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HJSA Winter training program

This winter will mark our second season of winter training.  The program will consist of 8 weeks of indoor training.

Younger age groups U6/ U7/ U8/ U9 will train for 1 hour.

Older age groups U10/ U11/U12/U13/U14/ U15 will train for an hour and a half.

Specific times will be announced.

Training will take place at Hackensack Middle School on Sundays beginning the week of February 11, 2018 between the hours of 12:30 pm- 5:30 pm and will again be conducted by Yohan Viafara and his trainers.

The fee for the 8 weeks is $100 and will include a training Jersey.



Where the outcome of the
CHILD is more important than the outcome of the GAME

Hackensack Jr. Soccer Association (HJSA)

Consists of two divisions a Recreational and Travel division.

Our Goal is to provide a competitive soccer environment for children. We seek to develop soccer players… not only in terms of their soccer skills, but also their self-esteem. Players should learn to be competitive but also learn to win and lose with good sportsmanship.


US Club Soccer is clarifying the following implementation guidelines for U.S. Soccer’s Recognize to Recover Player Safety Campaign, specifically as it relates to concussion initiatives and heading for youth players:

  • The Federation is recommending, and US Club Soccer is requiring immediately, new rules as it relates to heading, as follows:
  • Players in U-11 programs and younger shall not engage in heading, either in practices or in games.
  • Limited heading in practice for players in U-12 and U-13 programs. More specifically, these players shall be limited to a maximum of 30 minutes of heading training per week, with no more than 15-20 headers per player, per week.
  • Clubs should be aware of circumstances in which individual consideration is needed. For example:
    • A 10 year old playing at U-12 or older should not head the ball at all.
    • An 11 or 12 year old playing at U-14 or older should abide by the heading restrictions in practice.
  • Referees should enforce these restrictions by age group according to the specified rules. Referees will not be assessing the age of individual players on the field; they will enforce the rules for the age group.
  • Leagues and organizations are free to set their own standards, as long as the minimum requirements outlined above are met.