The Hampton Roads Soccer Complex is proud to have the following soccer clubs as affiliate members.
Beach FC – Beach FC is a private, non-profit organization 501(c)3 – all fees, contributions, and funds raised or collected by the club at all levels are used to develop, promote, and enhance youth soccer in Hampton Roads. The entire club is divided into four separate levels of play – Recreation Soccer (U4-U16), Advanced Soccer (U9-U19), Junior Academy Soccer (U6-U10), and Travel Soccer (U11-U19). Beach FC Recreation (formerly NYSL) provides the grassroots or “Recreation” level and the intermediate or “Advanced” level. Beach FC Travel provides the highest level, or “Travel” soccer along with the Junior Academy program (U6-U10).
Over Thirty Soccer League – The OTSL currently has three seasons, spring, summer, and fall. The spring season usually runs between March and August, the summer O40 only season runs from June to August, while the fall season runs from September through December.
Each team can carry up to 18/19 players on their roster depending on the number of total registrants. The OTSL season is made up of 9 games (weather permitting) with a single elimination tournament for each division at the end of the season.
Southeastern Virginia Women’s Soccer Association – SEVWSA, Virginia Beach’s premier adult soccer league, is dedicated to developing opportunities for women to play soccer and providing friendly competition in a recreational setting among women’s and coed teams.
All outdoor games are played at the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex (HRSC). Women’s Winter Indoor is played at the Virginia Beach Fieldhouse.
Virginia Rush – Rush Soccer is committed to providing an unparalleled soccer experience for all who have interest in the game of soccer. Virginia Rush is one of the only soccer clubs in Southeastern Virginia to have developmental, advanced and competitive, along with many other programs to create a soccer experience for every level. The club currently has 3,500 players participating in a variety of programs. The Virginia Rush has become a model club for the state. The work of the staff has provided benefits to the players since their inception, with two state cup championship teams, two finalists and 10 teams advancing to the final four.