Alleghany Highlands Youth Soccer Association: Welcome

Alleghany Highlands Youth Soccer Association

Providing a soccer program dedicated to promoting the sport of soccer for the youth of Alleghany County and Covington, Virginia.


  • To educate children and parents about the game of soccer.
  • To teach skills that develop better individual and team players.
  • To promote team play and sportsmanship through the game of soccer.
  • To educate coaches and provide programs for their improvement.
  • To provide the opportunity and resources for youth to play soccer year round.
  • To work consistently and harmoniously with the Recreation Departments form Clifton Forge, Covington, and Alleghany County in working to build a better soccer program.


You can REGISTER AT AHYSA Registration site
Game Cancellation #540-863-6500   
For updated information check out the "My Site News" and for Games and practices, check out the "Calendar"!

Saturday, October 3
No Games Oct. 3

Due to the recent (and on going) inclement weather, all recreational games are cancelled for for today, Cotober 3.

Thursday, September 17
Quick info about the Leagues (Travel and Rec).

AHYSA Travel League Soccer Games began on Sept 12th. These teams are already set. If you are interested in a higher level of competition in the future, please contact a board member about participating in the spring or next fall.

AHYSA Recreational League Soccer games begin September 19th at Jackson River Sports Complex. All divisions: U6, U8, U10, and U12 will have games most Saturdays through the end of October. Coaches, if there are changes in games, please contact Scott Peterson, the referee coordinator @ (540) 958-0449.

Monday, January 26
ACL Stretches

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is one of a pair of ligaments in the knee and tearing them is one of the most common knee injury that happens in ANY sport, but especially Soccer and Football where you plant your foot and pivot with your knee.  The ACL is crucial for stabilizing the knee when turning or planting the leg.   An ACL injury can not alwas be prevented but your chances of one can be lessened if you stretch well before and after practices and games.    There is a new Handout (found in the Handouts section) from, Brett Siebenkittel, lead physical therapist at Allgehany Regional in Low Moor of warm-up and cool down exercises that can easily be done to help prevent ACL injury.


Click on the Title to go to AHYSA's On-Line Registration Web Site  where you can register for ANY and ALL of the AHYSA programs throughout the year at any time.