Spring 2018 - In Progress
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CYA's recreational program was formed in 1971 and is committed to teaching the game of soccer to kids in the Chantilly area. Our league currently offers age divisions from U5 (2013) through U19 (1999).
The recreational soccer program that is primarily devoted to the enjoyment and development of soccer players without the emphasis on travel or high level competition. The purpose of recreational soccer is to provide an opportunity for the participants to have fun, learn the sport, and develop life skills including a life long love of the game.
Fun! It is critical that players involved in youth soccer enjoy the game in which they are playing. The organization must instill a passion and enjoyment in the game, particularly how players perceive their coach(es) and interact with them. A leading reason players under 12 discontinue soccer is because they no longer enjoy the game. It has become work.
Development: A necessary element to support fun, without it training and games get stale because there is no improvement.
Spring 2018 Registration deadlines and fees are as follows:
Registrants should expect to be contacted by their assigned coaches after March 16. If you haven't heard from a coach by March 26, please contact the appropriate Age-group Coordinator (AGC). All recreational games will begin on April 7 and run through June 2, with no games on May 26 (Memorial Day weekend).
|Bantam Division Coordinator (U5-U7)||Tyson Faircloth||SoccerBantams@chantillyyouth.org|
|Junior Division Coordinator (U8-U10)||Tim Schaad||SoccerJuniors@chantillyyouth.org|
|Senior Division Coordinator (U11-U19)||Patrick Campbell||SoccerSFL@chantillyyouth.org|
Aligning with US Soccer standards, CYA recreational leagues group players by the calendar year of their birth. We will attempt to honor as many requests to "play up" as possible for any players that wish to play up to remain with classmates or existing teams. Players are not permitted to "play down" for any reason. If you are interested in playing up, please note that request when registering.
|U4 (2014)||No Program, Try Academy Instead!|
|U5 (2013)||8 Saturdays||2v2 (3 or 4 concurrent games)||None||3|
|U6 (2012)||8 Saturdays||2v2 (3 or 4 concurrent games)||1/week on a weekday if coach is able||3|
|U7 (2011)||8 Saturdays||3v3 (~3 concurrent games)||1/week on a weekday||3|
|U8 (2010)||8 Saturdays||4v4 (2 concurrent games, no goalkeepers)||2/week on weekdays||3|
|U9 (2009)||8 Saturdays||7v7 (inc goalkeepers)||2/week on weekdays||4|
|U10 (2008)||8 Saturdays||7v7 (inc goalkeepers)||2/week on weekdays||4|
|U11 (2007)||Saturday or Sunday||9v9 (inc Goalkeeper)||2/week on weekdays||4|
|U12 (2006)||Saturday or Sunday||9v9 (inc Goalkeeper)||2/week on weekdays||4|
|U13 (2005)||Saturday or Sunday||11v11||2/week on weekdays||5|
|U14 (2004)||Saturday or Sunday||11v11||2/week on weekdays||5|
|U15 (2003) - U16 (2002)||Saturday or Sunday||11v11||2/week on weekdays||5|
|U17 (2001) - U19 (1999)||Saturday or Sunday||11v11||2/week on weekdays||5|
Beginning at U11, your child will play on a CYA team participating the the Suburban Friendship League (SFL). The SFL is a recreational soccer league that includes teams from throughout Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland. The SFL season is 8 games with an end-of-season tournament. Since this is a recreational league, there are no tryouts and everyone plays on a team.Want to “play up” an age group? Revise your registration to indicate that preference or contact the appropriate Age Group Coordinator (AGC) via contacts listed on this page.
Parents are responsible for obtaining uniforms directly from soccer.com instead of from their coaches. Visit our Recreational Uniforms page to learn more.
CYA Soccer is supported by an outstanding group of volunteer coaches and parents across all recreational age groups. Coaching is a rewarding experience, and CYA will support you with training materials and educational opportunities.
Please indicate your interest in coaching or being a team parent when registering your player.
Need to volunteer in order for a background check? Formally indicate that you'd like to volunteer for a specific age group using our registration system.
Do you need to register to volunteer? Yes, if you plan to be on the fields with the kids in the role of a head coach, assistant coach, or "parent helper" facilitating a game. Team managers that coordinate activities (snacks, etc) do not need to volunteer.
|Bantam U5-U7||Junior U8-U10||Senior U11-U19|
Bantam Division Coordinator
Junior Division Coordinator
Senior/SFL Division Coordinator
|Age Group Coordinators (AGC)||Age Group Coordinators (AGC)||Age Group Coordinators (AGC)|
|U6 Girls (2012) - OPEN||U8 Girls (2010) - OPEN||U11 Girls (2007) - OPEN|
|U7 Girls (2011) - Patrick Campbell||U9 Girls (2009) - Charlie Zimmerman||U12 Girls (2006) - Jon Casey|
|U10 Girls (2008) - Randy Jones||U13 Girls (2005) - James Metzger|
|U6 Boys (2012) - OPEN||U14 Girls (2004) - Dan Conrad|
|U7 Boys (2011) - Don Goodman||U8 Boys (2010) - OPEN||U15-16 Girls (2003-2) - Andy Mudge|
|U9 Boys (2009) - Joe Flynn||U17-19 Girls (2001-99) - Rich Schwarzkopf|
|U10 Boys (2008) - Susan Frank|
|U11 Boys (2007) - Byron Snow|
|U12 Boys (2006) - Anne Hanover|
|U13 Boys (2005) - Peter Daniel|
|U14 Boys (2004) - Eric Schuchard|
|U15-16 Boys (2003-2) - Steve Hilburger|
|U17-19 Boys (2001-99) - Steve Hilburger|
|OPEN AGC positions. Interested? Please contact the related Division Coordinator.|
Refunds are not issued to players after the season's opening day. Should there be a special situation, i.e. season ending injury/medical condition or out of area reloaction, the player's parent/guardian should contact our Soocer Coordinator directy at email@example.com.