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On March 6, 2014
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We are only proposing two significant changes to Rec Soccer for this spring. Both are trials, and we will reassess and solicit parent feedback after the spring season.
The first is that at the Kindergarten level, kids will not be assigned to fixed teams. Instead, our director of coaching will run the Kindergarten program each week, [...]
On March 5, 2014
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Rec Soccer registration is now open; thanks for your patience as we’ve worked out (most of) the kinks in our new registration system! To register, click on the flaming soccer ball banner on the top right of our home page (amherstsoccer.org) and then follow the instructions. Returning players should request a new password and then [...]
On March 3, 2014 By paul
We’ve made a few changes to the Rec schedules. The starting times are now staggered throughout the day Saturday (and Sunday morning for 6-8 Co-ed) to allow parents with multiple kids to watch all the games and to allow our Director of Coaching to spend some time working with and assisting each age group. By [...]Continue Reading →
On February 8, 2014 By Joel Feinman
Registration for Spring 2014 Travel Soccer is now open. If you have been accepted onto a team, click on the flaming soccer ball banner on the top right of our home page to access the new registration system. Some travel teams still have openings for the spring. If your child is interested in trying out, contact [...]Continue Reading →
The next AYSA Board meeting will be held Wed., March 12 at 6pm in the glass room of the Bangs Center. The meeting is open to the public, and all parents/guardians of 2013/2014 AYSA soccer players are allowed to vote. We will be finalizing the hiring of our new AYSA Director of Coaching, and Rec registration policies.
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On August 29, 2013 By Administrator
Rec soccer is about to begin. Many parents have written asking “What do we need to buy?” The answer is pretty simple:
All players should own their own ball, with their name on it in permanent ink. Please bring the ball to every session. Ball size varies by age: Size 5 – Ages 12 and [...]Continue Reading →
“Take care of yourself, look after one another.”
AYSA invites you to get involved in Right to Play, an international humanitarian organization that uses specially designed sport and play programs to improve health, build life skills, and foster peace for children and communities affected by war, poverty and disease. To learn more, visit the Continue Reading →
Please be considerate of the neighbors on Potwine Lane. When traveling to and from Plum Brook fields, please observe speed limits and travel with caution as the road is narrow. Please park only in the designated parking lot. Please remove all trash or place in provided trash barrels.Continue Reading →
All players are required to wear shin guards at practices and games. Please make sure all players have water bottles and a soccer ball. We recommend that all players have soccer shoes (but no metal cleats, please). It is highly recommended that players wear appropriate clothing (shorts, sweats, warm-ups, etc. but not jeans).Continue Reading →
It is highly recommended that snacks containing peanuts or peanut oil are not brought to the soccer field. There are a few players who are so allergic to nuts that just smelling them can send them into a life-threatening allergic reaction. Individual coaches will announce this to their teams and parents/guardians who have children who [...]Continue Reading →
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Volunteers NeededAmherst Youth Soccer is a 100% volunteer organization, and we require significant assistance in preparing for and administrating each season. The program has grown tremendously in the past few years, and we are always in need of volunteers. Without the help of generous people who are willing to donate their time, AYSA cannot continue to run soccer programs in our town. Read more...