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National Youth License
July 13, 14, 15, 21 & 22nd 2012
Maryland State Youth Soccer Association along with US Youth Soccer is excited to announce that the National Youth License will be offered this summer at St. Thomas More Academy in Buckeystown, Maryland. Click here for more information.
English Premier League comes to Baltimore
EPL giants, Liverpool and Tottenham, will play an exhibition match on July 28 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD in a first-ever match up between two English Premier League teams on American soil. The Baltimore Ravens are hosting the event; their third international soccer match in four years.
Many of our affiliates might not be aware of the policy surrounding particiaption in a non-sanctioned event or how it affects their teams/players.Please continue to read concerning participating in non-sanctioned events and the forms needed.
More information to come!
Starting September 1, 2012, it will no longer be required that US Youth Soccer member passes have player/official signatures on the cards.
Also starting Fall 2012, it will be required for all affiliates to administer background checks for their recreational officials. It will not be required that the MSYSA vendor be used, but they will need to inform the state of their vendor and record those results in our online system.
Maximum MSYSA state cup roster size increased
U14 and U15 teams
Please be advised that on July 30, 2011 the US Youth Soccer membership met at the US Youth Soccer AGM in Phoenix, Arizona and voted to make changes to the National Championship Series (NCS) by increasing the roster size and instituting a club pass policy. Click here for more information.