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High School Indoor League

The High School Indoor League is an "in-house", non-travel soccer program for high school players  between the ages of 15 and 19. 

Boys and Girls divisions are offered. 

The focus of the league is to provide high school players with additional playing opportunities outside of their school season (or between winter club travel tournaments) where they can have fun and improve their skills and confidence on the field.

There are no team practices in High School Indoor League, only games.  Games are played on Monday nights between January and March.

Players of all skill and ability level are encouraged to participate.  The league is typically structured into A and B divisions (similar to Varsity/JV in school) and each team or player can choose the division that best fits their individual needs for fun, success, and growth.

Games are played under the following format:

  • Game Length - 40 minutes (two 20 minute halves)
  • 5 vs 5  (4 field players + GK)
  • Magic FC club Futsal rules in effect (see document below)

Players and parents are encouraged to organize their own teams, but individuals wanting to play who do not have a team are welcome to sign up as "unattached/free agent" players.


2021 Winter Season

  • The High School Indoor League will play 8 match weeks in the 2021 season.
  • There will be two divisions this season:  A and B
  • Each division will have a Girls and a Boys grouping, for a total of four divisions in the league.
  • Depending on participation levels (or stated preferences of registered teams) the A and B divisions may need to merge to create a viable league, or the league format may need to be adjusted.  Any teams that have registered for a specific division will be consulted prior to any merging taking place.  If the new division format is not agreeable, you will have the option of dropping out with a full refund.
  • While not mandated for High School Indoor League, it's suggested that each team have a parent, coach, or manager present on the sideline each game. If no adult is able to fill this role, then one member of the roster will be designated as the captain (ie. player-coach) and will assume responsibility for the role.

Season Details:

  • Start Date: January 4th
  • End Date:  March 1st
  • Each team plays 8 games
  • Game Times: Between 7:00 PM and 10:00 PM
  • Roster Size: 8 player minimum
  • All league games will be refereed
  • Cost: $80 per player or $640 per team
  • Deadline to register is Sunday, December 27

Match Days (Monday):

  • January 4
  • January 11 
  • January 25
  • February 1
  • February 8
  • February 15
  • February 22
  • March 1

Game Times and Location:

All winter 2021 league games will be played at he Fore Seasons Golf Dome.

Due to unknown registration numbers and facility usage needs, actual times may be subject to change as the season gets closer.  Final schedules will not be announced until after the registration session is completed.

COVID-19 Rules for Spectators

Parents and guardians will be allowed into the facility to watch Youth League games this season.  However, the following policies will be expected to be followed to maintain compliance with the safety guidelines of the State and the playing facilities.

1. Limit Crowd Sizes

For each player, we are requesting that only the immediate parents or guardians come to watch the games.  This means no more than two spectators per player, but ideally only one parent should attend to minimize crowd sizes.

2. Wear a Mask

All spectators must wear a mask while they are watching games. 

Players should wear a mask while in the building lobby, or when suiting up for the games off field.  Once players are on the field playing or warming-up, they can play without a mask on.

3. Spread Out / Distancing

Parents will be allowed to watch outside of the main spectator/bleacher area.  By allowing parents to stand near the fields to watch the games, we hope to avoid crowding issues around the bleachers and to successfully implement some social distancing. 

We would like small groups of roughly 4 people to watch from each corner area of the field.  In these corner areas, parents should be able to spread out without interfering with gameplay.  The remaining spectators can then watch from the bleachers (and possibly the balcony) without experiencing overcrowding.

See the field map below for an example of spectator areas near the field.

4. Allow Groups to Transition Between Games

There will be a 10-15 minute buffer between each round of games.  During this time, each group should have sufficient opportunity to transition on/off the field without creating traffic jams in the lobby and field areas.

If a team is waiting to take the field to warm-up, please let the team from the previous game completely leave the area before moving on.   There should be open spaces around the batting cages and putting greens where the team's can distance while waiting for the previous teams to exit.

These rules will be subject to change as the season progresses.  Depending on how things evolve, they could be relaxed or become more restrictive.  We will not have someone going around acting as the COVID police, so we are asking that everyone does their part to comply with the guidelines that are necessary to keep everyone safe and allow us to have a soccer season this winter.

Free Agent Players

Players wanting to participate in league but who do not currently have a team are encouraged to register individually. 

League organizers will make every effort to place you on a team in the division of your choice, however please keep in mind that when registering individually we cannot guarantee entry, as there are sometimes constraints that will prevent placement on other rosters.