Recreational

Recreational

Brevard SA (BSA) operates a Recreational Soccer program, which is referred to as our Community-Based Soccer program, during the Fall and Spring seasons.  The Fall season matches typically begin the weekend after Labor Day, with team practices beginning towards the end of August.  The Spring season matches typically begin in the middle of March, with team practices beginning in late February.  BSA Community-Based soccer teams participate in the Brevard Youth Soccer League (BYSL).  Players aged 11 (U11) to 18 (U18) of all skill levels are invited to participate in the BSA Community-Based program.

BSA operates the Community-Based Program at three locations: Max Rodes Park, Fred Poppe Park (aka Palm Bay Regional Park), and Flutie Athletic Complex.  Players have the opportunity to register to participate at any of the three locations, and will be assigned to a team specific to a location.  All practices and home matches will be at the location associated with the team.  The purpose of the BSA Community-Based program is to provide players with an opportunity to enjoy and develop a love for the game of soccer, develop friendships on the field that carry-over off the field, and develop an understanding of teamwork and dedication.  All this while getting some exercise.  

BSA Rec FAQs

What is the schedule for practices and games?

For U6 and U8:

 

Palm Bay Regional/Fred Poppe-Tuesday

 

Max Rodes Park-Wednesday

 

Flutie Beachside-Thursday

 

U6 5:30 to 6:30

U8 6:30 to 7:30

 

-Games Friday nights

-Season is 8 weeks long

 

For U10 and up:

Practices (usually 2) are Monday through Thursday nights depending on the coach.  Games are usually on Saturday and relatively local to your home field.

 

When does the season start?

-U10 and up will begin practices the week of February18th.  You will be contacted by your coach about specifics.

-U6 and U8 will start the week of March 4th

 

When do the games start?

 

-U10 games start the weekend of March 2nd

-U6 and U8 games will start the first week of practice

 

What does U10, U12, U14 etc mean?

Under 10 means the players are 8 and 9 years old.  This is based on the year they were born.

 

Do I need a uniform?

If you have a uniform from previous seasons you do not need a new one.  If you are new to the program then yes.  The uniform includes 2 shirts-white and blue and shorts and socks.

 

Do I need to Volunteer?

Volunteers are greatly appreciated in our club.  You can help the coaches with practice, setting up for practice, being a team 'mom', or just by being supportive of the players!  Any help is much appreciated and helps the program be successful.