U3-U14 Program
The Centerville Recreational Soccer League is a community-based recreational soccer league, open to all non-club players, focused on providing a safe and enjoyable environment for each and every participant, and managed by an all-volunteer board and coaching staff. All of our regular games are played at Oak Grove Park on Social Row Road in Centerville, with the exception of U14 (please see that division below).

Our Spring season accommodates players in divisions U3- U14 (through 8th grade only). Spring season is focused more on development for U5 - U14 (while our Fall season is more competitive). Scores and standings are not kept at any level, and each division will be provided with special training sessions coordinated by our Technical Trainers, in addition to their weekly games.
U4 is a developmental division, where our players work with trainers (no coaches) in small groups for development and to learn foot skills. There are no coaches in this division. U4 players receive a shirt, socks and a ball that they keep as part of their registration.
U5 is the only age group that practices half an hour prior to game time, then play their game. U5 have parent coaches.
U6 and above, the coach determines day, time and location of practices, and games are played at Oak Grove Park.
U14 plays games at Oak Grove, but we do interact with teams from Lebanon, and play a single game at McClure Park in Lebanon.

Your child will be automatically placed in a division based on his/her date of birth (our division cutoffs are based on the child's age as of 7/31). If your child has a summer/early Fall birth date and you would like him/her to play in another division with their classmates, please contact us directly with your request after you've registered. However, players are NOT permitted to play down from high school to U14, nor up to high school from 8th grade.

Our season will start with practices in late-March, with games starting in April (games are played on Saturdays) and ending in early June. Note: Start dates are contingent on having enough volunteer coaches in place for any given division, as well as the parks schedule.

Spring soccer program is open to Rec players of any skill level, but is NOT open to any child carded and playing club/select or high school soccer for any team.

Please note that it is our policy that special requests for specific coaches or teammates will NOT be honored. Our teams are assigned via random draws. The only way to ensure that 2 players are on the same team is for the parents of those children to coach together. Siblings playing in the same division will be assigned to the same team only upon request.

Registration fees include a jersey and socks, referee fees and OSYSA membership fees.