Sponsor CCYSA today!
As a volunteer, non-profit organization, CCYSA is looking for businesses and individuals to partner with to continue to promote, teach, and facilitate recreational and competitive youth soccer in our community.
Your sponsorship could be used to help reduce the player registration cost by purchasing needed equipment, maintaining the fields, providing scholarships or planning for future growth and amenities.
Download our Sponsor Information and Application today!
Contact CCYSA President Dave Bordwell at 745-0572 with any questions.
CCYSA Summer Recreational Youth Soccer Program
We are finalizing teams, ordering t-shirts, arranging for pictures, working on the game schedules and more! Practices can begin after the Saturday, June 24, 2017 Coaches Meeting at 9am at Starr Rd. Rosters and equipment will be distributed at that time.
Rosters will be posted on the website and you will be contacted by your summer coach around the first week of July.
If you have not been contacted by July 8, please notify Summer Team Coordinator Melissa Norman at email@example.com.
Saturday, July 22 is Opening Day (first day of games) of the 2017 Summer Recreational Season
Volunteers and Referees can continue to register here.
6U Boys Schedule
6U Girls Schedule
8U Boys Schedule
8U Girls Schedule
10U Boys Schedule
10U Girls Schedule
12U Boys Schedule
12U Girls Schedule
We need a lot of volunteers to implement improvements in planning and organization of our growing program. Please contact Dave Bordwell at SummerPrograms@CCYSAsoccer.org if you are interested in helping in any way. We also have regular summer league planning meetings – please join us!
Summer Competitive Youth Soccer Program
In previous years, the Scholastic League has been an extension of the youth, recreational league based on individual signups. This year we are continuing the transition to a more competitive league that is coach-led. Coaches are being given greater responsibility to form teams, recruit and maintain contact with players, provide uniforms and equipment, determine practice times and locations, and lead a team of players that will develop over this and future seasons.
U15 League - Girls (birthday between 9/1/2001 to 8/31/2004)
U18 League - Girls (birthday between 9/1/1998 to 8/31/2001)
U15 League - Boys (birthday between 9/1/2001 to 8/31/2004)
U18 League - Boys (birthday between 9/1/1998 to 8/31/2001)
Since this will be a coach-led team, ask around your school to see if any teams are forming and talk directly with the coaches. If you cannot find a team, please visit us at www.CCYSAsoccer.org and fill out the “Scholastic Interest Form”. We will collect your information and the Scholastic Director will talk with coaches to help you find a team.
1. Recruit & maintain contact with players
2. Submit the official roster (only rostered players may play)
3. Submit team and referee fees
4. Provide uniforms
5. Provide equipment
6. Determine practice times and locations
7. Responsible for their player and spectator behavior
Coaches must complete their team roster and submit it via email to the Scholastic Director. Players will be checked with the roster at the beginning of each game by the referee. Only players on the official roster will be able to play.
Roster Form (Submit the Excel File)
Practices will typically start in June with the days, times and locations established by the coach. The game schedule will be developed based on the number of teams entered into each league division. In the event that there are not enough teams to form a division, the Scholastic Director will work with the coaches to make adjustments. Each team will have 8 scheduled games for the season. Games are played 11v11 (including the goalie) on a Varsity-sized field measuring approximately 70' x 100' with 8’x24’ goals.
Coaches must submit the team fee of $200 by the registration deadline. The team fee is payable to CCYSA to cover the cost of NYS West player registration, insurance and field preparation expenses.
In addition coaches will pay a referee fee of $35/team per game directly to the referee at the beginning of the game. At game time, failure to field enough players or pay the referee fee will result in an immediate forfeit and a $70 fine payable to the Scholastic Director prior to the next scheduled game.
The combined team fee is $480, which equates to approximately $30/player based on the recommended 16-player roster. This excludes any uniform or equipment expenses determined by the coach.
Fri, May 19, 2017 - Email Scholastic Director an intent to enter a team
Wed, May 31, 2017 - Team rosters and payment deadline to participate
Sat, June 17, 2017 - Draft Game Schedule published for coach review
Sat, June 24, 8:30am - Mandatory Coach’s meeting, Starr Rd
Sat, July 8 - First day of games (typically 2 games per week)
Sat, Aug 5 - Season ends
Carmine Sonnacchio, Scholastic Director,
firstname.lastname@example.org, (607) 279-5996
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Can a younger player play at a higher division? - Younger players are eligible to play at a higher age group (e.g. 14 year old playing on a U18 team) as long as the player is mature enough to compete at that level safely
2. Can a player play on 2 different teams? - Players may be rostered and play on a maximum of 2 teams.
CC Select Summer Camp
June 26-29, 2017
Monday to Thursday, 8:30 - 11:30am
Testa Park (Starr Rd), Cortland
Youth Stars for players Grades 1st - 6th
Senior Stars for players Grades 7th - 9th
See the registration form for more information.
Registration Deadline Friday, June 9, 2017
The Cortland County Youth Soccer Association (CCYSA) is run entirely by volunteers who want to see soccer programs offered to the youth of our communities to build not only soccer skills, but character, team work, respect, and other traits that will serve them well in life.
We are in need of volunteers like you! Many volunteers have soccer experience and play a great role in coaching, training and other on-field positions. Other volunteers don't have the soccer experience, but use their organizational, planning, communication or other skills to work off-field in administrative and supportive roles.
Please contact us today about how you can help! Rich Wagner, info@CCYSAsoccer.org.
Field Assistant needed!
This role is to help line our outdoor fields at multiple sites so that teams can play.
Contact Steve Waligurski, Director of Fields & Equipment, email@example.com for more information.
The mission of the CCYSA is to promote, teach and facilitate recreational and competitive youth soccer in our community. Through good sportsmanship, fair play, responsibility and respect, CCYSA will strive to offer soccer opportunities to all those that wish to participate.