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HS League

Indoor League

Indoor league is for players who want to play competitive soccer games during the cold winter months. There are no practices, just games.  Players are required to make their own teams and have a team name when registering.

All players are required to register individually. When registering you are required to enter a team name. If you don't have one please enter the word "none." We will attempt to find a team – no guarantees.

  • Teams must be registered before deadline in order to allow time for scheduling.
  • Players must make their own teams.
  • Teams need to select a Team Manager as the contact so that we have someone to work with for potential changes, etc. This contact name must be entered when registering.
  • Medical waivers are required. Please complete and email to
  • Rosters will be validated during games.  Failure to have rostered players could result in the team being removed from the league.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Session Dates: Sundays beginning November 18, 2018 

Cost: $150 per a player
Times: TBD (6PM – 10PM depending on number of teams)
Duration: 10 weeks (1 game per week)
Registration Closes: November 8, 2017
Location:  Fore Season Golf Dome, 2525 North 19th, Bismarck

Why Play Indoor Soccer?

Because the sport is a great skill developer, demanding quick reflexes, fast thinking and pin point passing, it is an exciting game for children. The game is very economical and safe, simple and fun to play. Just by playing with the ball develops precise ball control and technical skill, agility, lightening reflexes and decision making. As the balls have less bounce they tend to stay in play longer and promote close ball control. After playing in enclosed areas and learning to think and react quickly, players find when they play to the full game they react well under pressure. Playing in enclosed areas develops creativity; players are also constantly placed in demanding decision making situations in enclosed areas which is a major reason why indoor is one of the finest teachers of the quick pass and move. In soccer it is very hard to defend against a team that is adept at this type of play.

Indoor games quickly develop skills required for soccer: - balance, motor ability, agility and co-ordination, ball mastery, accurate and quick passing and receiving, perception insight and awareness. Children learn through repetition and practice in small areas this occurs naturally. As indoor is fast and action packed, fitness is improved while learning and having fun. We find children love playing indoors. It is exciting, many goals are scored and the game is devoid of complex rules such as off side. Children learn so much faster if they enjoy the game and spend a lot of time playing with the ball.