What is “In-House” Soccer?
Do you have young children looking to try soccer for the first time? Does your child love playing soccer competitively but doesn’t want to travel?
Our recreational league is the place for you! Commonly referred to as “In-House” soccer, it is first and foremost about having FUN, while learning the basics of the game and building relationships in a team atmosphere.
Currently, EYSA has recreational soccer for students from 4K through the 8th grade.
The following information will help to answer a few questions about the In-House League:
Teams are coached by volunteer parents, but members of EYSA, with prior coaching experience and licensing will be available at every step. A pre-season clinic for the parent coaches as well as training assistance throughout the season will also be available. So please consider supporting your player in one of these roles.
Click here for a quick overview of the differences between In-house and Travel soccer
What equipment is needed?
Shin guards, worn completely over soccer socks are mandatory for practices and games. Soccer cleats are beneficial, but not required. An age appropriate ball is also beneficial, but each team coach is provided team balls.
If you looking for a cost effective option for soccer cleats or shin guards, check out the shop and swap at the EYSA soccer shed at Racetrack Park.
What is the cost of “In-House” Soccer?
Currently the cost for In-House soccer is $50, which includes a team shirt. A parent who volunteers to coach will receive a waiver of for their player fee.