Soccer is one of the world’s most popular team sports. It’s also Special Olympics’ most popular sport due to the fact that it can be played by boys, girls, men and women of just about any physical build and ability.

Special Olympics soccer is a fall sport where athletes train and compete from August through October.

2019 Fall Games Soccer Results

2019 Fall Games Factsheet

Available Events

  • 5v5 Traditional team
  • 5v5 Unified team
  • 3v3 Traditional team*
  • 3v3 Unified team*
  • College Unified Sports Club league

*Available for athletes ages 6-7 (exhibition games only) and ages 8-13.
*3v3 soccer teams DO NOT advance to Sectional or Fall Games competition.

2019 League Events

2019 Sectional Events

2019 State Events

*Results & Photos will be posted once available following the completion of 2019 Fall Games*

Criteria for Advancement

  • Teams are required to compete in league play to advance to Fall Games.
  • Individual athletes may only miss two league games in order to be eligible to advance to Fall Games.
  • The top three finishers at sectional competitions will advance to the Fall Games.

General Guidelines

Teams must be properly uniformed with numbered shirts and short without pockets.

Sports Registration Checklist

Read through and complete this checklist of to-dos before signing up for a local program.