SYSA does not recommend nor
endorse any of the following resources listed below.
SOCCER & FUTSAL/CALCETTO
There are several local
facilities that run leagues in the Winter for various forms of indoor
Soccer tournaments are a blast
for players, parents and coaches usually open to U10 and up. Typically it is 3 or 4 games played over
a long weekend. Any parent can take
the “team” to a tournament (does not require you to be a coach with a ECYSA card) and the “team” can be made up of players
from several teams. Note most
tourneys do not allow Club players to participate (and Clubs have their own
tournaments). Most tourneys are
“Patch Tournaments” in which players swap town patches after each
match. SYSA gives each team plenty
of patches to hand out. The
following is a list of tournaments SYSA teams generally participate
in. Please plan on organizing your
tournament team 8 weeks in advance to ensure you get in.
You can use the Standard Roster Form to create your team
roster for any tournament. Form must
be signed by the Registrar
prior to the tournament.
Danvers Invitational Tournament is played
on Memorial Day weekend in Danvers
Lynn Memorial Day Tournament is
played on Memorial Day weekend in Lynn
North Reading Fall Classic
is played on Labor Day weekend in N. Reading
Invitational is played on Columbus Day weekend in Peabody
Columbus Day Tournament is played on
Columbus Day weekend in N. Andover
Saluting Soldiers Festival is
played on Veterans Day weekend in Danvers
Winchester Veterans Day Tournament
is played on Veterans Day weekend in Winchester
Soccer camps and clinics are a
great way for players to continue to improve their skills by training with
professional instructors. Camps and
clinics come in all shapes and sizes.
Some local camps and clinics include:
Leeder and the Girls Soccer team in association with SF Viking
Soccer run a summer training camp for kids. Email Ken or check the SF Viking
website for more information.
Swampscott offers summer clinics.
For more information contact Konstantin Freger by email or phone 781-842-0676.
Click here for additional - Soccer Camps in
The Massachusetts State Referee Committee offers a number of
entry-level referee courses across the state. Participants must be at least 12 years of
age by the beginning of their first season as a referee.
For additional information, course locations, dates and times, and to
enroll in a course, visit the MSRC website: http://www.massref.net/Central/courseofferings.cfm
SYSA will reimburse individuals for their first referee
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