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Desiree Scott - Manitoba Female Athelete of the Year


Former WYSA youth player and Bronze Olympian, Desiree Scott has been selected as Manitoba Female Athlete of the Year.

Please see the following link:

WYSA names Carlo Bruneau as new Executive Director

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Carlo Bruneau as its new Executive Director effective February 12, 2013.

Carlo joins WYSA from the Manitoba Soccer Association where he served as Special Events and Competitions Coordinator for the past five years. Well-versed in the trends shaping the youth game today, Carlo brings a high level of organizational expertise to his new role.

“I am thrilled to take on this role leading WYSA. Soccer is the most popular youth sport in Winnipeg and the level of skill and competition seems to improve every year,” said Bruneau. “We still have lots of room for improvement though and I look forward to working with staff, clubs and community centres to enhance how WYSA administers its leagues.”

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.

“We’re excited to have Carlo join our organization. He is tremendously knowledgeable about the game and system here in the province, and he brings a fresh energy and perspective,” said Tom Thompson, President of WYSA. “Our main objective is to run the best possible soccer leagues we can and to encourage participation in the game at all skill levels. It would be hard to find someone with more passion for those things than Carlo.”



Coaches WILL NOW be able to self score games as they have been uploaded into the "Standings & Schedules" on the WYSA website. Recreational Coaches - Please check your division to ensure all games are scored to enable Play Off sides to be calculated.

Once again, WYSA apologizes for the delay.


2013 Open Transfer Guidelines and Application


Effective for the Outdoor 2013 season, Open Transfer guidelines have been set in place for competitive teams for U9 Developmental players and older.

Be sure to read the guideline document as to eligibility, the application period, placement process and conditions of placement.

Additionally please note the reference to Article 9 Tampering. Incidents of Tampering will not be tolerated and will be subject to significant sanction.

These guidelines will now apply to Out of Region players who will still be required to apply through the Manitoba Soccer Association for approval. The deadline for submission to the MSA is February 15th every year for Outdoor Season.

Click here for the 2013 Open Transfer Guidelines pdf.

Deadline for the 2013 Open Transfer Application is: January 30, 2013

For additional information please contact your HOME club:

Bonivital Soccer Club
FC Northwest
Phoenix Soccer Club
Portage Trail Soccer Club
Winnipeg South End United

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Video


Just released! The promotion video for the upcoming 2015 FIFA WWC:

Ryerson University recruiting top women players

Ryerson University recently contacted WYSA to help it spread the word it is recruiting top players for its women's soccer program. Click here for more information [Ryerson University], or visit

Bringing better training, more touches to youth soccer

Manitoba's youth soccer system is bringing in important changes to the way we coach and train our children. It's called Long Term Player Development and it involves doing a better job of coaching the coaches, giving the players more practice time and de-emphasizing winning games in favour of learning the game.

Here's a good video describing the program from our colleagues at the Ontario Soccer Association:


2012/13 Indoor


League schedules have been provided to the team officals for the first portion of the season to the Holiday break.  Team officials will be emailed the January update after December 17 and before Christmas.




Standings & Schedules


Online Scorekeeping

Frequently Asked Questions

We live outside the perimeter of Winnipeg, how can my child play soccer in the city?

The process you need to be involved in is the Out Of Region Transfer. Individual players from outside the boundaries of WYSA must submit their requests to participate in WYSA’s Premier and Recreational programs to the Manitoba Soccer Association. Once approved by the MSA, the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association will place the player based on their current domicile (just like all other WYSA players living in Winnipeg). To view where you would be placed, please click here. However, there are a few exceptions to the placement map, which are as follows: St. Charles Soccer Association catchment also includes - Stonewall, Grosse Isle, Argyle, Woodlands, Warren, Headingly, Elie, St. Francis Xavier, Oakville, Portage La Prairie and Brandon.


For the Outdoor Season, these requests must be submitted to the Manitoba Soccer Association by January 1st.


For the Indoor Season, these requests must be submitted to the Manitoba Soccer Association by September 1st.


 April 2015 


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