Information on the upcoming 2015 soccer season, player registration, coaching clinics, referee clinics, European Football School and more is available in our January Newsletter. Click on the link to view WLYSA-Newsletter-January-2015.pdf
Registrations for the 2015 WLYSA Spring Soccer season are being accepted now. Register by March 6th to receive the early registration fee discount – Fees remain unchanged from last season’s rates
Click on the link for the 2015 Spring Soccer registration form
WLYSA 2015 Registration
*Please Note – Registration and Fee payment will be required prior to the start of play in the Spring of 2015*
Saibo Talic is returning to Williams Lake with his European Football School (EFS) – July 13th to 17th 2015. Participants aged 7 to 19 are encouraged to sign up for this fun,fast paced soccer camp designed to give player’s the tools to advance their soccer skills and increase individual and team performance.
To download a registration brochure click on the link EFS-WL-July-2015.pdf
For more information please contact Paula Freeman at 250-267-1079 or by e-mail email@example.com
Vancouver Whitecaps FC announced today that the Northern Academy Centre has expanded to include a Cariboo Prospects Academy that will act as a satellite program to the main Academy Centre in Prince George.
The Cariboo Prospects Academy is being launched in partnership with Quesnel Youth Soccer Association (QYSA) , Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association (WLYSA) and 100 Mile House & District Soccer Association (OMHSA). The Prince George Prospects Academy continues to be run in partnership with Prince George Youth Soccer Association (PGYSA).
“After establishing the Prince George Prospects program more than a year ago, the goal was to eventually link in other key Northern satellite areas and associations,” said Whitecaps FC director of soccer development Dan Lenarduzzi. “The next natural step was to move into the Cariboo region and set up this satellite program. We greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with QYSA, WLYSA, and OHMSA to further grow the game for local players in Northern BC.”
Training sessions at the Cariboo Prospects Academy will be delivered by Whitecaps FC Northern Academy associate head coaches Ross Holtom and Sonny Pawar. All selected players follow the official Whitecaps FC training curriculum. Selected Cariboo Academy players will have an opportunity to train with the Prince George Prospects and the Vancouver Academy programs. The Cariboo Prospects Academy will also receive a visit from Whitecaps FC Vancouver-based coaching staff.
Participation in the Cariboo Prospects Academy is by invite only. All players must go through an evaluation process to be selected. The inaugural evaluations will take place on Sunday, January 4, 2015 at the QYSA Indoor Facility. The evaluation is free, however players must register online to be eligible. Register now at http://www.whitecapsfc.com/youth/programs/academies/cariboo-prospects-academy
The program will be for motivated and advanced boys and girls from U-10 to U-18 and will run over a 10-month period in three phases: Winter, Spring, and Fall. The Winter Phase will launch the program with 10 sessions from January 10 through April. Sessions will be held on Sunday afternoons at the QYSA Indoor Facility.
Whitecaps FC Academy Centres are a network of regional training hubs linked through key staff, curriculum, and standards that provide professional supplemental club training for serious, motivated players. Whitecaps FC now have a network of seven primary academy centre locations, including the Northern Academy Centre, Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Okanagan, Kamloops, the Kootenays, and the Saskatchewan Academy Centre – the first such centre outside of British Columbia.
For more information on the Cariboo Prospects Academy, visit whitecapsfc.com/cariboo or contact Ross Holtom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250.981.4401, or Sonny Pawar at email@example.com or 250.649.5856.
the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 is coming to BC and tickets for Stadium Passports, Stadium Half Passes and tickets to the final match in Vancouver are on sale today.
BC Soccer wishes to ensure that all member of the soccer community across the provinces have the opportunity to be part of this incredible event and so we encourage you share the attached communication/newsletter with your member groups and soccer clubs. There are some great groups ticket and cash back incentives available to groups and affiliated clubs
Vancouver is host to nine FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 matches including the FINALS and the ticket window is now open. Purchase Stadium Passports, Stadium Half Passes and tickets to the final match in Vancouver! Group ticket incentives including up to 7.5% cash back are also available as are Youth program incentives which include the ability to be a ball girl or to walk out the tunnel with some of the greatest female soccer players on the planet.
Please click on the link below which outlines all the ticket information that you need. For questions regarding group ticket sales or incentives please contact:
Community Outreach Coordinator l Coordinatrice des initiatives locales
M + 1 604.354.6882
T + 1 604.699.2225 ext. 4904
W FIFA.com/Canada2015 l Vancouver.fwwc2015.ca
WLYSA follows the Canadian Soccer Association Lightning Safety Policy, which can be found under Documents – Policies
when coming from the North … at the junction of Hwy 97 and Hwy 20… continue through the lights on Hwy 20 …. Approximately 6 to 7 miles along hwy 20 turn right on Hodgson Road to the Esler Recreational complex …. Follow Hodgson Road approximately 2 miles … turn right on Wilkie Road (this road shows as unnamed road on google maps) and the fields are located there.
The Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association requires two-deep adult supervision at all times in order to protect the interests of both the youth and the volunteers. This means that all WLYSA volunteers, whether they are a coach, an assistant coach, a team parent, a phoning parent, or a team manager, must always have another adult with them when they are with one or more WLYSA players. The second person can be another WLYSA volunteer or a parent/guardian, but must be a person over the age of 19.
Parents/guardians should never leave their child alone with a single adult. The parents/guardians of a child in the Mini Division must remain with their child at all times. It is recommended that parents/guardians of youth players in the Senior Division and parents/guardians of players on rep teams remain with their child at all times.