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York Region
Soccer Association
101 Bradwick Drive
Concord, ON
L4K 1K5
 
PH: 905.660.3029
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Youth Member
Clubs 2014


Aurora Youth SC
East Gwillimbury SC
Glen Shields FC
King United SC
Kleinburg-Nobleton SC
Lake Simcoe SC
Markham SC
Newmarket SC
Oak Ridges SC
Richmond Hill SC
Thornhill SC
Unionville Miliken SC
Vaughan SC
Woodbridge SC
Whitchurch-Stouffville SC


Adult Member
Clubs 2014

Aurora SC Inc.
Mount Albert Lions SC
Newmarket & District SC
Veneto Lions
Woodbridge Italia
YR Hellenics
YR Shooters

 

Latest District News


NEW! YRSA Now Accepting Applications for Indoor Development Competition!

Indoor Development Competiton SQUAD APPLICATION
rEntry Fee (Including HST): U8 ‐ $1,650 per squad | U9‐U12 ‐ $2,200 per squad
Application Deadline: October 10, 2014

The U8s will play out of TRIO SPORTSPLEX. U9-U12 will play out of SOCCER CITY (Whitchurch-Stouffville) and VAUGHAN SPORTSPLEX. All games will be scheduled on Saturdays.


NEW! McGarrigle Cup Champions & Finalists Determined!

GU14 - Champions : Newmarket United | Finalists : Oshawa Kicks
BU14 - Champions : UMSC Black | Finalists : UMSC White
BU15 - Champions : Thornhill Thunder | Finalsits : Markham Lightning (photos coming soon!)
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YRSA 6th Annual Special Needs Soccer Camp Has Record Attendance!

With more than 30 kids in attendance, the 6th Annual Special Needs Camp was enjoyed by particiapnts and mentors alike! The YRSA would like to thank all those who participated and helped ensure a wonderful experience for all! See additional photo highlights on our SPECIAL NEEDS Page.


Photo Credit: YOUR AD ONLINE INC.


YRSA Awarded $202,000 Trillium Grant
Recently, the Ontario Trillium Foundation awarded the YRSA $202,000 over three years
to support the technical director position in order to guide and assist member clubs in adapting the national LTPD program. Along with enhancing the skills and knowledge of volunteer coaches, clinics and camp programs for children will be offered that will increase participation and reduce drop-out rates.