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Important News!

The Nashville Youth Soccer Association (NYSA) is pleased to announce we have grown into the Heartland Soccer Club (so named for our location at Heartland Park). More information will be coming in the weeks and months ahead, so be sure to watch for updates. At this time, we will remain serving you as Nashville Youth Soccer Association, with the same rich history and commitment to players, parents and families. We are extremely excited, however, to now be open to even more opportunities to improve and grow our organization! Please stay tuned throughout this season as we will continue to update you on our progress and related news.

HSC: NYSA has been providing a quality youth soccer experience in the Nashville, Tennessee area for over 35 years. HSC: NYSA is a co-ed youth recreational soccer league for players ages 3 (must have turned 3 years old by July 31, 2015) through high school (click here for age groups by birth date). There are no tryouts and children are accepted regardless of whether they've played soccer before or not. It's our mission to provide a safe place where children can be exposed to the game of soccer and to learn the game. The HSC: NYSA fields are located in Donelson, just off McGavock Pike.

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HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association is an all-volunteer non-profit organization, comprised mostly of parents who have children in the league. One hundred percent of our registration fees go to pay the expenses in running the league, to make improvements to our complex, and to purchase equipment to keep up our facility. HSC: NYSA has no employees and there are no paid positions on the Board of Directors.

For more information, please see the "About HSC: NYSA" and "Frequently Asked Questions" links at the left.

We hope that your family will join us!

Registrations for Spring Soccer Closed
Fall registration to open in May

HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association (NYSA) began accepting registrations for the Spring 2016 Soccer Season on October 1, 2015 and continued through February 20, 2016. Registration closed on April 2, 2015.

Registration for the Fall 2016 will open in early May. Watch this space for info.



For much more detailed information, please see the "Frequently Asked Questions: Registration" page.


Important dates for Spring Soccer 2016 at HSC: NYSA
  1. October 1, 2015 - Early Registration Begins.
  2. October 31, 2015 - Early Registration Ends
  3. February 20, 2016 - Final day of Priority Registration. Late Registration will continue after this date on an "as space is available" basis. After February 20th, requests for a specific coach or team cannot be honored and a late fee will apply.
  4. February 27, 2016 - Coaches Meeting. All coaches are required to attend the Coaches Meeting. At this meeting, we cover HSC: NYSA rules and policies, the HSC: NYSA Coaches Code of Coduct, and coaches get their team rosters. Practices may begin after this date.

    We will ask all coaches to contact all of their players as quickly as possible, but no later than one week after the Coaches Meeting. Parents: If you have not heard from a coach by March 5th, please e-mail us at
  5. March 19, 2016 - First games. All age divisions will begin their seasons on this date.
  6. April 9, 2016 - Picture Day at HSC: NYSA. All players are asked to be at the fields at least one hour prior to your scheduled game time for individual and team pictures. (There is no charge to have pictures taken and parents may view finished photos before purchasing.)
  7. May 14, 2016 - Early Registration for Fall 2016 season begins.
  8. May 21, 2016 - End of Season Celebration - final games of the season.

Fill the Fence, Raise the Roof!

HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association continues the rebuilding process following the May 2010 Flood! Our current campaign is focused on building a combined Concessions and Board building. We have been running our concession sales (used to help cover our referee and maintenance costs) from a previously flooded building that we were able to completely gut and salvage. Our previous Board Building was completely destroyed in the flood. All of our organizational needs – recordkeeping, Board meeting space, storage space for shirt sales, etc. all have been forced to move offsite vs. a unified space.

Purchasing a banner not only helps us raise funds for the new building, but it also benefts your company through a low-cost advertising campaign that will literally be seen by thousands of people each week. Click here for more information and for the banner order form.

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Contact information for photographers

Each season, HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association gets multiple requests for the contact information for the photographers who take pictures on Picture Day. Please contact them directly if you were unable to pick up your pictures when they were at the fields or to order additional prints:

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Referee Certification Information

We often have parents and/or players asking us about where they can take referee certification classes. Certification courses are held throughout the year in various locations in middle Tennessee. The easiest way to find out where classes are being held is to go to the Soccer Officials of Tennessee web page at and click the "Approved Classes" link at the top of the page. There you may view the classes being offered by month, as well as where and when the courses will take place.

You'll see that there are classes for different grades of referees. For someone getting certified for the first time, the choice is really between a Grade 8 (black patch) and Grade 9 (blue patch) certification. Both Grades are considered "Entry Level" certification. A Grade 9 certification allows a person to referee recreational youth games for ages 14 and younger as well as assistant referee on any game U-14 or below. Grade 8 certification allows a person to referee all recreational and competitive youth games. There isn't any age restriction like the Grade 9, but NYSA will not schedule a referee to officiate a game where the players are the same age or older than the referee. (For example, a 14-year old Grade 8 referee would not be scheduled as a center referee for a U-14 game.)

Please note: HSC: NYSA requires that a referee be 13 years old or older.

Contacting HSC: NYSA

The two best ways of contacting HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association are by e-mail or phone.

League E-mail:

League Phone:
(615) 944-4271
(615) 268-6349

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Physical Address - do NOT send mail:
HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association
3135 Heartland Drive
Nashville, TN 37214

  Mailing Address:
HSC: Nashville Youth Soccer Association
PO Box 140454
Nashville, TN 37214


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