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  • SLYSA'S FALL LEAGUE TO KICK OFF AUGUST 19TH!
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    Fall season will kick off August 19 and will be the biggest ever with 987 teams signed up to play.A few dates to keep in mind: July 10th and 11th the bracketing committee will meet and place the teams into divisions. July 12th conflict dates are due for all teams. Schedules will be posted on slysa.org on August 4th. Good luck to all the teams! 2017 Fall League Information
  • SLYSA’S 2017 FALL LEAGUE APPLICATION NOW OPEN!
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    SLYSA's 2017 Fall League will play between August 19, 2017-December 3, 2017.No play dates will be Labor Day weekend, and Thanksgiving weekend (Thursday-Sunday). For more information and to register your team, click here.
  • 2017 SLYSA Spring Awards at St. Louis FC Game!
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    SLYSA Night at the Saint Louis FC Game!Date: Saturday; July 15, 2017Time: 7:30pm KickoffLocation: WWT Soccer Park #1 Soccer Park Road; Fenton, MO 63026Spring 2017 LEAGUE WINNERS: SLYSA would like to invite all of our league winners to join the on-field awards presentation prior to kickoff starting at 7:30pm. Please arrive with your coaches/team by 6:00pm and meet Katie at the center circle on WWT Soccer Park Field #3. Just a reminder: the field presentation is for coaches and players ONLY! (time
  • Build Out Line Video Tutorial - 7v7 SLYSA Rule
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    Playing Rules for 7v7 ExplainedThe Build Out LineWhen the goalkeeper has the ball during play (from the opponent) or from a goal kick, the opposing team must move behind the build out line.Once the opposing team is behind the build out line, the goalkeeper can pass, throw or roll the ball to a teammate (no punting).After the ball is put into play by the goalkeeper, the opposing team can cross the build out line and play resumes as normal.Click here to watch the video tutorial.
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