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A few playoff reminders –

 

  •          Refs are paid by PYSA for the playoffs 
  •          Bring your roster/misconduct form for the referee and your corner flags…Got Soccer Game Card- just print your last game card from got soccer and just change team name/date/field and time accordingly.  If that is not available for you please use this form, Roster/Misconduct
  •          Home team continues to provide the game ball and change uniform color if necessary (home team is listed first)
  •          No tie games, all rounds of playoffs will include  2 – 10 minute overtime periods followed by PK’s (kicks from the mark)
  •          Playing time – minimum 50% of each half for everyone – please make sure this happens!  OT only needs to be 10 minutes each for the whole 20    minutes.  It is not necessary to sub at the 5min mark of each half
  •          PK kickers must be on the field at the end of OT…no subs for PKs.  Have 5 picked out and do have a plan if more are necessary

 

Regarding PKs, if the referee describes it differently than “best of 5” to start, please find a PYSA official.  Tied at 5 and it goes kick-by-kick on until there is a winner.  Again, only field players at the end of the game are eligible, so have your 6,7,8 etc. kickers picked out as well

Trophies and Playoffs

Trophies and Playoffs

Teams that finish in 1st place in each division of each age group, U9 and older, will be awarded a divisional trophy.  If a 1st place team goes on to finish as champions or runners-up in the season-ending playoffs, the team will receive the playoff trophy, but not the divisional trophy.  Teams may be awarded only one trophy per season.

PYSA holds season-ending playoffs for age groups U9 to U19.  The number of teams involved, and the selection of those teams is dependent upon the size of the league and the divisional break downs.   The competition is a single-elimination tournament, seeded based on results from the regular season and the divisional alignment for each particular age group. 

Playoff pairings are established using the traditional top-seed v. bottom-seed format.  In the fall season, PYSA may alter pairings to facilitate Tournament of Champions determination.  Playoffs are the key (but not sole) determiner of the PYSA ToC representative.

Fall 2017 Season Dates:

6/5-6/18 Early Bird Registration save $5

6/19  Regular Registration Begins

7/28  Registration Ends

7/29 Waitlist Begins

8/18 Conflict Forms are Due by 5pm (submitted by the coach)

8/22 Coaches Managers Meeting at Collin College

9/1 Schedules released

9/9  Season Begins


Whats New in Fall 2016- Small Sided Games and Calendar yr Registration

Coaches,

The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) has made some changes to the playing format that will impact PYSA next year.

 What are the changes? 

U.S. Soccer will standardize small-sided game participation and field size based on player age groups (U4-U12), while also aligning birth-year registration calendars with the start of the calendar year and run from January to December.

For any questions or concerns please contact your league director.


Weather

When the weather is in question, please check Field Status (on this page) for your playing field conditions.

Field Status for Plano fields are updated by 3:00pm on weekdays, 7:00am on Saturdays, and 10:00am on Sundays. We are subject to field closings at the discretion of Plano Parks & Recreation.

PYSA.ORG will be updated with the status for out of town fields hosting PYSA games as soon as those statuses are made available to us. Please check the website and/or call the weather hotline of the hosting association for more information. 

 

Weather Hotlines

Plano fields: 972-422-7972 ext 1 

Allen fields: 214-509-4809

Frisco fields: 972-738-9095

McKinney fields: 972-569-6808 x3

Richardson fields: 214-757-5297

Wylie fields: 972-200-7991 x1

 

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