Travel Soccer Registration Open - Thursday, June 16, 2016

Register now for Travel Soccer (ages 7 and up) Child must be 7 by August 1 for travel soccer 

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Parent Involvement

(instructional and intermediate)

-Attempt to have the children use the bathroom prior to practice

-Keep it positive. We are here to introduce the sport of soccer to the children. To encourage continued participation our goal is to make it FUN for everyone. Get excited about the attempt, not necessarily the outcome

-At least one parent to volunteer to serve as “team parent”. This person would be responsible to arrange a system whereby each parent would bring a snack and drink for every player to be enjoyed at the end of the game on Saturday

-Parents are welcomed and encouraged to participate in practice. You too can learn the game!! At the end of the season we will have a parent/child game

-Spend a little time each day at home with your child working on a particular skill

-Ask questions

Any other questions contact Michelle Sikes at 413-230-9788 or rmsikes@comcast

Welcome to the Palmer Soccer Association

   Palmer Soccer Association


Palmer Soccer Association is a non-profit youth soccer organization located in Palmer, Massachusetts. Our goal is to promote the sport and sportsmanship within our Town and surrounding communities. Our organization is open to all children ages four and up. Financial assistance is provided to those who show a need in order to enable their children to play. Our organization is run by a dedicated group of parents who volunteer their time to make soccer possible in Palmer.

Palmer Soccer Association operates for two seasons in the year. Fall Soccer which begins in August and runs through November. (Fall Registration is in May and June). And, Spring Soccer, which begins in March (Spring registration in October and November) and goes through June. Coached determine the dates and times for practices. Instructional and Intermediate teams play Saturday morning at Laviolette Field in Three Rivers. Games for Travel are determined by the Pioneer Valley Junior Soccer league and are posted at

   Our Leagues

We have a PeeWee program for children ages 2 and 3.  The PeeWee program is a parent participation program that runs for six weeks. Sessions are once a week for 30 minutes.  Children are provided soccer jerseys.

We have two instructional level programs. Instructional for children ages 4   and Intermediate for children ages 5-6. At the age of 7,  children begin participation in our Travel program.We have travel teams for children ages 7- 12 at this time. Any child age 7 or older must participate in the Travel program. The Travel teams play against organizations from Western Massachusetts in the Pioneer Valley Junior Soccer League.

Please click Registration to register your child.  

 For more information please contact Michelle Sikes at or 413-230-9788.

Games & Practices

Please give coach advanced notice if your child cannot attend a game.

In the case of bad weather, cancellations for peewee, instructional and intermediate will be posted here and  on our Facebook site.

Travel teams will be notified by your coach if a game is cancelled. Assume the game is on unless you hear from your coach.

Coaches will call you if a practice is cancelled


Cleats, shin guards and water bottle for each practice/game. Sunscreen and bug spray. Long hair should be pulled back with an elastic hair tie.


Cleats and shin guards are mandatory for practice and games Please note that these items are required to help prevent injury to your child. Shorts (for instructional and intermediate black show less stains) Peewee, Instructional and Intermediate players - shirts will be provided by the Palmer Soccer Association. Travel Team players will purchase their uniforms - consisting of jersery, shorts and socks.

 Players  keep their uniforms at the end of the season.  Please wear your uniform to each game.

Please make sure all jewelry, earring, necklaces and barrettes and hair clips are removed prior to practice and games. Players will NOT be allowed to play with them on during games. These could cause injuries to the child or teammate at a practice.