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Colonia Youth Soccer Association

REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED FOR FALL 2016

ALL SCHEDULES HAVE BEEN POSTED BY DIVISION

 

House Recreation (in town) - Pee Wee K & Peewee 1st (Grades K-1 ages 5-6), Midget (Grades 2-3 ages 7-8), Junior (Grades 4-5 ages 9-10) play at the Colonia Home Depot Fields

Senior Division (Grades 6-8 ages 11-13) plays at Colonia High School

Games are played Sundays 

***Inter-County (Recreation). For more information about Inter-county please refer to ICYSL.net website or folow the side menu. Come out and represent your town in a fun competitive league played against local towns in Middlesex and Union Counties (No tryouts, open to all who sign up)

The Following Teams are being formed

U-10 Girls U-10 Boys: Must be born in 2007 and 2008

U-12 Girls U-12 Boys: U-12 must be born in 2005 and 2006

U-14 Girls U-14 Boys: U-14 must be born in 2003 and 2004

U-16 Girls U-16 Boys: U-16 must be born in 2001 and 2002

For more info select the Inter County from the Side Menu

Soccer Stars Program (ages 3-5)

Smaller groups with approximately a 12:1 child to coach ratio. These are training sessions designed for the younger players. These groups are co-ed and last for one hour. Class meets from 10 - 11 am at the Colonia Home Depot fields on Sundays.

 

 

 

 

  -  Online House Recreation is now closed. 

 

   InterCounty Registration is now closed

 

   Soccer Stars Registration is now closed

 

 

 

 

Click on the Dick's Logo below for a printable coupon that is good until Fall 2016. Have a great Season

 

 

 

 

 


 

 







Colonia Youth Soccer Association is Providing The Youth of Colonia & the Surrounding Communities an Opportunity to Participate in an Organized Soccer Program. Promoting Sportsmanship, Physical Development, Fitness & Teamwork at an Affordable Cost for ages 5-13
 
 
 
 





Colonia Soccer is looking for Volunteers


Have you noticed how smoothly our league of close to 700 children runs? Well, it takes a lot of work to keep Colonia's soccer league running.

Fields, equipment, registration, etc. are things that need volunteers. All of these things happen because of the great job the CYSA Board has done.

Many of our board members’ children are out of the league or entering the upper division. We urgently need volunteers from our younger divisions to learn the ropes and carry on after current members are gone. Please think about volunteering.

If you are interested in helping, please attend our next general membership meeting at the Little Fellows Firehouse, Clubhouse Pennsylvania Ave, Colonia, or email a note to: info@
coloniasoccer.org

Thanks!