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Manitoba Soccer Association Annual Awards

The Manitoba Soccer Association has announced the recipients for its Annual Awards to be presented on Saturday, March 15, 2014. Of special note, the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association would like to congratulate the following individuals on their recognition: 

Outstanding Youth Female Player - Amanda Wong

Outstanding Youth Male Player - Alic Rasmussen

Outstanding Youth Volunteer - Riccardo De Thomasis

Outstanding Volunteer - Charlie Ironside

President's Award - Dick Derrett

For more information on the MSA Annual Awards Banquet and Coaching Clinic, please click here.

Permalink02/27/2014

Winnipeg to host CANADA vs USA friendly!

On May 8, 2014, Winnipeg will play host to our Canadian Women's National Team who will take on the United States, 7:00 PM local time at Investors Group Field.

WYSA will not have any matches scheduled that night so that all footy fans can attend!

Tickets are now on sale! To purchase individual tickets to the match (max 9), please click here! To purchase group tickets (10+), which includes a discount, please click here!

Permalink02/24/2014

Manitoba Soccer Association Employment Opportunity

The Manitoba Soccer Association is currently seeking an individual to serve as the Technical Director. If you are interested, please click here for more information. The deadline for applications is March 14, 2014.

Permalink02/24/2014

2014 Golden Boy Indoor Tournament

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association is proudly hosting the 6th annual Golden Boy Indoor Tournament, February 12 - 17, 2014!! Click here or the Golden Boy Indoor Soccer Tournament button on the right to visit the Tournament website!

2014 Golden Boy Tournament in the news, click here!

Permalink02/16/2014

Winnipeg Phoenix FC Employment Opportunity

The Winnipeg Phoenix Football Club is currently accepting applications to assume the role of a Business Manager. If you are interested in the position, please click here for the job description.

Permalink02/04/2014

Canada Soccer unveils 2014-2018 Strategic Priorities

The Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) has unveiled its 2014 - 2018 Strategic Priorities. Please click here to read more.

Permalink01/28/2014

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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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