Adult Soccer-Leagues & Open Soccer

Come play in the area’s largest indoor adult soccer league!  Enjoy a comfortable climate and great camaraderie.  Both competitive and recreational divisions are available for all abilities.  Sign up your team today!

2016-2017 Adult Soccer League

Please Note:  Our Payment Policy Has Changed

A Deposit of at least $500 is REQUIRED at the time of registration.  Registrations without a deposit will NOT be accepted and teams will not be placed on the schedule.  The Balance of the team fee is due BEFORE the third game. If the fee is not PAID IN FULL before the third game, the game will not take place.  The team will not play any games until Full Payment is made. If you would like to pay in longer installments, you can charge it on your credit card and then make payments to them.  We take Visa, Master Card and Discover.

Also, Please Note:  

The schedule for all games (both youth and adult) is on the same system.  Children are frequently on our system checking the schedules for their games.  Because of this, we reserve the right to change the name of your team if we deem it inappropriate.  Suggestive, offensive or obscene names will not be allowed.  Please choose wisely.

Games on Monday evenings (overflow sunday evenings)

10 Games

6v6 (5 and a keeper)

All players MUST be 18 years old or older to play in the adult soccer league.

Click on Session to Register

Session 1

September 11 – November 13

Registration Deadline: September 4

Cost – $995 Per Team

Deposit $500

Session 2

November 20 – February 5

Registration Deadline: November 13

Cost – $995 Per Team

Deposit $500

Session 3

February 12 – April 16

Registration Deadline: February 5

Cost – $995 Per Team

Deposit $500

Session 4

April 23 – July 2

Registration Deadline: May 8

Cost – $995 Per Team

Deposit $500

Players need to be on team roster and have waiver completed (once a year)

New Waiver Registration Form


Contact Carey Newman at or
570.575.4119 for more information.

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