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Winter Middle School League

The BRSC Middle school soccer league is a 11v11 league with six league games and concludes with an end-of-season tournament.  Schools or coaches organize teams with registration completed on an individual team basis. Players without a team can contact Chris Mitchell or visit the BRSC office for assistance with possible team placement.

The league includes multiple boys and girls divisions. The Middle school soccer league is open to kids from the 5th through 8th grade.

Learn more and register for the Middle School Winter League here.

Halloween Costume Drive – 10/2

BRSC is joining forces with 10/31 Consortium to help give children in the Greater Baton Rouge area a safe and happy Halloween!

All sizes of new and gently used Halloween costumes will be collected at the Burbank field on October 2, 2022, from 10 am until 12 pm. The organization will also accept donations of store-bought and individually wrapped candy.

Collected costumes will be distributed to any child in need on October 9, 2022, at the Goodwood Library from 4 pm until 7 pm. Collected candy will be distributed to households needing assistance with Trick or Treat participation.

For more information on the Costume and Candy Drive or Costume Giveaway Day, go to

United States’ Top Regional Premier Leagues Agree To Create National Alliance

The Alliance of Regional Premier League Will Serves to Establish Joint Minimum OperatingStandards and Crown the National Amateur League Champion

NEW ORLEANS, LA (SEPTEMBER 19, 2022) – The Alliance of Regional Premier Leagues, a new coalition of the United States’ top amateur leagues, has convened and agreed to represent its members as one, unified force.

All Alliance members wish to cooperate to maintain and promote high-level amateur soccer, and each believes that forming the Alliance will benefit the leagues and all national amateur soccer competitions.

In accordance with its first objective, the Regional Premier Leagues have sent a letter to the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) offering to explore a tournament to determine the National Amateur League Champion.

Leadership from the Atlantic Coast Premier League, Cascadia Premier League, Eastern Premier Soccer League, Gulf Coast Premier League, Midwest Premier League, Mountain Premier League, and Southwest Premier League all signed the Regional Premier Leagues’ founding agreement.

“We want what’s best for amateur players and young players looking to find their way up toward careers in the game. The Alliance of Regional Premier League creates a powerful advocating voice for that athlete,” said Eastern Premier Soccer League President Mo Sheta. “This is a historic moment for the game in the United States. The Alliance creates a bond at the amateur ranks that USASA and U.S. Soccer must recognize.”

Alliance members will retain all current partnerships and sponsorships, and collaborate with USASA to strengthen relationships within the entire amateur structure.

“The Alliance is a vital next step for the regional leagues to achieve a stronger voice within U.S. Soccer and on the national soccer landscape,” said Southwest Premier League President Matt Morse. “Some regional leagues have been around so much longer than the professional leagues, and we want to harness that heritage and history to create a better future for amateur clubs and amateur athletes.”

Each potential new member applicant must be affiliated with an organizational member of US Soccer or sanctioned by US Soccer and will be admitted upon a two-thirds (66.7 percent) affirmative vote.

BRSC Night at LSU Soccer

Join us Thursday, September 22 at LSU Soccer Stadium for BRSC Night. The LSU Soccer team opens up SEC play at home versus Missouri at 6:00 pm. Last season BRSC Night helped set an attendance record for LSU and we’re hoping to bring even more fans this season. Admission is FREE and fans are encouraged to wear gold for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.

The first 400 fans will receive a FREE LSU Soccer Scarf.

High School Training Program

The BRSC High School Training Program for is players in 9th-12th grade who are interested in a professional training environment. Players will receive professional instruction to prepare for the upcoming high school season. Training sessions focus on foot skills, ball striking technique, and scrimmaging (playing).

The lead trainer for the program will be Matheus Costa. Additional qualified professional coaches will be assigned to help as numbers are determined.

The training sessions will be on Monday evenings for 7 sessions beginning September 19th to October 26th from 7-8:15 pm.

The last week will be two sessions on Monday, October 24th, and Wednesday, October 26th.


Program information:

Starts on September 19, 2022

Ends on October 26, 2022

Mondays 7:00pm-8:15pm

Burbank Soccer Complex – Field TBD