Registration Information for Fall 2017 & Spring 2018
The primary registration period for fall or fall/spring begins May 1st and continues through June 15th. Late fees begin June 16th. For spring only, registration is open from November 1st through February 1st. To register, click the “Registration” button along the right-hand side. Fees must be paid for registration to be complete (including waitlisted registrants). No one will be assigned to a team without payment. Registrants not placed on a team will receive a full refund of fees.
Fall 2017 season begins Sept. 9th through Oct. 28th (MSSA / HSSA vary)
Spring 2018 season begins April 7th through May 19th (MSSA / HSSA vary)
New players and players not registered with DSL during the last four seasons are to furnish a photocopy of their birth certificate or passport when registering.
Programs are offered for U-4 through U-19. Click here for the complete Age Group Chart.
Picture Day – Fall 2017:
Sept. 23-Timbits; Sept. 30-Girls Teams; Oct. 7-Boys Teams
Fall Picture Day is for all teams as it is the beginning of a new soccer year. Spring picture day is for new spring teams and new spring players added to fall teams. Midwest Sports photographers will be set-up west of the picnic shelter (behind the south concession stand). Fall teams generally have no desire to participate in spring pictures, having taken them in the fall, but everyone is welcome. To contact the photographer, Chip Gardner, call him at 614-832-2146 or email: email@example.com
Concussion Information for all DSL Parents
DSL takes the safety of our players seriously. This is especially important when it comes to concussions. Every soccer parent should be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, know when to seek medical attention, and know when their child can return to normal activity should a concussion occurs.
Please (Click Here) to see the Ohio Department of Health’s Concussion Information Sheet to get familiar with what every parent should know about concussions.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Lindsay’s Law
SCA is the leading cause of death in youth athletes. The following links are available for information regarding this condition: Required Video
The Program Handbook (Click Here) outlines the policies and procedures used within the Dublin Soccer League.
The Parent’s Welcome Brochure (Click Here) provides additional useful information.
A map of Dublin City and School District boundaries (Click Here) will help determine residency status.
For questions or inquires please email Registration@DublinSoccer.net