FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I determine what ’U’ age my player is?
US Youth Soccer now has a calendar year from January 1st to December 31st. Whatever age a player turns in the Spring of that season is their U Age Group.
Club soccer organizations follow governance provided by the United States Soccer Federation and adhered to by associations such as US Club Soccer. Club soccer teams are generally made up of eligible gender appropriate players from a single birth year, but our in-house program mixes several age groups to provide robust opportunities to play. Determine a players current U-Age group by birth year. >
Where will games be played?
All games will be played at Gloucester Township Community Park on Hickstown Rd. Games are scheduled on specific fields indicated on the schedule for each division
When will games be played?
Games are typically played on Sundays during the Fall and Spring, except for holiday weekends. Games are scheduled between 12:30 and 4:00 PM. Some games may be played during special events on weekend evenings.
All U4-U5 games are played using a 4v4 format (4 players for team A vs. 4 players from team B) to encourage more touches on the ball for each player. U8-11 will play 7v7, and recreational play will be either 7v7 or 9v9 depending on the number of registrants and team size.
What kind of training will my player get?
Highland Youth Soccer Club has a Director of Training who selects appropriate professional trainers for the club. Teams will train once a week with a professional trainer during the soccer season. Trainers will follow a detailed and tested curriculum designed to maximize the growth and fun for each individual player.
How do I get my player on a team?
Registrations should be made prior to September 1 for the Fall season and prior to March 1st for the Spring season. To register your child, create an account if you have not done so, then follow the instructions to register.
What does my registration fee cover?
Your registration fee includes a jersey, soccer ball, professional training sessions and trophy or participation gift.