PK-Grade 2: Spring 2024 Registration Deadline-Feb 29

picSudbury Soccer is now accepting registrations for the Spring 2024 season!

The registration fee for Pre-K Mini Kickers is $150, Kindergarten and First grade players is $155; Second grade players is $195; Third to Eighth grade BAYS (Travel) players is $220; and for High School age players the cost is $325. New England Revolution Academy coaches will coach high school aged teams. 

The registration deadline for third to eighth grade players was on January 26, 2024. Several programs are full and teams formed. However, you can still register and you may be placed if there are openings off the Wait List, 

The deadline for Pre-K Mini Kickers to second grade players is February 29, 2024.

Academy Squad players already registered DO NOT need to re-register for the spring.

The Spring season begins the week of April 1st for second to eighth grade teams and April 6th for Mini Kickers and first grade teams. The season ends the weekend of June 8th.

Refund deadline dates are available on our website under the "About" and "Schedules" tab.

Schedules for Spring 2024 can be found here: 2024 Schedules

Program questions can be directed to: Ross Duncan - [email protected]

Registration questions can be directed to: Sandy Moore - [email protected]

Register Today!

Touches For C.H.A.N.G.E


Dear Sudbury Youth Soccer Families,  

Last season the New England Revolution community was phenomenal in taking part in a program through the Revolution C.H.A.N.G.E. Platform. Touches for C.H.A.N.G.E. raised an astonishing $20,000 for the Boston Center for Youth and Families (BCYF). 

Sudbury Youth Soccer was the second highest contributor with over $4,000 raised by our players and families! This program greatly impacted and improved the quality of access to soccer and soccer equipment for underserved children in the Boston area. 

We are thrilled to announce that Touches for C.H.A.N.G.E. has launched for a fourth season. The Revolution’s fundraising program has returned to secure funds to help impact even more participants at Boston Centers for Youth & Families, as well as increase awareness surrounding New England’s Black History. 

Click here to see a video about how past funds CHANGED Lives!

Photos from previous C.H.A.N.G.E. programs.

The official program will run from February 26 – March 2. Similar to last year Sudbury Youth Soccer has created a team page and donated three prizes (see below!). For each day during the week, there will be a set number of touches to perform on a soccer ball that correlates to a number of significance in New England Black History. Participants will also be able to complete a “Why I am completing my touches” sign to share on social media. Any program content on social media can be supported with #TouchesForChange.

To Summarize – There Are 3 Ways To Be Involved:

1) FUNDRAISE! Players click here to join our team to fundraise! We would love to see as many players, parents, coaches, referees and fans as possible join the fun! 

2) DONATE! Click here to make a donation to our Touches ForC.H.A.N.G.E team. Any donation is appreciated and a small amount can help supply equipment and change young players lives. 

3) TAKE PART! Download your poster and touches sheet, complete the challenges in February and post on social media using #TouchesForChange.


This year Sudbury Soccer has donated three ticket packages for the NE Revolution v Inter Miami (the MESSI MATCH!!!!) on Saturday, April 27, 2024 at 7:30pm for the top fundraisers:

#1 - Four CLUB LEVEL seats for the Inter Miami match

#2 - Four LOWER BOWL (just about midfield) seats for the Inter Miami match

#3 - Four CORNER seats for the Inter Miami match

Please join us in supporting this deserving cause!

Happy 50th Birthday Party-September 9th


Sudbury Youth Soccer 50th Anniversary Opening Weekend was celebrated on September 9th at Cutting Field. Sudbury Youth Soccer was presented with a Massachusetts State Senate and House of Representatives Citation for this accomplishment!

SYSA founder John Wilson was welcomed by State Representative, Jamie Eldridge and the entire Sudbury Youth Soccer Board of Directors at the ceremony.