Fall Player Registration

QUEST YOUTH SOCCER FALL INFORMATION

Quest Recreational soccer is designed to provide a fun and enjoyable environment for kids. We incorporate social interaction, motor skill and technical development through the game of soccer. We provide a full-service recreational soccer experience including season administration (player registration, team formation, league scheduling), referees, practice space, and game equipment. All soccer players in the Quest Youth Recreational program receive uniforms, player evaluation opportunities (U5-U10), and supplemental player's insurance. All coaches in the Quest Youth Recreational soccer program are parent volunteers.

All recreational games are played at Quest Fields at Dow Park – 801 East P St Deer Park, TX 77536.   

Your Quest Recreational League fees go towards supporting and providing the following items:

1. Volunteer coach support from the Youth Director of Coaching

2. Uniform (includes jersey, shorts, socks).

3. Field and equipment maintenance.

4. 8 league games.

5. Referee costs.

6. Player Insurance.

7. Texas Player and Bay Area player registration.

Schedule of fees

U4          $125  After August 21, 2017, $145
U5-U6     $175  After August 21, 2017, $195
U7-U13   $200  After August 21, 2017, $220
U14-U19 $220  After August 21, 2017, $240

 

Practices

Each team's practice times will vary.  The youngest teams, U4 will be meeting on Saturdays only, U5 & U6 will have one optional practice a week.  U7 & U8 will have one optional practice a week. U9 and older teams will hold 2 practices a week. However, each team is unique, and their days and times may vary and change.  Each team will communicate these specifics with their families.  If there is a time or night of the week that you cannot practice, please make note of it during the registration process.      

AGE GROUP

 OVERVIEW

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U4 (2014)

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· RUN BY THE YOUTH DIRECTOR WITH HELP FROM PARENT VOLUNTEERS

· SEVEN SATURDAY MORNINGS FOR 45 MINUTES 

· SMALL-SIDED COED GAMES

· SIZE 3 BALL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A performance FABRIC T-SHIRT AND SEASON MEDAL 

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Mini Majors

U5 (2013)
U6 (2012)

· THE 'NEW BALL METHOD'

· OPTIONAL PRACTICE ONCE A WEEK

· 7-9 GAMES ON SATURDAYS (POTENTIAL SUNDAY GAMES DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS)

· 4V4 PLAYING FORMAT

· 4 QUARTERS (8 MINUTES EACH)

· RECREATIONAL PLAY 50% PLAYING TIME

· SIZE 3 BALL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A full uniform (jersey, shorts and socks) AND SEASON MEDAL 

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Liga One

U7 (2011)

· OPTIONAL PRACTICE ONCE A WEEK

· 7-9 GAMES ON SATURDAYS (POTENTIAL SUNDAY GAMES DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS)

· 5V5 PLAYING FORMAT

· GOALKEEPERS

· 4 QUARTERS (10 MINUTES EACH)

· RECREATIONAL PLAY 50% PLAYING TIME

· SIZE 3 BAL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A full uniform (jersey, shorts and socks) AND SEASON MEDAL

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Texas player league (TPL)

U8 (2010)

U9 (2009)

· 7V7 PLAYING FORMAT (quest does not control schedule)

· GOALKEEPERS

· SINGLE CENTER REFEREE

· LEAGUE INCLUDES BAY AREA PARTNERS 

· GAMES ARE PLAYED Against other Bay Area Clubs

· OPTIONAL PRACTICE twice A WEEK 

· 7-9 GAMES ON SATURDAYS (POTENTIAL SUNDAY GAMES DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS)

· 2 HALVES (25 MINUTES EACH)

· RECREATIONAL PLAY 50% PLAYING TIME

· NO HEADING/NO PUNTING 

· LEAGUE STANDINGS and bay area PLAY-OFFS

· OPTIONAL preSEASON TOURNAMENT (ADDITIONAL FEE)

· SIZE 4 BALL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A full uniform (jersey, shorts and socks)

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Texas player league (TPL)

U10 (2008)

U11 (2007)

· 9V9 PLAYING FORMAT (quest does not control schedule)

· GOALKEEPERS

· 3 Person referee crew

· LEAGUE INCLUDES BAY AREA PARTNERS 

· GAMES ARE PLAYED Against other Bay Area Clubs

· HOME GAMES PLAYED AT

· 7-9 GAMES ON SATURDAYS AND/OR SUNDAY AFTERNOONS 

· 2 HALVES (30 MINUTES EACH)

· RECREATIONAL PLAY 50% PLAYING TIME 

· NO HEADING/NO PUNTING 

· league standings – South texas playoffs and state championship

· OPTIONAL PreSEASON TOURNAMENT (ADDITIONAL FEE)

· SIZE 4 BALL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A full uniform (jersey, shorts and socks)

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Texas player league (TPL)

U12 (2006)

U13 (2005)

· 11v11 PLAYING FORMAT (Quest Does not control schedule)

· GOALKEEPERS

· 3 Person referee crew

· LEAGUE INCLUDES BAY AREA PARTNERS 

· GAMES ARE PLAYED Against other Bay Area Clubs

· HOME GAMES PLAYED AT

· 7-9 GAMES ON SATURDAYS AND/OR SUNDAY AFTERNOONS 

· 2 HALVES (35 MINUTES EACH)

· RECREATIONAL PLAY 50% PLAYING TIME 

· NO HEADING/NO PUNTING 

· league standings – South texas playoffs and state championship

· OPTIONAL PreSEASON TOURNAMENT (ADDITIONAL FEE)

· SIZE 5 BALL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A full uniform (jersey, shorts and socks)

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Texas player league (TPL)

U14 (2004)

U15 (2003)
U16 (2002)
U17 (2001)
U18 (2000)
U19 (1999)

· 7V7 OR 11V11 PLAYING FORMAT

· OPTIONAL ONE OR TWO PRACTICES PER WEEK

· 2 HALVES (40-45 MINUTES EACH)

· 7V7 FORMAT PLAYS IN-HOUSE LEAGUE

· 11V11 FORMAT PLAYS IN BAYSA LEAGUE (Quest DOES NOT CONTROL SCHEDULE)

· FALL SEASON: MID-SEPTEMBER TO MID-NOVEMBER 

· SPRING SEASON: MID-MARCH TO LATE MAY (DUE TO HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER)

· DEPENDING ON THE NUMBER OF REGISTRATIONS LSC MAY FORM TEAMS TO PLAY SMALL SIDED GAMES

· LSC DOES NOT PAY FOR ANY TOURNAMENTS INCLUDING PLAY-OFFS

· SIZE 5 BALL

· PLAYERS RECEIVE A full uniform (jersey, shorts and socks)

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