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Looking for Links to the NCYSA Medical Waiver or Risk Management Application?
The NCYSA Medical Waiver form is HERE
The NCYSA Risk Management Application is HERE
NCYSA has adopted new guidelines for heading for small sided soccer (12U ages and below) which NO LONGER allow intentional heading in matches and limiting heading in practice for 11U and 12U players to 25 headers per week. This applies for all levels of play and our online recreation match rules have been updated to reflect this…coaches should read and familiarize themselves with these rules and the information from NCYSA found HERE.
The NCYSA has adopted a new policy on lightning safety which can be found HERE. Lightning safety is EVERYONE’s responsibility! Parents, coaches, managers, and referees should read this policy and remove players from fields for at least 30 minutes when thunder or lightning are present. For more information see these links:
MYSA is once again proud to be a supporter and partner of the Carolina Railhawks! Click the logo above to visit their site and find out more information on the 2016 schedule and standings.
Coaches and Parents: Be sure our kids are playing safe! Find out more information about concussion recognition, treatment, and prevention HERE. We encourage all coaches to take the online course found here!
The MYSA provides a variety of youth soccer programs to Mebane area youth in Orange and Alamance counties. Our affiliations with the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association and the United States Youth Soccer Association allow us to provide soccer programs at all levels for children as young as 4 and as old as 18. Over 1000 children participate in our soccer programs at the Recreational, Academy, Challenge, and Classic levels. We also have a TOPSoccer program for special needs children.
We offer programs in the Fall and Spring as well as clinics and a popular summer camp in the Summer.