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Regular Registration ended Jan. 18.
WE now have late registration--$25 late fee and space available basis. we average almost 300 registrations during late registration. we do not charge your credit card until (and if) the commissioner places your player.
All players must be 3 years old by Dec. 31, 2014 to register. If they are not 3 on Dec. 31 2014 you may not register.
Returning players must use their existing player account log-in. Do not create a duplicate account. New players will create their initial account. Be sure to register from the program link above. Do not register from your player profile account.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Calendar Playing Age Chart Fees and Prices FWYSA Rules: Complete and Summary Team Formation and Player Placement Filing a Medical Insurance Claim Refunds Financial Aid Academy Registration and Academy Tournament Rosters. You must first be registered recreational (either rostered or unrostered--email email@example.com if you are not sure of the difference). Once that has been done, you need to let me know that you would like your Academy registration paperwork. I will reply with the necessary information. As with all recreational registrations, this is a confidential transaction between FWYSA and the individual families. A third-party cannot handle the registration--only the family.
In order to sign an Academy Tournament Roster, I must see and verify the current and complete Academy Registration form of every player on that roster. GAME SCHEDULES, UNIFORMS, AND PRACTICES Games are scheduled for Saturdays until all are exhausted. If necessary (no more available Saturdays), we will use weekdays during DST and Sundays beginning at 1pm. The coach (typically a volunteer parent) of each team will choose uniforms, select a practice location, and determine dates, times, and number of practices per week. Often, the coach does consult with the other parents regarding practices, etc. TEST Fields: Maps and Divisions
Code of Ethics
Each player in FWYSA is held to the highest standard of sportsmanship. We demand each player to follow the Code of Ethics set forth by FWYSA. If any player, coach or parent breaks their respective Code of Ethics, they will be expected to attend a FWYSA A&D hearing. Player Code of Ethics
Parent Code of Ethics
Fort Worth Youth Soccer Association is dedicated to the development of the young soccer players within the organization both physically and socially. Our goal is to deliver the highest level of sportsmanship and training by providing our athletes top-level coaching, officiating and association control.
However, we are only can go so far. It is up to the parents themselves to continue what we have started. We, as an Association, hold our parents to the same level of conduct as we do our coaches, staff and officials. Parents' Code of Conduct
Players outside of FWYSA Territory will need to fill out a release form from their home association. FWYSA players wanting to transfer to another association will also need a completed release form.Player Release Form--found on the North Texas Soccer web site (www.ntxsoccer.org) under Youth Forms.