Not sure where to register? Click Here to find out which Community Centre or Premier Club you belong to!


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.


2012 - 2013 Indoor Soccer

The Indoor Soccer season runs from October 20 to the week of March 18-21, 2013.  The Indoor Soccer program is available city wide for youth ages U9 to U18 for Recreational programs, Developmental U9-U12 programs and Premier and Premier- Developmental U13 and older programs.

Contact your Home District for registration information and dates:

Bonivital Soccer Association

FC Northwest

Phoenix Soccer Club

St. Charles Soccer Association

Winnipeg South End United

For additional information: Please contact Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association at 204-233-8899

Long-Term Player Development

Interested in learning more about the Canadian Soccer Association's proposed Long-Term Player Development Guidelines?

Introduction to Wellness to World Cup program (English):

Complete Wellness to World Cup document (English):

Short Wellness to World Cup brochure (English):

Short Wellness to World Cup matrix (English):

Note: French versions are also available at 



Standings & Schedules


Online Scorekeeping

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no lines on the field we are due to play on, how can the game go ahead?

For Recreational divisions, yes the match should still be played! Teams can use cones as the boundaries.

For Premier divisions, officials that have been assigned to premier matches will not be officiating matches on fields with no lines.

The lining of the fields is also the responsibility of the home team. Both the home team’s District and WYSA should be informed if a field is not properly lined or does not have proper goals.


 August 2015 


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