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WYSA President Steps Down for Personal Reasons

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association announced today that Tom Thompson has resigned as President of the organization for personal reasons effective immediately.

The WYSA Board of Directors struck a nominating committee to be chaired by Past President Alastair Gillespie along with Director of Finance Ron Malech and Director of Outdoor David Holder. The Board has asked the nominating committee to canvass the soccer community to find a suitable candidate as soon as possible. The Board plans to appoint a new president based on recommendations from the committee to serve out the balance of the elected term, which ends in 2014. Through its constitution, WYSA’s membership has empowered the Board to appoint a replacement for the balance of the term.

The WYSA Board of Directors thanks Mr. Thompson for his service to the organization and to youth soccer. Mr. Thompson said he will remain active within the soccer community.

Employment Opportunities

St. Charles Soccer Association is actively seeking a Technical Director. Please click here for the job description - Closing date for the position is July 26, 2013.

Mobile Mini Soccer Program


One year ago, a grass roots movement began - a consortium of service providers led by the Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) met with the Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA), the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) and KidSport to address the underservicing of kids living in the inner city. The discussions were mindful of the realities families and service providers are facing in supporting their children and youth,  and they highlighted the fact that there were hundreds of kids without access to a rite of childhood: mini soccer.

Flash forward one year the YAA, MSA, WYSA and 5 Winnipeg District Clubs, FC Northwest, Winnipeg Phoenix FC, Bonivital SC, Portage Trail SC, and Winnipeg South End United along with Tim Hortons, and the Ministry of Children and Youth Opportunities, the Mobile Mini Soccer Program came to life and has been visiting inner city areas to provide free mini soccer programming!

Click here for June 6 CBC Radio Interview.

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MSA Policy Statement:

All Manitoba Soccer Association affiliated teams (ie. all WYSA Teams) must have approval from their District Club, WYSA and the MSA prior to playing in any exhibition or tournament games outside of Manitoba.

Be advised that the MSA requires each travel application to be submitted to them at least 2 weeks prior to departure - WYSA is currently working on a 3 day turnaround at this time of the year. All applications should be submitted to WYSA by the team's District Club and WYSA will return all completed applications to the District Club.

Please click here for the MSA Team Travel Application policy, procedure and application form. 



Children's Hospital Tournament

Thank you to all of the Volunteers, Participants, and Referees who helped make the Children's Hospital Tournament such a great success!

Winnipeg Youth Soccer Tournament Draws Record Number of Teams


Winnipeg, May 29, 2013 – The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) is proud to announce the 22nd Annual Children’s Hospital Tournament will kick off today with a record number of teams. 

This year, the tournament will feature 199 teams, up seven from last year’s record. Teams are coming in from across the region, including from Kenora, Ontario, Yorkton, Saskatchewan and from Minnedosa, Portage la Prairie, Brandon and Carman, Manitoba.

“The tournament started with only four teams back in 1991. Now it’s one of the largest tournaments in western Canada,” said Carlo Bruneau, executive director of the WYSA. “We want to thank the thousands of volunteers in the soccer community who make this event so successful every year.”

Over the years, the tournament has raised more than $275,000 for the Childrens’ Hospital Foundation. The tournament will feature games at various fields around the city, but home base will be John Blumberg soccer complex in Headingley.

The tournament will run from May 29 to June 2. Despite a challenging weather forecast that is predicting rain, WYSA plans to complete as many games as possible and have finals played as scheduled on Sunday. 

“All players and teams should expect to play at their scheduled times,” said Bruneau. “Marshals will decide whether games are playable or not at the field.”

WYSA is the largest youth soccer league administrator in Manitoba. In addition to managing all premier, premier-developmental and developmental leagues (from ages 9 through 18), WYSA oversees recreational soccer leagues for community centres from ages 13 to 18. It also supports district soccer associations who administer the recreational leagues for ages 9 through 12. In recent years, WYSA has managed high school indoor and outdoor soccer leagues and has played a key role in bringing soccer programming to disadvantaged youth in Winnipeg’s core areas.

Organizers plan to play as many games as possible despite poor weather forecast

Children's Hospital Tournament Schedule

Please be advised that due to unexpected changes in registration for the Children’s Hospital Tournament, a number of games have been rescheduled since the schedule was first released.
All teams are advised to review the game schedule before attending their first game of the tournament as game times and fields may have changed since you last reviewed it.

Please follow the CHT link on the right side of this page for more information on the tournament, including pitch layouts, markings and tournament rules, located on the CHT Homepage.

We thank you for your patience and support. Good luck this weekend!

Online Scoring for Team Officials

Coaches and Managers,

There is an issue with some team officials being unable to use the self-score option.

We are investigating the problem with IT SportsNet and we envisage this will be resolved the week of 20th MAY. Please continue to submit your game sheets within the specified timeframe.

Thank you for your patience.




Standings & Schedules


Online Scorekeeping

Frequently Asked Questions

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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