Member Clubs of the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association receive many direct and indirect benefits:
For more information, contact MYSA Director of Member Services Ivan Woyno at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-252-0226.
If you are interested in forming a new soccer club, below is a list of some of the requirements:
For a complete list of requirements and templates of required documents, contact MYSA Director of Member Services Ivan Woyno at email@example.com or 952-252-0226.
The Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) is the governing body for all of youth soccer in the state of Minnesota. We have over 70,000 youth soccer players representing approximately 55,000 households. Of the 55 state associations affiliated with the US Youth Soccer Association (national service organization), Minnesota Youth Soccer is ranked 15th for its number of players. Minnesota Youth Soccer is a direct member of the U.S. Soccer Federation, which is the national governing body for all soccer in the United States.
If you are looking to join a soccer club, click on “Clubs” listed under Quick Links for an alphabetical listing of the soccer clubs in Minnesota (approximately 140 clubs). Then, click on the club’s three-digit code for information about that club’s contacts, teams, fields and website. If you would like specific information about Minnesota Youth Soccer leagues, programs and activities, contact the state office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-933-2384.
Most soccer clubs in Minnesota offer programming for children beginning at the age of five or six years of age, but a few soccer clubs offer programming for children as young as three or four years of age. In Minnesota, and many other states, soccer programming is considered developmental through the age of 10, so the focus is largely on activities and/or games aimed at teaching the young player the basic skills of soccer and to love the game. Starting at the age of 11, the focus is about further developing the player’s skills and teaching the technical and tactical competitive aspects of the game.
For a simple, but comprehensive, view of youth soccer, check out Minnesota Youth Soccer’s easy-to-follow Soccer 4-1-1.