Programs

We offer programs for Ridgewood children in grades K-12. Games are played on weekends.

In-Town Program
Small-sided games played solely in Ridgewood.

Travel Program
Full-sided games played in Ridgewood and neighboring towns.

To be consistent with the rules of the Northwest Bergen Soccer Association (NWBSA) and to promote equality, players participate in divisions based on birthdate cutoff of August 1. Since RSA is recreational, not competitive, we do not allow children to “play up” into a higher division for safety reasons.  We will only make exceptions when “playing up” allows a child who is young for a school grade to play with his or her classmates.

Please Note:  All travel coaches and players in (Division 2- grades 9-12), (Division 3 – grades 7-8), and (Division 4 – grades 5-6) are required to upload a recent photo to their Community Pass profile before registering.

YOU WILL NOT SEE ELIGIBLE PROGRAMS LISTED UNTIL PHOTOS ARE UPLOADED for travel players and coaches. Photos should be clear, passport style head shots.
To upload a photo to your Community Pass profile:
Have the required photo(s) available on the computer/device you are using or follow the below steps and use your smartphone/tablet and take the photo as part of the process.
To upload a photo to your Community Pass profile:
– Log in to your Community Pass account and on the top left click on “My Account” and select “Account Information”. NOTE: On mobile devices, you may only see an icon shaped like a person.
– Click “Edit” next to the name of the person for whom you would like to add a photo.
– Scroll down and where it says “Upload photo” click on the “Choose File” button.
– Either browse and select the file you want, or if you are on a smartphone/tablet you can choose the camera icon and take a new photo.
– Scroll down and click “Save Changes”.
– Repeat for other family members as needed.
– You can then continue with the registration process.

Contact registrar@ridgewoodsoccer.org with any questions.

Youth Referees
RSA offers students the chance to officiate games in town. For more information about becoming an RSA youth referee, click here.