Beginning January 1, 2002, a new policy governing how games for the U-09, U-10, and U-11 age groups are conducted will go into effect. Click here to view this new policy: NYSWYSA Policies For U9, U10 & U11 Age Divisions
Larry Evarts can be contacted via e-mail or by phone at (585) 865-9320.
Rec Symposium Photos
Photos from the recent Rec Soccer Symposium
2003-2004 Chevy Cup and Tide American Cup Plans
Looking for clubs to host events
The last three years have been very successful for the Chevy Cup and the Tide America Cup.
If your recreational Club would like to host one of these events for the 2003-2004 season (Chevy Cup or Tide America Cup), please contact Larry S. Evarts, your NYSW Recreationall/TOPSoccer Director at (585) 865-9320 or email me: RecSoccer
I will work with you in setting up and planning the event and be in attendance to help you with your event. Remember, if you plan to schedule, the Chevy Cup and Tide America Cup are a two day event (weekend).
THE CHEVY CUP AND THE TIDE AMERICA CUP ARE FOR RECREATION CLUBS AND TEAMS ONLY.
Updates to Recreational Clubs contact information requested
If your club has changed President or recreational contact point, please e-mail Larry Evarts and your District Commissioner, the name, address, and phone number of that person. Some mailings were done within the last two weeks and the information is going to the wrong people. Updating will help Larry and the state office to get recreational information to the correct people. Thank you for your help.
Kickin' it with ..... Tide - American Cup
Tide has teamed up with US Youth Soccer to sponsor the Tide American Cup - the largest recreational tournament in the country. It's huge, with over 55 State Associations, thousands of leagues and clubs, and over 3 million players. Tide and US Youth Soccer are natural teammates - after all, who knows more about how to take care of soccer uniform fabrics than Tide.
New Program to NYSW
US Youth Soccer's Soccer Start program is designed to introduce the sport of soccer to youngsters living in communities not yet served by existing clubs and leagues. Focused on making soccer available to "disadvantaged" children, Soccer Start provides soccer training and administrative guidance to players and organizations who might otherwise not be exposed to the sport.