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To register for Fall 2016 by mail, click here.

Welcome to Andover Soccer Association  



Congratulations to our Andover teams going to MTOC ! 

U16 Girls Division MTOC2, Andover Warriors

U13 Girls Division MTOC 2, Andover Strike (not pictured)

Travel Soccer Warmups and Backpacks

Available for Fall 2016

Fall Andover Soccer Travel players - We are excited to announce that players can secure the official ASA travel warm up thru the Campus Connection in Andover. This OPTIONAL apparel item is navy blue and white with the ASA logo on the gear.

Two piece suit including ASA logo on jacket and player number on pants is $55.99.  Payment in full will be needed at time of fitting in order to assure delivery by September.  PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU DO NOT NEED TO KNOW YOUR TEAM TO GET FITTED. 

Ordering will be held starting Monday June 13th. All sizings will be done from 5pm-8pm at the Andover Bookstore location, adjacent to UBurger in Olde Andover Village.  Per the Bookstore - Any orders placed after the week of June 13th will be subject to extra charges for shipping and individual order pricing if product is still available.

The Andover Soccer Diadora backpack with ASA patch logo is $35.99 and if they would like custom embroidered initials it would be an additional $8.00.  This is also an OPTIONAL item and can be used many season both intown and travel.

Contact with questions.


Fall 2016 Registration Now Open

Intown Soccer

Players in kindergarten through 5th grade are eligible to play Intown. Players must be residents of Andover, MA; attend school in Andover, MA; or parent teaches at Andover Public School in MA.

U6 Kindergarten Kickers

Register by 7/31/16 $70

Register in August $90 and subject to space availability

Intown U7 Grade 1 and U8 Grade 2 Register by 6/30/16 $95 

Register in July $115

Register after 7/31/16 $135 and subject to space availability

Intown U9 Grade 3 and U10/U11 Grade 4/5

Register by 6/30/16 $105 

Register in July $125

Register after 7/31/16 $145 and subject to space availability

Questions? email


Travel Soccer

NEW! Registration Options for FALL 2016 / SPRING 2017 TRAVEL SEASON

Online registration is now open for Andover Soccer Association’s Fall 2016 / Spring 2017 Travel Soccer Seasons. Starting this registration period, players have the choice to register for ONLY Fall 2016, ONLY Spring 2017, or BOTH Fall 2016 & Spring 2017 at once. ONLY players who choose the BOTH Fall 2016 & Spring 2017 registration option are guaranteed placement on the same team for both seasons.

Travel Grades 5-8 (formerly U11-U14) all fees include a $10 fields fund contribution per season.

BOTH Fall & SpringOnly option that guarantees placement on the SAME team for BOTH seasons.

$320 Register by 5/27/16 (or $170 now & $150 due October)

Initial payment received after 5/27/16 subject to $30 Late Fee and space availability.

NEW! Pay for both Fall & Spring seasons at time of registration OR make Fall 2016 payment now, and Spring 2017 in October. Initial (Fall) payment of $170 is due by May 27 or is subject to $30 Late Fee. Spring 2017 payment of $150 received after December 2 is subject to $30 Late Fee.

To register, please log into Korrio at 

Players must be residents of Andover, MA; attend school in Andover, MA; or parent teaches at Andover Public School in MA.

Read more here.  Questions, email 


Travel: Fall ONLY vs. BOTH Fall & Spring

Did you register your player for Fall ONLY in order to split up the payments OR is your player ONLY able to play in the Fall? 

Fall ONLY is for the player who is ONLY playing soccer during the Fall season. If your player will play BOTH Fall 2016 AND Spring 2017 seasons, then he/she must be registered for FS BOTH Fall 2016 & Spring 2017

If you registered for Fall ONLY because you had trouble navigating Korrio to divide your payment into two installments (Fall 2016 & Spring 2017), please let the Travel Registrar know: She will adjust your registration, credit the new program with your initial payment, send a new confirmation, and share instructions on how to make the Spring 2017 payment now or in late fall. 

If your player is a true Fall ONLY player, and you haven’t confirmed that with the Travel Registrar, please send her a quick note saying: "My child is only playing soccer this Fall.” Please include player’s name and entering Grade in Fall 2016. 

Questions or to reach out to the Travel Registrar:


Travel Coaches Needed for Fall 2016

ASA is currently accepting profiles for Travel Coaches for the fall 2016 travel season.  APPLICATIONS DUE ASAP.


Coaching a travel team is a sizable commitment that is fun and very rewarding.  Travel teams typically practice twice per week for an hour and a half each practice. Games are on Saturdays, and half the games are home and half the games are away. 

As an organization, we are always striving to improve the quality of coaching within the ASA system.  One way to do that is to recruit and encourage new participants and introduce new ideas to the mix.  With that in mind, please encourage friends and other parents who have a desire to contribute to the development of our children.

Thank you for considering taking on this valuable role. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Dan O'Toole at

For more information on travel coaching, click here.

For more information on the coach selection process, click here.

To apply to be a travel coach, click here.


Don't "Take a Knee"

ECYSA reminds coaches that players who are not injured should NOT be instructed to "take a knee"when another player on the field is injured. Referees are reminded to instruct non-injured players to stand up and move away from the injured player. Players may take this opportunity to huddle as a team or go to their sideline for water (without leaving the field). This prevents players from crowding around the injured player, allows for clear identification of the injured player, and reduces the risk of injury/cramping for other players. This is not an opportunity for coaches to enter the field and give players tactical instruction.