Spring 2020 Registration is Open!
Please click on a link below to register your player for Spring soccer!
If you're looking for registrations, you're in the right place! Below please find the information you want to know about each of the programs we offer. Simply click the tab for the program you're most interested in and select the button below to go to that registration. The Support Desk button below is for questions we didn't answer.
"Our kids have been in the DSC for the last 5+ years, can't say enough good things about the league. Emphasis is on development and teaching. Well run league."
- Patrick Shuster
"We've been part of Damascus Soccer on and off for years and have seen so many positive changes in the past several years. The communication now is wonderful and <their> attention to detail, when it comes to the members, has been greatly appreciated."
- Lindsay Haley
Learn more about the program (s) you're most interested in.
Click the tab you want to learn more about below. When you're done, scroll down and click the button for that registration.
Here is where you can select and pay for the program you're most interested in. Please don't forget to provide key information we need to get your child rostered after you pay. Without key info and parental consent, we can't place your child.
You'll get a link to provide that key information on the receipt page.
"Damascus Soccer Club has been a wonderful experience for my 4 kids. We have watched it transform and change into a community of enthusiastic and organized coaches and administrators over the past 6 years. They have provided positive learning experiences and lots of time on the field. My son incurred an injury during a game and there was a prompt and immediate response by the president to see that he was given the appropriate care and attention. We highly recommend this league for any parent with children wanting to play soccer at any skill level."
- Grace Winn
Uniforms must be ordered by parents (for our recreation and travel programs - kids 9-18) before Feb 1st in order to guarantee delivery before the season start date.
If a refund becomes necessary, we will refund the pro-rata amount unused for the regular season. We do not refund late fees, uniforms purchased, or credit card processing fees.
Uniforms are not handled or managed by the Club. If a uniform is ordered by mistake, if you need a different size, or if you require a refund for your uniform, click the button that says Order Your Kit and follow the phone number and/or email links there to address Admiral customer support.
Simply click on our planning for Spring page here: https://www.damascussoccer.org/page/show/3152621-planning-for-spring
Keeping to a regular practice schedule is good for kids, but the initial choice of which day - Friday or Saturday - you want to attend is up to you. Show up on a Friday or a Saturday. The weekly program is going to be the same either way, but there is a chance that you'll see different coaches for each of these days - not initially, but as we phase our second coach in.
This is good for you. If you have family coming into town on a Saturday, then go to Friday evening and relax the rest of the weekend. If you prefer the Saturday option, then we'll see you on Saturday.
Kids at this age only need one training session per week. They can handle two from time to time, but one works best. We want them having fun and coming back again next season, so do what works best for your family.
If you are registering more than one player in your family, you will receive a $5 discount on the 2nd (3rd + all additional children) registration fee. In order for the registration system to recognize that you are registering multiple players, please register all of your players at the same time.
The 17 laws of soccer apply here, as in every US Youth Soccer Club in the country. Recreation leagues are unique in that:
No. Recreation leagues are open to anyone and everyone. Our focus is on character development and fun through youth sports. We have all levels of players in our league from the first timer to the experienced player. We come together to have fun and enjoy the game, one another, and the experience.
We recognize that only a small single-digit fraction of kids in America ever go on to play college or professional soccer. Most kids, however, go on to do something else important in life. Teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, empathy, etc will be important for every kid to learn. This is a great place to do it.
We get a lot of kids who swim, play baseball, play basketball, play football, etc. They come to recreation soccer because their other sport may be their primary sport, but they want to cross train, stay fit, and have fun with friends.