Spring 2021 Registration is Open!

Registration is now open for the Milton Soccer Spring 2021 season.  Please note that registration will close on Sunday, January 8th.  Waitlist and late fees apply on January 9th. 


K-2+ LEAGUE:  The K-2+ program is open to boys and girls in grades Kindergarten through 2nd/3rd (second graders and those third graders that want to stay in town) and is offered in the fall and spring.   This program runs on Sundays for 75 minutes.  Each week features a skills session followed by a controlled game.  All training is supervised with professional instruction.  K-2+ is open to all Milton residents and students of all Milton Schools.  You must register on time to have player and coach requests considered.  All games are played in Milton.  

TRAVEL LEAGUE: Grades 3-8, games on Saturdays (5 home and 5 away games), weekday practices.   Travel plays in the BAYS league.  

PRE-K:  Registration is NOT open yet for our Pre-K program.  Pre-K registration announcements will be made on the Milton Soccer website, our Facebook page and via email from Steel Soccer to prior participants. If you have not participated, please contact Hannah Tucker, [email protected] to be added to the mailing list for registration announcements.  The Pre-K program is open to boys and girls age 3 through 5 and runs in the fall and spring.  Skills and fun sessions are conducted by professional instructors from Steel Soccer and sign-up for Pre-K is on the Steel Soccer website.  


We are currently following the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association Return to Soccer Activities Guidelines and will continue to follow the most current safety recommendations in the spring of 2021.  Please let us know if you have any questions. 

We look forward to seeing you all back for a fun spring season!  Please visit the Milton Soccer website https://miltonmasoccer.org for more information about all our programs as well as sign up online.  Feel free to contact Heather Montgomery at [email protected] with any registration questions.

No Room for Racism

No Room for Racism

Milton Soccer is committed to increasing player, coach, and board member diversity so that the program demographics accurately reflect that of our town. As an organization we stand behind and welcome all who wish to participate in Milton Soccer. By launching our ”No Room for Racism”  campaign, we want to show support for the families of Milton and renounce any racism they may have experienced in our town, schools, and sports. As a board we are making available No Room for Racism practice jerseys, beanies, and face masks that may be purchased in our Team Shop (available soon) and the voluntary wearing of these items.

We will also be displaying No Room for Racism banners at Milton Soccer Fields. We believe that the organization should be welcoming and actively anti-racist. Staying silent, especially now, shows acceptance of the status quo and our organization is committed to moving forward to a more welcoming and racially diverse program.

Milton soccer does not condone discrimination or bullying in any form. Practice jerseys, beanies, and masks will be available to parents who would like to purchase them, and it is a parental choice to have a player wear them.

Please click here if you would like to view and/or purchase these items from the store.  Thanks!


Milton Soccer Board

Return-To-Play Updates

Hi All,

It has been great seeing our young soccer players enjoying the Beautiful Game and the wonderful weather over the last two weekends. Thank you for following the Return-to-Play guidelines, working with our partners at Milton Health Care Fields in being patient and only parking in the appropriate lots, and supporting our young referees.

For your information, please see the referenced COVID-19 reporting procedures laid out by Mass Youth Soccer Association (www.mayouthsoccer.org/return-to-soccer-activities). In the case of a possible or confirmed case of COVID-19, the parent of the player should contact the Milton Soccer President ([email protected]) or COVID-19 Safety Officer ([email protected]) who will in turn contact the Milton Department of Public Health. Milton DPH will take it from there with contact tracing, etc. Please see the attached (and at the right side of the MYSA return-to-soccer activities website listed above) for further details.

Also, for Travel players-please see the BAYS COVID resources and modifications website for information specific to this season. Key points: All should be socially distanced (6’), wearing masks (players, coaches, and spectators), and 1 adult per player attending games.  The only exception is the rare case when a player is 6 or more feet away from any other player may take a “mask break” to catch their breath, drink, or eat.  


Let me know if you have any questions. Every game is a gift.


Bob Chen

President, Milton Soccer

Parking at Milton Healthcare Field

Please park in designated parking lots ONLY.  We are at risk of losing our permit to use these fields for soccer, effective immediately. We are guests in our use of the fields, the space around the fields, and the parking lots. Please be polite and patient, but DO park ONLY in either the lot immediately to the left as you enter from Neponset Valley Parkway, or the lot behind Milton Healthcare. If there are no spots available, please drop off and arrange pick up. Parks and Rec suggest that the Milton Board regulate the area during all weekdays and weekends. We need your help to ensure we maintain our field permit. If you see anyone parking on the grass, please ask them politely to park in the lots.

Thank you for following COVID-19 Return To Play guidelines last weekend. For the most part, spot checks by the Board suggest that we were all doing our part to socially distance and wear face coverings at all times. Let’s keep this up so that we can continue a successful and fun season. It was great to see all the players this weekend enjoying the Beautiful Game.  Every game is a gift!