Greater Pittston Stoner Youth Soccer

Important Updates

Updated 5/21/2015

The Greater Pittston Stoners Youth Soccer Association will be holding  our FINAL SCHEDULED Registration Date for the 2015 fall season this Saturday May 23rd (See below). 

The fall season is open to all children who turn 5 years of age by August 1st thru age 18.


No Registration will be accepted without all forms filled out completely and a valid birth certificate. There will be no mail-in registration option for the fall season. All registrations must be completed at one of the scheduled sessions below.


                           Dates                                                               Times                                                   Location


                Saturday, May 23rd, 2015                              1:00pm – 3:00pm                             Robert Yaple Park


Location Address:     Robert Yaple Park

                                     1-99 Cemetery St

                                     Pittston, Pa 18640


Fall Registration fee's will be $45 for 1st child, $40 for 2nd child, and $35 for each additional child registering in the same family. Any player requiring a uniform will be an additional $20.



Greater Pittston  Stoners Youth Soccer
We are a recreational youth soccer club. Providing soccer for children aged 5 to 18. Our organization has approximately 700 players for Fall Season. We also offer a Spring Season.

The Greater Pittston Stoners Youth Soccer Organization, Inc.,exists to foster and perpetuate the game of soccer where fair play, and proper sporting behavior will be displayed at all times. This corporation is incorporated to establish and maintain an organization through which the youth under the age of 19 in the Greater Pittston region may learn and participate in the game of soccer, thereby deriving all the traditional educational benefits thereof including self-respect, regard for others, teamwork, sportsmanship, and competitive skills. It is the further purpose of the organization to promote community spirit among the participants and combat the menace of juvenile delinquency in all its forms.