Braintree Youth Soccer

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Junior Academy is a Spring program open to 1st and 2nd graders in Braintree.

Cost for the program is $85

The Junior Academy is a skills-oriented development program for first and second grade players wishing to hone their skills in preparation for future competitive play in the Braintree Travel Soccer program. The season begins at the end of February with indoor winter training sessions on Sundays, continues with weekly practice and games on Sunday mornings starting April and ends in June with a “WORLD CUP CELEBRATION”

Teams are comprised of 1st & 2nd graders and games take place on Sunday mornings at East Middle School. Program is through Braintree Travel Soccer, but NO travel at this age. There are no tryouts for this division as everyone is placed on a team as long as they are registered.

Registration for the junior academy will be online only!

For the low registration fee of $85.00, players receive a full uniform, 4-5 indoor sessions of professional training, 9 weeks of outdoor practices and games followed by “World Cup Celebration” consisting of multiple games, team parade and pizza.

*There is no sibling discount option available for this program.

Saturday Nov 2, 2019 - Fall 2019 Week 9 / End of Season


(Updated 10/19/2019)

Eighth Grade Night!

Spring 2020 Travel Soccer Tryouts Update ...

Saturday 10/26

  • 5/6 Grade Boys 3:00-4:15pm
  • 3/4 Grade Boys 4:30-5:45pm
  • BHS Side Turf

NO Travel Soccer Tryouts this SUNDAY 10/27 for 7/8 Grade Boys

Tuesday 10/29

  • 7/8 Grade Boys 6-7pm
  • Braintree High School
  • Stadium Turf Field

*You must be registered prior to tryouts*

Fall Soccer Reminder: No Earrings

Parents - here is your annual reminder to avoid getting your player's ears pierced for the beginning of the school year. No earrings or jewelry of any kind may be worn (exception: jewelry expressing a medical condition). No, you may not tape over the earrings; they must be removed in order to play.

Also: Footwear

For safety reasons please wear only soccer shoes, or sneakers.

Per BYS Rule of Play / Section 2.4 Equipment:

  • 2.4.8 ONLY soccer style footwear will be allowed during the games. “Soccer” footwear consists of soft toed footwear with rubber style cleats, indoor type soccer footwear or tennis shoes/sneakers. NO football, baseball, or any footwear that has a cleat in the middle of the front toe box area. NO METAL cleats will be allowed.

Ned Wilson, our unofficial mascot, has gone to chase rabbits in heaven. He was part of the BYS family for 14 years and the happiest and friendliest member of BYS. We will miss him always.

SUNDAY Sept. 29, 2019 - BYS Night at the REVS!!


  • New England REVOLUTION vs. New York City Football Club

Kickoff - 5:00 PM

Gillette Stadium Foxboro, MA

Corner tickets only $17 (normally $35)

FREE Parking and Tailgating

For Tickets, contact Adam Ringius

BYS 9-29 Flyer.pdf

2019 Fall Registration is STILL OPEN!!!

Welcome to 2019 Fall Soccer registration. This is a town-based recreational league for boys and girls in grades K-8 who reside in or attend school in Braintree. The goal of the league is to promote the game of Soccer and to allow everyone to enjoy the game and have fun.

2019 Fall BYS Prices

1st Family Member $90.00

2nd Family Member $55.00

3rd Family Member $30.00

Family Max $175.00

*All players must be registered together at the same time to receive the family discount! Discount applied at checkout*

The league is organized into boys and girls divisions by grade. This allows the players to be grouped with others of similar skill level and size, ensuring fairness of play. The divisions are

  • B-K (Boys Kindergarten), G-K (Girls Kindergarten), B-1st Grade, G-1st Grade, B-2, G-2, B-3, G-3, B-4, G-4.
  • Grades 5/6 and 7/8 are combined into B-5/6, G-5/6, B-7/8 and G-7/8.
  • We also offer a High School Division for any High Schoolers who are not playing HS soccer and wish to continue their BYS experience.

The format for the Kindergarten and 1st Grade Divisions is Micro Soccer. This is played on a small field with only 4 players per side, allowing all players an opportunity to touch the ball as much as possible. Games are fast moving and free flowing.

The 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade Divisions play on medium sized fields with small goals. At this level traditional soccer rules are applied, positional play becomes important and boundaries are enforced.

The 5/6 Grade Divisions and 7/8 Grade Divisions play on larger (5/6) and full-size (7/8) regulation fields. Some of these games even occur at night. This is the big leagues, with a draft, standings and play-offs.

Play begins on the first Saturday after Labor Day in September for all grades. The season ends at the end of October / beginning of November for Divisions K-4, and early- to mid-November for Divisions with play-offs.

All games are played on Saturday at either East Middle School or Thayer Academy South Athletic Complex. A few evening games are played at Braintree High School for players in 5/6 or 7/8 grade Divisions.

A coach will contact you in late August with information regarding your team and schedule.

Practices are scheduled at the coaches discretion.

Volunteers are needed!

Please consider volunteering as a coach, assistant coach, director or field crew! You don't need to be a soccer expert to coach - and, we pay for your training!

Attention High School Students:

Do you miss BYS? Do you still want to play rec soccer? If you are not playing on a high school team then join our HS division. Games are on Saturday mornings at South Middle School-no practices, just games. We began this division in 2015 and had a blast! Watch for more info in the fall...

Please Note -

When registering, please make sure that all account information is correct - email, phone, address. This is where we get your contact info from. If your account has incorrect/old contact information then we will not be able to contact you!

Any questions please email

Parking at East Middle School

There will be continued challenges due to construction at East this year. We would like to thank everyone in advance for their help with all listed below:

  • Please be courteous to our neighbors
  • There is only one vehicular entrance to the East fields this season (gate next to the gymnasium) which means there is only one way to get an emergency vehicle onto the fields if necessary. Please respect the coned off areas in the East parking lot and make sure there is enough room for an emergency vehicle to get through. This is a major safety concern for the Town of Braintree and Braintree Youth Soccer.
  • Police detail/patrol will be hired for the first 4 weeks of the season, violations will be handed out as they see fit
  • Gates will be open at Marshall Street and Greenhouse Way – drop off area will be coned off
  • Cones will line Marshall Street and Greenhouse Way at driveways to prevent encroachment
  • Cones will also line the two islands at Greenhouse Way
  • The Town of Braintree and Braintree Youth Soccer are asking that families carpool as much as possible. Overflow parking/park and ride option is Braintree Council on Aging, located at 71 Cleveland Avenue, Braintree. The town has given us the go ahead to park on Penniman Field if the lined spots are all taken.
  • One option: park at the Braintree Council on Aging, stop by MaryL**'s and pick up an iced coffee, then enjoy a nice leisurely walk to the fields!

East Middle School Fields

In case of inclement weather, be sure to check the BYS Web Site

The primary goals of Braintree Youth Soccer are to foster, encourage and educate the youth of Braintree in the sport of soccer. We provide the opportunity for the youth of Braintree to develop and participate in recreational activity in order to instill in all young people the ideals of good sportsmanship, loyalty and courage

Source: BYS Articles of Organization

All coaches, referees, parents, spectators, and most importantly, players are expected to encourage and promote sportsmanship.

The BYS Fall Program is a recreational league for children residing and/or attending school in Braintree. Players must be in Grades K through 8 to play. The goal of the league is to promote Soccer and to allow everyone to enjoy the game. more...

The Spring Travel season begins in April with playoffs held mid June. Player development is key throughout the winter and spring season with training sessions held regularly. more...