A second registration session will be run March 5, 6:30-8:30 at the Elks.   Still in a waiting pattern about when practice will start.

Registration for Spring 2015 Travel Teams and Kickers will be Wednesday, February 4 at the North Adams Elks from 6:30PM-8:30PM.  Practices for teams will begin as soon as the snow clears with the season starting in early April.  

Spring 2015 Age Breakdown

Here are the Age Brackets for the Spring 2015 season:

  • U14 Teams: Players Born between 8/1/2000 and 7/31/2002
  • U12 Teams: Born between 8/1/2002 and 7/31/2004
  • U10 Teams: Born between 8/1/2004 and 7/31/2007 *
  • Kickers: Born between 8/1/2007 and 7/31/2010

*Players born between 8/1/2006 and 7/31/2007 will need to fill out an Age Waiver to play on U10 teams.  Otherwise they will be placed in Kickers.  New players with should start with Kickers if they are age-eligible. 

Kickers Program - Spring 2015

SESSIONS BEGIN early May, 2015

Mini Kickers (Pre-K/K) at Alcombright Field, Time and Day TBD

Kickers (Grades 1/2/3) at Alcombright Field, Time and Day TBD

Players should wear shin-guards and cleats.  T-Shirts will be in for the Second session the following week.


Kickers is a non-competitive program designed to build skill, knowledge and confidence in young soccer players.  All sessions are run by licensed, professional coaches from the Soccer Domain Academy, emphasizing control of the ball, teamwork and most importantly, fun.  Proper technique for dribbling, passing and shooting are all taught to prepare players for later participation in competitive soccer programs.  

Kickers is for players in the Pre-K (age 4) to 3rd Grade (about age 9) range.  3rd Grade participants should be new to soccer.

Spring Announcements

Watch this space or our Facebook page for announcements.  Indoor training (if necessary) should start sometime in March.  Outdoor training will start as soon as the fields are dry enough for us to use.  The Spring Season starts mid-April and goes to mid-June.

Mission & Philosophy

North Adams Soccer Club's mission is to provide each participant the opportunity to play soccer in a supportive and rewarding environment emphasizing fun, skill development and teamwork at a level that fits his or her interest and ability.  

NASC will...

  • provide opportunities for players at a level that is commensurate with their abilities and provide more challenging environments for players as they improve and wish to play in a more challenging environment.
  • follow the Coerver Pyramid as a guide for development of all players.
  • prepare players for that and the next level of play.
  • provide equal or close to equal playing time for all players.
  • offer practices twice a week until the season starts and then, depending on weather and coach’s decision, will practice once or twice a week throughout the season.
  • follow all the rules for BCYSL and MYSA for the entire season.
  • provide training opportunities for all coaches.
  • provide each coach with cones and uniforms, and new balls (both practice and game) for each season. Coaches will return all equipment to the Club Director at the end of each season.
  • provide a training and game facility.