Registration for the Fall 2021 Southern Nevada Soccer Association youth league season is now open! Fall league play starts on or after September 11, 2021 and concludes on or before November 13, 2021.
SNSA will offer youth league play in boys and all-girls divisions for players born between 8/1/2007 - 7/31/2017 through our Henderson United and Southern Highlands United youth league programs. Registration fees include 8-9 league games, uniform (jersey, shorts, socks), accident insurance, reserved game & practice fields, referee fees (U7-U14) and coach screening & training. Games are projected to be played at Heritage Park (U7-U14), Anthem Hills Park (U7-U12), Acacia Park (U5-U6) and Olympia Park (U5-U14); most games are on Saturdays, but divisions with an odd number of teams may have one weeknight game.
We also offer our Mini Kickers program for boys and girls born between 8/1/2017 - 7/31/2018. The program consists of six Saturday sessions with a training component conducted by our Mini Kickers technical trainer, followed by 3v3 game play. Games are expected to be played at Acacia Park in Henderson.
The on-time registration deadline for the Fall 2021 season is July 19, 2021; we will accept registration after 7/19 on a space-available basis (may be subject to a late fee). Learn soccer skills in a fun and positive environment - register for an SNSA youth league today!
Southern Nevada Soccer Association (SNSA) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2001 to provide a full range of soccer services to the Henderson and Las Vegas community for players of all ages and ability levels. We offer youth developmental programs through our Henderson United and Southern Highlands® United recreational leagues, youth competitive programs through our Heat FC competitive club, and an adult soccer program through our SNSA Adult League. SNSA is committed to player, coach and referee development, with league-funded training programs and camps conducted by professional and licensed training staff. SNSA's mission is to promote self-esteem, sportsmanship, integrity, teamwork, fitness, skill and achievement through playing the game of soccer. With over 7,000 annual participants in our programs, SNSA is the largest soccer organization in Southern Nevada.
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT FOR COMPETITIVE SUCCESS
Heat FC is the competitive soccer club of Southern Nevada Soccer Association (SNSA), a non-profit organization dedicated to excellence in the development of competitive youth soccer players. Under the direction of Competitive Program Director Eric McDonald, Heat FC offers a variety of services and programs that fully reflect the commitment and vision of its parent organization.
The vision of Heat FC is to offer players and their families a superior competitive soccer experience. Based on excellence in developing players to their highest potential for competitive play in a team environment as well as for personal achievement both on and off the field, Heat FC strives to become the club of choice for players, their families and top-level coaches dedicated to youth soccer. We believe that player development is the foundation of competitive success – it is what we do and what we achieve.
The mission of Heat FC is to provide programs and services that will support the development of individual players in the technical, tactical, physical and psychological aspects of the game throughout their youth soccer career. Our commitment to the development of a soccer player is not only the key to competitive success, but also a meaningful part of lifetime education. We facilitate our commitment by providing:
If you are ready for next-level soccer, check out Heat FC!
HEAT FC WEBSITE
Southern Nevada Soccer Association enthusiastically supports the UNLV men's and women's soccer programs, and the recently-established College of Southern Nevada men's and women's soccer programs We believe that collegiate soccer benefits the community, and provides opportunities for student-athletes in Southern Nevada to continue to pursue their academic and athletic goals without having to leave their home town. Over the years, SNSA has worked with UNLV to provide player training and coach education through camps and clinics, and participated in SNSA group events at UNLV men's and women's games; we look forward to continuing this relationship in the years ahead, and establishing a similar relationship with the CSN program. Click on the links below for schedules for the UNLV and CSN Men's and Women's Soccer programs, and show your support for local athletes by attending their games!