Standings no long part of soccer in British Columbia

B.C. Soccer further highlighted its commitment the Canadian Soccer Associations (CSA) Wellness to World Cup Long Term Player Development (LTPD) program/model by re-confirming that there are to be no recording and posting of standings for U12 and below starting this fall. Read more.


CSA All Stars Kick Off

The 2013 CSA U15 and U16 All Stars Competition kicks off today in Laval and Thunder Bay. Click here to follow the Manitoba/Saskatchewan teams!


Manitobans attain National B Coaching License

The Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) is proud to announce that Rocky Moudgill and Fabio Capone have achieved National B License Certification recently. Click here to read more.



Good luck to all of the WYSA teams participating in this year's USA CUP!


WYSA President Steps Down for Personal Reasons

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association announced today that Tom Thompson has resigned as President of the organization for personal reasons effective immediately.

The WYSA Board of Directors struck a nominating committee to be chaired by Past President Alastair Gillespie along with Director of Finance Ron Malech and Director of Outdoor David Holder. The Board has asked the nominating committee to canvass the soccer community to find a suitable candidate as soon as possible. The Board plans to appoint a new president based on recommendations from the committee to serve out the balance of the elected term, which ends in 2014. Through its constitution, WYSA’s membership has empowered the Board to appoint a replacement for the balance of the term.

The WYSA Board of Directors thanks Mr. Thompson for his service to the organization and to youth soccer. Mr. Thompson said he will remain active within the soccer community.


Employment Opportunities

St. Charles Soccer Association is actively seeking a Technical Director. Please click here for the job description - Closing date for the position is July 26, 2013.



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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Long Term Player Development (LTPD)?

WYSA is introducing changes designed to encourage more playing time for every player, enhance skill development, improve coaching and generally make the game more fun. Noticeable changes to the game that have been made are smaller field sizes, net sizes and roster sizes. With smaller sided games, every player will become more involved in the action and get more touches on the ball. We’re confident this will result in better players and a longer lasting love for the beautiful game.


CLICK HERE for information provided by WYSA on Long Term Player Development.


 April 2014 


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