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Madison Area Youth Soccer Association

    Covid-19 Update

    July 31, 2020

    The Return to Play (RTP) status within the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association remains in Phase 2 of US Soccer's Play On Protocol.  We are targeting an advance to Phase 3 on August 14, pending further review. A final review of that decision and confirmation to clubs will be communicated no later than August 12. Club versus club activities are restricted until the state progresses into Phase 3. (The Phase III: Grassroots Recommendation Guide can be viewed here.)

    Please note, however, that in Dane County there remains superseding requirements: Games and competitions are not allowed between teams for medium (includes soccer) and high-risk sports. Games and competitions within teams are allowed for medium and high-risk sports if the games and competitions are modified to ensure physical distancing is maintained at all times.  Click here for full details of Dane County Sports Guidelines and Requirements under the current order.

    With regard to the Fall 2020 season  MAYSA will continue with the league alignment & formation process but will delay the scheduling until, at the earliest, the week of August 24.  US Soccer and local Health Departments must allow us to progress to league-type competition before we can move ahead with league matches.  

    Statewide, sanctioning for all remaining 2020 tournaments has been withdrawn and permission to travel outside of the state for tournaments will not be granted.

    In light of some Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association school programs deciding not to hold Fall sports seasons MAYSA is considering leagues for high school age boys.  

    ‚ÄčMAYSA has been sharing regular updates with club leaders on topics such as RTP protocols, registration and billing.  For specific questions regarding your club or team, please contact your club leadership.

    Thank you to all players, parents, officials and club leaders for your ongoing patience and engagement during this challenging time.  

    Changes to Laws of the Game for 2019-2020 Season

    This PDF document highlights the main changes that have been made to the Laws of the Game for the 2019-2020 competitive season.

    Becoming a Referee

    About refereeing in the MAYSA district:  see  MASRU

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    Concussion Information

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    MAYSA League Schedule

    MAYSA League Rules

    Reddan Soccer Park Tournaments

    About League Play MAYSA

    About League Play MAYSA

    Madison Area Youth Soccer Association

    Phone: 608-276-9030

    Lost and Found at Reddan Soccer Park

    Lost and Found at Reddan Soccer Park

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    MAYSA League Score Reporting

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    1. Enter Pin # (9030)
    2. Enter the game # (from schedule)
    3. Check that the correct game is displayed, then confirm by saying
    4. Enter the score for each team, then confirm.

    Every age group should report scores, to assist with aligning teams in the most competitive division appropriate for them.  Some scores/standings may not be published online.

    MAYSA 'Spirit of the Game'

    For Players and Coaches

    All events, tournaments, games and other activities sponsored by MAYSA and hosted at Reddan Soccer Park rely heavily on the “Spirit of the Game”. 

    What is the Spirit of the Game?

    The Spirit of the Game is an emphasis on sportsmanship, fun, respect-for-all and quality of play over winning, rivalries or trophies. Highly competitive play is encouraged but never at the expense of mutual respect among competitors, adherence to the rules and the basic enjoyment of participating.

    And Spirit of the Game is for Spectators too!

    Spectating is more fun when you

    1. Know the Laws of the Game, including special adaptations and specific rules for any event or tournament.
    2. Appreciate hard work and quality of play over winning and trophies. Cheer for great plays and hustle, by either team.
    3. Set your own best example. Take the high road regardless of how others behave.
    4. Overcome obstacles. View adversity of any kind as a learning, parenting or mentoring opportunity and not a reason to complain.
    5. HAVE FUN! This is why kids play the game. In many surveys, asked why they play, “Winning” isn’t even among the Top 10 reasons.

    Attitudes are Contagious

    'Attitudes are Contagious' is a hardhitting video (created by US Youth Soccer affiliate, MA Youth Soccer) about how adults can affect youth soccer, particularly how their behaviors can affect the retention and maturation of qualified referees. Worth watching.

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    Our Sponsors

    These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing sponsors and thank them for their commitment to our organization. Interested in becoming a sponsor?  Contact MAYSA Executive Director Chris Lay and thank you for your support!

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