Online registration for the new season of indoor soccer is now available. Nelson Youth Soccer encourages players to sign up now as spaces are filling up quickly.

Nelson Youth Soccer online registration open

The indoor soccer season is upon us, and Nelson Youth Soccer is now ready to start taking online registrations.

  • Sep. 23, 2014 11:00 a.m.

The indoor soccer season is upon us, and Nelson Youth Soccer is now ready to start taking online registrations.

“It has been a lot of work getting this up and running on such a short time,” said Chuck Bennett, Nelson Youth Soccer chair.

“However our volunteers have really done a great job getting this going so quickly.”

Registrations were available online at nys.ca last Monday and already registrations are rolling in for the 2014/15 fall and winter sessions.

Registration will be open until October 8 with early bird pricing available until October 3. Youth and adult programs will be running at the indoor soccer facility, 308 Cedar Street in Nelson, starting October 14.

“There are no major changes from last year’s format,” said Bennett.

The mini leagues will continue to be held on the weekends for those young players aged four to seven years old. The youth leagues, ages eight to 14-plus years old will run weekdays. There will also be a rep development program similar to previous years as well as the usual variety of adult leagues.

“Space is always limited so please register early to avoid disappointment,” added Bennett. “We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you on the field.”

Nelson Youth Soccer recently purchased the indoor facility and have been somewhat under the gun to get the programming and registration up and running.

“It hasn’t been without its challenges, and I am sure there will still be a few more glitches as we learn how to offer indoor programming,” said Bennett. “We again are going to really count on the patience and understanding our membership.”

For more information contact Nelson Youth Soccer at our new indoor phone number and email address, which is indoorsoccer@nys.ca and 250-551-6974.

You can also find all of this information on our website at nys.ca.

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