Registration for the 2023 fall season is closed on May 31st and the waitlist closed on August 4th.
Registration for the 2024 season will open in April and close around Memorial Day. Check out our list of camps to stay engaged in soccer during the offseason.
Team coaches are the unsung heroes of our program. RYSC has a team of technical staff on call to help coaches of all experience levels. Head coaches and assistant coaches are required to register and pass a background check. Head coaches will receive a refund for the registration fee of their child after teams are formed and all background checks are in place.
Looking for soccer opportunities in the Spring and Summer? Check out our full list of camps
Are you interested in Competitive soccer? Well, Club Tryouts for the 2023/24 season are coming up. We recommend that you still sign up for recreational soccer - and any payments will be simply credited should your player join a competitive team.
Game #1 on Aug 26th Game #6: Oct 14th
Game #2: Sept. 9th Game #7: Oct 21st
Game #3: Sept. 16 Game #8: Oct. 28th
Game #4: Sept 23 Game #9: Nov 4th
Game #5: Sept 30 Game #10: Nov 11th
All Game Times TBD.
Bye Week for ALL / At- The- Break Tournament: Oct. 7th
Make up: Nov 18th in case of a rain-out or smoke-out during the regular season
All times to be determined with the schedule to be released by 18th.
The exact schedule varies from year to year. Generally speaking the schedule is approximately as follows
Once registration is closed, we know everyone is excited to learn details of your season. Here is a timeline of activities to expect:
If you are a player, the first communications you receive about the season will be from your coach in early August. In the meantime, please be sure to purchase your uniform from Kombat Soccer and review our FAQ's below for useful information like what size ball to use, how long are games, is heading allowed, and much more.
RYSC has partnered with Kombat soccer to provide uniforms for the club. Uniforms first used in the 2021 & 2022 Fall season are the same style for 2023, thus can be re-used or handed down for the 2023 season.
In Recreational soccer there is no requirement for a unique number so you can ask for your favorite number. If this field is left blank, a random number will be assigned to you.
You will be required to upload a copy of your player's birth certificate while registering. Please have this digital copy available before you begin. Hospital and Baptismal certificates are not accepted. It must be an official copy or passport. If yours is lost, damaged, or stolen, you will need to work with the California Department of Vital Records in obtaining a replacement.
You will be required to upload a digital photo while registering. Please have this available before you begin. No hats, no sunglasses and please only a photo of the face.
The registration system for 2023 is the same as 2022, thus your information previously entered should transfer over. New pictures are required each (since the kids grow so fast).
Our mission as a club is that no player will be denied the ability to play soccer based on financial hardship, their ethnicity, or their background.
If approved for our financial aid program, RYSC will waive your player’s registration fee and ask that you volunteer for the Club a minimum of 4 hours. The Club has a variety of opportunities volunteer hours including field rehabilitation, equipment handout events, tournament help, etc.
If you have any problems with registration or have any question, please click the link below to contact the registrar
Full refunds are available for any reason if requested prior to July 15th. Between July 15 and the first weekend of games (the Saturday before Labor Day), a 50% refund is available. Click the button below to request a refund.
Birth date minimum 2018 and maximum 2005.
U6(4v4) - 2018
U7(4v4) - 2017
U8(4v4) - 2016
U9(7v7) - 2015
U10(7v7) - 2014
U11(9v9) - 2013
U12(9v9) - 2012
U13(11v11) - 2011
U14(11v11) - 2010
U16(11v11) - 2008 & 2009
U19(11v11) - 2005, 2006, & 2007
Team assignments are finalized in July and the team lists will be given to the coaches at their first meeting in late July.
Most coaches will begin calling their team members within a week of getting their roster. Practices will begin in mid-August for most age groups (older U15+ kids may begin sooner).
Note: the coaches determine the practice schedule
U6-U8: Size 3
U9-U12: Size 4
U13+: Size 5
Visit the Game Schedule page of our website by clicking below to find your schedule.
Game schedules are typically not published until about 1 week before the first game. The first half of the season schedule is typically published about one week before the first games. The second half of the season schedule will be published during the mid-season break after re-seeding teams based on first half results.
For players in the U12 and older age groups, heading of the ball is allowed.
For players in the U11 and younger age groups, intentional heading of the ball is NOT allowed and is sanctioned by an indirect free kick.
NOTE: if any player from a U11 age group or younger plays up into a U12+ match, that player must be identified to the official and cannot intentionally head the ball.
Unfortunately, There are no guarantees on timing for the waitlist. Generally the teams will be rostered by the coaches meeting and after that the registrar can begin reviewing waitlist applications so a first round will be let in early/mid-August as open spots allow.
Players withdraw for a variety of reasons throughout August all the way up to the first game and every withdrawal opens a spot for someone thus there is still hope all the way up to the end of August.
Our referee assignors work to supply three referees for all U11 through U19 games, and one referee for all U9 & U10 games. The 4v4 games played by U6-8 ages are officiated by the coaches.
There is a referee shortage across the region and we expect some games to not have official referees. In these instances the home team should provide a volunteer parent. RYSC offers training for parent volunteers. Contact us at email@example.com for more info on training opportunities.
This policy is subject to change for the 2024 season
Click the button below to submit a refund request
The photos are used to make “player cards”, which the referees check before each game to verify that the player belongs on the team. We need current pictures of each player.
We need an official copy of the birth certificate to verify age. At these young age groups, even one year of developmental difference can have a huge impact on fairness of the game.
We can not accept “unofficial” birth certificates issued by a hospital.
The club prides ourselves on providing a quality experience to our members. We've learned the hard way that there is a limit to the number of teams we can support with the available fields in Roseville. As city builds new parks, we expect to be able to support growth in the future. You can best support our efforts here by communicating the need for increased field availability to your city council representative.
RYSC is by far the biggest recreational program in the region but there are simply limits to the available resources while still providing a good experience without additional parks from the city.
Most soccer players in RYSC play at the Recreation level. For those players in age groups U9-U19 who are looking for more of a challenge and possess the skills necessary to compete at that level can tryout for Competitive teams with Roseville Premier, the competitive side out our club. Those interested MUST attend Competitive level tryouts to be eligible to play. Tryouts are held in the spring of each year.