In it's fourth year, this 12 week soccer program is a skills-based program and offers personal attention from coaches at South Shore Sports Center in Hingham. Each session is split between skills and scrimmages with professional coaches. It's a great way to stay in shape over the winter, improve skills and get ready for Spring Travel Soccer. The indoor sessions start Monday, November 19th and run for 12 consecutive weeks, except on Holidays until Monday March 4th. The program is held at South Shore Sports Center in Hingham. Space is limited to 36 players per session, so please be sure to register early.
Starting Monday, November 19th
Girls Grade K-2 4-4:45
Boys Grade K-2 4:45- 5:30
Girls Grades 3-45:00 - 6:00p
Boys Grades 3-4 5:30 - 6:30p
Girls Grades 5-8 6:00 - 7:00p
Boys Grades 5-8 6:30 - 7:30p
Tom & Eilleen Dunn:
Open online from Sep 1st - Sep 30th
In-Person registration will be held on Tuesday, Sep 25th, from 7-8:30p at HHS Library.
All Registrations are now done electronically, there are no paper registrations. You can register online any time during the registration period of six weeks, or attend one of the two in-person registration evenings and our Board Members will assist you in registering and/or be available to answer any questions. Family Discounts are now available online and you also have the option to pay be credit card or mail a check when registering online.
HYAA asks for your cooperation in respecting its eligibility rules (birthdates, grade level). Administrators and coaches make an earnest attempt to create balanced teams within each division and to provide equal opportunities to win and lose. We strongly encourage parents to register children online at: www.hyaa.net, it helps streamline the process and all of your information will be securely stored and accessed for future registrations. You will also receive HYAA's monthly eblast updates on HYAA events. If you register your child during late registration or after registration closes, you will be subject to a $25 late fee and subject to space availability. Parents are encouraged to participate in a positive manor and support their child while not disparaging other children. HYAA-It's More Fun When You Play!