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Update from TRFSA concerning the Covid-19 and 2020 soccer season:

The TRFSA soccer board wanted to reach out to all of our soccer players and families to update you on the 2020 soccer season status. We are meeting weekly to discuss our options for the upcoming season and diligently working behind the scenes to support our program.

With the governor extending the Stay-At-Home order and MYSA's official Return-To-Play date is June 1st, we are looking at a tentative start date of June 1st, assuming orders are not extended and group gatherings are allowed at that time. However, the Northland MECC complex is closed to play or practice on any of its facilities for the 2020 summer. Additionally, Franklin Middle School is not accepting registrations for any of its facilities (indoor or outdoor) until the governor allows group gatherings. This puts us in a tough position since we rely on these facilities to practice and play at.

The board will meet again May 18th to review the governor's orders. We hope to have a better idea of what the 2020 soccer season will be at that time.

We thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.
TRFSA Soccer Board

When does registration start?

Soccer registration opens mid-January.

Early bird registration for ALL teams begins mid-January and ends February 29th. Players who register before then will receive 10% off their registration fee using code "Earlybird2020".

Minikicks/Rec Teams: Regular registration for begins March 1st and ends May 15th.

U10 and up (Travel Teams): Regular registration for begins March 1st and ends May 15th for Travel teams.

How do I register my player?

Registration is done online through our website. Visit the REGISTER page to begin.

You must create an account in order to register. We also will hold a registration night where parents can come to ask questions or register and pay in person, you are not required to attend registration nights. Once registration begins you will be able to click the register button next to the listed league, answer the questions, and complete the process. You can register all your players at once and pay online. If you need to pay offline, please attend the registration night or contact us.

If you already have an account please sign-in and make sure your profile information is up to date.

What age group is my player?

Your player's age is determined by subtracting their birth year from the current season year. For example, for the summer of 2017 if your player was born in 2010 they will be on a 7-8 year old recreational team (2017-2010). For a detailed table of which ages are for which grouping view the birth chart on the MYSA website.

Minikicks are ages 3- 4 years old (must be potty trained).

Recreational league are ages 5-8. The players are split into two divisions (5-6 year olds and 7-8 year olds), then into teams. They will scrimmage teams that are the same age.

Travel leagues are 9 years and up. 9-10 year olds are U10 team(s), depending on numbers. Our 11+ year olds are placed onto a team depending on numbers and ages of registered players. All travel leagues play competitively against other surrounding area teams.

My player is a recreational/minikick player, what do they need?

Players in minikicks and the recreational leagues will need a SIZE 3 BALL, shinguards, athletic shoes (soccer cleats not required but do add more grip), and a water bottle. They will be provided with a team shirt to wear for practices.

My player is a travel player, what do they need?

Players on the 9-12 year old teams will need a SIZE 4 BALL, a jersey, shinguards, soccer cleats, and a water bottle.

Players on the 13 and above teams will need a SIZE 5 BALL, a jersey, shinguards, soccer cleats, and a water bottle.

When does practice start?

All dates are weather permitting and subject to change.

Travel Teams begin (U10 and older) the week of April 27th. Some travel teams will begin earlier (coaches discretion, they will reach out to you).

U6 and U8 Teams begin the week of May 11th.

Minikicks begin the first Wednesday of June.

How much does it cost?

Cost varies based on age group. The 2020 the fees are as follows:

     Minikicks (3-4 year olds): $50

     Recreational (5-8 year olds): $80

     Travel for 9-10 year olds: $110

     Travel for 11-18 year olds: $135

We do have a family cap of $270. Let us know when you have over the family max, and we will reduce your fees.

Coaches and board member receive one free registration for the season, if you are interested in becoming a coach or a board member, please contact a board member listed on the TRFSA page.

How do I know who what team my player is on?

Log in to the website and click "Dashboard." The coach will be listed for each registered player.

How do I know who the coach is?

Log in to the website and click "Dashboard." The coach will be listed for each registered player.

When will I get the schedule?

Recreational schedules will be available online by the first practice. Coaches are responsible for handing out practice schedules.

Travel schedules will be listed online as the schedules are finalized. Coaches are responsible for handing out practice schedules.

What happens if practice or games are cancelled due to weather?

Weather in our area inevitable impacts soccer in our area. Coaches are responsible for cancelling practice due to weather. In the event weather may impact practice and/or games, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR COACH. We will try to post weather-related updates to our Facebook page as soon as possible, but we often don't know if there's practice/games until the coaches have reached out to us.

Soccer players should dress for the weather: some days we have beautiful weather to play in. Some days we have cold, rainy weather and others very hot and humid. Always dress appropriately for practice/games and have an adequate water supply with for both games and practices.

I'm interested in coaching soccer. Who should I contact?

We're always happy to have people interested in coaching (please see our COACHES page). If you are interested in becoming a coach, please email the Coaching Director Rob Russillo (

Coaches receive one free player registration.

I'm interested in being a referee. Who should I contact?

We have to have referees in order to host home games. Details about becoming a referee are posted on the REFEREES page.

Referees are a paid position. If you are interested in becoming a referee, please email or any TRFSA board member.

My player can no longer play, can I get a refund?

Refunds of player fees are available. The amount of the refund will depend on the time and the league that the player is in.

Recreational Refund Policy

player that withdraws before the first practice is eligible for a 100% refund of player fees. Once practices have started, a player that withdraws will not receive a refund unless they are injured or leave due to extenuating circumstances. A player that is injured prior to mid-season or can no longer play due to extenuating circumstances (moved, illness, etc.) is eligible for a 50% refund of fees.

Travel Refund Policy

A player that withdraws by April 30th is eligible for a 100% refund of the fees. A player that withdraws after April 30th but before the first game will receive a refund of 80%. Once the season has started a player that withdraws will not receive a refund unless due to injury or unforeseen circumstances. For cases of injury or unforeseen circumstances, if a player can no longer play prior to mid-season they will receive a 50% refund of fees.

Family Cap Adjustments

If you exceed the family cap price and need a refund/adjustment please email Chris Ellison ( and Ester Hanson ( for assistance.

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