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ERSFNA Youth Soccer Age Divisions
Youth Soccer Age Division Registration Management
ERSFNA's annual youth tournament supports play in U8, U10, U13, U16 and U18 age divisions. ERSFNA has now adopted U.S. Soccer's age eligibility chart. Reference the chart below to determine a player's age division placement. All Clubs associated with the annual tournament must follow this procedure.
- Players are allowed to play "up" as long as they are at the top (maximum age) of the age bracket they belong; for example, a six (6) years-old player is ineligible to play in the U11 age group. Only seven (7) years-old players may move up to the U11.
The following table is provided to help organizers manage their team registration for an ERSFNA sanctioned youth soccer tournament. Age groups shall be comprised of youth players who are, before the first day of the tournament start date:
- U17: Under seventeen (17) years of age
- U14: Under fourteen (14) years of age
- U11: Under eleven (11) years of age
- U8: Under eight (8) years of age
BIRTH YEAR RANGE
(Boys and Girls)
2008 to 2010
|5, 6 & 7|
2005 to 2007
|8, 9 & 10|
2002 to 2004
|11, 12 & 13|
|U17||1999 to 2001||14, 15 & 16|
Age Group = Tournament Year - Birth Year
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