Mini Soccer U7-U10 information

Fields will open for 2024 on April 15.

Click on the age group for specific schedule or on the links just below Girls U10.

Boys U7 Blue - 9:00am

Boys U7 Red - Noon

Boys U8 Blue - 10:30am

Boys U8 Red - 1:30pm

Boys U9 Blue - 9:00am

Boys U9 Red - Noon

Boys U10 Blue - 10:30am

Boys U10 Red - 1:30pm

Boys U10 Development - 1:30pm

Girls U7 Green - 10:30am

Girls U7 White - 1:30pm

Girls U8 Green - 9:00am

Girls U8 White - Noon

Girls U9 Green - 10:30am

Girls U9 White - 3:00pm

Girls U10 Green - 9:00am

Girls U10 White - 3:00pm

Girls U10 Development - Noon

Link for Boys U7-10 schedules:

Link for Girls U7-10 schedules:


NEW rule to note for 2024: All U10 and under games will have a kick-in restart when the ball goes out the sidelines (not a throw-in). The new rules (from BC Soccer) are HERE.

BC Soccer's Small Sided Development Policy CLICK HERE

Click for List of U9-10 game fields and addresses

Field information is under the Information tab along the top of the main page of the website and then Field Information.  The actual address of a field and a map for it is under the same tab but then Field Locations/Maps.

Games may not be rescheduled by teams for any reason.


Registration for U7-10 Mini outdoor soccer typically begins in December/January each year. 
Check the website of the Club in the area you live in for details. 

Teams are formed by the Clubs.

Maximum number of players on a team: 

U7/8 teams: 16 players per team

U9/10 teams: 14 players per team

Teams usually practice one evening per week and have a game every Saturday starting when the fields open (typically early/mid April) until the end of June, we take the summer off and then return after Labor Day weekend until the year end tournament on the weekend before Thanksgiving.

U7/U8 TEAMS (maximum 16 players per team) play 4v4 with two GAMES that are each 2 halves of 12 minutes (48 minute total game time).
        Please help set up and put away the nets at all locations - not just your 'home' field.  Coaches are NOT allowed on the field.  When two scheduled teams arrive at the game field, they split into two groups and play two simultaneous games and after the first 2 halves are played, one team switches fields. GOALS MAY NOT BE SCORED WITHIN THE GOAL AREA. Please note maximum goal crease/penalty area is: 3m from the post on the goal line and 3m into the field.

U9/10 TEAMS (maximum 14 payers per team) play 7v7. Games are two 25 minute halves

       There is a huge size difference between many of the fields and goals we are using but unfortunately there are not enough fields of the recommended size to use.  Sometimes they are larger and sometimes they are smaller.  Teams must make-do with the fields as assigned.  Some fields will be lined, others will be need to be marked with cones.

ABSENT OR MISSING REF PROCEDURE - Due to the shortage of fields and officials, games will not be rescheduled due to the absence of a referee.  If no referee is available for a game, the coaches of the teams must agree to appoint someone to officiate that game.  ALL GAMES MUST START ON TIME.


THE BASIC COMPULSORY EQUIPMENT of a player is mandated by FIFA Law#4 and comprises the following separate items:  A jersey, shorts, soccer socks, shin guards and footwear.

SPECTATORS: where practical, spectators are to be on the opposite side of field than the teams (and not behind the goals) for all U9 & up games.  It is the responsibility of the coaching staff to ensure this happens.


Jewellery is NOT permitted (even if covered with tape). This includes piercings.

This ruling comes down from the governing body of all soccer: FIFA. The specific rule is noted below.

 Law 4 - The Players' Equipment

1.     Safety

A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous.

All items of jewellery (necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, leather bands, rubber bands, etc.) are forbidden and must be removed. Using tape to cover jewellery is not permitted.

The players must be inspected before the start of the match and substitutes before they enter the field of play. If a player is wearing or using unauthorised/ dangerous equipment or jewellery the referee must order the player to:

·        remove the item

·        leave the field of play at the next stoppage if the player is unable or unwilling to comply

A player who refuses to comply or wears the item again must be cautioned.

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