General Movement Exercise
This general movement should be done everyday to enhance the player
coordination and every muscle memory.
Ball Mastery Ball Mastery should be practiced everyday. The more comfortable
with the ball, the happier the player. The player will be able to
express themselves on the field more freely and have more success.
Field Current Status
Welcome to SYSC... Snohomish Youth Soccer
Club (SYSC) is one of the region's fastest-growing soccer clubs. Check out
our website and find out why are
players, families and even some of the world's top professional coaches
flocking to the Snohomish Youth Soccer Club.
Scholarship We would like to invite all
current players heading to college to complete the attached application
and turn it in to our office by May 1st 2014. [Download
Volunteer Treasurer Needed The club is now in search
for a club treasurer for this upcoming year. If you are interested
please contact the club and we will be glad to issue you a job
description and board application.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Tryouts The following are Boy's tryout
Congratulations to Linda Kautz the recipient of the Marv Hoover award.
Looking For A Challenge? If you have a younger player that
is looking for more of a challenge than our Recreational program can
offer than our Academy program is for you. We are currently seeking
player U6-U9 for this advanced program.
Chosen to Host 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup
January 23, 2014 04:24 PM
Tournament to bring over $3 million in economic impact FEDERAL WAY, Wash. (January 22, 2014) – Washington Youth Soccer is
proud to announce that Snohomish will host the 2015 US Youth Soccer
Region IV (West) Presidents Cup, June 9-14, 2015 at Stocker Fields.
Qualifiers from the 14 western US Youth Soccer State Associations,
including the champions of the Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup, in
the Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups advance to the
US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup. The winners from the four
regional events move on to play for the US Youth Soccer National
Presidents Cup title.
Local restaurants, hotels, retail
stores and others will benefit from the more than 4,800 players,
coaches, teams and tournament officials, who also bring along their
families to the six-day tournament. Participating teams will book an
estimated 15,000 room nights at area hotels, and visitors are expected
to contribute more than $3 million to the local economy during the
“Washington Youth Soccer is excited to
host the 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup,” said Matt
Moran, Washington Youth Soccer Director of Marketing and Competitions.
“The Washington Youth Soccer staff, along with Snohomish Youth Soccer
Association and the Snohomish County Sports Commission, worked hard to
organize our bid to host the event and it is a great opportunity to show
teams from across the West the great soccer culture and facilities in
Washington. Hosting the Region IV Presidents Cup is a benefit to
Washington Youth Soccer teams as it will reduce the travel cost for
those that advance to the regional stage, and will also bring a
significant economic impact to the area with over 120 teams traveling to
Snohomish for the six day event.”
The Washington Youth Soccer Challenge
Cup and US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup are designed for those teams
seeking additional challenges to play against teams of similar abilities
for a national title. The Cup provides a progressive, competitive
experience to teams that might not otherwise get the opportunity to
participate in a series of unique competitions from the state to
regional to national levels of US Youth Soccer. The Washington Youth
Soccer Challenge Cup and US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup are a separate
series of events from the Washington Youth Soccer State Championships
and the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.
“This is a great opportunity for Snohomish County and the State of
Washington to host the 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup,”
said Tammy Dunn, Sports Marketing Manager for Snohomish County Sports
Commission. “We are thrilled for this opportunity and looking forward
to hosting soccer teams from across the Western United States in 2015.”
“Snohomish Youth Soccer is very excited
and proud to have been selected by US Youth Soccer to host the 2015
Region IV Presidents Cup,” said Hal Uderitz, President of Snohomish
Youth Soccer Association. “We wish to thank Washington Youth Soccer for
all their efforts in securing this tournament for Washington and
Snohomish Youth Soccer.”
Academy Program Spring soccer registration for
our Academy program is now open. The Academy Program is for 6-8 year
olds and any 9 year olds with a birthday after July 31st. Spring Academy
training will start towards the end of January. Cost for Spring Academy
is $350 minus any previously paid registration fees towards SYSC
recreational soccer. All fees must be paid in full upon registration.
Spring training for Academy starts in January with approximately two
trainings a week. Games will begin in February and end in April, exact
days and times have not yet been scheduled. All training sessions will
be held at one of our designated Snohomish sites. Please contact the
office (360 568-2577) if you are interested in registering or email
United Program We also have spots available on
our Snohomish United boys and girls U10 and U11 teams. All registration
and coaching and education fees will be prorated for spring. If you are
interested in registering please contact the office as well.
If you have any specific questions on any of our programs at Snohomish
Youth Soccer please give me a call.