Welcome To Our Club....
  The mission of the Stockton Youth Soccer Association (SYSA) is to foster physical, mental, and emotional growth through the sport of soccer for all children in the City of Stockton. In all decisions, the SYSA focuses on putting the children’s interests first. Please check our website frequently for tournament information, game scheduling and other great information. 
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1/21/2015 History Project
  Our club has been around for over 40 years now. Unfortunately, we have not kept a history of our many achievements. If you have any history that you can contribute, a list of accomplishments, perhaps some pictures, please send them in to us so that we can add them in. You can view what we currently have by CLICKING HERE.
2/20/2015 Coaches Transporting Players
  It has come to our attention that our insurance provider does not cover any incident that involves transport to and from practices, games, or other functions. In the event there is an accident and a coach has a player in the vehicle, the coach's own insurance would be liable for costs. Stockton Storm / SYSA recommends that coaches either do not transport players or ensure that their own insurance is of such a value so as to cover such an eventuality. Coaches may also make use of waivers that they can have their own lawyers develop for them, however, as an organization we recommend either not transporting or increasing one's own insurance.
2/19/2015 BML Results for EOS

U12 Boys

 1st Linden
 2nd Atwater (2)
 3rd Ceres
 4th Manteca

U14 Boys

 1st Motherlode
 2nd Modesto
 3rd Stockton
 4th Tracy 

Reports from coaches:

Rafael Santiago - U12B Stockton (3) had a chance to get into the consolation, but came up short. Finished 1-2, with 8 points. We played well against Atwater 2 losing 0-1, then beat Oakdale 2 6-0, not playing well losing to Oakdale 1, 0-3.
Floyd Crame - Won 3 games, tied last game, finished 5th place out of 17 teams.
Erik Sandstrom (Sam Tounou) - Despite battling some untimely flu and other illnesses which created a very short bench and limited or no substitutes, the SYSA BML “Stockton FC” U-14 Boys did a phenomenal job on the field, not allowing a single goal in any game during the EOS tournament – a clean sheet for the keeper for the entire tournament. Offense was shorthanded and challenged, too, and after a couple of ties and wins in the end the difference between a game for 1st place or 3rd place came down to one goal differential, with the SYSA U-14 Boys capturing 3rd place while never registering a loss in the tournament, going 2-0-2.  The coaches are both pleased and proud of the growth in all the players as they further developed their skills every game throughout the season.
2/22/2015 Stockton Storm Girls Playing High School

We are always very proud of the results from our Storm teams, however, we are even prouder when our players do even better in the community. Here is a list of our players who have made their high school team:

From Stockton Storm FC 97 CLICK HERE

From Stockton Storm Earthquakes CLICK HERE

From Stockton Storm Chaos CLICK HERE

Congratulations to these remarkable young women and we hope that they have a great season.

1/22/2015 SYSA Coaching Courses

This seasons courses are all full. If you want further information please contact Neil Hanlan 209.922.1054 or

CYSA the governing body of SYSA is holding a D license course here in Stockton. This is a course that is aimed at Competitive Coaches and so SYSA will refund the cost of the class for a registered competitive coach who completes the course. Other coaches (Recreational or from other clubs) may register for the course at their own expense.

CLICK HERE to download the registration form. Any questions please contact:

Joyce Bordley -Cal North Programs Coordinator
925.426.5437 ext. 19 | |

1/18/2015 What sort of parent are you?

The information below has been copied and modified from another organization across the waters in Ireland. It is very evident that all clubs the world over are battling with the same problem - RESPECT for the game and RESPECT for each other.

Please view an interesting video by CLICK HERE - The link is to a series of short videos. Well worth watching for all adults planning on attending youth soccer games. As it states in the one of the videos - "Take a good look at yourself."

Bottom line is that our players are NOT EPL level players, our coaches are NOT internationally recognized, and our referees are NOT professionals being paid hundreds of thousands a year. Allow your child and other youth to make mistakes, whether they be players or referees.

Please make your goal at your child's next game to be a great role model to all concerned, allow for errors.

1/14/2015 Coaching or Playing Competitive Soccer

Are you interested in playing or coaching with the biggest soccer family in Stockton? Then contact us ASAP.


Contact a coach and organize a try out. To get a coaches name. CLICK HERE to download our player / team formation policy for competitive teams.


We are always looking for coaches at any level. If you are a coach and would like to coach in a club that has multiple State Cup trophies, the largest number of teams in Stockton, the only club to offer soccer for all levels of players, and the longest serving (since 1971) then you should come in and talk with us - we will do our best to make it work.

Stockton Storm is also the only Stockton Club that offers both CYSA and US Club affiliation to all teams. The team gets to decide which organization to register with, or you can register with both.

1/21/2015 Board Positions Open That Need To Be Filled

We are looking for people to fill the presently open position. These are all volunteer positions:

Treasurer / Bookkeeper - Our current Treasurer stepped in to fill a needed position but is an extremely busy person. Our books are kept in QuickBooks (training will be provided to the right person), basic knowledge of accounting is needed, and the time to enter transactions, develop reports and attend meetings. This is a great opportunity for some one interested in learning QuickBooks and general bookkeeping.

PAD Chairperson - Every once in a while some one does something wrong and we need to hold investigative hearings. This person needs to be organized, able to maintain confidential information, and be able to keep control of a meeting. Time commitment is usually a couple of hearings a season.

BML Coordinator - Each year our recreational players have to opportunity during the winter season to form teams that play through out our area. We need some one who is organized and can devote some time to setting this all up. The person would set up a committee to select coaches (assistance is available here), correspond with District (usually via email but there are usually two meetings to attend in Manteca), and correspond with BML coaches regarding schedules, teams, and other concerns. 

10/06/2014 Have some free time - be a board member or assist in other ways
We are always looking for people to help us provide soccer to the youth of Stockton. We need volunteers to do major work and to do small tasks. If you can help in any way, please contact us, on 472-9166 when the office is open.
4/8/2014 So you want to know the rules of soccer!
  Have you ever wondered why a certain call was being made, or what it is that the coach was up to? By CLICKING HERE you can read up on some basics regarding the game that you are watching. Even if you have been around soccer for years, remember the rules change.
6/17/2013 First Aid

If you have been hurt out at one of our games at Arch Road, then you have probably met with one of our First Aid crew. We would like to share a little more information regarding this. The First Aid crew are not a paid body. Each and every one of them from Peter Sturdevant who head's the team down to the lowest runner, are donating their time, efforts and skills to making our organization a little safer. When you meet up with one of those "yellow shirts" please give them a thank you for their efforts - a lot of people have been helped by this crew.

SYSA is extremely lucky to have such a wonderful bunch of people. As those who travel to other cities for soccer can attest, other leagues do not have a First Aid station as it is not mandated by CYSA.

In addition, there are the back ground support people. The people who have been supplying the needs of the station (Click on the links to gain more information):

Stronger Fitness Group on March Lane - take a look at their Summer Camp

Dr Manshadi - who has a AED waiting for us - which is great for people with a heart problem. Dr Manshadi is able to offer this vital piece of equipment through the sale of his book - "The Wisdom of Heart Health"

Manshadi Medical Supply and Equipment - Located on Pacific Avenue in Stockton



Next Board Meeting: 
March 12, 2015
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm 

Our meeting will no longer be at our office. Instead Board meetings will be held at:

Suite 200
555 W Ben Holt Drv
Between Bank of Stockton
and Bank of America



Online Registration is now open for the spring season. Registrations are accepted online or in the office.

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