Online Registration Instructions

Returning players should log into their household account when registering.  Please do not set up a new account.  New players will create a household account prior to completing registration.  For step by step instructions with screen shots on how to create an account click here.

Registration

1.  Player and Volunteers: Spring & Summer Registration

2.  Travel Soccer Tryouts: Tryout Registration


Direction Sheet for Registering for Youth Sports

Direction Sheet for Registering for Adult Soccer

For questions about registration, please email Carol at burkeathletic@gmail.com

Spring Registration Dates and Fees

Sport Base Fee Early Registration On-time Registration Late Registration Very Late Registration
Rec Soccer $115 Nov 1 to Dec 31 - $105 Jan 1 to Feb 28 - $115 Mar 1-15 - $140 After March 15 - $165
Adult Soccer $110 N/A Nov 15 to March 15 - $110 March 16  - $135 N/A
Field Hockey $135 Nov 15 to Dec 31 - $125 Jan 1 to Feb 28 - $135 March 1 to 15 - $160 After March 15 - $185
Adult Field Hockey $35 N/A Mar 22- May 2 - $35 N/A N/A
*Little LAXERS (K-2) $75 $75 $75 N/A N/A
**Girl's LAX (K-2) $115 Nov 15 to Dec 31 - $95 Jan 1 to Feb 28- $115 March 1 - $140 N/A
Girl's LAX (3-8) $165 Nov 15 to Dec 31 - $145 Jan 1 to Feb 28 - $165 March 1 - $190 N/A


*Little LAXERS (K-2)
is a developmental program
**Girls LAX (K-2) is a competitive program

U4 Rec Soccer program is $105.The fee does not go up during late registration.  For more information click here.

Travel Soccer registration is by invitation. Travel Soccer is a year long committment, so players will only have to register once for the entire year.  The annual registration fee is $475 ($240 if only registering for Spring).

Adult Soccer registration requires a password.  If you do not know your teams password, or are new to the league, please contact Jake at jakeartin@gmail.com

 

Guidelines for Safe "Return to Play"

On July 1st, 2020, Northern VA moved from Phase 2 to Phase 3 of reopening under Governor Northam’s plan. BAC is a community organization forecasted on implementing the precautions necessary to ensure a safe return to play for all players, parents, coaches and staff. This next step allows BAC to expand the number of players we have on a permitted field at a time, allows for spectators, and increases the activities that players can participate onsite.

The following information is a compilation of resources we have gathered over the past three months: the rules and regulations set forth by Federal, State and Local governments; guidance from the CDC and state/local health and medical authorities; and the best practices researched by national soccer and youth sports organizations.  This information is evolving daily as the COVID-19 situation changes and as new information becomes available.

CLICK HERE for The Guildelines for a Safe "Return to Play" document