I missed registration, can I still sign my child up for the fall?
but you will need to submit the necessary paperwork and registration fee
via mail. In order to be eligible
for the top travel team in the age group (ages U9 and above), your child
must be registered and attend assessments. For more information on late
registration and assessments, click
age groups are eligible to participate?
sponsors teams for boys and girls, starting at age 5 up to age 18,
depending upon interest.
child turns 5 years old this year, is she/he eligible to play?
For EPYSA current Age Group Chart, click
is the difference between "travel teams" and "recreational
is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Youth Soccer League (CPYSL), and
within CPYSL there are several Divisions -- Premier, I, II, and III. Premier, Division I and II teams are
defined as competitive travel divisions with Premier being the most
competitive. Division III is
considered a recreational division, but does play against other local
clubs and will travel to other clubs' sites.
far do "travel teams" travel?
regular season games are against CPYSL clubs, most of which are located
in the south central Pennsylvania area.
child is not interested in playing on a travel team, why do they have to
participate in the skill assessments?
is not uncommon for age groups to have multiple recreational teams that
could eventually play against one another. Thus, in an effort to balance
the skill levels between these teams, we ask all players to participate
in the skill assessments held in the spring.
do the seasons start?
the spring season, the U9 and older programs will begin practice in early
March with games scheduled for the first weekend of April. The U6/U8 program will begin the third
week of April.
the fall, U9 and older programs begin practice in early August, while the
U6/U8 programs typically begin the first week of school. Specific dates will be announced later.
do players get a uniform?
U9 and older, DASC negotiates uniform pricing, selects the styles,
assigns the numbers, and then connects parents directly to the vendor to
place the order and pay for the uniform.
For Fall this will occur in June, and for Spring this will occur
in February. DASC currently uses
Angelo’s Soccer Corner, and the approximate cost of the uniform is $55.
U6/U8 DASC provides each player with a uniform and the fee is included
with the registration fee.
than the uniform, what equipment is needed?
guards are mandatory. In addition, players should bring their own ball to
practice (see next question for appropriate ball size). Soccer cleats are
not required, but most players prefer them to sneakers. Also, players are encouraged to bring a
water bottle or other drink to practices and games.
it matter what size soccer ball we bring?
program uses a Size 3 ball.
U10, U11 and U12 use a Size 4 ball.
and up use a Size 5 ball.
have photos and other information I would like to include on the DASC
website. How do I go about doing
web-site is maintained by Mike Flowers, also the Club's tournament
director. If you have any information or questions you would like
included on the page, or if you have photos that you think will add to
the page, please contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org. DASC reserves
the right to determine what information will and will not appear on its