Question: View Do you have winter or indoor leagues?
Question: View I am new to town/considering moving clubs. How do I identify clubs for my child to play in?
Question: View My Competitive Representative is not returning my emails or phone calls. What can I do?
Question: View What are the competitive classifications?
Question: View What district is my club in?
Question: View What is an Age Group Coordinator?
Question: View Who is my Member, Competitive or Recreation Representative?
Question: View Whom do I talk to about a league matter (e.g. incorrect reporting of a score, refusal to play, game misconduct, overrostering)?
Do you have winter or indoor leagues?
Response: No, MYSA does not currently run or sanction winter or indoor leagues.
I am new to town/considering moving clubs. How do I identify clubs for my child to play in?
Response: The MYSA Affiliate Club Directory (Quick Links > Clubs) will allow you to identify clubs that service your community (e.g. Eden Prairie, Woodbury). You may contact the club of your choice directly. Be sure to give the age and gender of your child and some understanding of the competitive level, time commitment, etc. that you are looking for. You may also visit prospective clubs' web site for more information.
My Competitive Representative is not returning my emails or phone calls. What can I do?
Response: Players, parents or fans should first speak with an official team or club representative (i.e. coach or team manager) who will then contact the MYSA Director of League Operations at 952-252-0225 (800-366-6972) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the competitive classifications?
Response: MYSA provides multiple levels of competitive play, with Premier being the most competitive division followed by Classic 1, Classic 2 and Classic 3 in decreasing order of competitiveness.
What district is my club in?
Response: Minnesota is divided up into four metro-area districts (North, South, East, West) and two greater Minnesota districts (Northwest, Southwest) based on geographical location. You can find out what district your club is in by going to the MYSA Affiliate Club Directory (Quick Links > Clubs). While each club is placed in only one district, individual teams may be moved to another district to round out a league.
What is an Age Group Coordinator?
Response: Age Group Coordinators are people assigned by the Competitive Representatives (Quick Links > Contacts > Competitive Committee) to aid in the running of competitive leagues.
Who is my Member, Competitive or Recreation Representative?
Response: Each district has one Member Representative, two Competitive Representatives (one for the boys and one for the girls) and one Recreation Representative. Contact information can be found at Quick Links > Contacts.
Whom do I talk to about a league matter (e.g. incorrect reporting of a score, refusal to play, game misconduct, overrostering)?
Response: Concerns relating to league play and administration are best directed to your Competitive Representative (Quick Links > Contacts > Competitive Committee). Other concerns should be directed to MYSA by the team coach, team manager or club representative. Individual parents are asked to direct their concerns through their respective club first, not MYSA.