Official home for the Ann Arbor Soccer Association.
The Ann Arbor Soccer Association is a non-profit civic organization that promotes and maintains the availability of adult recreational soccer for the Ann Arbor community. Over the past three decades, AASA has become a fixture of the soccer community in the Ann Arbor area. Our mission is to provide a fun and safe soccer game and atmosphere to all individuals regardless of playing experience or skill level. We are an all-volunteer-run organization run by a governing board consisting of the following officers and directors.
Registration for Spring 2016 will open in mid-March via this site. Check back here to get registered for our leagues!
Starting spring 2016, M-14 will be closed between Miller Road and US-23 Business Route (Main Street) for repairs and resurfacing. This may particularly affect some players traveling to Olson Park on Dhu Varren Road. The freeway will be completely closed between Miller Rd. and Main St.
Additional information on the project is available from the MDOT Website.
Friendly tips from your AASA Registrar:
- All players are allowed to only request one other player. Both players are required to list each other for the request to be honored.
- All players not paying online must pay within the first week of the fall season. If you do not, your spot will be forfeited. Extenuating circumstances may be dealt with on a case by case basis.
- If you know you will be unable to attend games for a portion of the fall season, please indicate so on your registration. This spring, some teams struggled to field enough players despite having full rosters.
The Ann Arbor Soccer Association offers a variety of adult recreational leagues for anyone aged 15 years and older.
Games are 45 minutes per half with a 5 minute halftime and are played on half-sized fields with half-sized goals.
Games are played twice a week, either Monday & Wednesday 7v7 (Coed or Womens leagues) or Tuesday & Thursday 7v7 (Coed league only).
A full-field 11v11 Coed league is also held once a week on Tuesdays during the Spring and Summer sessions.
All signup is done on an individual basis and all attempts are made to create balanced teams based on each players reported experience and skill level. Players may sign up for as many leagues as they like and have time to play.