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Coaches make sure goals are anchored before practice.

If fields are closed no use of the area is permitted.



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Our Mission

To provide the youth of Richlands the opportunity to participate in recreational and competitive soccer leagues by teaching and demonstrating soccer skills, sportsmanship, honesty, respect, and fair play. To provide a safe environment where our youth not only can excel in their soccer skills but also learn the importance of physical fitness in their lives. To provide an atmosphere where the player's emotional well-being will be nurtured as they learn the importance of teamwork, determination, persistence, and hard work. All members will work towards instilling youth the enjoyment and fun aspects of the beautiful game of soccer.

Goal Safety

goalCoaches, don't practice or play games with goals that are not tied down or anchored. All goals need to be secured to ground before use.                                             

The following links on Goal Safety can be reviewed by clicking on link:
Anchored For Safety and Kwik goal safety.

News Update


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 Spring Registration  

 Openings in following age groups-

U7 Boys - 2 openings

U8 Girls - 1 opening

U10 Boys - 2 openings

U14 Coed - 3 openings

Click on recreation registration at top of page to proceed with registration.

Late Fee of $10.00 will apply on 1/12/15

Teams will begin to form 1/20/15 for U7 - U18

Season Games U7 - U18  will begin around 2/21/15

Season Games U5 - U6 will begin around 3/7/15


Mailing Address


Richlands Soccer Club

565 Richlands Loop Rd.

Richlands, NC 28574

Referee Clinic

You can now start officiating after you complete the online registration and online modules and exam.

The classroom review can be completed at a later date. We’ll schedule some local clinics later on.

Next clinic in the Jacksonville area will be:

New Certification

Feb 7th.    

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

OCSA Soccer Complex Office
2221 Belgrade Swansboro Rd.
Maysville, NC 28555

referee pics.png 1Referee Certification for new referees:

Referee certification is a 3 part process.

First go to and click on “2015 USSF Referee Registration” under Referee Registration and complete the online registration process and payment.

The second part is to complete the online clinic materials, training modules and referee test.

The 3rd part is to attend the 8 hour, 1 day classroom session which is a review of those materials.

Click on “2015 New Referee Clinics” to see the clinics near you.

For additional info or questions contact Cliff Clement at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   or call 910-340-9130.


What should I bring to the to the entry level clinic (Grade 8), what material is provided and a brief overview of the clinic?
The USSF Referee clinic will certify referees with (USSF) United States Soccer Federation. You will be registered with (NCSRA) North Carolina Soccer Referees Association.

Successful completion of this clinic will certify referees to work anywhere in the U.S. This certification is not associated with any high school or college program.

What to bring with you: pen or pencil, social security number, notepaper. Lunch on your own.

My child has soccer practice on the clinic day, May he/she leave for two hours and return after practice?
No, we understand people have very busy schedules, but attendance at the
entire clinics is mandatory.

Is there a minimum age requirement to become a referee?
Yes, in North Carolina we have a minimum age requirements. You must be at least 14 years old in order to attend the grade 8 referee certification clinic.

When will we start getting game assignments?

This will be covered in the clinic, but you need to register with an assignor after you get certified. The assignments come through the referee assignors.

If there is a particular league of field location you wish to referee, you need to contact the assignor who assigns those games.

What do referees earn?
The payment depends on the age level of the game, division (recreational, challenge, or classic, amateur, etc..) and whether you are the referee or the assistant referee.

Fees for the classic division are listed on the NCYSA website, for all other matches ask your assignor.

I am not able to attend the listed clinics, When will the next clinics be held?
Clinic are opened after July and will be posted on the USSF NC Central Hub. 

For the list of clinic dates check the clinic schedule in this website as the dates are added continuously.

David Hall

NCSRA Operations Manager

136 Manley Ave

Greensboro, NC 27407

(336) 763-1833 office

(336) 213-0467 cell

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Important Notices

Per Onslow County Board of Education Policy. There is a "Tobacco Free" law that applies to all schools in Onslow County. No one is allowed to have any tobacco products on school premises. As soon as your vehicle enters school property you must refrain from any tobacco products. Thanks for abiding by the "Tobacco Free" law and we hope that everyone understands.

Pet Policy - There are no pets allowed at the Richlands Soccer Fields during anytime.

Parking - All vechicles unless given permission  are only allowed in the parking lots please refrain from grass areas.

Buildings - Property of Onslow County Schools please keep your kids from these areas as they are not part of the playing area.


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