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How can I contact the soccer association?
- for general questions use the
link to the left. For specific questions check the
link for the current year to find the specific board members email.
- Snail mail can be sent to P.O. Box 471, Front Royal, VA 22630
540-635-2966 (It may take several days for phone calls to this number to be returned. If you need immediate assistance, please contact a board member directly.)
- Our office is located at 214 E Jackson St. Front Royal, VA 22630. As we are all volunteers, there are no official office hours and you should call or email to set up an appointment beforehand.
What are the game rules for each division? (These rules may be adjusted seasonally by the FRSA board based on registration numbers.)
Kiddie Kickers (Age 4) - Instructional Division - Size 3 Ball
Program takes place on Saturday afternoon. There are no weeknight practices.
U6 (Age 5) - Size 3 Ball, Games are played 3v3 or 4v4, Four 8 minute quarters. There are no goalies and no score is kept.
U7 (Age 6) - Size 3 Ball, Games are played 4v4 or 5v5, Two 20 minute halves. There are no goalies and no score is kept.
U8 (Age 7) - Size 3 Ball, Games are played 4v4 or 5v5, Two 20 minute halves. There are no goalies and no score is kept.
U10 (Age 8 and 9) - Size 4 Ball, Games are played 6v6 or 7v7, Two 25 minute halves.
U12 (Age 10 and 11) - Size 4 Ball, Games are played 8v8, Two 30 minute halves.
U14 (12 and 13) - Size 5 Ball, Games are played 11v11, Two 35 minute halves.
SRC (Age 14-18) - Size 5 Ball, Games are played 11v11, Two 40 minute halves.
Divisions U10 and above will have separate Girls and Boys Divisions if registration numbers allow. Otherwise, divisions will be Co-Ed.
When does registration take place?
Registration takes place in January for the Spring season and June for the Fall season.
How are teams formed?
Teams are formed by the Division Commissioner or by a coaches draft. The primary purpose of team formation is to create teams as evenly as possible.
Where and how often are practices scheduled?
Practices are scheduled once or twice per week on fields located throughout the county. Practices are usually one hour, and can be no longer than an hour and a half.
There are no week night practices for the Kiddie Kicker division.
When and where are games played?
All games are played at the Skyline SoccerPlex on Kerfoot Avenue in Front Royal. Games are typically scheduled between 9 and 3 on Saturdays.
What equipment does each player need?
Each player will need soccer cleats (no front toe cleat), shin guards, socks, the appropriate size ball, and a water bottle for each practice. Items should be clearly labeled with the players name.
Can I get a refund?
Refunds will only be awarded in cases where the family has to move out of the area before
the season starts, a player is injured and unable to particiapte, or when a player signs up
for a girls or boys division, and it gets changed to Co-ed due to registration numbers.
In these cases a refund must be requested immediately. No refunds will be given after a
child has attended one practice or game, except in the event of a season ending injury.
Absolutely no refunds will be given after two games have been played for any reason.
Please understand that if a player decides to withdraw after teams are formed, it can create
a domino effect that many times negatively impacts other players and overall team selections.
It takes many hours and care to put teams together.
All refunds will be subject to a $15 administration fee.
To request a refund, please contact the FRSA Treasurer by e-mail at:
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