New Hampshire Soccer Association
New Hampshire Soccer Association/United States Adult Soccer Association’s (USASA) season year runs from September 1st of the current year to August 31st of the following year. The minimum age to register is 14 years of age as of September 1 of the current seasonal year. Players under the age of 18 are required to complete an Adult Registration Form (minor) signed by his/her parent or legal guardian. There is no maximum player age limit.
The USASA National Veterans Cup offers Over 30 to Over 70 age divisions. Individual adult league age requirements may vary. Check your local league’s rules regarding minimum age requirements.
For those adult clubs or leagues interested in affiliating with New Hampshire Soccer Association, it is never too late to do so as we accept leagues and clubs throughout the year, as long as the league or club is incorporated with the State of New Hampshire.
LHIFA, known as the Latino Hispanic International Football Association has a long and exciting history that started in 1992. It is one of the most popular soccer leagues which focus on the southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts area. Despite being known as the Latino Hispanic International Football Association, the emphasis is on the “I” in LHIFA, as LHIFA encourages all players regardless of race to participate in their men’s league and club.
Currently we have teams from Maine, NH, VT and MA, making up the 85-team league. There are 5 male divisions, 3 female divisions, 1 Adult Co-Ed Division and this year we’re adding a new High School Co-Ed Division. It is truly a great league with great people.