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West Seattle Soccer Club (WSSC)


Welcome to our Spring Soccer Season progarm page! This page has quite a lot of information, so make sure to read through thouroughly!  The WSSC is proud to offer exciting programs for recreational players, ages 5, (2012 Birth Year [BY]) and older. Continue down this page for more information for each age group.

Important Registration Info for Spring Soccer:

Registration for spring soccer runs from Feb 1 to Feb 28 each year.  Registrations received after the deadline are accepted on a space-available basis only. Caution! There is limited capacity in each age group. Player limits may be reached before the close of registration. Do not delay!

Teams are formed during the month of March.. Most teams begin practicing in early April. League play begins mid-April for most age groups.

Player registration must be completed online by the player's parent or legal guardian. To register, CLICK HERE. Your prompt registration eases the burden on our volunteer team in preparing for the spring season.

  • Players are assigned to teams according to our published Player Assignment Guidelines. Team assignments will be completed as quickly as possible AFTER the open registration period ends -your patience during this process is greatly appreciated!
  • If your coach is not returning this spring but your player wants to continue playing with us, please register them as soon as possible and indicate any friends they would like to play with. Our administrative team will do their best to find a great new team for your player.

Quick links: Fall Program | Spring Program | Registration Overview | Camps

West Seattle Soccer Programs

The West Seattle Soccer Club is committed to providing thebest possible youth sports experiencefor players age 5-18 and their families! Our youth soccer programs are modified (scaled to be developmentally appropriate) for players aged 5 to 11 years old. Please read Reasons for Small-Sided Play (published by US Youth Soccer) for additional information

Spring Season 2024 FAQ's

Page updated January 29, 2024

What ages can participate?

  • U6-U12 Players Register by Academic Year; U13 and older Player Register by Birth Year. See Registration for chart. 
  • We will NOT PROMOTE players and teams during our 2024 spring season. For example, if your player played in the U-08 age group in the fall 2022, you will register your player for the same U-08 age group this spring.
  • The U6-U12 teams participate in the HSA Spring League and teams are formed by Academic Year.
  • NOTE: U13 and older teams are participating in the South Sound United League (SSUL) and teams are formed by Birth Year.

How much does it cost to play?

  • $75 for U-6 to U-12 players (refs provided subject to availability for U-08 and older games; coach/player training provided for U-06 & U-07 age groups)
  • $110 for U-13 and older players (refs provided subject to availability) 
  • Every player will receive a team jersey they will keep after the conclusion of the season.

How many games?

  • 8-Game Season for U-8 and older teams
  • 6-Game Season for Coed U-6 & U-7. See the Coed U6-U7 Program for more information.

When will games be played?

  • View the Match Day / Schedules (to be posted one week prior to first game).
  • All 6 games for U6/U7 Coed Division will be played on Sundays - April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19
  • All 8 games for U8-U12 in the Spring 2024 season will be played on Sundays - April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, June 2, 9
  • No games on the Memorial Day Weekend (May 27)

Where will home games be played? (Spring 2024)

  • Coed U-06 & U-07 @Hiawatha Playfield
  • U-08 @ TBA - Riverview South or Alki
  • U-09 @ Fairmount Park and Roxhill South
  • U-10 @ Walt Hundley
  • U-11 @ EC Hughes
  • U-12 @ Highland Park
  • For directions to fields, click on Field Finder.
  • NOTE -- away games may be played in the Burien area (depending on field availability) - Chelsea, Moshier Field, Sunset
  • U13 and older - see SSUL schedules for field locations

What time will games be played?

  • For U6/U7 games, refer to the U6/U7 Coed Program page.
  • All U8-U12 games begin at 12:30pm, 2:00pm, 3;30pm, and (if necessary) 5:00pm
  • For U13 and older games, refer to SSUL schedules. 
  • Schedules to be posted a week prior to first game.

Are the rules different during the spring?

  • We will be playing with the same rules we normally use during the Fall Season for age groups U-06 to U-12.
  • 3-goal Courtesy Rule. A team down 3 goals may add a player.
  • No heading U-11 and younger
  • Read complete rules here.

Will scores or standings be kept?

  • No

How do I register my player?

  • Review the Registration Overview page follow the link at the bottom of the page to register. If you have participated in our program previously, you'll have an existing user account. If you are new to our club, you'll need to set up a new account. If you have difficulty with our registration system, please contact us at [email protected].

I am interested in Coaching, how do I register?

  • Review the Coaches Corner page and click the link in the right margin of the page to register.
  • New to coaching? Our spring season is the perfect time to jump in. There are no required practices and for younger teams (coed U-06 and U-07) WSSC provides a short training session prior to each Sunday game led by professional trainers who will guide you and provide fun and age-appropriate activities.

Spring Theme (jerseys): The Womens' World Cup being hosted in Australia and New Zealand. Teams will be named and colored in association with the teams competing in the Womens' World Cup

Contact Us

West Seattle Soccer Club

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 206-395-3997



HSA: Recreational Soccer Clubs

HSA's Recreational Soccer Clubs focus on making soccer as enjoyable as possible for the majority of players so that they not only improve their skills, but develop a life-long love of the sport. Tryouts and skill grouping are not permitted at the recreational level of play. Players are assigned to teams with their friends, neighbors, and classmates based on their expressed preferences and past team assignments. All players in good-standing receive a minimum of 50% playing time in games. Teams are led by volunteer coaches with varying levels of experience and training. View our club Constitution and By-laws on the Form Library page for more information.

HSA: Competitive Soccer Clubs

HSA Select -- HSA launched the HSA Select Program during the 2015-16 program year. The program provides a select tier of instruction and play for members of the communities served by HSA. Volunteer coaches must apply to be considered to lead a team.