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Who can play?

We have divisions for all players - from 3 year olds to end of High School.

Children as young as three years old can join if they are ready to kick a ball and play as part of a group.  In general, nursery schoolers should sign up for the "Pre-K" Division, kindergarteners for the "K" Division, first-graders for Division One, and so on.  First-grade girls and older have the option of choosing "all-girls" or "coed."

Covid info

In accordance with Montgomery County guidelines for COVID-19, masks are optional for players and spectators, but we encourage adults to wear masks if they are not vaccinated.  If anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please inform your coach or a league administrator and remain home.  Players who cannot attend school because of Covid protocols also are not allowed to attend soccer practices or games.  We will update these guidelines as necessary.

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  • Fall registration will open in July.

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  • March 18/19 - Season begins for Kindergarten and older
  • March 25/26 - Season begins for Pre-K-3 and Pre-K teams
  • May 20/21 - Season ends

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Times & Places

We play on fields in either Takoma Park or Silver Spring.  (Click here for a complete list.)

The "Pre-K" and "Pre-K-3" (pre-school) divisions play for one hour on the weekends.  You can choose morning (9 am or 10 am) or afternoon (4 pm, sometimes 3 pm), on Saturday or Sunday.

The "K" (kindergarten) division plays a 90-minute session on the weekends, fun instruction plus a friendly game.  You can choose Saturday (9:00, 10:30 or 3:30) or Sunday (10:00 or 3:30).

First-graders and older have a weekday practice and a weekend game.  All-girls teams always play on Sunday afternoon, and Co-ed teams play on Saturday.


Cleat Exchange

The Takoma Soccer Cleat Exchange is now located just outside the entrance to the Presbyterian Church gym at 310 Tulip Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912.  You can drop off a pair of extra cleats (please tie the laces together) or pick up a pair, all self-serve.  Look for a row of blue-painted wooden bins.  A special thanks to Kyle Gardner who constructed the bins for his Eagle Scout project.


Friendships born on the field of athletic strife are the real gold of competition.


Webmaster: Andrew Partan