We will be separating the U8 division by gender. We are using this as a test run and will evaluate how this worked at the end of this season.
Welcome to the EYSA 2014 Fall season! The volunteer board is hard at work to bring another great season to the young soccer players of our area.
For the fall, we will provide polyester jerseys, with matching socks, awards for EVERY player, and end of season tourney for U10-U15, and will have a photographer back for individual and team pictures.
EYSA will practice at Eagle Lake Elementary, and play matches at the Edwardsburg Sports Complex.
DateRange 1st player 2nd Player3rd player 4th
Early Bird Registration 5/31 to 6/18 $75 $65 $20 $15
Regular Registration 6/19 to 7/16 $80 $70 $25 $20
Late Registration 7/17 to 8/3 $90 $80 $80 $80
After August 3, placement on a team is not guaranteed.
Sign up as a head coach and receive a $25 discount. Assistant coaches receive a $10 discount.
Without the use of Edwardsburg School property, the league would not exist. We appreciate the use of their fields. In order to continue to be allowed use of these fields, we must follow school rules, and be respectful of the school property as well as the property of others in surrounding neighborhoods. There is no smoking allowed on any school property. Dogs are not allowed on school property at any time. Parking is only permitted in the designated parking lots. Please do not park in the street, and do not park on the lawns of those who live near the school. Do not ever park on US12 near Eagle Lake School.
We are in need of Coaches and Sponsors! It is truly the generosity of the coaches and the sponsors that make EYSA happen. We plan to offer an advanced coach clinic as well as the introductory course to help you. Included are a Coach’s Application and a Sponsor Registration Form.
The first game will be September 6, 2014. Coaches will contact players in mid August.
****** PLEASE SUPPORT NEW FIELD DEVELOPMENT ******
EYSA is working with the Edwardsburg Sports Complex to develop new soccer fields, for the benefit of EYSA, as well as baseball diamonds and football fields for our other youth sports organizations in Edwardsburg. We need your help! If you wish to make a contribution you may add any additional amount onto the registration fee, and note the donation on the bottom of the player registration form.
The Edwardsburg Youth Soccer Association (EYSA) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization fostering and supporting the development of organized youth soccer and providing an enjoyable soccer experience in which our youth have the opportunity to grow and develop.
EYSA is a volunteer run community organization. The goal of EYSA is to provide recreational opportunities for any child interested in soccer. There are no residency requirements.
EYSA relies on volunteers to coach, manage, and organize the league.
The Edwardsburg Youth Soccer Association primary focus is to provide a total, well-rounded and positive soccer experience for the player, coach, referee, and parent.
Enjoyment for All Children
Edwardsburg Youth Soccer Association shall be responsible for the promotion of physical health, mental and emotional growth and to develop, govern, and promote the game of soccer at all levels of age and competition.
EYSA believes that local soccer organizations play a fundamental role in the on-going evolution of soccer in the United States. We take that role seriously and will endeavor to provide quality programs and resources that move motivated players along the player-development continuum. At the same time EYSA understands that children participate in youth soccer for a variety of reasons and we have a duty to the community to offer programs that encourage, excite, and energize every player, regardless of ability.
We recognize that the most important aspect of youth sports is the opportunity to teach important life-lessons to impressionable children. All players have the opportunity to benefit from the values taught through teamwork, effort, responsibility, and commitment. EYSA understands that children learn from and are influenced by the adults involved in our organization. Accordingly we demand the highest standard of behavior from every board member, director, staff member, coach, and volunteer.