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OYSA Changes Structure of Fall League

Oregon Youth Soccer is implementing a number of changes to the structure of Fall Leagues, with the intent of increasing competition while reducing the financial and logistical costs of travel. Find out how these changes will affect your team, league and player. • ODP to Regionalize Youngest Age Group


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Parents — How Can You Best Help Your Kids Succeed?

At the beginning of the fall league, it is important to remind ourselves as parents how much influence we have over our children. The situations that many young soccer athletes deal with before, during and after games could bring a grown adult to tears. Let's take a look at some of these situations and the best way we, as parents, can help our kids succeed. Read More »

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OYSA Fan Poll

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Nominate A Deserving Person
For OYSA Awards!

Every year, Oregon Youth Soccer recognizes the coaches, administrators, referees, TOPSoccer buddies, parents and volunteers who work with our children and our clubs to make youth soccer in Oregon possible. Find out how to nominate the difference-maker in your team, club or league! Read More »

President's Message

September is Youth Soccer Month! Let's celebrate the ways we can become involved in our child's team. READ MORE»

Out Of Bounds

Erik Lyslo freelances on the latest topics from throughout the Oregon soccer scene. READ MORE»

Rec Report

I've just agreed to coach a U6 team — now what? READ MORE»

ODP

Oregon ODP broke a state record with 53 players name to the Region IV ODP Regional Pool, more than all buy two of the 14 states in Region IV. READ MORE»

Coaches Corner

How can you judge a good youth coach? Here are nine things to look for. READ MORE»

Referee Report

Oregon Youth Soccer has implemented a new Referee Assault Policy. READ MORE»