Current Field Conditions

2020 Fallston Soccer Season

Local families, click HERE to log in to your SportsSignup account.


Registration for the fall 2020 season will open on April 1st, travel try outs occur at  the end of May and early June.  In-House (non-travel) wait lists will form in late July and late registration will close in mid-August..

Information on 2020 travel soccer and tryout dates, times, and locations will be posted when locations/times are determined sometime in May.  2019 Travel try-out information can be found HERE 

In order to try out for travel soccer, you must be registered.

If you are interested in rec soccer, please sign up early to avoid wait lists that occur as we get closer to the season.

Anybody who registers before the end of April will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a free Adidas Core Advantage II backpack packed with Fallston Soccer aparel inside.



2/18/2020 As you plan your summer camps, Soccer Source 360 is again holding two camps in our area this summer for players age 5 to 12.

When:  July 13 – 17 & July 27 – 31

Camp Hours: 9 am to Noon

Location: Reckord Road Park

Early Registration is now open.  Cost $150

Camp information:

(This camp is not sponsored by the Fallston Rec Council)

“Soccer Source 360 believes children need to play!  Soccer Source 360 believes soccer players make memories, friends, and values that last a lifetime.  Soccer Source 360 believes personal growth occurs through team participation.  Join us, this summer!”

“This longevity and footprint establishes accountability, and gives you peace of mind. We believe players, coaches, and parents can expect a day camp to deliver development through a balanced approach that is built on fun challenges.  SS360 coaches are certified, have experience playing the game at a high level, and work with youth soccer players throughout the year.”

Soccer Source 360 Camp



2019 Fallston Soccer is pleased to announce a new format for our U-7 boys and girls in-house teams.  

The players using this format in 2019 are the players graduating from our clinic program.  Fallston Soccer continues to put the kids first by implementing 4v4 soccer, we are following the “best practice” trends in the United States and around the world.

The 4v4 model:

  • Fewer players will instill confidence and that will result in more touches
  • Less coaching more playing
  • More exposure to defending and attacking situations
  • Game is less complicated
  • Encourages quick decision making
  • Provides opportunity to develop creative play
  • Players have more opportunities to score goals

 How it will be played:

  • No referees, coaches will be on the field
  • No score
  • No goalies
  • Same size field as clinic
  • Size 4 soccer ball
  • No throw ins – play will resume from a kick-in
  • Teams of approximately 10 players are created and practice together. On game day, they divide in half to play their opponent who does the same.
  • (4) 10 minute games, substitutions on the fly
  • The 'half teams' play simultaneously on side-by-side fields
  • “Ladder Game” format will be used where teams shift after 10 minutes for a new opponent

Brief op-ed from Soccer Coach Weekly on value of 4v4:


Fallston Soccer News


On Tuesday, September 25 2018, we hosted John O'Sullivan from Changing the Game Project for a discussion on youth sports at Fallston High School.  If you missed the parent discussion, click HERE to watch a video of the event.

This article, "What Makes a Nightmare Sports Parent -- And What Makes a Great One" is a great read anytime.

This video about youth sports is one of our favorites.  Please take a few minutes to watch it.


Cup field








Posted on March 2, 2016