The Manitoba Soccer Association has introduced 2 rule changes for this upcoming indoor season, which will affect all WYSA League Divisions. The changes relate to substitutions and time penalties/cumulative team fouls.

Please click here to read more.

Final Notice of 2014 WYSA Annual General Meeting

Please be advised that the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) will be holding its Annual General Meeting on October 28, 2014. For more information, please click here.


The first 3 weeks of the 2014-2015 Indoor Season schedule is now available in your team areas!! We're currently working out the rest of the schedule and should have it available no later than October 28! Goodluck and have fun this season!


U14 - FC Northwest (boys) finished in 7th & Bonivital SC (girls) finished in 6th.

U16 - WSEU SC (boys) win bronze & FC Northwest (girls) win silver.

U18 - Bonivital SC (boys) finish in 9th & FC Northwest (girls) finished in 6th.

Click here to view all of the Manitoba team matches and results.


Dylan Carreiro, formerly of FC Northwest, has been called to the Men's National Team and will be amongst the squad that takes on the third-ranked team in the world, Colombia, on October 14, 2015 at the Red Bull Arena in NJ, USA.

Kyle Hiebert, formerly of Winnipeg South End United SC, and Marvis Kreitling have been called to train and play with Canada's U20 squad under former MSA Technical Director Robert Gale. The team will starting training on October 5 and play against France, Ukraine, and Uruguay before they wrap up their tour.

Daniel Sagno, formerly of Portage Trail SC, and is currently with the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency Program has been called U16 National Team Camp who has friendlies lined up against Panama and Costa Rica!

Georges Mukumbilwa, formerly of Portage Trail SC, has been selected by the Vancouver Whitecaps to take part in their residency program!

Congratulations to all 5 players!

U12 D-League & U12-U18 Recreational Cambrian Challenge Cup Finals

This past weekend, WYSA hosted its last matches for the 2014 Outdoor Season - the U12 Developmental League & U12 - U18 Recreational League Cambrian Challenge Cup City Finals! Click here to view all of the final results! 

Thanks to all of our players, coaches, managers, referees, parents, clubs, administrators, and volunteers for their tireless work in making soccer accessible and fun! 

We'd also like to thank Cambrian Credit Union for their continued support of youth soccer in Winnipeg and look forward to continuing our partnership for many years to come!

Don't forget to sign up for indoor soccer, which starts on October 17, 2014!

Premier 1 & Premier 2 Cambrian Challenge Cup Finals

Click here to view all of the final results from the Premier 1 and Premier 2 Cambrian Challenge Cup Finals! Many thanks to all of our players, refereess, administrators, coaches and volunteers who helped make the 2014 outdoor season such a great one! 

Check out the team photo's on our twitter feed here!

Don't forget to sign up for the indoor season now!

U9 - U11 D-League Season Finale Jamboree

Thank you to all of the coaches, managers, players, referees and volunteers for making the U9-U11 D-League Season Finale Jamboree a great success this past Saturday! There was a lot of action on twitter about the event, and if you'd like to see more, please click here or search the hashtag #DLJamboree.



Standings & Schedules


Online Scorekeeping

Frequently Asked Questions

I recently had a piercing, can I still play soccer?

Players are not permitted to wear anything that is dangerous to themselves or other players. This includes any kind of jewelry, regardless of the material, such as: rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, or other visible body piercings are strictly forbidden and must be removed. Medical alert bracelets are permissible but must be either made of velcro or a similar soft material or covered with a sweatband.

The practice of taping jewelry is not acceptable (CSA Rule 10.3.5). WYSA did make provision for the removal of jewelry a few years ago by allowing (with permission of the Manitoba Soccer Association) a plastic retainer to be inserted in place of the jewelry for recent piercings. These plastic retainers are not considered jewelry and are not dangerous.


 November 2014 


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