Games are played on a modified field (smaller dimensions than full field). There is a preferred maximum of 14 players on a roster, but allowed 16, where nine players per team are on the field at a time (8 field players and one goalie). Team uses size 4 bal and plays two 30 min halves.

*U11/U12 Teams in this division are eligible to register for the Recreational Cup which begins in October.

District Division (U13 - U19) August thru mid-November

The District Division provides continued emphasis on skills technique, game strategy and execution, exposure to competition outside of the association and overall fosters an atmosphere of love for the game while staying physically fit. Teams are gender specific, and each team is accountable to acquire their own uniforms. All games are played on a regulation size field, and state certified referees will be assigned to each match. Teams use size 5 ball. Game length will vary by age division. Teams in this division are eligible to register for the Recreational Cup which begins in October.

  • U13 & U14 teams: Maximum 18 players on a roster, 11 players per team on the field at a time. Games consist of two 35 minute halves. Saturday games are typically scheduled for all U13 (girls & boys) and for U14 girls. Sunday games are typically scheduled for U14 boys.
  • U15 & U16 teams: Maximum 18 players on a roster, 11 players per team on the field at a time. Games consist of two 40 minute halves. Saturday games are typically scheduled for U15 girls. Sunday games are typically scheduled for U15 boys and for all U16 teams (girls and boys).
  • U17+ teams: Maximum 18 players on a roster, 11 players per team on the field at a time. Games consist of two 45 minute halves. Games are typically scheduled for Sundays (girls and boys).


Age Groupings:

If you are uncertain of which age level your child will play in, please reference the chart below.

Registration:

Registration opens April 1st for Fall League. Players that miss the May 31st deadline, may contact their Club Rep to see if there is any availability to register late. There will be a $50 late fee assessed at the time of registration. For more information about registration please click HERE.


Payment & Refund Policy:

Please note that a player is not confirmed to be placed on a team until full payment has been made and applied to their registration. SnVYSA currently does not support a same family multiple player discount option.

We realize that there may be circumstances where a registered player is unable to compete during the season and may request a refund. Please click HERE for the SnVYSA refund policy to determine eligibility.

 
Field Locations
  • Big Rock (BigRock) 28518 Ne Big Rock Rd Duvall, WA 98019

  • Carmichael Park 34700 SE Sorenson St. Snoqualmie, WA 98065

  • Chief Kanim Middle School (CKMS) 32627 Se Redmond Fall City Road Fall City, WA 98024

  • Community Park at Snoqualmie Ridge 35201 SE Ridge Street Snoqualmie, WA 98065

  • Fall City Elementary 33314 SE 42nd Street Fall City, WA 98024

  • Fall City Park 4101 FC-Carnation Rd SE (St Rt 203) Fall City, WA 98024

  • Jeanne Hansen Park 34226 SE Jacobia St Snoqualmie, WA 98065

  • Mariner Field 3500 Tolt avenue Carnation, WA 98014

  • North Bend Elementary (NBE) 400 E 3rd st North Bend, WA 98045

  • Si View Park 400 SE Orchard Drive North Bend, WA 98045

  • Stillwater Elementary 11530 320th Ave NE Carnation, WA 98014

  • Swenson Park 35007 SE Swenson St. Snoqualmie, WA 98065

  • Tolt MacDonald Park (TMDP) 31020 Ne 40th St Carnation, WA 98014

  • Torguson Park 750 E North Bend Way North Bend, WA 98045

  • Valley Christian Assembly (VCA) 32725 SE 42nd Street Fall City, WA 98024


 
Rules and Regulations
Posted Jul 23, 2013

SnVYSA Recreation program follows the WYSA Rules and Guidelines.  Click HERE for more details.

 
Player Saftey

Jewelry - Just a reminder jewelry of any kind is NOT permitted to be worn during soccer practices or matches. If earrings cannot be removed, for any reason, the player cannot play. Taping of earrings is NOT an acceptable alternative to removing them.

Shinguards - are required for all practices and matches and must be completely covered by socks. If a player does not have shinguards, they do not play. No exceptions!