Fall 2017 Registration Opens on May 1st!

  • Some of our age groups are currently full with a waiting list. If we get enough players on the waiting list AND find another coach, we can add another team! 
  • Game days are set by North County Youth Soccer. Before you register, please check this link to confirm that your child is able to play games on a specific day for his/her age group: Day of Play Matrix for Fall 2017
  • Due to U.S. Soccer's new birth year mandate, there are no play ups unless you are a returning Fall 2016 U9-U19 player staying on that team. These players are "grandfathered" in and can play up on that team (not able to switch teams and stay grandfathered as a play up). All other players will be assigned to teams based on birth year.

 

U8-U18 Game Schedules:

Club News & Events View All

  • Fall 2017 Registration Opens on May 1st: May 1, 2017 12:01am–August 30, 2017 11:59pm

    Online registration for fall 2017 season opens on March 1st at 12:01am. Returning fall 2016 players are guaranteed a spot on their previous team…

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  • Soccer Camp: July 10, 2017 9:00am–July 14, 2017 9:00am

    Join us for our club's 2nd annual summer soccer camp. Camp is held Monday-Friday at Mariner High School on either July 10th-14th or on July…

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  • Soccer Camp: July 31, 2017 9:00am–August 4, 2017 3:00pm

    Join us for our club's 2nd annual summer soccer camp. Camp is held Monday-Friday at Mariner High School on either July 10th-14th or on July…

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Get to Know MYSC

MYSC was established in 1969, and has grown to a club serving over 1400 kids, on over 100 teams! These teams serve children from the age of 4 to 19 years old. We offer a large recreational program for children of all abilities.

Get Involved with MYSC

MYSC is a volunteer based organization, that relies on the involvement of all of the parents in order to succeed. To volunteer do you need to know soccer? Absolutely not! We have many parents involved with the club that have had their soccer knowledge grow right along with their children. READ MORE »