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As a volunteer, non-profit organization, CCYSA is looking for businesses and individuals to partner with to continue to promote, teach, and facilitate recreational and competitive youth soccer in our community.
Your sponsorship could be used to help reduce the player registration cost by purchasing needed equipment, maintaining the fields, providing scholarships or planning for future growth and amenities.
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Contact CCYSA President Dave Bordwell at 745-0572 with any questions.
The Cortland County Youth Soccer Association (CCYSA) is run entirely by volunteers who want to see soccer programs offered to the youth of our communities to build not only soccer skills, but character, team work, respect, and other traits that will serve them well in life.
We are in need of volunteers like you! Without volunteers by the end of 2019, we cannot continue to offer the same quality soccer programs that benefit so many families in Cortland County.
Many volunteers have soccer experience and play a great role in coaching, training and other on-field positions. Other volunteers don't have the soccer experience, but use their organizational, planning, communication or other skills to work off-field in administrative and supportive roles.
Please contact us today about how you can help! Rich Wagner, info@CCYSAsoccer.org.
This role is to manage player registrations and volunteer risk management procedures.
Contact Melissa Norman, Registrar, email@example.com for more information.
Field & Equpment Manager needed!
This role is to manage the equipment and help line our outdoor fields at multiple sites so that teams can play.
Contact Steve Waligurski, Interim Director of Fields & Equipment, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This role is to help manage income and expenses for the soccer programs.
Contact Chris Hotchkiss, Treasurer, email@example.com for more information.
Information on the process for obtaining a coach's pass.
These are valid for two years and must be carried with you to all practices and games.
2019-2020 Indoor Recreational Programs
The Registration Deadline was Saturday, 11/2/2019 Registration is now closed.
Get ready for another great season of indoor soccer!
The teams are being formed, coaches assigned, t-shirts ordered, and schedule being finalized. We are finding officials and will be working with coaches to contact players. Rosters and schedules will be posted on the website in the next couple weeks. If you have any questions, please contact Indoor Director Machell Phelps at IndoorPrograms@CCYSAsoccer.org.
Program for players born between 9/1/2014 and 8/31/2006. All events held Saturdays on the turf fields at the J.M. McDonald Sports Complex, Cortland, NY.
Program Info (10 Saturdays):
Saturdays, Nov. 2 and 9:
1-hour Skills Training
9:00-10:00am for Ages 5 & 6 (6U)
10:00-11:00am for Ages 7 & 8 (8U)
11:00am-Noon for Ages 9 & 10 (10U) & Ages 11 & 12 (12U)
Saturday, Nov. 16
1-hour Team Practice
Saturdays, Nov. 23, Dec. 7, 14, 21,
Jan. 4, 11, and 18
2019-20 Master Indoor Schedule - sorted by Division (Coming Soon!)
Team Rosters (coming soon):
U6 (5 & 6 year old) Teams
U8 (7 & 8) Teams
U10 (9 & 10) Teams
U12 (11 & 12) Teams
Saturday, Nov. 16, 8:00am at the JM McDonald Sports Complex. We will meet on bleachers near the large turf to briefly introduce ourselves, distribute tshirts & schedules, review the rules, answer questions, etc. We ask that all coaches be in attendance for this meeting. Even if you have coached before, we want to make sure everyone has the information they need to begin the season. If you can not be there, please contact an assistant coach or parent to come in your place.
Training & Practices:
On Saturday, November 16 all teams will have 1-hour practice times on the turf.
Coaches will distribute t-shirts and printed game schedules prior to the first game. Please make sure your players have shinguards, long socks to cover the shinguards, a water bottle with his/her name on it, and sneakers or 'turf' shoes (those with small molded cleats. Outdoor cleats are not allowed because they damage the turf.) We recommend that 6U players wear a pair of light wind pants or sweat pants to protect their legs from scrapes when they fall on the small turf field.
On Saturday, November 23, all teams will play their first of seven games.
The mission of the CCYSA is to promote, teach and facilitate recreational and competitive youth soccer in our community. Through good sportsmanship, fair play, responsibility and respect, CCYSA will strive to offer soccer opportunities to all those that wish to participate.