Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the Tri-Town Recreational and Travel soccer programs?

Tri-Town Soccer includes both a recreational league and a more competitive travel division, known as Tri-Town United Travel Soccer.  Each program has a separate Board of Directors.  The recreation program focuses on providing an opportunity for all kids to play team soccer, where players are assigned a team with typically one practice per week, and all games are played in Goffstown.  The travel division involves a higher degree of commitment, with players selected through tryouts, two practices per week, with both home and away games.  The travel program focuses on the development of skills while stressing teamwork and sportsmanship.  The travel division has teams in both the fall and spring seasons, while the recreation program is only during the fall season.

When are the fall and spring seasons?

The fall season begins in late August and runs through the first weekend of November, while the spring season runs from mid-April through mid-June (depending on weather and field conditions).  Tournaments and playoffs may be available prior, during and following the regular season.

How far away are the games?

Home games are played at Sarette Field in Pinardville during the fall, and Mountain View Middle School in Goffstown during the spring.  Away games vary from season to season, with the common locations being Amherst, Henniker, Hudson, Pelham, Bedford, New London, and the surrounding areas.  Occasionally we will have away games in Keene, Belmont, Holderness, or Hanover.  It is your responsibility to get your child to the games, no transportation from the club is provided.

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Off-Season Opportunities

Tri-Town United Travel Soccer players are encouraged to play soccer year-round. Both Fieldhouse Sports in Bow and the SportsZone in Derry offer indoor soccer opportunities throughout the year.  Some Tri-Town coaches organize teams for winter leagues if enough players are interested in participating.

In the winter, many of our teams plays futsal in the Futsal NH league. Futsal is a very fast-paced version of indoor soccer that emerged in South America and encourages the development of foot skills. For more information about futsal and why it's great for your child's development as a soccer player, visit here. Long-time Tri-Town supporter Bruno Victal of Brazilian Art Soccer Training also offers weekly soccer instruction, as well as summer and vacation camps throughout the region. His Saint Anselm College overnight camps are offered in the summer, but players are welcome to sign up for any camp that is convenient for them.