Thursday, May 24, 2018

Registration for Fall 2017 / Spring 2018


  or use Mobile Registration

*Registrations received after July 1st will be placed on a wait list and a $25 late fee will be charged. 

Requests for refunds (less a $25 admin fee) must be in writing to the HYS Registrar PRIOR to July 1st for Travel and August 1st for In-town.   No refunds issued after this date.

Please take a few moments to review your Sports Pilot account and update all information paying special attention to GRADE and JERSEY SIZE.  Also make sure that your contact information is up to date, i.e. phone numbers and emails. 

  • Download and print the HYS In-town Registration Document HERE

  • Download and print the HYS Travel Registration Document HERE


Travel Player Evaluations

For player evaluations, Hingham Youth Soccer is using independent, professional soccer organizations servicing both town and club soccer programs.  Professional coaches will conduct evaluations of the current 4th and 5th (Grade 5/6) and 6th and 7th (Grade 7/8) grade soccer players who have registered to participate in Hingham Youth Soccer for the Fall 2017/Spring 2018 season. 




What are the age groupings for Grade 5/6 (U12) and Grade 7/8 (U14) travel divisions?

·       Grade 5/6 (U12) age group = born after 1/1/05 (current 4th and 5th graders)

·       Grade 7/8 (U14) age group = born after 1/1/03 (current 6th and 7th graders)


What to wear and bring to evaluations?  

  1. Shin guards are required for all players participating in evaluations.  Soccer cleats are highly recommended.  Shirts, shorts, and socks should not be club related.  Bringing water is also highly recommended.
  2. Each player will be assigned a number when s/he checks in at the first session; this number should be pinned on the back of the player’s shirt at each session.

What are the coaches evaluating at the evaluations?

  1. Fundamental soccer skills are evaluated in 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2, 4 vs 4 and 8 vs 8 formats.
  2. The fundamental soccer skills evaluated include 
    1. Technical skills (ball control, ball handling, offensive and defensive skills)         
    2. Tactical and spatial skills
    3. Attitude and effort


Who should go to evaluations?

  1. Every player should attend all sessions that are allocated to his/her age group so that s/he can be most fairly and accurately evaluated.   This includes players that do not believe their abilities will get them placed on the first or second teams.  Having an evaluation of all abilities will help HYS assemble the balanced teams.
  2. The age groups will be split alphabetically by last name for both evaluation sessions. Players should try to attend the designated session for their last name, but can switch sessions if necessary.
  3. Goalkeepers.  There will be a separate goalkeeper evaluation for players interested in playing goalie for 50% of the game. Interested players should attend both the goalkeeper tryout session and the field tryout sessions.
  4. For players that attend both sessions, the highest average score from the two sessions will be used for placement.  This allows players a second chance if they have a single bad session.
  5. HYS recognizes that some players, especially in the spring, give higher priority to other sports.  For these players we ask that you consider not taking a place on the first or second team.  Players who do not wish to be placed on the first or second team due to other sports should note this at evaluation check-in, but should still attend.  Again, this will allow HYS to have an accurate assessment of the player’s ability when the balanced teams are assembled.  
  6. Parents and coaches are welcome to stay for the sessions, but will not be allowed to be on the playing fields during the evaluation sessions.
  7. If any player cannot attend evaluations due to an injury, they must contact the Registrar prior to their allotted tryout dates/times.  If the player is a returning registered player of HYS, a placement decision will be made based on their past performances and evaluations. If the player has not previously played with HYS, the Division Director with the backing of the HYS Board will determine the appropriate placement for that player and for the league as a whole.
  8. Players who go to evaluations but decide not to play in HYS should notify HYS prior to July 1st in order to receive a partial refund. There are no refunds for players who opt out of HYS after July 1st.  HYS appreciates your cooperation in notifying the registrar in a timely manner; by doing so, you are enabling HYS to make the necessary roster adjustments, insuring that each team has enough players for a successful fall and spring season.


If you have any questions, please contact Hingham Youth Soccer, Inc. at   

Setting up your HYS SportsPilot profile

HYS registrants will need to create their own SportsPilot profile, with your own user ID and password; this one user ID and password will be used to register all HYS soccer participants in your household.  After you have clicked on the HYS Registration link, here are directions for setting up a SportsPilot profile.  Please be sure to UPDATE all information year to year i.e. grade/school/jersey size and any other information that may have changed.

*Please Fill in BOTH parent/guardians into the family profile*

  1. Add primary guardian for the account, set the login for the account, "add" button is to far right.
  2. *Add additional parent/guardian in household (HYS needs this information to have full contact information for the player in addition to the fact that you cannot volunteer to coach unless you are entered into the profile)
  3. Add the child(ren) to the profile
  4. Register the player(s)-Register tab is to the left of the player's name;  During the player registration process, parents who are able to coach or volunteer in some other way to should select the volunteer role (coach, assistant coach, other)