FCA Soccer


FCA Soccer

Starting Fall of 2022 youth soccer on Bethel's campus is now powered by FCA Sports. FCA's programs introduce athletes to the game at an early age and quickly enable them to build their skills, speed, strength, and stamina. Our vision is to see our FCA Soccer players develop mentally, athletically, spiritually, and socially, into complete athletes who excel both on and off the field. FCA Soccer leagues offer a full season of practices and games, with rules and game structures in place to maximize opportunities that each player has with the ball.

**Registration for Fall 2022 Coming Soon!**

FCA Soccer


Bethel's FCA Soccer program occurs in the Fall of each year.

Eligible soccer players are boys & girls, aged Pre-K through Grade 6.

Please note that soccer players must be age 4 by August 31st.  

Soccer Season consists of 9 weeks of practice and 7 games.

Teams are assigned a weekly practice night. Practices are one hour long and always occur on the same night of the week.

Games, too, are just a one-hour commitment and occur on Saturdays. Game times may vary from week to week.

  • Early to mid May - Registration (Coming Soon!)
  • July 9 -- Early registration pricing ends
  • July 9th -- First evaluation day
  • July 29 -- Registration Ends
  • July 23 -- Final evaluation day
  • August 29 -- First week of practices
  • September 10 -- First game day
  • October 22 -- Final regular season games
  • October 22 -- End of season celebration
  • October 29 -- 5th/6th Grade Division Tournament
  • Reversible Jersey
  • Soccer Shorts
  • Soccer Socks
  • Water Bottle
  • Parent's Guide

Each player will complete a series of skill assessments to best assure the teams will be as equal as possible.


Players may arrive at the Bethel gym anytime between 8 am to 10 am, try on sample uniforms and complete the parent evaluation form.  There will be a series of drills set up on the field that are optional for your player to participate in.  These drills will assist the parent in completing the evaluation form of their player's skills.  Wearing soccer cleats and shin guards is encouraged.


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