If you have questions about SISA Soccer, how to register, season information, or any other topics, hopefully the answers below will address.  If these do not answer your questions, please contact: SISA.

Q:  When does the Fall Season Start and End?

A:  Practice for the Recreational program ages U6 and above will start the week of August 14,2022.  There will be games every Saturday, starting September 10, 2022 and lasting until October 22, 2022.

There will be a end of season tournament the weekend of October 28th thru 30th, for all age groups U6 and older, weather permitting. 

The Instructional season (U4 and U5) will start Sunday September 11, 2022, with practices/games every Sunday, through October 16. October 16th will be there last day. 

Q:  How much does it cost?

A: Instructional (U4 and U5) and Recreational U6 the price is $70.  This will include a T-shirt.  For Returning U8 - High School Recreational players with a uniform, the price is $100.  For New U8 - High School Recreational players or returning players needing to purchase a uniform, the combined price is $100 ($100 for registration and $30 for the uniform).  If you register after July 31th, there will be an additional $10 late fee. There are NO Refunds once teams are formed.

Q:  Are the teams co-ed?

A:  The Instructional, U6, U12, U14, and High School teams are all co-ed.  For the U8 - U10 teams, we offer co-ed and female-only leagues.  When you register for the season, you will be given the option to be placed on a co-ed or female-only league/team for these age groups.

Q:  At what age are goalies used and is there keeper training?

A:  Goalies are used for U6 and above teams.  There are no goalies in the Instructional league.  Keeper clinics will be scheduled later this season, so please stay tuned for more information.

Q:  What days are the games?

A:  Instructional games are played on Sundays, and held at Stumpy Creek Park.  Recreational games are typically played on Saturdays, and held at Stumpy Creek Park or Mazeppa Park, but there may be some games held in Statesville or Troutman as well.  Occasionally games are scheduled during the week if they need to be made up due to rain, or as part of the end-of season tournament.

Q:  Where do teams practice?

A:  Instructional practices are held on Sundays at Stumpy Creek Park.  Recreational practices are held at either Stumpy Creek Park or  Mazeppa Park.  Some teams may practice at other locations, but those are not official SISA locations.

Q:  How do I register a player?

A:  You may register a player online by going through the Member Center and adding a player.  You will need to create a SISA account first.

Q:  Will there be a season-ending tournament?

A:  WEATHER PERMITTING, we will have our Fall tournament the weekend of October 28th - 30th.  Most games will be at Stumpy with some games held at Mazeppa as well.

Q:  How are teams formed?

A:  Players will be placed on teams based on birth year and not based on school year like in the past.  Also, if you played in the spring, and you do not age up, you will be placed on the same team unless you request a new team for the Fall.  If your child ages up they will be randomly assigned to new teams. You may not choose your team, but you can request to NOT be on the team your were on in the fall.. New players (including those who did not play for SISA in the spring of 2022) will be randomly assigned the same as all others. 

Q:  What about keeping teams together?  What if we want to stay with the same players?

A:  For the Fall seasons, since some players age up, teams do not stay together. Players that do not move up and stay in the same age group as Spring 2022 stay together if possible., unless they do request a change, they will be placed in a player pool to fill out other rosters on other teams.  Parents that choose to step up and coach a team needing a coach will get their child and 1 assistants child, automatically with the remaining be randomly assigned. This is for everyone including coaches that move up in age groups.

Q:  Are Face Masks requried?

A:  No.