Westfield Soccer Association

World Cup Day 2019

Recreation Programs

Amy Judka and Drew Matus, Vice President of Rec Soccer
Our recreational soccer programs are open to all Westfield non-travel players and provide a fun and instructional environment for boys and girls to learn and play soccer.  Players and Coaches need to fill out the forms to the right (details below).  Your child’s division is determined based on year of birth.  Please consult the below chart to determine age group for your child.

Divisions and Info

Rec Cartoon

Rec Cartoon

The Future of the Rec Program in the WSA

WSA – Recreational Soccer Program – 2019/2020

US Soccer has outlined initiatives which have an impact on the age group definitions used to determine where players place in our recreational program.

Previously, age groups were determined based on players born between Aug. 1 and July 31. As of Fall of 2016, age groups will be determined by the calendar year in which a player was born between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31.

How will these changes impact the recreational program?

As an interested player you just have to go through the grid to determine what age group you qualify for, for the 2018 - 2019 season.

Below a grid which shows clearly where players place come the Fall of 2019.

Year of birth

Age group










U7 Rec – Memorial



U8 Rec – Memorial



U9 Rec – Jefferson


Fun of Soccer

Fun of Soccer is a program which is a 6-week program that takes place in the Fall. Registration is now open for Fall 2019. This program takes place at the field adjacent to the Jefferson school in Westfield.

U7 -U9 REC

Our U7 and U8 Rec teams run in the fall. The registration for this program is now open.

After the U9 Fall season, non-travel players U10 and older can play in our Intercounty program.

For more information on the intercounty program:

WSA - Intercounty program

For more information on the travel program and how your son or daughter can try out for a travel team:

Yours in soccer,

Ruben Vloedgraven – Director of Coaching WSA

Amy and Drew – VPs of Rec Soccer



Forms and Documents

WSA Rec Program


Coaches must complete the KidSafe form, SAGE form and Concussion Awareness Training in order to coach youth soccer.  See links on the right.

KidSafe: Every coach must download the KidSafe form and complete it.

SAGE Form: Every coach must download the SAGE form and complete it.

Concussion Awareness Training: The State of New Jersey requires coaches to have head injury safety training to help in the recognition of concussions.  Therefore all coaches will be required to have taken the on line Concussion Awareness Training and be able to present their certificate they receive from taking the course.


There are two forms that parents need to download, complete and give back to their player’s coach. The forms are located to the right.

SAGE Form:  Each family must fill in all the requested personal information and sign. Note: One form per player is needed and both the player and parents/guardians must sign.

US Youth Soccer Medical Release FormPlease Fill out all personal information. This form does not need to be notarized.

Forms and Docs