Micro U6 & 7
The emphasis is totally on fun and participation. It is a co-ed intramural program run entirely within our Club. Parents serve as coaches and referees. There are only three players from each team on the field during games with no goalkeepers, so everyone is involved in the play. Team size is 5 - 7 players to ensure players are getting lots of ball time. Fields are small & playing time is equal. The practices can begin at the end of August. There are seven games on consecutive Saturdays starting on the second Saturday after Labor Day. Practices are set by the volunteer coach, MYSC hosts “Friday Night Lights”, clinic style practice sessions, and games are at Explorer Middle School. Games are Saturday mornings, and usually start at 8:30, 9:30 or 10:30AM.
Mod U8 – U11
The emphasis is mainly on fun and participation, but there is a minor element of competition. Teams are gender specific (boys and girls). Teams and fields are still small and grow slightly with each age group. The program begins in August. Teams are formed and operated by our Club. Parents serve as coaches and managers, but trained referees are used for games. Every player gets to play at least 50 percent of every game unless there are discipline problems. Games are organized by NCYSA. Your team will generally play teams from neighboring clubs, but you may play other MYSC teams, as we are one of the larger clubs in the league. No game standings are kept. There are ten games on consecutive weekends starting the weekend after Labor Day. Games can be played on Saturday or Sunday. The Game Day Matrix is available in the Helpful Resources for Parents.
Recreation U12 – U18/19
There is still a large emphasis on fun and participation, but the competiveness increases. Teams and fields are full size. The program begins in August. Teams are gender specific (boys and girls). Parents serve as coaches and managers, but trained referees are used for games. Every player gets to play at least 50 percent of every game unless there are discipline problems. Games are organized by NCYSA and teams will travel to the entire area of the league including Monroe, Granite Falls, Arlington, Snohomish, Whidbey Island, Lake Stevens. Standings are kept for all games. There are ten games on consecutive weekends starting the weekend after Labor Day. Divisions are formed based on the previous records of the teams. There is no win/loss history for U11teams, so placement in divisions is random. This can cause some lopsided results. Divisions generally consist of six teams.
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We offer a large recreational program for children of all abilities, and a competitive select program for the youth athlete who wants more serious, intense soccer program.