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Welcome to the Northshore Youth Soccer Association on 4/6/2020 at 9:54 am.
This site is brought to you through the efforts of all the volunteers that make up the NYSA. The purpose of this Association is exclusively charitable and educational and NYSA's objective is to teach, govern, and promote the game of soccer for youth players in our area.

Identify yourself to the NYSA SiteIf you are a current member of the NYSA, you'll need to identify yourself to the Site to access MemberShip related information.

If you have recently relocated to the area and are interested in participating within the NYSA program, we'd recommend you look over the public Information we have available on our Site.

AND, no matter where you are, you can click on the NYSA logo graphic at the upper left of each page to return to this NYSA Home Page.

Do you need your ID? Please check IDs and Passwords for instructions about how to get it.

Our Premier and Select Programs

Sound Football Club-> is the sole premier soccer club chartered by Washington Youth Soccer to represent the South Snohomish County and Northshore Youth Soccer associations at the highest level of club play in Washington, the RCL (Regional Club League). This is the most advanced program within NYSA. Sound FC provides high-level professional coaching for players U9 to U19.

Northshore Select Club-> provides soccer programs to players U10 to U19 who are seeking a more competitive environment than Recreational soccer with less of a time commitment and lower cost than Premier soccer. NSC operates with licensed volunteer coaches and teams participate in the NPSL (North Puget Sound League).

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We do our best to keep the information on this site accurate and up to date, but ... if you find an error, please forward the corrected information to webmaster@NorthshoreSoccer.org

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Monday March 30th, 2020

umbrella All NYSA games/practices/camps/academies have been cancelled until at least Thurs, April 9th.

Wednesday March 11th, 2020

The March Newsletter is here!
Find news about Player Camps, Spring Leagues and much, much more!Going

Tuesday January 28th, 2020

school Apply for 2020 Dave Shipway College Scholarship - - Application deadline is March 13, 2020
Are you a graduating high school...More

Monday September 9th, 2019

Severe Weather Please click on the link for USSF's Severe Weather Policy.
Below are some highlights.

1. Recognize the threat. If you see lightning you must protect the safety of all participants by stopping games/practice activities quickly, so that participants and spectators may retire to a safer place before the lightning threat becomes significant. You must wait a minimum of 30 minutes after hearing the last thunder or seeing the last lightning strike before leaving shelter. (NOTE: You do not need to see the "bolt" of lightning to stop practice. A lighting up of the sky counts as well.)

2. Remember that if you hear thunder you are in reach of lightning striking. There is never one without the other. Just because you do not see lightning does not mean the threat is not there.

3. Seek proper shelter
a. No place outside is safe
b. The best place is a fully enclosed building. A second choice is a solid metal roof vehicle.

4. If there is no proper shelter stay away from the most dangerous locations: high up on a hill, open fields, near/under trees, poles, light post, electrical towers, unprotected buildings, rain shelters, bus stops, anything made of metal such as metal fences, metal bleachers, metal chairs.

5. If you cannot avoid these locations crouch low to the ground with your head tucked into your chest and hands over your ears.

6. Remain calm and try to prevent panic.

Most importantly please use common sense and good judgment. While it is always nice to get as many touches on a ball as possible it is not worth it at the players expense.

Friday August 23rd, 2019

nysa U6 to U12 Mod Soccer Rules

What size ball? What size field? How many a-side? Click here for the U6 to U12 modified soccer rules. U13 and above teams play full FIFA rules.More

Monday August 5th, 2019

Medical Release Form

Click here for the medical release form or you can click on Member, Resources, Documents.More

Friday September 14th, 2018

Field Weather/Rainout Phone #s Some of the fields that NYSA rents have weather/rainout phone #s that you can call to see if the field is open or closed. Typically they are updated around 3:00p...

Tuesday June 27th, 2017

Developmental Program Chart

What size ball? What size field? How many a-side? Here is JUST the 2017 chart.More

Thursday March 17th, 2016

lectureField Reminders! PLEASE, We rent the fields we use and we do not want to lose them!

- No DOGS or SEEDS on fields!

- No spectators on the tracks and only bottled water on the trac...