For Seattle United players that have been accepted onto a 2014-15 Seattle United team, you need to register with the club. Please go to the Accepted Player Registration Information Page to review the notes for Accepted Players and then proceed to club registration.
Please note: If you are applying for financial aid for the 2014-15 season, you will need to register for the proper category online. These categories include: a) 2014-15 Premier Financial Aid Player Registration, b) 2014-15 Classic Select Financial Aid Player Registration, and c) 2014-15 Community Select Financial Aid Player Registration.
After careful planning and consideration, Seattle United has selected Korrio as our sports automation platform to elevate our game, both on and off the field. Korrio is designed to make registration easy and fun for our members. We are working hard on the transition, and have imported all member information to Korrio already. All current players and families will receive an e-mail notification once registration is open with information regarding your family's login for Korrio.
For Tryout Volunteer Sign-up
There are a number of different volunteer assignments, including Greeter, Registration Support, Wristband distribution, and First Aid Support. Assignments are 1.5 hours. Click HERE for more information.
Use this link to register for any of the great supplemental programs that SU organizes for players within SYSA.
See Programs for more details on each program
Players must have valid WYS insurance. To participate in any practices or games during the summer, players must be registered and thus have WYS insurance coverage for the 2013-14 season which lasts from 9/1/2013 to 8/31/2014.
This is already in effect for returning Seattle United players, SYSA players and players from other WYS associations. It is not in effect for those who played only in US Club Soccer or on CYO teams.
We have set up an insurance only registration for the latter players at a cost of $20. Click here to proceed with the insurance registration
Washington Youth Soccer and US Youth Soccer group players by age to ensure a fair and competitive playing environment.
Note that the age grouping does not match completely with the Seattle Public School age calendar. It occasionally happens that a child may not be able to play with the other children in their school grade. This usually happens when a child has a birthday in August or September.
The chart below shows the Under team levels. Find the month and year of your child's birth, then look at the Levels in the left column to find the appropriate age group they need to play in.
Use this chart to determine the appropriate age group for your player for the 2014-15 season.