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Bear Creek Soccer Board Members


Marie Brown - Soccer Director

Email:  [email protected]

Club Phone: 303-668-5448


Brett Carpenter - Director of Coaching/Coach training 

Darcy Hutchings-Secretary/Treasurer/Club Scheduling/State Risk management 

Lesa Davis-Fundraising/Registration/Club and State registration

Registration Listing

2024 Spring Competitive Soccer

Bear Creek Soccer is dedicated to providing a fun and safe environment for kids to learn and play soccer. We offer all levels of teams for your children. As a 100% volunteer organization, we ask that parents volunteer for some position of assistance. There are three registration programs Please pick the right program if you're not sure please call before you pay for the wrong program.

(1) Recreational (For all ages U5-U19)
(2) Intermediate (By Team assignment U9-U10 age Players only).
(3) Competitive ages (U11-U19 by tryout only)

To register for Spring 2024, click on the Register button in the League Registration box below. After registering online, you will be able to pay by Credit Card #VISA/MC#, Cash
Spring 2024 Soccer Registration Fees: (Please make sure your child is planning on playing before you pay the fee as (THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS)
U5 (1/1/2019-12/31/2019) $120
U6 (1/1/2018-12/31/2018) $120
U7 (1/1/2017-12/31/2017) $150
U8 (1/1/2018-12/31/2016) $150
U9 (1/1/2015-12/31/2015) $250
U10 (1/1/2014-12/31/2014) $250
U11 (1/1/2013-12/31/2013) $250
U12(1/1/2012-12/31/2012) $250
U13 (1/1/2011-12/31/2011) $250
U14(1/1/2010-12/31/2010) $250

INTERMEDIATE: 285.00 (U9-U10 age by assignment only)

COMPETITIVE FEE: 425.00 (U11-U19 by tryouts only)

Under 18 - Boys

Registration closes on 03/08/2024 at 12:00 AM
Season Dates: 03/04/2024 to 05/19/2024
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Under 19 - Boys

Registration closes on 03/08/2024 at 12:00 AM
Season Dates: 03/04/2024 to 05/19/2024
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Opportunity to Play Grant Program

BCJSA provides grants for registration fees to children, who, without this financial assistance, would not be able to participate in BCJSA programs. This grant program is called the “Opportunity to Play Program” and was started in 2009, at the request of the family of Don Smith, a longtime coach in the BCJSA organization.

Don’s wish was to never have a child not play sports due to financial hardship. He personally paid the registration fee for many players he coached through the years. When Don passed away in 2009, his family could think of no better way to honor Don and what he was passionate about. They requested that donations be made to BCJSA in Don’s name and the Opportunity to Play fund was born.

Adobe PDF file Opportunity to Play Grant *- Printable PDF Version. Grant application for assistance with up to 1/2 sports registration costs. Application, terms & conditions, and supporting documentation (required) can be completed and returned to [email protected] or dropped off at our office. They are due no later than 2 weeks BEFORE the close of the sport's registration deadline.

BCJSA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with limited funding available for grants; however, BCJSA shall use its best efforts to provide assistance to all qualified applicants. No guarantee of assistance is implied in this application.

Payment Plan
It is our goal to never have kids not play youth sports due financial hardship.   In addition to the Opportunity to Play, we can set up a payment plan.  Please reach out and ask how we can help your child to play and learn life lessons through playing a sport. 

Bear Creek Soccer Mission and Vision Statements

Bear Creek Soccer

Mission and Vision Statements

Who We Are

At Bear Creek Soccer, we are a family-oriented non-profit soccer club with committed, licensed, volunteer coaches and staff who join our club because they love the game of soccer and want to give back to their community by sharing their love of soccer.

  • We offer recreational and competitive soccer teams from U5 – U19.
  • We feature a player-centric philosophy- -your child's development and enjoyment of soccer is always first.
  • We maintain an affordable fee structure because we have dedicated volunteers, not paid coaches. Competitive soccer at our club is generally less than half the cost you'll find at larger clubs.
    • Scholarship program: Opportunity to Play grants to benefit families.


To positively impact our community in West Metro Denver by fueling our players' passion for soccer.


Bear Creek Soccer is a non-profit soccer club committed to sharing our love for the beautiful game of soccer with players of all ages, social backgrounds, and playing abilities. Staffed by dedicated, experienced, and passionate volunteers, we promote the game's ability to teach our children the core values of sportsmanship, teamwork, wellness, and personal growth, while fostering a love of the game's creativity and beauty.

Who we are:

At Bear Creek soccer, we are family-oriented, a non-profit soccer club, licensee, volunteer coaches and people who join the club because they have a passion for soccer and want to teach their communities the love of the game.

  • We offer teams of children from 3 to 18 years old, recreation and competitive.
  • We characterize a philosophy focused on team play- - Development, friendship and companionship in the game of football.
  • We maintain an affordable fee structure because we have dedicated volunteers, who don't pay coaches. Competitive football pays almost half as much as you pay at other clubs.
  • Scholarship Programs:

Acquisition opportunities

Subsidies to benefit

to families.


Positively impact our West Metro Denver community by giving players the passion of soccer. In that include, being better people.



Bear Creek Soccer is a non-profit club committed to sharing our love of the beautiful game of soccer with players of all ages. Regardless of religion, color, ednia, and play skills. Our staff are dedicated, experienced, and passionate volunteers. We promote the ability of playto teach ourchildren the core sporting values, teamwork, well-being, and personal values, while fostering the love of creativity and beauty of the sport.

Code Of Conduct

Codes of Conduct

Player Code of Conduct

  1. Show good sportsmanship at all times.
  2. Convey a consistently positive attitude toward your teammates and coaches.
  3. Play against your opponents, not the referee. In that way, you can play your best.
  4. The entire team will shake hands with the opposing team and acknowledge the referees [shaking hands, clapping, etc.] at the end of each match.
  5. Players are always welcome to speak with the coach at any time, including immediately after a game.
  6. Bear Creek Soccer prohibits any form of bullying against any player, within the club or on an opposing club’s team. This includes online or offline bullying. The club strives to educate its players about the consequences of bullying and the need to respect others.

Parent Code of Conduct

  1. Allow the coach to coach, the referee to officiate, and most of all allow your child to play the game. Provide your child with positive support at home, on the practice field and on the competition field.
  2. A player develops best when he/she trusts and respects the coach. When parents express opinions as to how a player should play, what position they should play, how much playing time they should receive, etc., it can cause considerable confusion and create the potential for problems. If you have particular concerns, suggestions, or just a question, do not address them with your child, but instead please speak to your team coach. Further inquiries should be addressed to the staff age group coordinator.
  3. 24 Hour Rule. Soccer matches are exciting, stressful and emotional. Bear Creek Soccer believes that everyone needs time to “cool off” after matches so that the match and any issues can be objectively discussed. For this reason, parents are not to discuss their player’s play or other team issues with the coach, by any means, including emails, text messaging or phone calls, for a twenty-four-hour period after any match. Players are excepted from this Rule.
  4. Accept the results of each game and encourage your child to: Be gracious in victory; and turn defeat to victory by working towards improvement.

Conduct of Spectators

  1. Bear Creek Soccer maintains high standards of behavior and conduct for its players and coaches. These same standards apply to parents and spectators as well. Bear Creek Soccer cannot tolerate abusive and destructive comments from spectators. The Club and its teams are affected and judged by poor behavior and conduct of its parents and players. Each of us must set an example of good behavior and sportsmanship for our children.
  2. Do not coach from the sideline nor make any negative comments. Cheer, encourage and applaud the efforts of the players. Keep all comments positive.

Examples of inappropriate Conduct

The following are examples of inappropriate behavior for which a player or parent may be disciplined.

    1. Verbal harassment or criticism of referees, coaches, or players, by anyone is unacceptable conduct. Harassment of any kind directed toward coaches, players and officials will not be tolerated.
    2. Physical contact or violence or threat of physical contact or violence directed toward anyone including referees is unacceptable conduct. The encouragement of violent behavior will be given the same discipline as conducting the action themselves.
    3. Abuse of players whether verbal or by aggressive physical training is not acceptable behavior from any adult.
    4. Consumption of any alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs and notable impairment by any coach, parent, or player is not acceptable conduct.
    5. Use of tobacco products by a player, coach, or team official in and around the playing area before, during, or after a youth match or team practice is unacceptable conduct.
    6. Violation of the 24 Hour Rule.

If any player, parent or coach violates this Code of Conduct, the Club will take any and all action as it deems necessary and appropriate.

Bear Creek Soccer has a continuing need for volunteers to fill roles as organizers and participants in special events as well as helping in the general operation and administration of the Club. Without volunteers, the Club would not exist. We encourage parents to become involved in the activities of the Club. If you are interested in helping, please contact Your Coach or Club Director 


Bear Creek Junior Sports Association
2750 S Wadsworth Blvd, C-204
Lakewood, Colorado 80227

Phone: 720-443-3108
Email: [email protected]

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