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Tryout Information (Grades 3-8)

After you register your 3-8th Grader for a Fall 2023 Program, your child should attend at least one Evaluation Session.  Sessions are held at either Beverly Middle School (BMS) or Birch Plains Park.  Once registered, please log into TeamSnap and set your child's Availability to YES for one of the below tryout sessions.

2023 Tryout Schedule

(Updated June 6)

Wednesday, June 7 (BMS)
Grade 5-6 Girls 5:30-6:45
Grade 5-6 Boys 7:00-8:15

Friday, June 9 (BMS)
Grade 7-8 Boys 7:00-8:15

Sunday, June 25 (Birch Plains)
Grade 5-6 Boys 2:00-3:15
Grade 5-6 Girls 3:30-4:45
Grade 7-8 Girls 5:00-6:15
Grade 7-8 Boys 6:30-7:45

Danvers Invitational Tournament

We have 11 teams attending this year's Danvers Invitational Tournament.  Coaches and parents - please don't forget to get your waivers in soon.

Click here for the Danvers Invitational Tournament schedule!

Good luck to all teams participating - we'll all be rooting for you!

Spring Season Start-Up Info

The birds are chirping, and Spring Soccer is just around the corner!  Please note that all programs are scheduled for 8 games, with no games scheduled for April Vacation or Memorial Day Weekend.

PreK-K - Our first sessions will be on Saturday, April 22.  All sessions are held at North Beverly Elementary School on Saturday mornings.

Grades 1-4 - Practices will begin the week of Monday, April 10th.  The first game weekend for Grade 1-2 and Grade 3-4 Crosstown will be April 22, to avoid April Vacation.

Travel - Practices will begin the first week of April.  The first game day for Grades 3/4 through 7/8 is April 8.  The first game day for Grades 9-11 is April 16.

As always, we recommend grabbing uniforms from Todd's as early as possible!  You can visit them in person on Cabot St, or click here to order online!

Soccer leagues and development programs for the youth of Beverly, MA


Our Pre-K/Kindergarten program offers our tiniest players the opportunity to get started playing the game of soccer in a fun and supportive environment that teaches fundamental skills and the basics of game play.

Grade 1-2

Our Grade 1-2 program is geared towards teaching the basics of the game.  Real games with real referees and separate practices allow kids to develop skills and take initial competitive steps.

Grade 3-4

We offer both Cross-Town teams which compete with other Beverly, Salem, and Danvers teams, as well as competitive ECYSA travel teams at the Grade 3-4 Level.  Our player development-focused curriculum is centered around preparing young players for their first exposure to competitive soccer.


ECYSA Travel Soccer (Grades 5-10)

At the higher age levels, BYSA places teams in Essex County Youth Soccer Association (ECYSA).  Players of all skill level are welcome, as we place teams from recreational players who just enjoy playing all the way up through the highest competitive levels.

Play Futsal with BYSA!

Looking for something fun, fast, and low-commitment over the winter months that's great for your favorite player's technical skill development?  Learn more about our initial BYSA Futsal offerings!

Board Meetings

Beverly Youth Soccer Association is a non-profit and volunteer run organization. Our Board Meetings are held monthly via Zoom and are open to the public - all are welcome.  Please email if you'd like to join our next meeting.

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