Sep 9 – Nov 11
North Vidinha Soccer Fields
Team Entry Opens: Jun 22
Early Team Entry: Aug 13
Final Team Entry: Aug 22
Final Schedule Post: Sep 4
Sep 8 – Nov 17
Team Entry Opens: Jun 22
Team Entry Closes: Aug 10
Final Schedule Post: Aug 24
Consistent with US Club Soccer’s Youth Club Standards—one of HSF’s primary goals is to create an environment that improves the daily player experience, specifically through providing elevated league standards that call for better club structure, operation, and organization. Well led clubs generally develop better players, critically tying HSF to the overall player development process.
HSF Premier is open to teams in the 6-U to 23-U age groups.
Team entrance into HSF Premier is performed completely by Club Registrars or Team Managers—via SportsEngine.
STEP 1: Complete the HSF Premier Team Entry Form—Powered by SportsEngine.
STEP 2: Register with US Club Soccer (i.e., Players, Coaches, and Team Managers).
Clubs or Teams with existing KYCK Play Accounts must:
If your Club/Team has not already obtained US Club Soccer Membership, contact HSF's Registrar immediately.
NOTES: As of the Fall 18 season, teams 8-U and younger will no longer use HSF Rec Rosters, and must henceforth register with US Club Soccer to obtain Official Rosters and Player/Staff Passes. The use of Rec Rosters will be allowed for the high school age groups, however, this process will now be administered directly through US Club Soccer. Download the "Rec Registration Form" HERE or in the "Resources" page (HERE) for more details.
Club coaches and staff play incredibly influential roles in the lives of youth athletes, as they impact player development the most. For this reason, HSF provides elevated standards to ensure a greater fulfillment of our collective responsibility—to create the best possible environment for Hawaiʻi’s players.
US Club Soccer Staff Registration is required of all individuals coaching, managing or working with US Club Soccer-registered youth players. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to, all coaches, assistant coaches, and team managers assigned to a team with youth players, regardless of whether they are volunteers or paid staff, or registered with another U.S. Soccer member organization.
Additionally, to aid in our overall Mission of improving the daily player experience, all Club/Team Coaches and Managers must attend a Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) Workshop annually—in order to participate in any HSF sanctioned league.