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AFTER 90' REPORT - May 2015 EDITION

Please click here to view the AFTER 90' REPORT - MAY 2015 EDITION.

MAY 14, 17 & 18 MATCH CANCELLATIONS

WYSA will be re-scheduling all U13-U18 REC/PR matches that were cancelled on May 14, 17, and 18. We should have the re-schedules completed and posted online by the end of this week.

EVENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

WYSA is looking for outgoing and enthusiastic individuals who would like to volunteer at our 1st annual Players Tournament, happening from June 3rd to June 7th at the John Blumberg Sportsplex and Grant Park soccer fields. This is an excellent opportunity for students looking to complete volunteer hours for school, or anyone who is interested in volunteering their time to help a great cause!

For more info, please click here.

3rd SEASON OF MOBILE MINI SOCCER PROGRAM KICKS OFF!

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) is proud to announce the kickoff of its 3rd season of the Mobile Mini Soccer Program! The Mobile Mini Soccer Program offers a free one-hour soccer session to children aged four to eight, at various locations in the inner-city throughout the summer. The sessions are structured to introduce children to the beautiful game by a certified coach coordinator and premier players from local youth district soccer clubs. The youth players not only help coordinate the activities, they are often regarded as role-models for the mini soccer players, a role they embrace.

 

Since 2013, the program has seen approximately 1,600 children participate, providing them the opportunity to get active and learn some new soccer skills. “We have built some momentum over the past two years and I know some of the kids are already talking and looking forward to this year’s program” said Carlo Bruneau, WYSA Executive Director. “By bringing the game to them, we’re hoping to give children an opportunity they might not otherwise have.”

 

The program is supported by the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association, Manitoba Soccer Association, and Tim Hortons in conjunction with WYSA’s five district soccer clubs. The program runs 6 PM – 7 PM, May 11 to June 11, Monday to Thursday, at Dufferin School, Brooklands School, Lord Selkirk School and Central Park respectively.

FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP TROPHY TOUR!

Starting Friday, May 8 to Sunday, May 10, you are invited to the first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola at Polo Park Shopping Centre. On a coast-to-coast trip across Canada, the Trophy Tour will treat guests to several interactive and engaging elements, including a photo with the real FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy. Join us for this unforgettable event by reserving your complimentary tickets at coca-cola.ca/trophytour!

 

2015 OUTDOOR SCHEDULES

The entire seasonal schedule for all U9-U12 D-League, U13-U18 Recreational and U13-U18 Premier 1 & 2 divisions are now available in your team areas! Good luck and have fun this season!

NEW TICKETS RELEASED FOR FWWC 2015 IN WINNIPEG

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ is pleased to announce the release of a limited number of premium seats for the highly anticipated June 8th and 12th matches in Winnipeg featuring the USA.

Tickets will be available starting on Friday, April 24th at 10 am CST, and can be purchased by visiting FIFA.com/Canada2015. The newly released seats feature several hundred premium Category 1 and 2 seats.

Individual and group tickets are available for the June 15th and 16th matches, but to ensure you don’t miss out, order today via FIFA.com/Canada2015.

 

CONTRACT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association is looking for a Coach Coordinator to run its 5 week Mobile Mini Soccer Program, May 11 - June 11! Click here for the complete job description! The application deadline is April 30, 2015.

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Can you please explain to me why there needs to be a same-gender team official on the bench of my child?

The reason there needs to be a same gender team official on the bench is for safety and security. All teams must have at least one adult of the same gender as the players, as one of the team officials in attendance. This person, must be on the team bench and identified on all game sheets, and must not be a registered player on the team. Teams not having an adult of the same gender, will result in the game being cancelled and points defaulted (grace time will apply as with the players). The same gender team official is not required to have an identification card.

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