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Madison Area Youth Soccer Association

2021 Spring Competitive Season is a GO!

It is official, MAYSA and ESC are playing competitive league soccer this Spring!
It has been a long year to get to this point, but soccer is back. The season will look a bit different and there will be new safety protocols for everyone including spectators. We will send out these protocols as WYSA/MAYSA finalize them. One of the changes is MAYSA is not hosting their usual tournaments. Below is the schedule as it stands today. ESC coaches will be in touch in March to communicate when your player will begin practicing (we need all this snow to melt!) 

Date

Event

March 27&28 April 10&11      April 17&18

Dates for MAYSA Girls HS league play

April 24

First day of season for U9 - U14 and In-house Players (U4-U8)

May 15

Start in earnest of HS Boys season (can be moved up via reconciliation)

June 12

Last day of season for U9 - U14 and In-house Players (U4-U8)

June 27

End of Boys HS season


High School Girls
The High School girls will play 7v7 on a medium size field with 1 referee. They are proposing that all games be played at Reddan on the turf field on the 3 weekends listed above. This format is classified as Rec so there will be no additional fees due for the HS girls team players.

Spring Fees due by March 31, 2021

The fees that are currently listed in Demosphere are only for the fall season which are for the clubs fixed expenses including insurance. The additional fee listed below is to cover the cost of returning to competitive play this Spring. Included in this fee are referee fees, field maintenance, equipment, and club operating expenses. This fee will be added to Demosphere by the end of February, and are payable by March 31st. Because of the way Demosphere is set up all fees need to be paid for the club to place players on a team.

 

In-House U4/U8

U09/10

U11/12

U13/14

U15/16

U17 - 19 Boys

HS Girls

Spring Additional Fee

$0

$38

$46

$49

$54

$57

$0

Tournaments are not included in the additional spring fee. The board was not sure how each team would feel about playing tournaments. We chose to let each team decide if they want to participate in tournaments and self-fund them.  

 


Spring Season Protocols

Train at Home

Find resources to train at home

Become a referee

Virtual Courses Available Online

United in Blue

Founded in 1992, the Evansville Soccer Club's mission is to provide opportunities for the personal development of its members through the game of soccer. The club teaches players and families the fundamentals of soccer, good sportsmanship, teamwork and hometown pride through an in-house league and participation in the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association (MAYSA). Teams are formed at different age and competition levels, according to player interest and coach availability. The ESC also sponsors youth soccer camps, indoor winter training, youth soccer nights at the high school, and the July 4th Run/Walk.


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