Welcome to Seekonk Youth Soccer!

Spring 2021 Black Goose Registration Now Closed. Thank you for interest in our program; we are very much looking forward to spring. Rosters are now complete and our season is set to being Saturday, April 3rd for most teams.

Please review our Black Goose Competitive Soccer section for more details on the Black Goose program.

Regarding Spring Recreational Soccer... Our Fall 2020 Rec Soccer Program remains on hold until the state allows public gatherings of a larger size. If the current guidelines are lifted before April 2021, and we have the volunteer resources to put it in place, we will aim to hold a safe and responsible soccer season. We are not currently accepting new players into our wait-listed rec registration.


For information on MYSA's Return To Soccer Activities Guidelines, we encourage you to read more at the following link....


The full statement by the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association on Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found by clicking here.

Seekonk Youth Soccer (SYS) is a non-profit community based youth soccer organization. Our mission is to help develop our community’s youth through an enjoyable experience centered around the game of soccer. We believe that soccer can be used to assist in character development through good sportsmanship and teamwork and promoting healthy lifestyles through physical fitness and organized activities.

As a 100% volunteer based organization, we are truly a community driven organization. Working with children kindergarten age and up, we have a number of opportunities for recreational enjoyment and competitive play at most levels.

We encourage you to utilize our website often, follow us on Facebook and volunteer as opportunities exist.

For time sensitive issues, questions, comments or concerns - please contact us via email at [email protected].

Recreational & Competitive Registration

Registration for Spring 2020 Black Goose Competitive Soccer is currently closed. Seekonk Soccer is not running a spring soccer league as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Registration for Fall 2020 Recreational and Black Goose Competitive Soccer will open in May 2020. Details to follow!

Black Goose uniform changes for spring! Since entering Superliga, we have faced multiple teams with light blue jerseys. Rules state that the home team must change their jerseys in the event teams with similar kits compete Rather than having our players wear uncomfortable and ill-fitting pinnies over their uniforms, we have decided on a low-cost pink/navy jersey for all teams to wear during HOME games only beginning in April. The light blue jersey will still be worn when competing away. A new home jersey in pink/navy and black warm-up tee are now required as part of your kit. After much feedback from families, we are also changing socks from light blue to navy blue. These are all required in time for April. The only required item for Winter Training at Wheeler is the black warm-up jersey. Updates will be coming to our Black Goose store at DMK Sports.

    Volunteers Needed

    We currently have board positions open. Some positions only require a few hours of your time each month and others are more involved. If you are thinking you can help out, please stop in to one of our monthly meetings and we can discuss these opportunities in more detail.

    Current board positions open include:

    Field Assistance
    We are always looking for individuals to assist our Field Director with the setup and takedown of the fields for game weekends throughout our fall and spring seasons. If you are interested in helping us, please reach out to our president at [email protected].

    Recreational Director
    We are actively looking for a well-organized volunteer to assist our current Recreational Director for the upcoming fall season. Aided in part by the Registrar and President, this volunteer position is responsible for the coordination and oversight of our fall program.

    CORI Director
    The CORI administrator oversees the background check process for incoming and returning coaches in accordance with Mass Youth Soccer and US Soccer guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of the children in our program. The process is entirely managed online by US Soccer. It is the CORI Director's responsibility to assign coaches to teams upon approval and act as an intermediary for sporadic issues that may come up between the applicant and MA Youth Soccer during the application and approval process.

    Reminder: Seekonk Youth Soccer is 100% volunteer driven. Without volunteers we cannot possibly support all of the great programs we offer all year long.

    Board Meetings

    All are welcome to attend Seekonk Youth Soccer board meetings. All meetings are be held on the first Monday of every month at the Aitken Elementary School at 7 pm. If the Monday our meeting is scheduled is a holiday, it will be held the following Monday.  There are no official board meetings for the months of July and August.

    If you have something you would like the board to discuss or review, please submit it no less than one week prior to the meeting so it can be added our agenda. Meeting agenda items can be directed to [email protected].

    Complaints or Concerns?

    All complaints or concerns regarding the soccer program should be directed to the President of the league via email [email protected] or other writing. The complaint/concern will be taken under advisement by the Board of Directors and be added to the agenda at the next Board Meeting. The author of the Complaint/Concern will be advised of the next meeting date and asked to appear if it is deemed necessary for additional comment. The issue will be reviewed and comments discussed at the Board meeting. Following the regular session, the Executive Board will vote to take any action on the Complaint. The President will communicate in writing any decisions to the author of the complaint following the meeting.