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Register Today for the Summit Area YMCA Youth Soccer Association!


Join our Spring Youth Soccer Association! Our Youth Soccer Association is the perfect place to build your child’s endurance, enhance their soccer skills and teach the importance of sportsmanship. The Youth Soccer Association of the Summit Area YMCA is a co-ed, noncompetitive youth sports program designed to teach kids age 3 – 8 years old the basics of soccer while building confidence, developing team building skills, expending youthful energy in a positive way. Volunteer parent coaches are able to support their kids and the community by teaching the basic skills of the game.

“I couldn't be happier to be a volunteer coach with YSA. The YSA offers a supportive and organized framework for volunteer coaches to share our love of sports and the many lessons associated with sports with our own kids and others in the community.” said Michael Hoefs, volunteer coach for the Summit Area Y. “The number one goal of every game day is to "have fun" along with learning other critical life skills like sportsmanship, teamwork and leadership development.”

Children meet each week for recreation at the local Summit Middle School soccer fields, while games are held on Sundays so that busy parents are able to bond with their children on the weekends.

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The fee to register is $170 for YMCA Members and $255 for Community Members. Registration is currently ongoing until April 2, 2017. Teams are formed based on the players request for a coach. If a player does not request a coach, then the YMCA will assign the child to a team based on what school they attend.

To participate, players must have a red and black jersey, which can be purchased at the Summit YMCA Front Desk for $10 per shirt.


WHEN: Sundays, April 2nd-June 4th

TIME: Games between 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

COST: Members $170 / Non-members $255

Players must have a red and a black jersey which may be purchased at the Front Desk.

Questions? Please contact: Allison Zeimann
(P) (908) 273- 3330 ex. 1196

More information can be found online at

The Summit Area YMCA Youth Soccer League is affiliated with the Summit YMCA, located in the heart of downtown Summit, NJ. The address is 67 Maple Street, Summit, NJ 07901. For more information, please email Allie at or by telephone at (908) 273-3330 x1196. 

The Summit Area YMCA is one of area’s leading 501c3 organizations. Our programs and services are open to all through our financial assistance programs made possible through the generosity of our members, donors, staff and partners. To help us help others, please make your donation today at

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