OVERVIEW & DATES

Recreational Soccer is the entry level offering from Hillsboro Soccer Club. This level is available for players from Kinder age to 8th Grade.

It is primarily focused on developing the love of the game and targets those players new to the sport or those who just want to play the game without having to commit to a year round sport.

Play in a HSC uniform, experience game environments with sessions twice a week and games at the weekend, all with the emphasis on having fun!

Fall Recreational open registration is May 15th - August 10th or until teams are full.

Spring Recreational open registration is December 31st - March 31st or until teams are full. Further openings will be dependent on roster opportunities.

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. Rostering will begin in Mid March as volunteers and teams are finalized.

Spring season practices begin the week of April 5th, dependent on field quality and weather. The official start of spring league games begin April 17th with a 6 game season, ending May 22nd. Every Saturday 9 - 3 Pm.

COSTS

Our Spring fees cover player registration fee, equipment for coaching, field maintenance, risk management, insurance, head coach education, field rentals and club operational costs.

Micros, Kinders, 1st & 2nd Grade - $85.00

3rd - 6th Grade - $95.00

7th & 8th Grade - $105.00

SPRING RECREATIONAL SCHEDULE

To find your specific schedule, please use the Search Bar and type in your coaches name.

SPRING RECREATIONAL SEASON

Available to Micros - 8th Grade

These structured games are going to be played at fields within Hillsboro in more traditional Recreational format. We will be hosting 1 practice per week, along with 1 game per weekend.

Spring season practices begin the week of April 5th, dependent on field quality and weather. The official start of spring league games begin April 17th with a 6 game season, ending May 22nd. Every Saturday 9 - 3 Pm.

Practice schedule is dependent upon the volunteer coach, all games will be Saturdays commencing at 9am and going through the afternoon.

All practice & game locations are at local elementary and middle school fields in Hillsboro. Older teams may vary with travel away games with usual TVYSL League affiliates.

Within this year's registration will be the options to sign up for our HSC Spring Academy or our March Spring Break Camp.

FEE BREAKDOWN

Now more than ever, we are devoted to ensuring that no player goes without playing because of finances. In an effort to continue our transparency with all of our members, we have created the graphic to the right, to highlight where your registration fees go.

From overhead fees, coach incentives, education, equipment and fields, you can see the full breakdown to the right.

As you can see, every dollar counts, and during these unprecedented times, if you feel that you can help another member of our community play by sponsoring a player, we have ways in which you can do so.

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PURCHASE YOUR RECREATIONAL JERSEY HERE

To participate in the Spring Recreational League, we do require that players purchase their Recreational Red jersey from Tursis Soccer Store off Canyon Lane.

You can purchase online for pick up, have it delivered or if you prefer to shop in store you can certainly visit the friendly staff of Tursis.

8805 SW Canyon Lane, Portland, OR, 97225

WHAT WILL THE SEASON LOOK LIKE?

Hillsboro Soccer Club anticipates hosting a usual season compared to traditional Fall & Spring seasons in years past. HSC will host one practice/game a week at local Hillsboro School District fields with some local clubs in the neighboring areas competing.
Face masks are required for all participants including players, coaches, and spectators who are allowed to spectate from a distance. HSC hosts the Tualatin Valley Youth Soccer League that also includes neighboring clubs in surrounding areas. 
We require families to be knowledgeable and aware of the field signage, the entry and exit points at local fields to help ensure smooth transitions of teams onto fields, and to social distance whenever possible. To see more about our Return to Play Protocol, please visit our Return to Play page on our website. 
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HSC Academy - Taking the Next Step

In an effort to constantly look to improve our programs and the subsequent learning environment for our players, we realized that there is a gap between programs within our own Player Pathway.

To ensure that we are not doing a disservice to our players, we have created a brand new program called the HSC Academy. This program will be headed by our Recreational Co-ordinator Mason Aguirre, and our Assistant Director of Coaching Michael Wall. Along with quality and experienced coaches from our competitive program, we are looking to create a bridge for players to continue their growth.

Train on turf, with licensed coaches and a player centered environment, to allow our players to reach their true potential.

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Become a Referee

Encouraging your child, or even yourself, to become a referee in 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 find the upcoming classes and respective costs.

Once you are certified, you will be able to sign up for games that are requiring referees and begin your journey.

Pay

2nd Grade - $20.00

3rd/4th Grade - $25.00

5th/6th Grade - $30.00

7th/8th Grade - $35.00

Assistant Referee - $20.00

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Volunteering With Us

Hillsboro Soccer Club is built upon the foundation of our community, with our organization operated entirely by volunteers. We have a passion for teaching soccer, empowering players to develop life skills, and of course, a love of the game.

You can help by signing up via this page to indicate that you'd like to volunteer coach and work with an age group for this year's 6-week spring recreational program! You are then given the incentive of an in-house education through the club, the opportunity to work with your son or daughter within the pod of players. You will also have your program fee reimbursed at the end of the season after the gear has been collected and returned.

The first step to be a coach is to register your intentions. Coaches must register with two different systems.

Registering with the HSC identifies your interest in coaching, while you are also required to complete a Background Check via the Sports Affinity Software each seasonal year. Sports Affinity is an Online Data Management used by OYSA for Risk Management.

Players are required to wear a mask from arrival to the field, during the practice/game and while departing the field to their vehicles. 

Coaching With Us

Are you interested in becoming, or continuing as a volunteer coach for Hillsboro Soccer Club?

Free clinics are sponsored by the club and available to all coaches and cover a variety of topics such as small-sided games, goalie tips, injury prevention, and so on.

The clinics are often geared to particular age levels and range from topics useful to Beginners through Experienced coaches. HSC Recreational Coaches who attend a Coach Clinic will qualify for their player's registration fee reimbursement after the season is complete.

Attend a clinic today (Spring clinic schedule coming soon) - they're free, they're informative and they're mostly instructed by HSC Directors and Competitive Coaches.

More Volunteer Opportunities

Equipment Help

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.

Field Help

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.