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Cy-Fair Youth Soccer. Welcome to Cy-Fair Soccer Cy-Fair Soccer is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Charitable Corporation. Cy-Fair Soccer is run by an all-volunteer.

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1 Cy-Fair Youth Soccer

2 Welcome to Cy-Fair Soccer Cy-Fair Soccer is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Charitable Corporation. Cy-Fair Soccer is run by an all-volunteer board of directors. We depend on volunteers to make our organization a success.

3 TYSA and STYSA Timberline Youth Soccer Association (TYSA) is a member organization of a hierarchy organizations that govern recreational and competitive youth soccer in the US. South Texas Youth Soccer Association (STYSA) is TYSA’s immediate parent organization.

4 TYSA and STYSA All play is sanctioned by FIFA (The International Soccer Federation). FIFA sanctions USSF (United States Soccer Federation), which in turn sanctions the United States Youth Soccer Association, which in turn sanctions STYSA. Cy-Fair Soccer Club is one (1) of ten (10) members of TYSA.

5 Cy-Fair Soccer Contact Info Office Address Grant Road Suite 200 Cypress, TX Hours: M/Tu/Th 10 am - 2 pm Wed evening: 5 pm – 7 pm Web Address: Lisa Griffin – Club administrator Board contact info: ◦ Individual Board member addresses found on website. ◦ Entire Board dist:

6 Inclement Weather To confirm field status: Website: cyfairsoccer.org Weather Line: Weather Sentry System  Alerts Club to Lightning within 8 miles of fields.  Watch Dynamo’s trainers (Select Club). If trainers leave field, please do the same.  Car is the safest place!

7 The Fees that we collect go towards…. Field Maintenance ◦ Cy-Fair Soccer leases three (3) fields; Dyess Park, Zube Park, and Matzke Park. Training Staff Uniforms State Organization and Local Fees Referees Lease and maintain business office

8 Code of Conduct Players and Parents are expected to sign a Code of Conduct Form. Forms turned into office by a team representative within 1 week after start of season. Coaches are responsible for players and parents conduct.

9 First Touch Program (FTP) The First Touch Program is designed to ensure young players (U5) receive quality training during their first year of soccer. Players receive instruction from licensed and professional trainers from Dynamos Select Soccer. Emphasis of First Touch Program is for the kids to have fun and develop as a player.

10 First Touch Program First Touch begins September 11, 2013 Wednesdays from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Program runs for 10 weeks, ends November 13 th Meet on Field 6 near Gazebo. Bring ball (No. 3), shin guards, and water!

11 First Touch Program Players divided into smaller play groups. Staff trainers work with multiple player groups. Uniform color for each group; meet with same group each week. Big game at end of season to allow young players to show off skills. Medals provided to all participants.

12 Future Stars Included in registration fee; available to all U6 – U8 players Each age group trains with Dynamo’s Select Trainers ◦ U8 Boys/Girls: Mondays 5:30 – 6:30 PM ◦ U7 Boys/Girls: Tuesdays 5:30 – 6:30 PM ◦ U6 Boys/Girls: Thursdays 5:30 – 6:30 PM U6 Boys/Girls teams may practice one (1) other evening; location/time determined by coach.

13 U6 Players 3 v 3 Format, No. 3 ball Smallest Fields and Goals Volunteer Coach Four (4) 8 minute periods; 2 minutes between periods, 5 minute half No “Designated” Goal Keeper All players are required to play 50% of each game.

14 U7 – U8 Players Training for U7/U8 Players ◦ Dynamos Select Soccer will provide professional training for each U7, U8 individual team. ◦ Head trainer determines curriculum; staff trainers train with individual teams. ◦ One staff trainer will be at each league game to assist both coaches/teams.

15 U7 – U8 Players Program includes three (3) weeks of group training. ◦ Staff trainers will be assigned to each team to assist with player/coach development. Group training with Dynamo’s Select Trainers for 1 st three weeks…. ◦ U8 Boys/Girls: Mondays 5:30 – 6:30 PM ◦ U7 Boys/Girls: Tuesdays 5:30 – 6:30 PM

16 U7 – U8 Players Team training with Dynamo’s Select Trainers 1 st 3 weeks… ◦ U8 Boys/Girls: Wednesdays 6:45 – 7:45 PM ◦ U7 Boys/Girls: Thursdays 6:45 – 7:45 PM Team training with Dynamo’s Select Trainers after 3 weeks… ◦ U8 Boys/Girls: Mondays 5:30 – 6:30 PM ◦ U7 Boys/Girls: Tuesdays 5:30 – 6:30 PM Teams may practice one (1) other evening; location/time determined by coach.

17 U7 – U8 Players Each team must have active volunteer coach. ◦ Staff trainer provides instruction during training and works in concert with coaches during games. Training staff will implement a US Soccer Curriculum which is age appropriate. Focus is player development rather than team development.

18 U7 – U8 Players 4 v 4 Format, No. 3 ball Smaller Fields and Goals Format provides for more touches per player Four (4) 10 minute periods; 2 minutes between periods, 5 minute half No “Designated” Goal Keeper All players are required to play 50% of each game.

19 U9 – U10 Players 6 v 6 Format, No. 4 ball Medium-sized Fields and Goals Two (2) 25 minute periods; 5 minute half- time Goal Keeper introduced, 5 field players Off side rule in place All players are required to play 50% of each game.

20 Academy Program Dynamo Select Soccer offers an Academy program for all U9 and U10 age players. The purpose of this program is to provide an advanced training program for those players that desire a more focused training approach. Full and Half Academy options for Cy-Fair Soccer Club players.

21 U9-U10 Scoring System 3 points for a win 1 point for a tie Zero points for loss No additional points for goals scored Games decided by a difference of 7 goals or more will result in zero points awarded to winning team!

22 Team Manager Each team is required to have a team manager. The team manager assists the coach/trainer with team communication. Register as team manager through “GotSoccer” system.

23 Rules of the Game TYSA Red Book available on Timberline website ◦ Go to or follow link on Cy-Fair Soccer website.www.timberlinesoccer.com ◦ Click on “Policy & Procedure” Tab on the left ◦ Click on TYSA Red Book. ◦ Provides procedural information as well as Laws of the Game for each age group.

24 Equipment Needs Players ◦ Ball, shin guards, proper shoes, weather appropriate clothing for training, water bottle. Coaches ◦ Cones, game ball provided by Cy-Fair Soccer. ◦ Optional: bibs/vests, air pump, first aid kit, ice and bags, extra water, portable goals.

25 Important Dates (Div. 4) Start of Season: September 21, 2013 Future Stars Training begins week of September 9, 2013 First Touch: September 11, 2013 Picture Day: October 19, 2013 End of Season Tournament: November 16 and 17, 2013

26 Important Dates (Div. 2 and 3) Start of Season: September 21, 2013 Coaches Meeting: September 11, location Hilton Garden Inn, 7:00 PM. ◦ Hilton Garden 1nn – Northwest ◦ 7979 Willow Chase Blvd ◦ Houston, TX ◦ STYSA Eastern District Championship: December 7 and 8, 2013 Picture Day: October 19, 2013

27 Important Websites Cy-Fair Soccer Club: ◦ Timberline Youth Soccer Association ◦ South Texas Youth Soccer Association ◦ United States Youth Soccer Association ◦

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