Winter Soccer Session #1 Registration Completed, Session #2 Remains Open


We are pleased to once again offer several unique soccer skills programs to grade K-8 players during the indoor period from November to March. Many of the programs will take place right here in Sudbury at The Field House. New this winter, both Session 1 and Session 2 registrations will open at the same time for advanced planning.

These programs are a great way for your soccer player to keep playing the sports they love when it it cold and snowy outside! Please visit the Indoor Programs page to learn more about the grade level specific offerings ranging from Soccer FUNdamentals for the younger (K-1) players to Winter Development School, Futsal and Winter Games @ Forekicks for older players. 

Some sessions have limited available of 16 players per group, so make sure to sign up today! Please note that the Winter Development Schools are Co-Ed. When possible, we will make every attempt to balance the number of boys and girls in each session.

Winter Session #1 begins on November 11 and ends on January 26. 

Indoor Session #2 begins the week on January 27 and goes until March 29.

View All The Indoor Program Options Here

End of Season Coaches Soccer Gear Return

soccer balls

Attention All Fall Team Coaches!

Once your season is over and you are coaching in the spring, please keep your gear bag over the winter.   If you are not coaching in the spring but one of your assistants will be taking over as head coach, please give him/her your team’s bag.

Otherwise, please remove all non-SYSA items from your bag and return it to SYSA by leaving it against the garage doors at 26 Flintlock Lane.  

Thank you for volunteering this past season.  Your time and effort are greatly appreciated. Any questions, please email Andy at [email protected]

Pictures from our visit with the Revs Diego Fagundez


On Wednesday, September 18th, New England Revolution Midfielder Diego Fagundez visited Sudbury! He spent a few hours signing autographs, taking pictures and meeting all those who visited. 

Diego became the first Homegrown Player signing in New England Revolution history on Nov. 15, 2010 and is the first Homegrown field player to log 10,000 minutes in MLS and youngest player to record 100 appearances and 25 goals in league history.

Only 24 years old, he is a nine-year MLS veteran ranks inside the top five in club history in games played, goals, assists, shots, and shots on target. Diego is the youngest player in MLS history to reach 50 career regular season goals scored at 23 years, 254 days old and youngest player in MLS history to make 200 career appearances.

Thanks for visiting Sudbury Diego!