SWYSA Quarterly Newsletter

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Quarterly Newsletter - March 2014

Soccer players ages 12 and up can give back to your community by volunteering to be a buddy or coach in the TOPSoccer program. The next session of TOPSoccer will begin in late June. Interested i
n being a buddy or coach? Need community service hours? Do you have a child with cognitive or physical disabilities that would love to play soccer? Visit our web site to learn more and to register:SWYSA web site - www.swysa.net àTOPSoccer

Registration for spring soccer is open! Visit our web site to find out which SWYSA Clubs are participating. Spring Soccer registration is first come, first placed, so do not delay in registering. The 8 week season begins April 19th and ends June 14th.
Games are played on Saturdays with no games on Memorial Day weekend.
Would you like to know what club to register for? Give our office a call at (360) 314-4801.
Check it out at: SWYSA Spring Soccer


Two camps are being offered in our area on April 7-10, 2014 for ages 5-13. Check out our web site for information.


Interested in enrolling in upcoming coaching educational courses held in the Vancouver - Portland Metro area? Visit our web site at www.swysa.net à Coaches à Clinics
Need additional training tools? All coaches registered within any SWYSA Club have access to the Byte Size Coaching Curriculum. See our web site for additional information at www.swysa.net à Coaches à Coaching Tools
As a coach within WA State, you also have access to Washington Youth Soccer coaching tools, visit their web site at www.washingtonyouthsoccer.org à coaches.


Interested in becoming a referee? Want to make extra money? A referee certification class is coming up on March 22nd. You could be making extra money during the Spring Soccer season which beings on April 19, 2014.

Visit our referee page for more information: www.swysa.net à Referee àGeneral Information


Offsides FIFA Law #11
Parents, players and many coaches are always trying to understand exactly why the play was stopped for offsides. Check out this simple animated video offers a quick explanation of Law of Offsides.


Congratulations to all of the local teams who competed in the WA Youth Soccer State Cups. Check out our web site to see all of the success our teams have had on the pitch up North at the Starfire Complex during the finals at the WA Youth Soccer State Cups! www.swysa.net àTournaments àOther tournaments

SWYSA Office

If you have any questions or need information on local clubs and programs, please call Donna at the SWYSA office at (360) 314-4801. The office is open from 10-2 pm on Tue, Wed and Thurs. Please call ahead before visiting. The office is closed on Vancouver School District holidays and no school days.

Want more information about what is going on in SW Washington. Our web site includes a wealth of information. Check us out at www.swysa.net.