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    SLYSA Pre-Season Friendlies

    SLYSA’s pre-season friendlies make up a tournament focused on training young and upcoming soccer referees.  Four teams will be accepted in each age group and each team will play three games-...

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    Want to earn some extra money?

    SLYSA is always looking for new referees and in association with our referee assignors we have 3 referee clinics scheduled this summer. If you know of anyone interested in becoming a...

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    Sporting STL, AC Porta Via Announce Merger

    ST. LOUIS, May 13, 2015 — Sporting STL and AC Porta Via, two of the premier youth soccer organizations in the St. Louis area, will merge, significantly expanding their soccer footprint...

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    Action shots on Facebook and Twitter

    We do regularly post action shots from SLYSA league games on our Facebook and Twitter page along with other important information about the league. Make sure you like us on Facebook...

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    Pictures from the NORCO Tournament

    Tho NORCO Invitational tournament is played at the SLYSA Complex.  Many teams from the SLYSA league play in this tournament and we went out with the camera to catch some of...

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    Want to become a soccer referee?

    Want to become a soccer referee? You can earn up to $50 per game refereeing in the SLYSA league and you can set your own schedule. An entry level referee class is...

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    There are more kids playing competitive soccer now than ever

    “There are more kids playing competitive soccer now than ever and it seems to be a trend that won’t stop anytime soon,’’ says Damion Frederick, Missouri Rush’s club secretary and communication...

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    Like SLYSA on Facebook

    SLYSA is now on Facebook. Join us for updates on league related topics, short news and photos. Link to SLYSA on Facebook View All

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    Worrying about winning at that level is absurd

    “The last thing we look at with the younger age groups is the win/loss record. Worrying about winning at that level is absurd. The question is whether they are developing the...

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    SLYSA offers more diverse competition for our teams

    “Participating in SLYSA was driven by a number of factors. For our U13 and older teams, it offers more diverse competition which will help their development. It is also good for...

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