|+ ||2016 Spring Season|
Online registration is OPEN! The season will start around February 25th. Fees will be $60 for first team per player and $40 for each additional team per player.
D6 is restricted to men over 30 and women of any age. Players on teams in higher divisions will not be eligible to play on a secondary team in D6.
Registration will close March 20th. So if you don't get signed up then you can't play NO EXCEPTIONS!!
|+ ||No more teams for D4 and D5|
We have reached our team limit for these divisions. If you want to form a new 7-man team for this season, it will have to be in D2, D3 or D6 (see restrictions for D6).
|+ ||11-Man Soccer|
This season we are going to try something new - we are going to shorten the halves for the 11-man games. Each half will now be 35 minutes long. We are looking to see if we can spark some more interest in 11-man and get more teams to sign up. Hopefully this helps.
|+ ||Team Placement & League Behavior|
Please be aware that we as a league are going to start monitoring teams a little more closely this season. If your team dominated the division they played in previous season, then we ask that you move up a level. Not playing in the correct division can cause teams to start playing wild and dirty. This then causes for players to get into confrontations and fights with both the other team and the refs. This is unacceptable behavior and will not be tolerated. If we see teams running up scores or playing in the incorrect division, we will move you up with out question.
|+ ||Trash issues|
Action needed to be taken due to the amount of trash left on fields by players and spectators. Referees and officials will note trash remaining after games or game sets, excessive trash will be rewarded with an executive yellow card given to the captains of teams that were involved or played on that field that day. While this is not entirely equitable, it is the only method to curtail the trash residue through involvement of all teams. If this is not curbed, then prices for all have to go up to compensate for the increased cost of trash pickup.