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2014 DONATION TO CHILDRENS HOSPITAL FOUNDATION OF MANITOBA

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association has donated another $25,000 to the Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba today, the net proceeds of this past summer's tournament! We are extremely happy to support such a worthy cause and know that would not be possible without our great soccer community who max out registration every year! This year's donation brings our total donation to $340,000 since 1991! Thank you agin to our amazing soccer community!

2015 FIFA WOMENS WORLD CUP CANADA DRAW RESULTS

The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Canada Draw took place on December 6, 2014, and we now know who Canada will be playing and who will be coming to Winnipeg! The pundit's believe Winnipeg drew the 'group of death', which from a fan perspective is great! We'll get an opportunity to see five of the world's top 10 ranked teams! Click here to see who will be coming to Winnipeg next June!

WYSA EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association is currently looking to add to its team and hire an Event Coordinator. Please click here for the job description. The application deadline is December 11, 2014. We thank all individuals who apply for the position, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

FC NORTHWEST EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

FC Northwest is currently looking to add to it's technical department and hire a Staff Coach. Click here for the full job description.

FC NORTHWEST DOMINOS CHRISTMAS CLASSIC TOURNAMENT

Registration for the FC Northwest Domino's Christmas Classic Tournament is now open. Visit www.fcnorthwest.com for more information. 

WYSA OFFICE CLOSED

Please be advised that the WYSA Office will be closed on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 in honor of Remembrance Day.

DESIREE SCOTT SOCCER CAMP SUPPORTS KIDSPORT!

Join Desiree ‘Destroyer’ Scott, 2012 Olympic Bronze Medallist, Pro Soccer Player with Notts County LFC, and member of the Canadian Women’s National Team as she and her team of top Manitoba coaches lead players through some of the very drills and skills that the Canadian team do to help develop their game. This fundraising camp is designed for girls and will focus on soccer specific exercises, developing individual techniques and having fun! The camp will take place on Sunday November 2, 2014 - click here for more details!

2014 WYSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association held its Annual General Meeting last night, October 28 - please click here for the recap and post AGM Annual Report.

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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.

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