Colleyville Soccer Association


LATE REGISTRATION is OPEN until Saturday, Sept. 6TH!!!

Fall 2014 Season begins SEPTEMBER 6TH!!!

LATE Registration Fun Facts:
  • $150 registration fee for all Colleyville residents
  • $165 registration fee for all Non-Colleyville residents
  • Registration fee INCLUDES YOUR UNIFORM game day jersey, shorts and socks
  • Registration fee ALSO INCLUDES our awesome MONDAY NIGHT FUTBOL Skills Program presented by our Evolution coaches!
  • LATE registrants are NOT guaranteed to return to their former team, they are assigned to the team most in need of players in their age division
  • Buddy draft requests are not accepted in late registration

MONDAY NIGHT FUTBOL will return for the Fall 2014 season!! CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!

Scroll down to the bottom of this page for a link to GAME SCHEDULES


You can Register Now for Academy Teams and our Skills Development Program for Fall 2014!

Competitive Teams (U11+) have concluded their tryouts and signed their 2014-15 rosters. There are still a few spots left, and we are also offering Development options for U12 boys and U11 girls players, so if you're still looking for a Competitive option please contact us!

To find out more about Evo, please click here to visit the Evolution Home page or contact our program Director, Tommy Johnson at or Director of Coaching, Mark Scannell at


CSA is seeking both youth and adult referees ages 13 and up.

Benefits of being a soccer referee: Decent Pay (Avg week's pay: $26 - $78 based on 2 - 6 U4/5 games - more if working higher level games). Work your own schedule. Be an expert on the rules of the game. Earn the respect & admiration of peers. Great exercise. Share soccer with your kids or friends. Contribute to your community. Help develop character & sportsmanship in youth. Become a better coach / player.

People who love soccer can help the game by becoming a referee. If there were no referees, there would be no game.

Refereeing is Responsible, Challenging and Satisfying, and will give you...
  • Enjoyment
  • Exercise
  • Commitment
  • Money
  • Job Experience
  • Communication skills
  • Increased confidence
  • People-management skills
  • Decision making skills under mental & physical pressure
  • College scholarship eligibility

Re-certification of existing referees is accomplished by an online test found here: referee/gradesandclinic.aspx
Initial certification as a referee is accomplished by successfully completing an online review of basic rules and either a 5 hour (Grade 9: U8 and below games, min age 12) or 8 hour (Grade 8: U14 and below games, min age 13) clinic. Local clinics are scheduled on weekends during January and February. Clinic info & registration can be found here: referee/gradesandclinic.aspx

For additional information on becoming a referee, go to, or contact our VP of Referees at

Click here for the SPRING 2014 Practice Field Assignment Schedule (it is also posted at the fields!)

RECREATIONAL SOCCER SCHEDULES!!! Recreational Leagues ONLY use these links!
SPRING 2014 game schedules: