*Costs and Registration Deadlines:
Early: January 13 to January 31, 2014. $45.00
Standard: February 1 to February 28, 2014. $50.00
Late: March 1 to March 10, 2014. $60.00
Families can subtract $5 for additional siblings.
*Will include socks with t-shirts and coaches shirts; no sponsors (EYSA on left chest, number on back)
*Coaches Meeting: March 19, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the American Legion
*Field Set-Up: TBA
*Practices Start the week of March 24, 2014
All teams are limited to one practice per week at the Sports Complex
U15 may have to practice at Eagle Lake, if times interfere with Middle School girls soccer
*6 games only, no tournaments.
*2013 Fall team sizes and age cut-offs, rules apply
*Games to played:
*Action Sports Photography will be there on April 19 or April 26 for team/individual pictures.
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.