July 24, 2020 - The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs has amended the Safety and Reopening Standards for Business and other Entities Providing Youth and Adult Amateur Sports Activities – Phase III, Step 1.
Mass Youth Soccer has developed a comprehensive set of Return to Play Guidelines in addition to resources for organization leaders and coaches, these can be found on the Mass Youth Soccer Return to Soccer Activities webpage.
We also help them develop healthy bodies, positive attitudes, knowledge of team play, and socialization skills. Winning and losing are not the measures of our success; our interest is in developing the child’s long-range love of the sport.
WYSA coaches serve as role models and mentors, helping to guide and educate the players about team sports and soccer. Coaches also help the children to gain self-confidence, increase their talents, and expand their athletic boundaries while correcting the player’s errors in a positive way. Coaches should ensure that kids enjoy the experience of playing recreational soccer.
The efforts and energies of our volunteers are directed to the following objectives:
"WYSA looks to develop skilled, knowledgeable and passionate players and coaches.
WYSA will utilize Guided Discovery and learning through the game as the key tools for player and coach development.
WYSA will endeavor to produce soccer that is fun to play, fun to watch and fun to learn by creating an educational and suitably challenging atmosphere for ALL players."
Our main fields are located at
There are a number of fields at this location catering to all age ranges of soccer, from smaller sections, 7 v 7, 9 v 9 and 11 v 11.
WYSA also has fields at other locations, including a turf field at Yentile.
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298 Shawsheen Avenue, Wilmington, Massachusetts 01887, United States