Home

Picture Day is July 9, at Riverside Park. The Picture Schedule can be found here. Please note that there are three stations. if you do not see your team listed on the first page, it will be on either of the next two.

Summer Rec Soccer
The game schedules can be found here.

The teams are full and registration is closed for the season.

The US Soccer Federation has changed youth registration to a system based on the players year of birth. Players will now be placed in leagues based on their birth year. To be eligible for the UCYSA youth rec league, players must be born in the years 2001 through 2011.

Recreation Soccer Philosophy
The aim of the rec soccer program is to provide an opportunity for kids to learn soccer skills, have fun, enjoy friendships, get some exercise, and instill a passion for the game of soccer. It is all about helping kids stay healthy and active.

Recreation soccer is not competitive soccer. It is not about winning games, but simply the joy of playing them. There is no official score keeping, league standings, or playoffs. Instead, there are 650 kids enjoying a game, learning new skills, and making friends during the beautiful summer evenings of July and August.

Union County United Soccer Club
Union County United is the competitive soccer program of UCYSA. The purpose of the program is to facilitate player development, by coaching technical ability, tactical understanding, and life skills. Individual development – not winning games at all costs – is the objective of this program.

UC United Travel Teams
The UC United travel teams are competitive travel teams. There are gender specific u13 and u15 teams, in the fall and spring seasons. Each team will travel to Boise up to four times for Saturday doubleheaders in the Idaho District 3 fall league, and there will be additional games against teams from Eastern Oregon and SE Washington. Each team is limited in size, and players are selected for the teams at tryouts. Anyone who is age eligible is welcome to tryout. The U15 teams are for players in the 7th and 8th grades. The U13 teams are for players who are in the 5th and 6th grades. Prospects are encouraged to attend all of the tryout sessions for their team. Registration fees will be refunded for anyone not selected for a team.

Union County United U10 Program
The U10 development league, sponsored by Moda Health, is open to all players age 7-9. It is a developmental league for players who desire additional playing opportunities in the fall, and want to advance their soccer skills. Games are played locally in September and October.

UCYSA is a local not-for profit volunteer organization serving the Youth of Union County, Oregon.