Start of Season Questions
Start dates for the Spring 2017 season is:
Gr5/6 - Gr7/8 (U12-U14) - Saturday April 1, 2017
PreK/K - Gr1/2 (U6-U10) - Saturday April 8, 2017
Gr9/10 - Gr11/12 (U16-U18) - Sunday April 23, 2017
Spring season is 9-10 weeks long (ends early June, 2017)
* total # of games will vary by Grade level and # of team in each div.
Coaches will be contacting their teams:
Week of March 27, 2017
Check our website for more information as the Spring 2017 season start date gets closer.
* PYSA has a Family Max of $220 per family, if you are registering 3 or more players you only have to pay the $220 amount.
If you have questions about your soccer players season and Plymouth Youth Soccer please select the document below.
Get a copy of Do You Have Questions here
Animal Policy - Dogs
PYSA is requesting that dogs not be on the soccer fields or sidelines with all of the parents, family members and little kids. We have had numerous requests from coaches and soccer players alike to keep dogs away from and off of the game field while the game is in progress.
Having a dog or many dogs as it usually is on the sidelines can spell catastrophe. From barking at each other to dog fights between the feet of parents to a flying soccer ball causing the dog to give chase.
Thank you for your understanding and assistance in making our games fun and incident free.
PYSA Executive Board
Zero Tolerance Policy
Plymouth Youth Soccer as well as all of the soccer associations in the Coastal Youth Soccer Association have adopted a Zero Tolerance Policy.
All parents should receive a copy of the policy guidelines and adhere to them at every soccer game in Plymouth as well as at all other soccer fields.
The policy has been adopted to protect the game and ensure that it is played and enjoyed by all who attend.
If you have not received a copy of the Zero Tolerance Policy from your coach please select the the document below.
Get a copy of the Zero Tolerance Policy here
Every Year, about a third of the nations 141,000 soccer referees drop out. This is attributed largely to the verbal abuse dished out from the sidelines by parents and coaches.
Unfortunately, no towns are immune to this and referee reports indicate that there has been an increase of poor sideline behavior over the past seasons.
These incidents are occurring at ALL age groups, even U7!
For those of you who need a reminder, the following are examples of phrases that ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE:
"Come-on ref Call it both ways"
"That ball is out"
"Hey ref Handball, Handball!!"
"Thats a corner kick, isn't it ref?"
Parents and Coaches need to please focus your energy on cheering for the efforts of the teams and players and not blame the officials.
Some officials are your own neighborhood kids who for the first time are directing the play of the game. In many cases these officials are just learning and need the assistance of a positive at-a-boy or girl, good call etc.