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  • SLYSA’S 2017 SPRING LEAGUE APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN!
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    SLYSA's 2017 Spring League will play between February 18, 2017 – June 4, 2017.No play dates will be April 14-16, 2017 (Easter) & May 26-29, 2017 (Memorial Day) LEAGUE APPLICATION TIMELINEDecember 2, 2016 – SLYSA Spring 2017 Application opensJanuary 2, 2017 - SLYSA Spring 2017 Application deadlineJanuary 3-6, 2017 – Office Bracketing (Send to directors/coaches)January 10, 2017 – Committee Meets (Boys & Girls 6pm)January 11, 2017 – Review and make changes requestedJanuary 13, 201
  • Player Development Initiatives
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    A resource for parents, coaches and referees supporting the growth and improvement of grassroots soccer.   US Soccer has released their updated Player Development Initiatives , which include modified Small-sided Games Rules for 4v4, 7v7 amd 9v9; and updates on Concussion Awareness and Calendar Year Registration. The information linked below should be posted on the US Soccer website later today. Click here to view the document *Please note that SLYSA will not be calling offside for 7v7 games.  
  • Changes to the laws of the game
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    There have been some rule changes (changes to the laws-of-the-game) for the upcoming 2016/17 season. Here is a simple outline of the main changes/clarifications. For more detail here is a link to the FIFA laws of the Game. Changes are explained in more detail starting on page 116.  Detailed explanations of the changes (starts on page 116) All referees, coaches and players are expected to learn and understand the new rules as they came into effect as of Wednesday 1st June 2016 for the forthcom
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Do you plan on playing soccer during the winter months?
Do you plan on playing soccer during the winter months?
  • Yes, Futsal
    37%
  • Yes, Outdoor
    9%
  • Yes, Indoor
    49%
  • No
    6%
Are you for or against US Soccer's new head ball rules?
  • For
    31%
  • Against
    69%