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Welcome to the Northshore Youth Soccer Association SiteTerm on Tuesday, November 25th, 2014 at 9:11pm PST.

This site is brought to you through the efforts of all the volunteers that make up the NYSA. We're presenting these pages to provide information to our membership and to help promote the youth soccer program 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:
FC Alliance FC Alliance Premier Club provides soccer programs to players ages U10 to U19. This is NYSA’s most advanced program. FCA provides high-level professional coaching and a greater competitive opportunity than the Recreational or Select soccer programs.
NorthShore Select Northshore Select provides soccer programs to players ages U11 to U18. Select is for the players that want a more competitive environment than Recreational soccer with less of a time commitment and lower cost than Premier soccer.
The NYSA is a Member Association of:
USYSA WSYSA District II

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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Tuesday November 25th, 2014
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cupCongratulations to the following 2014 District 2 Recreational Cup Champions!!

BU11 Falcons
BU12 Cobras
GU12 Thunder Birds
BU14 Goal Rush
GU17 Vortex

Also congratulations...

Thursday November 20th, 2014
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nysa 2015 Winter Development Academy registration is op...More

Monday November 17th, 2014
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cheer Rec Cup District 2 Championship games Good luck to the BU11 Thrashers, BU11 Falcons, BU12 Cobras, BU12 Energy, GU12 Thunder Birds, BU14 Goal Rush, GU16 Stingrays, GU17 Wolfpack, and GU...Going

Wednesday October 29th, 2014
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ref NYSA Hosting Referee Clinic January 10, 2015

To register click this link: https://www.wareferees.org/AvailableClinics.aspx Become a licensed USSF Referee! NYSA members click here fir...More

Wednesday October 22nd, 2014
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client "Coach of the Year" Nomination Form here! Due to NYSA Wednesday 1/21/15!
Nominate your coach for Coach of the Year! Te...

Thursday October 16th, 2014
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rockn Win a $50, $25 or $10 Target gift card in the NYSA Greeting Card PHOTO Contest!
Entries due Dec. 3 Players: Get creative! E...

Wednesday October 15th, 2014
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The October Newsletter is here! book
Sign up for Jr. Premier Program starting Nov. 4, see pictures from the Woodinville Parade; win a $50,$25,$10 Target Gift Card; nominate a deserving ...More

Wednesday September 24th, 2014
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Team Pictures with Northwest Sports Photography Coaches should have received a picture package from Northwest Sports Photography in the mail. If not, then please contact NSP's Patty Ferguson, ...

Wednesday September 3rd, 2014
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Bastyr University Parking Pass

Parking is allowed anywhere on the Bastyr University campus, but it is recommended that you park near the back of the campus past/around the water tower. You c...More

Tuesday September 2nd, 2014
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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 September 2nd, 2014
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U6 to U11 Mod Soccer Rules

What size ball? What size field? How many a-side? Click here for the U6 to U11 modified soccer rules. U12 and above teams play full FIFA rules.More

Tuesday September 2nd, 2014
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FIFA Rules of the Game for U12 and above

Click on the arrow to view the FIFA Rules of the Game. These rules apply to U12 and above soccer games.

See Mod Soccer Rules for the rules that ap...Going

Friday August 29th, 2014
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NYSA Fall Coach Lecture Series
NYSA's Technical Director, Dave Schumacher, will be holding three coach talks on 9/3, 10/1, and 11/5 from 8:00pm to 9:30pm in the NYSA office, 12810 NE 178th St,...More

Thursday August 28th, 2014
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'Soccer for Everyone' Open House this Saturday 10am - 12pm! SFE, an NYSA program designed to make soccer available to everyone-regardless of financial situations, is pleased to announce an...

Thursday August 28th, 2014
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Developmental Program Chart

What size ball? What size field? How many a-side? Click here for a handy chart.More

Thursday August 21st, 2014
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The NYSA Coach Notebook
Here is the online version of the NYSA Coach Notebook! To download/email the individual forms, go to Coach: Training or Member: Resources-Documents.More

Tuesday August 12th, 2014
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USSF Severe Weather Policy Click on the arrow to view USSF's Severe Weather Policy.

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.
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Monday July 21st, 2014
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Team Uniforms for U10 and above!
Starting at U10, Northshore Youth Soccer Association no longer provides a t-shirt as the jersey. Each team decides on what kind, color, etc. of jersey they wa...

Thursday July 17th, 2014
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Medical Release Form

Click here for the medical release form or go to Member, Resources, Documents.More

Friday July 11th, 2014
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Rosters are posted!
Click on Parent:Players and then on the "Roster" hyperlink in the Action column to view them.

Thursday September 5th, 2013
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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...