Soccer for everyone!

Fun, fitness and friendships

The ASA recreational league is the largest youth sports league in Alexandria!

ASA’s recreational league is a volunteer based, inclusive soccer program for kids of all abilities and experience levels, ages 4-19. The league is all about fun, fitness and friendships! Teams practice once a week and play games on Saturdays in Alexandria (high school teams sometimes opt to practice twice per week).

The majority of kids are placed on teams that practice near or at their schools. This structure makes practices more convenient for families and helps group kids who know each other from school on the same team.

current season

Winter 2023
Futsal dates

Late Fee Begins

December 4

Registration Closes

December 16

First Game

January 8

Last Game

February 26


Spring 2024 Schedules

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Spring 2024
important dates

Late Fee Begins

February 10

Registration Closes

February 29

First Game

April 6

PreK - 2nd grade

Rec Soccer
$ 170 per player

3rd - 6th grade

Rec Soccer
$ 180 per player

Spring Rec Registration is Closed

AGP & Ball Mastery program are still open and have space for spring participants!

PreK - 2nd grade

Single Season Pricing
$ 105 per player
  • Late fee is $130 after 2/10

3rd - 6th grade

Single Season Pricing
$ 115 per player
  • Late fee is $140 after 2/10

7th - 12th grade

Single Season Pricing
$ 125 per player
  • Late fee is $150 after 2/10​
  • League is TBD

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to Rec League players who qualify for the Alexandria City Public School (ACPS) Free or Reduced Lunch Program. A copy of a child’s enrollment in the lunch program is required for aid consideration. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the office at 703-684-5425 or email [email protected].

Age Group Chart

You're Registered, Now What?

Late registrations are currently being accepted until rosters are filled. 

If space on a roster is not immediately available, your registration will be waitlisted.

Teams are created as player registrations are finalized. ASA Staff build rosters during this time and recruit coaches (are you interested in coaching?! Email [email protected]).

Volunteer coaches receive rosters and reach out to their teams as soon as possible with season information.

Additional Information

All Rec players need a blue and a red soccer jersey. Jerseys are $10 each and can be purchased online. Please note that a generous sponsor is providing jersey’s for 6th grade girls for the spring season. Thus, 6th grade girls do not need to purchase jerseys.

Additionally, shinguards are required for play. Players may wear any color of shorts & socks. Shorts and socks are available for purchase in the uniform store as well. Password for online store: ASA1970

Participants who live outside Alexandria City proper (zip codes 22314, 22301, 22302, 22305, 22304, 22311, 22312) will pay a $35 non-resident fee per season. This fee is passed directly to the City of Alexandria.

Junior Academy girls pose with Joanna Lohman after practice
Junior Academy
For kids born in 2016 & 2017

The Junior Academy offers kids an early introduction to ASA’s Academy program with professional coaches, structured training sessions and a local league + scrimmages. Kids are identified and recommended by ASA coaches and invited to an ID session or practice for evaluation.

Junior Academy participants are often more comfortable on the ball than other kids their age and/or are interested in an extra practice each week in a structured environment. Many kids play on their Rec League team AND participate in the Junior Academy.

Thank you Parents coaches, volunteers.

The ASA Rec League is made possible by the incredible volunteer coaches who step up to coach each team. Are you a parent or adult who’d like to volunteer your time on the field?

No experience needed! ASA provides coaches with equipment (cones, pinnies, pop up goals), an ASA technical t-shirt and practice activities. Additionally, recreational coaches may contact ASA and request for practice support from a professional coach. Volunteer coaches provide a life-changing experience for kids on the soccer field and help make this league a family affair!

Sideline Behavior:

The Recreational League has a zero tolerance policy for negative and/or abusive sideline behaviour. Parents and coaches should be supportive sideline cheerleaders to help provide children with a positive and fun experience. Cheer for the kids — do not yell at the other team, players or referees. A few relevant resources for coaches and parents: