May 7: Boston YOuth Soccer Summit

Moderator & Panelists

  • Tracey Britton, Good Sports
  • Greta Teller Bruce, GX Consulting & Boston Unity Cup
  • Paul McCaffrey, Boston Parks & Recreation
  • John Maconga, Boston Scores
  • Maren Rojas, Edgework Consulting & South Shore Select
  • Mike Borislow, Mass Youth Soccer Assoc.
  • Ian Mulliner, Mass Youth Soccer Assoc.
  • Caroline K. Foscato, South End Soccer
  • Preston Hollis, Soccer Without Borders

Sep 10: Boston YOuth Soccer Summit

Moderator & Panelists

  • Caroline K. Foscato, South End Soccer
  • Phi Nguyen, South End Soccer 
  • Bob Gibson, Soccer Super Stars
  • Mike Borislow, Mass Youth Soccer Assoc.
  • Tony Loftis, BAYS League
  • Paul McCaffrey, Boston Parks & Recreation​

VIRTUAL activities and family fun

--- Adding little joy in our players lives each week until they return to the pitch. To be added to list, email:​


 Spectator guidelines







  •  Dates TBA, please check back for more information.



​​Boston YOutH Soccer Summits 2020

-- SE Soccer hosts a series of Summits to connect City of Boston, youth sport leaders, health leaders, soccer leaders and stakeholders to address the needs of our youth to safely play, and strengthen our connections and collaborations.

March 2021: Dear Parents and Family Members,

We are working to create a fun and safe soccer experience for everyone. Our spectator rules and expectations are all designed with safety in mind. Please note that, as a condition of our field permits, the City of Boston requires a number of Covid-related rules. We respectfully ask that you abide by the following:

All spectators, players, and referees must wear masks. In order to limit the number of spectators per game, per the City of Boston spectators from both teams be limited to 1 parents/guardians for every player. All spectators must remain socially distanced from each other. Please see the maps at the field for designated areas for home and visiting spectators.

Please follow the Zero Tolerance Rule:

  • No one, except the players, is to speak to the referee during or after the game.
  • Absolutely no disputing calls, during or after the game, no remarks to the referee to watch certain players or attend to rough play.
  • NO YELLING at the referee, EVER, and no criticism, sarcasm, harassment, intimidation, or feedback of any kind during or after the game.

Finally, thank you for following these rules and helping create a positive environment for everyone!

South End Soccer

During COVID19, South End Soccer is working with our board, staff, local and national leaders to:

  • Bring resources to our players and families to help with health, play, isolation.
  • Bring together youth soccer programs and stakeholders across city, state, national levels to share resources and support each other.
  • Bring together partners, supporters and stakeholders to work together to increase equity in youth sports.