Youth Soccer Leagues
Soccer leagues at the RAC
Team Leagues: U10 to U18 Leagues
The RAC's youth leagues are a team registration for ages U10 to U18 in the Fall and Winter. Multiple divisions are offered to allow for leagues to be formed with teams of similar skill levels. The A division is the most competitive, and B is more recreational. The RAC reserves the right to combine divisions when necessary based on the number of teams that sign-up per age group.
Games are played primarily on Saturdays and Sundays between 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM.
Individual registration option for ages 10 to 15: Resolute youth leagues are a team registration; however, if you are between the ages of 10 and 14 and if currently do not have a team, you can sign up to be a free agent and we will work to get you placed on a team.
Resolute Futures: U6 to U10
Resolute Futures is a developmental league for younger players ages 5 to 9. Participants are placed on a house team and will receive weekly instruction in addition to game time.
For more information, please call 614-337-4502 for information and registration.
Resolute offers two skill divisons for the youth leagues: A and B. The A division is competitive and B is more recreational. Please select a division based on the skill level and experience of the team. The RAC reserves the right to combine divisions when necessary.
The number of players on the field varies by age group:
- U10: 8 a-side
- U11-u12: 7 a- side
- U13-U18: 6 a-side
Team fees and/or deposits will not be refunded under any circumstances unless the RAC is unable to form a league.
Schedule requests must be submitted on or before the league registration deadline. Any team making a schedule request after the registration deadline or a schedule change after the schedule has been posted may be required to pay an administrative fee. The RAC will make every effort to accommodate requests but cannot make any guarantees. Only requests that impact the majority of the team will be considered.
League Rules: Please review the RAC Indoor Soccer Rules 2022 .
Resolute is a family-friendly facility where athletes and spectators can enjoy the sports they love in a safe environment. We expect all athletes and spectators to follow the facility’s rules and code of conduct. Violations will be taken very seriously resulting in suspension and/or bans from the facility. Please review Resolute's Code of Conduct.
All soccer games are live streamed and recorded through LiveBarn. This is a subscription based service. Resolute members can receive a discount when they use the code reso-lute.
The service allows viewing for live games and on demand. You can download full games and short clips.
To help you better manage your team, Resolute recently changed to a new facility and league management system called DaySmart. The new system allows you to:
- invite players to your team
- easily manage team payments and track balances in real time
- roll your team roster over to the next session
- edit players and payments
To manage your team and payments, please login to your account using the username and password created when registering.
Team rosters must be completed online by the first game. You can roster up to 18 players. Roster changes be be made until the third game of the session. After that rosters are locked and cannot be changed. Teams playing with non-rostered players or players older than the league age-group risk forfeiting the game.
Each player will need to have a current waiver on file with Resolute. Waivers are completed online when players accept an invitation to join a team. Players are required to check in at the Resolute front desk before each game to make sure they are on a team roster and have a completed waiver.
Team payments can be made online, by phone or at the front desk.
Online payments can be made by logging into your Resolute Account. Be sure to use the username and password created when registering.
Team fees must be paid in full by the set deadline for the season, or a $100 late fee will be applied to the team account. A late payment may also determine whether a team is permitted to play in the next session.
Schedule change requests after the league schedule has been posted are highly discouraged as these changes can disrupt the entire league schedule and inconvenience other teams. The request would need to be approved by the opposing team and could results in a forfeit should the opponent decline to reschedule. Should you need to make a schedule change, please email your request to Mike Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-337-4502.