Berlin Youth Soccer Association, Inc.
If you are having difficulty with the Abuse Prevention (SafeSport) or Concussion (CDC) certification, we now have a set of system tips (found under Registration>>>System Tips) to help guide you. If you are having difficulty uploading the SafeSport certificate, try that system tip. Also, from experience, uploads from computers work better than mobile devices and uploads of Adobe pdf documents work better than pictures.
The 2019-2020 meeting schedule is available.
The BYSA Board meets regularly at the Community Center at 7:30 pm. Anyone interested in attending should notify your division coordinator.
Our BYSA teams contimue to have success in tournaments and league play. For the latest, see the 'BYSA in The News' section to the right.
Great read for the parents of youth soccer players. Published by US Youth Soccer, it provides the soccer parent with insights into the basics of soccer, how your child approaches the game, and how to support your child as they move forward in the soccer programs.
The impact of concussions in all athletes, professional, amateur, and youth, has led to a greater understanding of the impacts that this injury. In an effort to improve the knowledge of our officials, coaches, parents, and players, we have taken some proactive steps. Awareness classes for our coaches have been held in the past and we have recently upgraded our site with information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) who has one of the most comprehensive sites on this topic. We recommend that all parents and players take advantage of this information (found under the parents tab) and become knowledgeable regarding possible symptoms and treatments of concussions.
Berlin U12 girls finish first in their division at the Newington Wrap Up Tournament. (Team Picture)
Berlin U12 Boys soccer team finish first in their division at the Newington Tournament; capture their third straight CJSA division title. (Team Picture)