Goffstown United Travel Soccer Club is a competitive travel division for young athletes between the ages of 7-13. While our players primarily come from the communities of Goffstown and New Boston, players from other towns are welcomed. Our club offers a skills development program that builds sportsmanship and teamwork, while fostering connection to our local community through our sponsors, families and fans. Our club thrives thanks to volunteerism, from our board of directors to our coaches and assistant coaches. By providing training opportunities and resources to our volunteer coaches, we are able to provide a robust program at an affordable price. Goffstown United players grow together, building relationships and a strong foundation in the sport of soccer that they can carry with them into high school careers and beyond.

Our all boys and all girls teams compete in the New Hampshire Soccer League against other town's travel teams.  If you are interested in a less competitive, non-travel program, visit the Tri-Town Youth Soccer Recreational League.


Spring 2022 Tryouts 

       Big thank you to all of the families who attended tryouts these past two weekends. We had a great turn out and look forward to a strong spring season. Teams will be announced in the coming weeks, due to the holiday you may not hear about your team until the first week in December! If your child missed tryouts please reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Upcoming Events 

  • October 24th - Last Day of Regular Season
  • October 30 Playoffs (postponed)
  • October 31st Playoffs for small divisions round 1
  • November 5  - Goffstown United Spring 2022 Tryouts for U9 & U10
  • November 6 & 7 Playoffs
  • November 13 - Goffstown United Spring 2022 Tryouts for other age groups (moved due to playoffs)
  • December 3 - Teams Announced for Spring 2022




COVID-19 Information

Please refer to the New Hampshire Soccer Associations phased approach to return to play that we are currently following in order to comply with all state recommendations for keeping players and coaches safe.

We are officially in Phase 3. Please see NHSA guidelines for the details https://soccernh.com/nhsa_rtp-protocol/


We are asking all parents to pre-screen their children prior to any soccer related events to assess for fever, respiratory symptoms, or gastrointestinal symptoms . If your child has any of these symptoms please keep them home.