The Hayward Youth Soccer League will be having its Annual General Meeting at 7:30 P.M. on Tuesday, November 12th, 2019, at the HYSL office, located at 384 Jackson Street Suite 3, Hayward, CA. 94544. This is an opportunity for all league members (current parents & referees registered for the fall 2019 season) to vote on new board members and any issues involving changes to the HYSL Constitution and By-Laws.  There are currently 14 positions on the Board of Directors, of which 12 will be open and anyone can apply that has been in good standing for 2 consecutive years.   Positions vary from 1-2 years.

We would like to thank all of the coaches and parents who have generously provided their time and effort to ensure that all kids have the opportunity to play soccer.  This is a non-profit organization and its existence depends on volunteers.




1.      President – 2 year term

2.      Secretary – 2 year term

3.      Competitive Coaching Coordinator – 2 year term

4.      Field & Equipment Coordinator – 1 year term

5.      Referee Assigner – 1 year term

6.      House Team Coordinators U6 – 1 year term

7.      House Team Coordinators  U8 – 1 year  term

8.      House Team Coordinators U10 – 1 year  term

9.      House Team Coordinators 12 – 1 year  term

10.    House Team Coordinators U14 and up – 1 year  term

11.    Fundraising Coordinator - 1 year term

12.    Awards coordinator - 1 year term


If interested, please send an email to or send a written letter to P.O. Box 4192, Hayward, CA 94540. Please include your first and last name, your HYSL registered child’s name and the position in which you would like to run.

There will be a 3 panel interview that will consist of 1 board member and 2 non board members.

Phone request will not be accepted.


President: The President shall have general supervision over all the affairs of the League and shall call and preside at all meetings of the League and the Board. The President shall be an ex-officio member of all committees and appoint chairpersons and members of committees consistent with these by-laws. The President shall serve as primary liaison with the Hayward Area Recreation District, City Officials, Nor Cal Premier Soccer League and with the CYSA.

 Secretary: In the absence of the President and the Treasurer the Secretary shall preside at the meetings of the Board of Directors. The Secretary shall keep the minutes of all the meetings of the League and the Board, shall take charge of all permanent records, except securities of the League, and shall issue notices of other correspondence to the membership, including monthly newsletters and web site updates.

Competitive Coaching Coordinator:  In the absence of the President, Treasurer, or Secretary the Competitive Coaching Coordinator shall preside at the meetings of the Board of Directors. The Competitive Coaching Coordinator shall serve as the secondary liaison with the CYSA. The Competitive Coaching Coordinator shall recruit coaches and assistant coaches for the teams in the age group of responsibility. The Competitive Coaching Coordinator shall review all coaching applications and make recommendations to the Board. The Competitive Coaching Coordinator shall conduct training and evaluation programs consistent with the policies of the League. The Competitive Coaching Coordinator shall conduct all coaches meetings for the division of responsibility.

Field and Equipment Coordinator: The Field and Equipment Coordinator will be responsible for controlling and accounting for all field equipment, obtaining field permits, scheduling the fields for practice, and ensuring field preparation during the season. The Field and Equipment Coordinator will also be responsible for the ordering and distribution of all HYSL team uniforms.

Referee Coordinator: The Referee Coordinator (current licensed referee highly recommended) shall be responsible for the training and assessment of all referees in the League. This includes coordination with the District 4 Referee Coordinator, conducting licensing clinics and in service training and assessing the capabilities of the League's referees.  Must coordinate with US Soccer federation and CNRA. The Referee Coordinator will also be responsible for referee scheduling, and must obtain their state referee assigner credentials per NorCal.

House Team Coordinators (U6 thru U19): The House Team Coordinators shall supervise all activities in the age group of responsibility. The House Team Coordinators shall serve as the agent of all the players and coaches within the applicable age group. The House Team Coordinators will also be responsible for assisting the registrar to ensure that all players within their respective divisions are properly registered.

Fundraising coordinator:  Responsible for the organization, conduct, and reporting of all fund-raising activities including but not limited to; Corporate fundraising, sponsors, may obtain club sponsors providing all contributions are specifically donated to the general fund of this club.


Awards Coordinator: Awards coordinator will be responsible for ordering, purchasing, and distributing awards as appropriate. Periodically, competitive quotes will be researched.  Obtain accurate players’ counts to ensure that the right number of awards is available.

Header News:

Pleasanton Ca. (February 24, 2016) – Chairman Pete Zopfi and Executive Director Matthew Madeira announce that Cal North, in accordance with U.S. Soccer guidelines and intent, is implementing the following rules for heading:

  • No heading for players 12 years old and younger in games.
  • Abide by U.S. Soccer recommendations for heading in practice (heading training for players age 11 to 13 years of age should be limited to a maximum of 30 minutes per week with no more than 15 to 20 headers per player per week).
  • When a player deliberately heads the ball in a game, an indirect free kick should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. However, if a player deliberately heads a ball within their goal area, the indirect free kick by the attacking team should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred.

“A large part of our passion for the game is doing all we can to promote the safety and health of our valued players”, said Madeira. Zopfi comments “Cal North has been, and will continue to be, a leader in concussion awareness within youth soccer.”

Cal North will continue to monitor decisions made by U.S. Soccer with regards to concussion protocol and heading.

The Hayward youth Soccer League is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that provides recreational and competitive soccer programs for boys and girls ages 4 to 19 years old living in Hayward and neighboring cities since 1982.

The purpose and objectives of this League shall be to develop promote and govern the game of soccer among youth under the age of 19 without regard to race, creed, sex or ability within the City of Hayward and its surrounding communities.

~~~~Questions or Concerns~~~~~

**Please contact appropriate Board Member for
all your questions or concerns regarding HYSL**
You can also call the Hotline (510)881-HYSL(4975)


HYSL does not offer refunds except for the following reasons:

 A) Medical Refund. A full refund will be issued if a player is unable to participate for medical reasons. To qualify for a medical refund, a note from a physician stating that the player should not participate in soccer must be submitted with the refund request.

B) Placement Failure Refund. A full refund will be issued if the Club is unable to place the player on a team. Placement Failure Refunds result when a player is unable to participate in Club sponsored soccer due to a lack of available space.