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:
For additional information: Please contact Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association at 204-233-8899
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 CanadaSoccer.com
OPEN TRANSFER APPLICANTS - once all districts have completed the tryout process, they will notify the WYSA office of the placements for the Open Transfer for the Outdoor 2012 season. At that time the WYSA office will notify the players by EMAIL as to whether their application has been accepted or not. If your application is successful, you will be advised as to the administration process by your district in order to transfer to the requested club. In the meantime the player is responsible to complete their commitment to the team for the Indoor season in regards to practice and games.
This information is for all parents and players for who will be 13 years of age and older in 2012 and are interested in playing in the Premier or Premier-Developmental programs.
Effective for the Outdoor 2012 season, Open Transfer guidelines have been set in place for competitive teams for players 13 years of age 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: Open Transfer Guidelines
With WYSA moving to implement new Long Term Player Development guidelines, we're continuing to monitor similar efforts elsewhere in the world. Here's an interesting piece from the FA in England which is also moving to a system of youth player development that focuses on coaching and skill development. That means getting rid of league tables. Does it mean getting rid of competition? No, not at all.
Click here to read more.
WYSA continues to work with the MSA to develop LTPD guidelines that best fit Winnipeg's soccer community. Central to LTPD is an enhanced system of coaching the coaches. We're starting with mini-soccer and have begun meeting with community centres around the city's five districts to lay out expectations for enhancing mini-soccer coaching and games.
Stay tuned for more information on LTPD. We'll post it here.
On May 8, 2014, Winnipeg will play host to our Canadian Women's National Team who will take on the United States, 7:00 PM local time at Investors Group Field.
WYSA will not have any matches scheduled that night so that all footy fans can attend!
The Manitoba Soccer Association is currently seeking an individual to serve as the Technical Director. If you are interested, please click here for more information. The deadline for applications is March 14, 2014.
The Winnipeg Phoenix Football Club is currently accepting applications to assume the role of a Business Manager. If you are interested in the position, please click here for the job description.
The Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) has unveiled its 2014 - 2018 Strategic Priorities. Please click here to read more.
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.
2015 OUTDOOR SEASON
At this time, there are no match cancellations. The match official will determined whether the field or conditions are unplayable at the field.
League wide cancellations will be posted here. In the event of an individual game cancellation, email notification will be sent directly to the teams.