CYSA – “Kids First” is the largest state organization within the US Youth Soccer Association. CYSA registers more than 165,000 players annually, ages 4 to 19, and over 35,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 142 member leagues of registration.
CYSA is dedicated to assisting parents in developing youth as individuals and not just soccer players in a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visit www.calnorth.org.
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District Cup – Bracket Winners
GU10 bracket A
Madera D R Drilling
GU10 bracket B
BU10 brackets A&B
Easton Fresno Hornets
BU10 brackets C&D
Fresno Metro Easton
BU12 Bracket A
Fresno Metro Brasil 09
BU12 Bracket B
Lemoore Arsenal Huron
BU12 Bracket C
Fresno Metro Easton
BU12 Bracket D
Valley Liddell / Riverbluff
BU12 Bracket E
East Fresno Montstars
GU12 Bracket A
Madera Magic 08
GU12 Bracket B&C
BU14 Advanced Bracket
Lemoore Arsenal Avenal
BU14 Rec Bracket
Lemoore Arsenal 06G
Office Hours for the 2019-2020 Holiday Season:
The District vii office will be closed Thursday and Friday November 25thand 29th for the Thanksgiving Holiday
The Office will also be closed for the week of December 23 rd thru 27th for the Christmas Holiday.
Office is closed on Wednesday January 1st for the New Years Holiday.
California Youth Soccer Association
(Approved by Board of Directors, August 4, 2019)
Heading is prohibited in 12U and younger small-sided games.
All players age eleven (11) years old and younger, who are playing up in 13U and older games, are prohibited from heading, and must clearly be identifiable to match official. (i.e. armband)
When a player, who is eleven (11) years old and younger, deliberately heads the ball in a game, an indirect free kick should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. If a deliberate header occurs within the goal area, the indirect free kick should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred. If a player does not deliberately head the ball, then play should continue.
All players age eleven (11) years old and younger, who participate in a non-CYSA sanctioned event with their CYSA player pass, must adhere to the CYSA heading policy and are prohibited from heading.
All players age eleven (11) years old and younger are prohibited from heading.
It is strongly recommended for players between the ages of twelve (12) and seventeen (17) years old, heading in practice must be limited to a maximum of thirty (30) minutes per week, with no more than fifteen (15) to twenty (20) headers, per player, per week.
In addition, CYSA recommends that standard coaching methods to instruct on how to properly head the ball be instituted by all Affiliates. CYSA will assist Affiliates, as needed, in teaching coaches the proper heading techniques as such to reduce the risk of possible concussion.