Please click here for our 'Coaches Notes' for the upcoming Cambrian Challenge Cup City Championships. The 'Coaches Notes' are a quick reference of some of the most frequently asked questions during this time. The document is not meant to be exhaustive and only covers certain areas of the Rules and Regulations - all teams should ensure compliance with all WYSA Rules and Regulations, which can be view by clicking here.
You’ve heard of Winnipeg’s national record setting Living Flag on Canada Day, right? Well now is your chance to be a part of Winnipeg’s first ever Living Soccer Pitch. The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ local organizing team needs hundreds of volunteers to join them at ManyFest in Memorial Park on Saturday, September 6th to form a Living Soccer Pitch for the celebrity soccer match that will be taking place in honour of the upcoming official ticket on sale on September 10th.
Want to know the best part? The first 200 volunteers to sign up and show up will receive their very own FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ t-shirts!
FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ Living Soccer Pitch at ManyFest
Location: Memorial Park (north side of the park between Memorial and Osborne)
Date: Saturday, September 6, 2014
Time: 11:45 am – 1:15 pm
Interested in being a part of this once in a lifetime event? Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number to sign up and get involved!
All Cambrian Challenge Cup (CCC), September playoff schedules, are now available online - click on the 'Standings & Schedules' link on the right side of this page! All formats are also explained on the division home page! There are a couple of divisions who's schedules cannot be posted until the final standings are determined. If this is the case, it will be noted on your League home page and you will not find a 'CCC' page until the final standings and schedule are completed.
Good luck to all of the teams participating and have fun this September! Don't forget to register for the upcoming indoor season with your local Community Centre or District Club!
The Soccer Hall of Fame announced the 2014 list of inductees, who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on November 9, 2014, of which Hector Vergara will be inducted into the Builder category.
For the full Soccer Hall of Fame announcement, please click here.
For the MSA's media release, please click here.
The Univeristy of Winnipeg Wesmen Athletics are looking for teams and individuals to help out at their sporting events. Please click here for more details.
The Manitoba Soccer Association has recently distributed newly proposed By-Laws that address the MSA board structure, governance and membership. We encourage all WYSA members to review the proposed By-Law changes and join us for an information and consultation session on Wednesday, July 30th, 2014, 7-9 PM at the Subway Soccer South Complex. If you have any questions about the process, please contact Adam Dooley, WYSA President at email@example.com.
Please click here for the July 30 WYSA Meeting Notes.
Please click here for the MSA website explanation and proposed by-law documents.
WHAT IS LONG TERM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT (LTPD)?
LTPD Is about putting the player first and offering age-appropriate opportunities for kids to enjoy the game of soccer. Making the game fun is key in teaching and coaching, so that players will continue in the game and may even coach or referee as they get older. More specifically, LTPD is a model of athlete development that parallels what doctors and psychologists have long used to better understand human development: as a series of distinct stages, which takes us from infancy through to adulthood. A person's abilities, behavious and emotions, as well as their understanding of the world around them, varies from stage to stage.
Similarly, experts in sport science have identified seven stages of development — each with its own physical and psychological characteristics —that form the basis for LTPD. When young soccer players are able to train and compete in an evironment that's appropriate to their stage of development, they not only perform at their best, they also have more fun.
| In other words, LTPD is designed to give players an optimal soccer experience at every stage by putting their needs front and center |
In order to accomplish this goal, the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) with the District Clubs and Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) and Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) has introduced changes designed to encourage more playing time for every player, enhance skill development, improve coaching and generally make the game more fun to play! Whether you dream of playing for Canada's National Team or simply want to have fun with friends, taking the right approach to the game when children are young sets the stage for a lifetime of enjoyment! As well, new and better coach education is a critical element of the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) and Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association's (WYSA) new Long Term Player Development (LTPD) initiative.
For more information on LTPD, visit our homepage and view the menu options below LTPD!
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.