TFA Youth Recreational Program 6-14 Year Olds
Did you enjoy the Spring 2022 season? Your team can stay together (no picking from a hat) and play again in the Fall 2023. Contact John Huth if interested.
All rec training has ended on May 19, 2022.
Registration for the Fall 2023 season is open now!
Go to the Demosphere Login page for the link to register.
TFA Rec teams play 7v7, 9v9, and 11v11.
Games are played with a set schedule and a referee in the Miamitown/Cleves/Harrison area. Scores and standings are not kept. The Fall 2023 season will begin in late August and will end in mid-October. Games will be played on the weekends. Week night games are possible. Entire teams are welcome to the league. There is no picking from a hat like SAY soccer.
All 7v7 games at TFA Harrison Soccer Complex (TSC) – Field #7
26299 S. State Street, West Harrison, IN 47060
Check Field Status on website
Take I-275 west to I-74 west stay on I-74 West to Exit #3 (Dry Fork Rd). Turn left onto Dry Fork and then right onto Simonson (after 2 traffic lights). Simonson dead-ends into Kilby where you turn Left and after 200 yards turn right onto Campbell Rd. Campbell Rd. dead-ends into Stateline Rd where you turn right and then about 100 feet turn left into the complex.
Click here for link to map field layout
Training begins in late March early April dependent upon the weather. Season should be over before Memorial Day Weekend.
Practices at TFA Miamitown North (NOR)
7880 Harrison Avenue, Cleves, OH, 45002
TFA Miamitown South (SOU)
7711 Harrison Avenue, Cleves, OH, 45002
Rainout Number: Check Field Status on website
Game coaches needed – please Contact John Huth 513-382-4027 (text) if interested
Contact John Huth 513-382-4027 for more information.
“I just wanted to send you a quick note saying what an amazing experience our son had with the youth development program this fall. Not only did he love going to the trainings, he learned a ton! When you see your 5 year old doing pull backs, cut backs and scissors in your living room you know the time spent at the field was not wasted! To top it off, he has had a soccer ball on his foot everyday since the season has ended.”