Total Soccer Institute is hosting camps to be held at Millersville University for Boys ages 8-12. Please see the brochures if you are interested:
Parents and Players,
Thank you for such a successful registration so far. Our site has been opened since November 1 and we have gotten terrific response for the Spring Season 2017.
If you register by Midnight, November 30 2016, you will receive a $16 discount on spring registration fees per player. This special promo is for the month of November ONLY.
This Discount is as follows:
For those who choose 0 Boxes of Candy, you will receive a $16 Discount
ex. U6 $65 – $16= $49
ex. U8-U19 $85 – $16= $69
For those who choose 1 Box of Candy, you will receive a $16 Discount
ex, U6 $65 -$16 -$16(candy)= $33
ex. U8-19 $85- $16 -$16(candy)= $53
2 Boxes of Candy = $0 Discount
(you already are getting the max discount by selling candy boxes)
For all families that have already registered or will be registering to get this discount and using credit cards, we will be working on crediting $16 back to your credit cards in December. For those families that are paying by check, please see above to see what applies to you. Again, if you have chosen the 2 Boxes of Candy, this discount will not apply.
Happy Holidays from the LYSC Board
The LYSC board will be taking nominations for the 2017 board of directors. Any club member (any LYSC coach or parent of an LYSC player) is eligible for board membership. Nominations will be completed during the November 3 club meeting (7:30 at the Warwick Township building), with elections to be held at the December 1 club meeting. Contact any LYSC board member with questions.
ABOUT SILENT WEEKEND
One game every season the LBYSA and LAGS designates as a silent game. What this basically means is that no instruction is to be given to the players from the coaches or the fans.
Although the term “silent” is used to recognize the day, the fans do not have to be “silent.” Parents are still encouraged to cheer for the players when they make a good play or score a goal. The “silent” pertains to the coaches giving instructions to the players, AND to all the “sideline coaches” who like to coach or give instructions to the kids from the parents’ side of the field.
The silent game gives the coaches an opportunity to evaluate the kids on how well they do without any instruction, while allowing the players to see first hand the importance of talking to each other on the field.
To all Families, Coaches/ Teams:
We hope the Fall Soccer Season has started off well for you. We are writing to provide you an update regarding team photographs for the Fall 2016 season. The Board has decided to eliminate Picture Day for the Fall 2016 season. We know many of you experienced poor customer service and other adverse issues with TSS in the Spring. As a consequence, we have decided to end our relationship with that company. We have attempted to identify an appropriate alternative photography company, but we have concluded that in order to “do it right and be successful,” we will hold off for Spring 2017 Season.
Our efforts to identify a replacement photography company have been impeded by a vacancy in the position of photography coordinator within the club and insufficient capacity among those already serving the club in other capacities to fill the void. We have been working to find a volunteer to help us out in this position and have been unsuccessful. So if this is of interest to you, we would appreciate your willingness to take on this job and get Picture Day back for Spring and seasons to come.
Amy Piehl, Registrar
All fields have been reopened for scheduled weekend games starting Saturday morning (10/1). Check back periodically as there is a possibility of more rain on Saturday Morning.
Due to the large volume of rain that has already fallen and is expected to continue to fall on and off, all LYSC fields are closed for the evening of 9/29/16. Field status will be updated when fields are ready for practice or play.
The state association encourages everyone to wear their favorite soccer jersey on Friday, October 7 to raise awareness for cancer research. Additionally, donations can be made online or via text message.
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. (September 27)— Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer, in partnership with Red Card Cancer, is proud to announce the second annual Futbol Friday for October 7, 2016.
Futbol Friday is a day to celebrate soccer and raise awareness and donations for cancer research. Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer and its partners encourage everyone to wear their favorite soccer jersey on Futbol Friday, which coincides with the height of the fall season as well as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A $10 donation can be made to Red Card Cancer, a soccer-based cancer research charity, by texting “SOCCER” to 52000. Additionally, donations can be made at EPYSA.org/Events/Futbol_Friday. One-hundred percent of all proceeds will go to Red Card Cancer.
Last year’s inaugural event raised more than $2000 in donations. Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer hopes to exceed that total this year by getting local clubs and businesses involved.
“Cancer has affected all of us in some way and too many from our soccer community,” said Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Chief Executive Officer Chris Branscome. “This a way for the soccer community to give back.”
Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer will further promote the event through social media using #FutbolFriday. The association will post pictures with participants wearing their jerseys. Everyone who participates is encouraged, although it is not required, to make a minimum donation of $5.
Clubs, businesses and organizations interested in hosting a Futbol Friday event or partnering with Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer should contact Dillon Friday at email@example.com or by phone at 610-238-9966.
Two goalkeeping clinics are scheduled for U-10,12 Goalkeepers at Lams on Tues. sept. 20th and Wed. Sept.21st. On the 20th 6-7:15 p.m. The clinic is for new Keepers, and on Wed. The 21st for more experienced or advanced Keepers. Please bring a ball and water.