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Updated: October 5, 9:51 PM

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How to sign-up online
Important Notes:
You must be a resident of the Springfield School District.

There is no need to create a new account if you created an account in 2011-2014.  Use your existing account to sign-up for sports.  

1. If you have an SAA account, login to get started.  If you don't have an SAA account already, create a new SAA Account andaaand then login.
2. Modify information for children already if necessary.  Add any new children you want to register.
4. Pay for all of the childen you register.
5. Select the sports you want your children to play.
6. Make any special requests.
7. Volunteer to coach if you can.

Frequently asked questions
What sports are available and when are they played?
The SAA offers a range of intramural and travel sports in the Winter, Spring and Fall.  Tryouts could be required for a travel sport.  Tryouts may occur months prior to the start of the official season.  Details will be posted on this website. 

A coach will contact you prior to the start of the sports you elect with details.

How much does it cost?
Child #1 = $100
Child #2 = $85
Child #3 = $70
Child #4+ = Free

- Travel team fees are extra and vary by sport. 
- Additional fees may apply by sport (e.g., umpire fees).

- A $25 late fee is applied on a sport-by-sport basis if you do not register by the cut-off date for the sport. 
- The cut-off to avoid 2014 late fees for Spring sports is March 10.

The fees cover January to December. Registration and fees will be due each year thereafter. The fee covers all sports all year as long as your child is grade & age approriate. 

Are fees adjusted or prorated based on number of sports signed-up for?
No. The standard membership fee is a flat fee.

Who can register to play in the SAA?
- Residents of Springfield, Morton and Swarthmore.
- Residents of the Springfield School District.
- Kids in kindergarten and above.

Which sports can my child play?
There are intramural programs starting in Grade K and running up until Grade 10.  The membership fully fee covers the cost of participating in these programs.  Depending on the season and grade level, your child can be involved in basketball, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, baseball, lacrosse, and  wrestling. 

Tryouts might be required for "travel" programs.  Addtional fees are also required and vary by sport.  This includes soccer (Springfield FC), lacrosse, basketball and baseball. 


What if I move from the Springfield School District Area?       We do have a grandfather policy.  Members leaving the area are welcomed to maintain their membership status if they desire.

Can I request my child be placed team with another child?
Yes. You can make requests during the sport sign-up process.  We will do our best to accomodate requests.

How can I volunteer to coach?
We need your help!  The sport sign-up process allows you to indicate when you have an interest in coaching.

How can I get more involved?
Beyond coaching, we're always looking for people to contribute to the SAA.  Programs sometimes need new directors to lead the way and they always need additional help in a variety of roles.  The SAA always benefits from various talents and expertise of members (legal, marketing, construction, etc.).  Contact the SAA and/or attend one of the monthly meetings (8:00 PM on 2nd Wed. of each month at the Old Central School building...behind Wawa).  


What time period does registration cover?
Registration period is January to December each year.   When you register in January you can sign-up for Spring, Fall and Winter sports.

Can I make changes to the sports I signed up for?
Yes. You can log into your account at any time to make changes.  Please note that if you register after the cut-off date for a sport you will incur a $25 late fee.

How come I don't see the right sports available for my kid?
The system is designed to present sports based on current grade, age and gender.  Make sure age and grade information you entered for them is correct.  DO NOT anticipate what grade they will be in next year (for Fall sports).  The system assumes each child will "graduate" at the end of each year and automatically promotes them.  So, if your child is in pre-school in the Winter, we will allow them to register for a Fall sport targeted for kids in Grade K in the Fall.  

Please be sure to contact the director of a specific sport for ANY questions reguarding that sport.


Who can I contact concerning questions for a specific sport? 
Each sport has a director.  See our Contact Us page.

Who can I contact about how to initially sign up for membership?
For membership information please e-mail Tom Aughe, Director of Membership. Contact Us page. 

SAA Codes of Coduct
We need your help to keep SAA sports fun and safe for the kids. To help guide our parents and coaches and support the kids playing in all of our programs, we adopted both a Coach Code of Conduct and a Parent Code of Conduct.   

All SAA Coaches must complete a coach registration form and successfully complete a background check
Want to coach, complete an online form to help get things going.  There are also PA State requirements for
background checks that all coaches must comply with. 





Travel Boys Basketball Tryouts Oct 18 & 25

Please see Basketball page and Travel Boys link for important information about travel teams for the 2015-2016 school year.  Tryouts October 18 and 25. 

Travel Girls Basketball Tryouts Oct 17 & 24
Please see the Girls Travel Page for more info.  Thank you.

SAA Monthly Meeting...You are invited!
Each month Sept. - June, SAA Directors meet on the 2nd Wed. of the month, 8 PM at Old Central School (behind Wawa).  Program directors provide updates and other program-wide matters are discussed.  Elections are held each Fall (November) and if you are thinking about taking a formal role now is the time to attend.  Beyond program leadership professional expertise in a range of things is needed...acounting, marketing, PR, legal, construction, website, child safety...you name it...we can use it!  

Mandatory Coach Registration & Background Checks...time to get started
PA state laws now requires specific mandatory background checks for volunteers and paid employees associated with programs like those offered by the SAA. These checks are to be initiated by the volunteers through PA portals. The results must be reviewed and coaches approved by the SAA.  We're working with a partner website clearcheck.me to manage the digital paperwork. In most circumstances it will only take you a few minutes to get going...but getting results and approvals can take days.  GET STARTED HERE

Intramural soccer update
We're ramping up for intramual soccer to start Sept. 12-13.  At this time "special requests" for K-3 team assingments are closed.  Stay tuned for more details about the upcoming seaon.

SAA District Baseball Teams in PA State Tournaments

The SAA 10U and 11U Cal Ripken District teams have advanced to the PA State Tournament.  Congratuations to both teams, 10U District 1 runner-up and 11u District 1 CHAMPIONS.  See the SAA Baseball page for more details and results.

Springfield AA Tee Ball

T-Ball starts on Saturday April 4, 2015.  All teams should report to Church Rd on Saturday at 9 am.  If you have not heard from your coach, please come to Church Rd at 8:45 AM to the first base side of the baseball field.

Summer Soccer Camp 22-26

Futbol24 Soccer Training Academy will host a skills technical training camp this summer. The camp is open to all skill level players. The camp will run for 1week, Monday through Friday at the Church Road Park Fields in Springfield. The 5 half day sessions (9am-12pm) will cost only $135 per player and the 5 full day sessions (9am-3pm) will only cost $200 — OPEN to girls and boys, this is a special price for all SAA and Springfield FC players.

Use the form below to register or for more information call Paul Horozoglou at, 267-249-0677, visit Futbol24 website or check out the application form.

Registration for 2015 Sports is Open!
Time to sign up for another great year of youth sports.  All registration is online for all 2015 sports (spring, fall, winter).  No in-person registration is planned.  A secure transaction process will provide you with an automatic emailed receipt. 

If you created an account in previous years you can login and register for 2015 sports using your existing account.  Have trouble with your password?  A temporary one can be sent to your email account from the login screen.  Make sure the temporary password doesn't go into your spam folder. 

If you are a new member, create an new account.  It only takes a few minutes.  See "How to sign up online" info on this page.

Register for spring sports before March 10 to avoid late fees.  Travel lacrosse programs held tryouts in Fall 2014.  You still have to register for those programs in 2015 to be eligible to play.