Touches For C.H.A.N.G.E


Led by our partners the New England Revolution, the fantastic Touches For C.H.A.N.G.E program is back!

Last year Hopkinton players, families and the community were extremely generous in supporting this fundraiser and we humbly ask for your help again! This program has changed lives and experiences for children less fortunate than our own and we thank you for any little you can give to this tremendous cause!

The link is below to join the fundraising efforts or to donate! 🧡⚽️ #TouchesForChange #HYSInspires #revsacademy



Registration for the Spring season is open! Click on the orange Register here! button on this homepage to register for the Foundations, Town or Travel Programs. Check out the Programs section above to learn more about each of the options. The Travel Program registration period is now closed, however, there may be some age groups still accepting registrations. The registration period for the Foundations and Town programs will end January 31st. Register now to avoid a late fee. 

The HYS Spring Soccer Season will run from April 9th - June 11th depending on field conditions after the winter months. Practices for Travel and Town players start the week before the first game day of April 9th. 

The Foundations Program consists of Kick Start and Kindergarten. Kick Start players must have turned 4 years old by August 31, 2021 to register. Kindergarten players must have turned 5 years old by August 31, 2021. These programs have no weekday practices. They meet once a week on Saturday morning (times TBD depending on coach and field availability). 

The Town Program consists of 1st Grade teams and combined 2nd/3rd Grade teams. This program has one hour long practice during the week and one hour game on Saturdays (times TBD depending on coach and field availability). 

The Travel Program is for players in grades 3rd-8th grade. Teams practice for 75-90 minutes once during the week and have travel games in the BAYS league on Saturdays. 

TopSoccer Program

TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community-based training and placement program for young athletes with disabilities. TOPSoccer athletes (open to children in grades K-12) are grouped by ability, not age.  They will have the support of coaches and “buddies” who will foster independence and participation through adapting and modifying activities as needed. To learn more, visit the TOPSoccer section under the Programs tab.

For more information on TOPSoccer visit:

Questions?  Contact Program Director, Jessica Bruce at [email protected]