Frequently Asked Questions

You will need to register your club & players with US Youth Soccer in order to play in the Northeast Soccer League. This registration procedure provides the insurance for your team. The NSL is working with Massachusetts Youth Soccer to ease the transition and will give you all the information you need.

League fees for the Fall season are as follows:

  • 7v7 & 9v9 teams (U9-U12: $695
  • 11v11 teams (U13-U14/15): $995

League fees for the Spring season are as follows:

  • 7v7 & 9v9 teams (U9-U12: $675
  • 11v11 teams (U13-U18/19): $875

League fees cover all administrative and referee expenses.

Your first step is to go to our Members section and review the list of clubs. You will have to open each one to see if they offer a team in your age group. You can also check their websites which are linked to the clubs.

There is a current age-group listing on our Administrators section.

You will need to fill out a single or multiple field insurance form from Massachusetts Youth Soccer. They are found on US Youth Soccer insurance page.

Score Reporting
Scores should be reported directly to GotSoccer by 9:00 pm Sunday evening using either of the links below.  U9 & U10 scores should also be reported.  They do not appear on the website but are used to help determine the divisions for the following season.



Event ID: 70267

4-Digit Pin: 4625  (Goal)

Scores cannot be changed once it is entered, so if you report the wrong score, or disagree with the score reported by your opponent, please contact the NSL office and I will fix it.  The referees file reports and their score will be used.



Games may not be changed or moved, even by mutual consent of the coaches. Games may be moved by the league office in the event that the originally scheduled field is unplayable or unavailable.

There are two exceptions to this rule. All 12U Blue section teams and Division 1 teams are allowed one postponement per season to attend a tournament. These postponements must be requested in advance.

We will also allow a postponement if a significant number of the players have an academic commitment, such as a trip to Washington DC. These must be cleared in advance with the NSL office.

Teams involved in State Cups also may have one postponement of a spring league game.

There could be two reasons for this. The league has a 6-0 cap on goal differential, so if your teams wins by more than that differential only 6 goals will be counted. The other is that a forfeit is involved and forfeit tie break rules are in effect.

That’s up to the referee at the field. He or she is the only person who can determine if the cast might be potentially harmful to either the player or other players on the field.