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.


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

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


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