Northwest soccer tradition. Player focused.

Boys Micro Soccer
5 players
Racially diverse

Our Coaches

Lake Hills Soccer Club teams are coached by dedicated volunteers. 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.

All Lake Hills coaches and team managers must pass a national background check and complete training in the following areas:

  • Concussion Awareness
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness
  • Abuse Prevention

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


LHSC Rec U8+ Coaches Meeting cancelled for 2020

Rec U13-U19 District II Meeting 


EYSA Jamboree 2018

EYSA Coach Training

WSYSA License Clinic Schedule

Player Development Clinics

EYSA Coaching Programs

LHSC Annual Meeting--mid-November


All LHSC coaches, team managers, and board members must complete the following...

  1. Register with the club each year, updating contact information as needed. Please read the buttons above and register for the appropriate level.
  2. Complete Heads Up Concussion certification every year
  3. Complete SafeSport online training and/or refresher courses every year. Access code for new training: YC3E-6P5G-YYIL-CS2M (no code required for refresher)
  4. Complete certification in Sudden Cardiac Arrest awareness every three years.
  5. AFTER all certificates are completed, apply for and clear a nationwide background check through the Washington Youth Soccer Risk Management Application (RMA) system.


INSTRUCTIONS DOCUMENT FOR Concussion, SafeSport, Sudden Cardiac Arrest and RMA:

If you're new to the WSYSA system, you should expect to create a new account in Affinity (page 19)


Instructions for volunteers under age 18:


Need assistance? Call Affinity Customer Support 1.888.213.3999

Concussion in Youth Sport Training

This mandatory training must be completed by coaches every year. Training is accessed through this website:

Consult the WSYSA INSTRUCTIONS DOCUMENT for more information.

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. Certification is valid for three years.

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

Consult WSYSA INSTRUCTIONS DOCUMENT for more information.


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.

As a member of  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 of initial certificate. Certificates are valid for 1 year.

Consult WSYSA INSTRUCTIONS DOCUMENT for more information.

Use Access Code: YC3E-6P5G-YYIL-CS2M




Anyone who HAS completed the Core SafeSport Training requirement, should complete Refresher 1: Recognizing and Reporting Misconduct. Simply go to and sign in.

The Refresher course will be available on the “Learning Dashboard”.

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Lake Hills Soccer Club team names all end with a letter and a two digit number that usually remains the same year after year. The letter, B or G,  indicates whether the team is a Boys team or a Girls team. The number indicates the birth year of the players on the team. Example:

Lake Hills Tornadoes B09  is a team for boys born in 2009.

Sometimes teams and players are referred to by their age level, which of course changes every year. In the example above, the Tornadoes B09 will play at the U11 age level in the 2019-20 season. In other words, in 2019 the Tornadoes will be a U11 team. The age level may also include gender, such as BU11. Confusion can result when the birth year and play level are similar. In 2017, teams for boys and girls born in 2010 (B09 and G09) played at the U9 age level (BU9 and GU9) The following year, the teams played BU10 and GU10 but their names continued to include B09 or G09 based on the player birth year.  
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The Mod Clinic is one of each U8-U10 team’s two weekly practices. All LHSC teams in an age group (U8-U10) gather at one location each week in September and October. Club Clinicians work on skills and drills with coaches and players; Clinicians are also available to answer questions and offer support to coaches.

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After rosters are released to coaches in June, the LHSC Competition Chair requests the coach’s input on a survey. Coaches are asked to gauge how well the team did in the past season and to guesstimate whether they believe the team should be moved into a more or less challenging division for the next season. The competition chair, in conjunction with the league use that information along with past season standings and other league data to place all teams in a division to provide them with a FUN and competitive season.

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Placing dozens of teams in divisions is a complicated process, as is writing the actual schedules for all of the teams’ games. Moving a team to a different division after the season starts is not possible. The coach should consult with LHSC Competition Chair and/or Rec Program Chair to find ways to maximize player development while still exercising good sportsmanship.

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In order to ensure that ALL teams land in a division where they can be as challenged and competitive as possible, coaches need to provide input. In late June/early July coaches are asked to fill out a survey regarding their teams’ relative strength. Coach feedback is important in all cases. Along with feedback, the league takes the past season record into account when placing teams. In general, the top 1-2 teams in a division are moved up and the bottom 1-2 teams are moved down a division WHEN POSSIBLE. The number of teams in an age group changes from year to year, so the number of divisions sometimes does as well. For example: If an age group changes from having three divisions to two, it’s not possible for the team at the bottom of Division 2 to move down, however their division will likely have teams from the previous year’s Division 3, so the placement is likely to be more appropriate. Team-specific questions should be directed to the LHSC Competition Chair so they can be answered in the context of that that team’s age group and divisions.

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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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