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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  Competitive Team News
  CLICK HERE to see what is the latest news on our competitive teams.
  Map of The Arch Road Complex
  To assist players, parents, and other guests find their game location CLICK HERE to see a map of the complex. The field names should match those on the game schedule.
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.
For small tasks, please contact the office on 472-9166 when the office is open.
If you are willing to help with major work, please CLICK HERE and contact Jena Lane.
10/05/2014 Mountain Mike's Fundraiser

Mountain Mike's on Robinhood Drive has offered us a fundraising opportunity. For every person that buys pizza from them at any time on any Monday during October, they will contribute 20% to SYSA. The only catch is that you have to hand in a pamphlet that you can print out by CLICKING HERE. This is open to any one, member of SYSA or not. So get your friends and family members involved.

8/9/2014 Recreational Fall 2014 Game Schedule

The game schedules for our recreational season are all available by CLICKING HERE

Some notes on the game schedules:

Each team should have a game every week end. So, make sure that there are no missing week ends, unless it is a bye week end for everyone. There are three week ends where everyone gets time off labor day week end (8/30), picture day (9/6) - no games but still come out to the fields for photo and fun day - and Triad Tournament week end (9/27).
Now we do have a problem with age groups that have an odd number of teams. Since a game needs two teams we need an even number. We are left with one of two options - (1) have a team skip a game or (2) have a team play a second game. SYSA always prefers to offer more soccer than less, thus teams are given a second game. Depending on the number of teams, this might happen twice in a season. The second game should not be straight after the first game. You need the players to have a break. SYSA usually tries to give players at least a one game break.
10/18/2014 Free Coaching course - good for coaches and parents

On Thursday 23rd October Challenger Sports will be running a FREE NSCAA Parent Coach Diploma at ***field*** from 5-6:30pm. This is a Diploma ran by Challenger Sports staff who are licensed to run courses for the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Please come on out to have any questions answered you have about coaching and learn how to plan and run a progressive successful coaching session. The clinic will be focusing on attacking principles in the game and working on the role of the first, second and third attacker.

Participants are encouraged to get involved so please come prepared to play. The taking part is optional but Volunteers will be needed. The session will not be difficult or physically demanding but it is there to paint a clear picture of what is needed from you as a coach to plan a successful session.

Anyone is welcome to this class so please spread the word. If you attend the session on Thursday 23rd October in return you will receive

- One year FREE membership the where you can pull all your practices from.

- 6 month free membership to the NSCAA online education resource library where you can pull practices from

- A certificate from the NSCAA showing you have completed the course.

- Free NSCAA National booklet with hints and tips inside on your coaching.

Please come dressed in sports wear and feel free to bring pen and paper to take notes. A chair may also be a good idea. This session is set up for coaches coaching at all levels and ages.

10/18/2014 By Law Changes
  Once a year we have an opportunity to change the By Laws of our organization. This is the top level of documentation that is used to keep control of what we can and cannot do, under this is our Policy and Procedures which can e changed at any Board meeting. So, since we have some proposed changes to the By Laws, we have to advertise that and allow members to approve or disallow the changes. Voting on the changes is done at the AGM / Coach Appreciation Dinner held on Saturday 15 November. To view the intended changes, please download the document by CLICKING HERE. The changes are marked in red or blue text color
10/18/2014 Supporting Cancer Awareness

Our U9  Boys "Thunder" shown here supporting cancer awareness by wearing pink socks. Awesome.

10/18/2014 Stockton Storm 05 Girls Press Release

This was actually sent to me quite a while back, sorry for taking so long to get to it.

The Stockton Storm 05 Girls team burst into the fall season with four wins and only two goals allowed in the Ajax United tournament this past weekend.  Our team’s consistent defense and strategic passing gave us the edge we needed to defeat West Coast Krew in the Championship game.  Congratulations to our U10 Storm girls for earning the title of Ajax United’s End of Summer Clash Champions!

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: 
Aug 21, 2014
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm 
8900 Thornton Rd, #10



Online Registration is closed for the Fall season. Registrations are still accepted in the office until teams are full.

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