Current Session Info

Fall 2015/Spring 2016 BSA Rec Soccer

The BSA is now accepting new registrations for the Spring 2016 Soccer season. This is the second half of our Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Soccer Session. Spring games are tentatively scheduled to run from Saturday, April 9, 2016 to Saturday, May 21, 2016.

Getting Help

If you need help with the registration process, click here to submit a request, or contact:

For assistance with Registration,
contact BSA Registrar

For more information, visit the Beavercreek Soccer Association website at


REFUNDS: No refunds will be issued after the player completes his or her first game unless there are extenuating circumstances. Requests for refunds must be made in writing and sent to the Registrar.  All requests must have the division and full name of the child as well a return address in order to process a refund!  Refund Requests can be emailed to


Welcome to the BSA Rec-League Online Registration Home Page!

Registration for the Spring 2016 Session is now OPEN!  If your son or daughter did not play in the Fall, this is your chance to sign them up to play soccer!

IMPORTANT NOTE:  If you son or daughter played soccer in the Fall, there is nothing you need to do!  Your coach will be contacting you about spring play in mid-March.


  Please carefully review the information below before registering:

  • Soccer players are assigned to Divisions according to grade and gender. Girls in 1st thru 8th grades may choose Coed or Girls-Only Divisions.

  • Players in Kindergarten who already have experience in the K-Div may select to play in A-Div (1st Grade Coed) or E-Div (1st Grade Girls-Only).

  • The BSA Rec-League soccer program consists of both a Fall season and a Spring Season.  Players that register in the Fall are automatically enrolled for the spring season.  Dates of league play are shown under Current Session Info on this web page.

  • Parents should expect to be contacted by a coach by mid-August.

  • This is a recreational program open to children in the Beavercreek area and neighboring communities, who meet grade and age guidelines and who are not participating in an organized select or club soccer program.

  • Our goal is to have fun and to teach soccer skills in a healthy atmosphere of good sportsmanship and teamwork. 

  • The following table shows the days of the week that each division plays games.  All divisions, except Pre-K and J2 (High School), play one game during the week and one game on Saturday.  The Pre-K division will meet once each week on Tuesday or Thursday.  J2 plays two games during the week and no games on the weekend.