Youth Coed Fall Soccer

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Get kicking this fall and join one of our fall youth soccer leagues. Players will learn soccer skills, footwork, dribbling, passing and team strategies.

Players of all skill levels are welcome. This league places an emphasis on fun, learning the game and skill development. No prior soccer experience is required.

Recreation Covid Guide
Fall Soccer Covid Plan

League Schedules

4-6 Year Old's 
1st/2nd Grade 
3rd/4th Grade 
5th/6th Grade 


4-6 Year Old's  
1st/2nd Grade
3rd/4th Grade 
5th/6th Grade  

2021 League Information

  • Practices begin the week of August 16
  • 6 game season will be played Saturdays mornings/early afternoons beginning August 28 (No soccer Sept. 4)
  • Practices held one evening per week (coaches select their practice day)
  • Each player receives a team t-shirt
  • Games may be played in nearby communities (5th/6th Grade Only)
  • RULES 4-6 Year Old's
  • RULES 1st-6th Grade
***If questionable weather, the weather hotline (651-792-7417) will be updated at 8:00 am, after 8:00 am the decision to play will be made by the officials on site***

Officials Needed!

The Roseville Fall Youth Soccer League is a great opportunity for someone to try their hand at officiating soccer and earn some money on the weekends. Officials must be available to work on Saturdays and have a background in soccer. Training and certification are preferred but not required. All officials will be compensated on a per-game basis.
If you are interested in becoming a youth soccer official, please complete the Officials Info Form

Fan & Player Code of Conduct 

"Be a good sport (win or lose); be honest, be fair and always show good sportsmanship to all coaches, players, officials, parents and fans."

"We appreciate you attending this youth event. Our participants need your POSITIVE support and ENCOURAGEMENT. Please show kindness and respect in your words and actions towards coaches, players, officials & fellow fans. When winning becomes first and the player(s) second, you have lost sight of the right reasons for participating in athletics."