The BYSA Board meets regularly at the Community Center at 7:30 pm. Anyone interested in attending should notify your division coordinator.
Registration for all spring 2018 programs is currently open.
For our coaching volunteers, CJSA based background checks are required every three years. For new coaches or for those whose three year limit has expired, a tutorial for completing the background process is available.
The Nutmeg schedule for the spring 2018 season has been posted. Please look under the Recreation tab for more information.
Rosters for the MiniKicker, Nutmeg, Junior Boys and Girls, and Senior Boys and Girls Divisions will be added when available.
BYSA is sponsoring a 2018 spring soccer camp. The camp will take place during the mornings of April 9 - April 13 at Sage Park. The camp will be organized and staffed by the Leszek Wrona Soccer Academy. All staff will be professional soccer coaches skilled in coaching the appropriate age groups. For more information or to register via the mail, please see the camp brochure.
The US Soccer Small Sided Player Development Initiatives will be in effect starting wth the fall 2017 season. These initiatives will impact our travel and rec programs through the age of U12 and are meant to provide an environment which will enhance the development of a players soccer skills. The full documents from US Soccer and a summary of the changes are available under our coaches tab.
The impact of concussions in all athletes, professional, amateur, and youth, has led to a greater understanding of the impacts that this injury. In an effort to improve the knowledge of our officials, coaches, parents, and players, we have taken some proactive steps. Awareness classes for our coaches have been held in the past and we have recently upgraded our site with information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) who has one of the most comprehensive sites on this topic. We recommend that all parents and players take advantage of this information (found under the parents tab) and become knowledgeable regarding possible symptoms and treatments of concussions.