Spring House League Soccer

The Delaware Soccer Club Spring House League is a fun and exciting way to grow your soccer skills, meet new friends and have a lot of fun!


See below for the practice and game schedules!

Directions to Fields

Point of Meadow Area Map: Click Here

Field Map: Click Here

All Practice Schedules: Click Here 

U4 Game Schedules: Click Here

Boys U6 Game Schedules: Click Here

Girls U6 Game Schedules: Click Here

Boys U8 Game Schedules: Click Here

Girls U8 Game Schedules: Click Here

Boys U10 Game Schedules: Click Here

Girls U10 Game Schedules: Click Here

U12-U14 Game Schedules: Click Here 





The 2018 spring league is open to boys and girls of all skill levels born between 2004-2015. Like all DSC programs, this is open to all Western New York families. You do not have to live in the City of Buffalo to join our club!


Practices begin during the week of April 23, 2018 April 30, 2018.

· All teams will practice once-per-week throughout the full schedule.

Games are played every Saturday, beginning May 5.

· All teams, other than the “U3 Junior Park Rangers”, will compete in one game every Saturday, running May 5 through June 23.

Registration opens Feb. 5. Late fee begins April 1. Deadline to register is April 15!



All practices and games are held in Delaware Park, primarily at the Point of the Meadow. Only the U12/U14 age group will practice at Delaware Main (near the zoo entrance). Please visit our Field Locations link for specific directions. 


-Players U4-U14 receive 17 training sessions/games, along with a brand new soccer ball, soccer jersey, shorts and socks for $140.

-Players at the U3 Junior Park Ranger level receive 9 training sessions, along with a brand new soccer ball, for $100.

NOTE: A $25 late registration fee will automatically be added beginning April 1. The deadline to register is April 15!

-For households with multiple participants, a $15 sibling discount is automatically applied during registration.

-Those in need of financial aid may visit the “Related Links” listed on the right side of this page. The deadline to submit for Financial Aid is April 1.



All coaches are volunteers, and are often a parent of a player within the program. DSC asks that you consider fulfilling this need as a rewarding opportunity to support the community and have some fun! Coaches will coach their team's one-hour practice each week and one-hour game on Saturdays. Free coaching education classes, educational resources and detailed practice plans are provided to support all coaches regardless of prior experience or soccer knowledge. Knowledgeable trainers are also available to assist with the team practices as needed.


As you move through the online registration process, please select “YES” when asked if interested in volunteering. Coaches who fulfill the nine-week obligation will receive a $50 refund on their child’s registration fee at the conclusion of the season.



DSC places the players onto a team within their age group. To determine your age bracket, view the U.S. Soccer Age MatrixWe will attempt to honor friend/teammate requests, as well as coaching requests, for the U3 – U8 levels; however, this cannot be guaranteed. In the older age groups, an attempt will be made to spread out the talent and create fair teams and competitive games.  This will also encourage the growth of new friendships at the older levels and the potential to work with a new coach to gain a new perspective/knowledge of the game. 



DSC is excited to update our game format to follow fully all playing standards provided by U.S. Soccer. DSC and US Soccer share the same development philosophy and we are excited to offer soccer training and games that maximize player development with the following primary benefits:

Develop improved skills with the ball

  • Players improve confidence and comfort with basic ball skills (dribbling, trapping, passing, etc...) 

Develop intelligence with and without the ball

  • Promote faster decisions and better awareness 
  • Develop partnerships within the team

Provide an age appropriate environment

  • Standards align with physiological needs of players based on year of birth

Uniformity across the country and across membership

  • Similar to the outcomes listed for birth year registration, having consistent standards allows U.S. Soccer and the programs of our members to provide more meaningful messaging and education for parents, players, coaches and referees



Tentative Practice Schedule

U3 Jr. Park Rangers     Tuesday 5.15pm- 6pm / Wednesday 5.15pm – 6pm

U4                                           Tuesday 5.15pm - 6pm  / Wednesday 5.15pm – 6pm

U6                                           Tuesday 6pm – 7pm / Wednesday 6pm – 7pm

U8                                           Wednesday 6pm – 7pm / Thursday 6pm – 7pm

U10                                        Tuesday 7pm – 8pm / Thursday 7pm – 8pm

U12                                        Wednesday 7pm – 8pm

U14                                        Wednesday 7pm – 8pm