WLYSA is in the process of selecting coaches for our new Future Stars Program.
To become a Future Stars coach, what are we looking for?
First and foremost, you need to support the philosophy that this program is inclusive not elitist. It is a training program for those that are interested in learning how to develop their potential at mastering soccer. You don’t have to have been a soccer star. While it is nice if you do have some soccer playing experience it is more important that you are energetic and passionate about working with kids. You do have to want to participate with a team of coaches. While it is nice if you have some instructional experience it is more important that you are committed to working together so we can all improve at our craft. You do have to be committed to the program. The registration is dependent on the number of coaches.
Coach info meeting is Tuesday, May 7 at 7:30pm at the WLYSA office.
Please contact Nara Riplinger at 250-398-7369 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BMO Team of the Week is back!
You may be interested in the grand prize, which includes a $125,000 soccer field refurbishment, a team trip and a donation to a charity of choice. Soccer teams (age 7-12) that display pride, spirit, community commitment and passion for the game are eligible to be nominated starting April 1st through July 12th, 2013.
Please log on to BMOsoccer.com to learn more about these and other exciting things BMO is doing to support the communities in which we live, work and play.
Registration for the 2013 Youth Outdoor Soccer Season is now available. Register by March 15 2013 for early registration rate. Click on the link to download the 2013 registration form. The 2013 volunteer form is also listed for anyone interested in helping out WLYSA
WLYSA 2013 Soccer Volunteer Form
WLYSA 2013 Soccer Registration Form
WLYSA would like to determine the level of interest in having a Fall Outdoor House soccer league starting in the Autumn of 2013. Please take the time to fill out this brief survey. Your input would be greatly appreciated.
To take the survey, click the link – WLYSA Fall Soccer Survey
Looking for coaching tips and drills for practice? Check out our Soccer Drills page.
Reminder to parents of the Senior Players (U11-U18).. the jerseys must be returned at the end of the season in usable condition or a $20.00 surcharge is applied to next year’s registration fees.
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.