Northwest soccer tradition. Player focused.

Boys Micro Soccer
5 players
Racially diverse

Our Coaches

Lake Hills Soccer Club teams are coached primarily by dedicated volunteers, with a few carefully chosen paid coaches at the Club Select level. Our soccer coaches are parents, grandparents, older siblings, and community members all coming together to support children as they learn and enjoy The Beautiful Game. Lake Hills programs allow for and encourage coaches to grow along with their players. Not every coach comes to us with soccer or coaching experience. Volunteers with an enthusiastic desire to learn will find training and guidance from both Lake Hills Soccer Club and Eastside Youth Soccer Association.

Email for more information about coaching opportunities.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to register.

Lake Hills Soccer Club is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit

Tax ID # 23-7408465


Clinics and Events

EYSA Jamboree 2018

EYSA Coach Training

WSYSA License Clinic Schedule

Player Development Clinics

EYSA Coaching Programs

LHSC Rec U8+ Coaches Meeting July 26th

Rec U13-U19 District II Meeting July 12 OR July 17 (attend one) Redmond High School Theater from 7 to 8:30 pm. First time coaches please arrive by 7pm, those who have previously coached in D2 can arrive at 7:45pm.

LHSC Annual Meeting--mid-November

LHSC Volunteer Requirements

All LHSC coaches, team managers, and board members must complete the following steps in order to volunteer.

  1. Register with the club each year, updating contact information as needed. Click the appropriate yellow button above to access the registration form.
  2. Clear a nationwide background check each year through the Washington Youth Soccer Risk Management Application (RMA) system.
  3. Complete online training in Sudden Cardiac Arrest awareness and submit certificate to LHSC Registrar every three years.
  4. Complete SafeSport online training and submit all three certificates to LHSC Registrar every two years.

RMA Risk Management Application

A Risk Management Application (RMA) needs to be completed for every LHSC volunteer. This includes coaches, trainers, team managers, team photographers, etc. It is a simple online application. Volunteers under the age of eighteen (18) must have a parent/guardian's electronic signature on the legal agreement to run a national background check.

Please use your legal first and last name when completing the form.

Visit the RMA link for WA Youth Soccer Volunteers:

Open the REGISTRATION tab, and choose "Coach/Admin" registration. You will either log in with your existing Affinity user name and password or create a new account (if you're a new employee or volunteer)

This registration initiates the national background check as required by Washington Youth Soccer.

Background checks are valid for one year from the application date, and must be renewed for each coach and volunteer before being assigned to the team's roster.

Coaches will not be rostered or issued practice fields without a cleared, valid RMA.



Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness

On July 24, 2015, Senate Bill 5083 – also known as the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Act – became effective. The law mandates that ALL coaches (paid or volunteer) at organizations using public school district facilities in the State of Washington are educated in the nature and risk of sudden cardiac arrest prior to the first practice/competition.

The training takes approximately 15 minutes and is available for free at

Certification is valid for three years.

  1. Go to: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Online Training
  2. Select "Order Course"
  3. First time users, click on "Register Here"
  4. Set up your account, verify your email; then
  5. Select "Courses" at the top;
  6. Use the search bar to find "Sudden Cardiac Arrest"; then
  7. Float the pointer over course and select "View Course"; then
  8. Select "Order Course" and follow the prompts through checkout;
  9. Access and complete the course.
  10. DOWNLOAD and save your certificate of completion
  11. Compose a new email with subject line “Certification” to: with a copy of your certificate attached. Registrar will reply to confirm receipt.


About Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in Young Athletes: The Nick of Time Foundation



SafeSport Abuse Prevention 

On February 14th, 2018, the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 was enacted by Congress and became federal law.

The Act creates a new ‘standard of care’ for all organizations providing youth sport programming. In short, the new Act requires Prevention Training and Prevention Policies.

In cooperation with US Youth Soccer, and Washington Youth Soccer, Lake Hills Soccer Club now requires all coaches, managers, and board members to complete the training linked below and submit certificates to the Club Registrar.

Allow up to 2.5 hours for completion. Certificates are valid for 2 years.

  1. Go to:
  2. Use Access Code: YC3E-6P5G-YYIL-CS2M
  3. Add ‘U.S. Soccer’ to your membership profile upon registration of an account
  4. Download the following THREE CERTIFICATES upon completion:
    Sexual Misconduct Awareness Education
    Reporting Child Sexual Abuse
    Emotional and Physical Misconduct
  5. Compose an email with subject line: SafeSport
  6. Include the name of your team/s in the body of the email
  7. Attach all three certificates to the email
  8. Send to



Lake Hills Soccer Club is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit  Tax ID # 23-7408465

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Bellevue, WA


PO Box . 6744
Bellevue, WA

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