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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.

  • 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

  • SLYSA's 2016 Fall league application is now CLOSED.  SLYSA League will play between August 20th through December 4th with over 900 teams signed up to play No play weekends will be Labor Day as well as Thurs - Sunday for Thanksgiving PLEASE READ ALL BELOW INFORMATION FOR IMPORTANT DATES: Office rankings will be around July 1st using standings from the previous seasons.Rankings will be sent out to all coaches and Club Directors for review. Club teams should contact their Directors with any co

  • New Soccer Club in St. Charles County Prymal Sports Academy would like to introduce Prymal Fire SC to begin play this fall in SLYSA. Prymal Fire SC is currently seeking boys born in 2003, 2004, & 2005, as well as girls born in 2005 & 2006. They are also looking for high school girls interested in a new club experience. Recently Prymal has hired Lucas Almeida from the St. Louis Ambush as their head club trainer and will utilize their indoor training academy as their winter training facili

  • Ajax St. Louis Soccer Club and AC Columbia announce merger.   March 29, 2016 Ajax St. Louis Soccer Club and AC Columbia have announced that they will merge soccer clubs this summer. The merger comes at an opportune time for both clubs as they transition their teams to the new player development initiatives introduced by US Youth Soccer. In addition, the merger gives both clubs the ability to enhance player development, increase training and support of their players, and foster the love of t

  • The Missouri Rush family just added its newest member. Gateway FC is now Gateway Rush.February 17, 2016 Missouri Rush Soccer Club is proud to announce its newest member to the St Louis Rush family. Gateway FC is now the Illinois partner with Missouri Rush by becoming Gateway Rush. The partnership was formed as a collaborative effort to offer a unique experience for players on both sides of the river. Missouri Rush Club President Michael Soots commented ” We have a common philosophy and believe

  • U.S. SOCCER GUIDELINESFebruary 16, 2016 Included in the U.S. Soccer Concussion Initiative are specific changes to rules on heading for certain age groups. Those changes included: Eliminating heading for children 10 and under- Please note that U11 is listed in the U.S. Soccer Concussion Initiative document because U11 players can be 10 years old at the beginning of the season Therefore because of the concerns for the safety of younger players, beyond the limitations of the laws of the game, the

  • FC Missouri Partner with Global Premier SoccerFebruary 3, 2016 Contact: Gavin MacPhee 781-891-6900 Ext. 42 gmacphee@globalpremiersoccer.com FC Missouri Partner with Global Premier Soccer Agreement will bring the methodology of FC Bayern Munich to Missouri Waltham, MA, February 3rd, 2016: FC Missouri are pleased to announce a partnership with Global Premier Soccer (GPS), one of the largest youth soccer organizations in the USA. As part of GPS being the official North American Youth partner of F

  • SLYSA AWARDS NIGHT at the Ambush Game!              December 12, 2015 Here is a short video from the SLYSA 2015 Fall league awards hosted by the St. Louis Ambush. Thanks to the Ambush players and staff for helping to make this a memorable day for our league winners. For more information, visit the team online at www.stlambush.com!

  • The U.S. Soccer Federation is recommending a ban on headers for players 10 and under, limits for players between 11 and 13 and having medical professionals rather than coaches make decisions on whether players suspected of concussions can remain in games. Click here to read more. Update: November 10, 2015 SLYSA will wait further guidance from US Soccer on how this will be implemented. View All News  

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