“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
- Benjamin Franklin
Recreation soccer is the entry level of soccer that Hillsboro Soccer Club offers. This level is available to players from age 5 (entering Kindergarten) through 14 (8th grade).
Recreation soccer is intended for players just entering soccer or those who simply enjoy the game and do not wish to participate in the more competitive Player Development and Junior levels.
Play in a HSC uniform, experience real life game time, coaching sessions twice weekly and most importantly - a LOT of fun!
Fall Recreational open registration is May 15th - August 10th or until teams are full.
Spring Recreational open registration is January 1st - February 15th or until teams are full.
Formation of teams is dependent on Volunteer Coaches, and players are placed on a first come first serve basis. When a team is full, players will be placed on a wait list until a space becomes available or another volunteer coach is found.
Fall Base Fees - Player's registration fee covers equipment, field maintenance, referee pay (for levels with refrees), risk management, insurance, head coach licensing fee, field rentals, and club operational cost.
Micro - Kinder/1st & 2nd Grade - $100.00
3rd/8th Grade - $125.00
Spring Base Fee - Player's registration fee covers equipment, field maintenance, referee pay (for levels with refrees), risk management, insurance, head coach licensing fee, field rentals, and club operational cost.
Micro - Kinder/1st & 2nd Grade - $83.00
3rd - 6th Grade - $93.00
7th & 8th Grade - $103.00
Red Entrada Jersey - $17.00 inc Number
Black Striker Shorts - $14.00
Black Metro Socks - $8.00
There are 3 ways to purchase uniforms for our Recreational Program.
Uniforms are for 3rd to 8th Graders only. All Kinder to 2nd grade players will receive a HSC club T-Shirt as part of your fees.
All Uniforms are purchased through Tursi's Soccer. You can purchase them in person or online, by clicking here.
This may include ; counting out bibs, cones and soccer balls for spring teams. Helping set up, kit down for the Recreational Spring meeting, handing out equipment. At the end of the season, aiding in the collection and inventory of Spring Coaches.
This may include ; grass fields are measured and lined at the beginning of the season, help us paint lines and prep fields. This then needs to be maintained throughout the season, including line work, hole filling and moving goals.
Work with the HSC Admin staff to aid in creating, promoting and running fundraising events for our Recreational Program.
This may include ; working with computers, answering phone calls, working with other HSC families, registrations and more.
This may include ; taking photos and reports from your spring season, so that HSC may share images of your players and their experiences with the rest of the HSC membership and community.
Becoming A Referee
Encouraging your child, or even yourself, to become a referee for the Recreational Soccer Program is a wonderful way to introduce yourself into the world of soccer refereeing.
For a 13+ year old, it is a great way to acquire responsibility, furthering their development as a young adult, and of course, an opportunity to earn money in a positive environment.
You can sign up to become a referee by clicking here.
You will be directed to Oregon Referee Committee, where you will be able to find the upcoming classes and their respective costs.
Once you are certified, you will be able to sign up for games that are requiring referees and begin your journey.
What Can I Earn?
|2nd Grade (U8)||$20|
|3rd/4th Grade (U9/10)||$25|
|5th/6th Grade (U11/12)||$30|
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Continue on the Pathway
Recreational Soccer is the first step on our Player Pathway, and for some it is all that they need in their soccer experience. For those who want a little more ; whether that is competition, licensed coaches or league play, you can take the next step on our Player Pathway and join our Competitive Programs.