Billerica Youth Soccer Association

Billerica P.O. Box 223 Billerica, MA 01821, 555-555-5555
Sport: Soccer
Official: Ref
Number Of Active Adults: 1619
Number Of Active Players: 1951
Player Ages: 4 to 18
Cutoff Age Date: 8/1

Board Members





Spring SoccerRuns 4/9 through 6/30Registration open 10/1 through 3/120 Leagues
Spring ClinicsRuns 4/27 through 6/12Registration open 4/4 through 4/299 Leagues
Fall SoccerRuns 9/10 through 11/19Registration open 5/1 through 8/818 Leagues


LeagueTeamsAgesMin PlayersMax Players
Not Playing requested refund11-2050100
U04 Coed Intown122-33064
U05 Coed Intown124-450126
U06 Coed Intown165-550144
U08 Boys Intown126-750100
U08 Girls Intown86-750100
U10 Boys Travel68-9812
U10 Girls Travel48-950100
U11 Boys Intown68-1050100
U11 Girls Intown68-1050100
U12 Boys Travel510-1150100
U12 Girls Travel510-1150100
U14 COED Intown411-1350100
U14 Boys Travel412-1350100
U14 Girls Travel512-1350100
U16 Boys Travel114-1550100
U16 Girls Travel014-1550100
U17 Coed015-1750100
U18 Boys Travel116-1750100
U18 Girls Travel116-1750100
LeagueTeamsAgesMin PlayersMax Players
U6 Coed - Mondays124-6540
U6 Coed - Friday124-6540
U8 Boys - Mondays06-82040
U8 Girls - Mondays06-81020
U8 Boys - Wednesday06-82040
U8 Girls - Wednesdays06-81020
U8 Boys - Friday06-82020
U8 Girls - Friday06-81020
U10-U11-U12 Coed - Wednesday08-12540
LeagueTeamsAgesMin PlayersMax Players
Not Playing11-1820100
Coed Preschool82-45064
Coed Pre-Kindergarten123-55096
Coed Kindergarten124-650128
Boys Grade 1-2125-750200
Girls Grade 1-285-750100
U10 Boys Travel68-950100
U10 Girls Travel48-950100
Girls Intown Grade 3,4,568-1140200
Boys Intown Grade 3,4,568-1140200
U12 Boys Travel510-1150100
U12 Girls Travel610-1150100
Girls Intown Grade 5-6010-1250100
Coed Intown Grade 6,7,8211-1430200
Boys Intown Grade 6,7,8011-1450100
U14 Boys Travel312-1350100
U14 Girls Travel412-1350100
Coed Intown Grade 7-8112-1450100

League Management

Girls Intown Grade 3,4,5AgeGroup Coordinator James McDermott

Registration Waiver Text

I, the parent/guardian of the registrant, a minor, agree that I and the registrant will abide by the rules of the USYSA, its affiliated organizations and sponsors. Recognizing the possibility of physical injury associated with soccer and in consideration for the USYSA accepting the registrant for its soccer programs and activities (the "Programs"), I hereby release, discharge and/or otherwise indemnify the USYSA, its affiliated organizations and sponsors, their employees and associated personnel, including the owners of fields and facilities utilized for the Programs, against any claim by or on the behalf of the registrant as a result of the registrants participation in the Programs and/or being transported to or from the same, which transportation I hereby authorize. Consent for Medical Treatment (Minor) As parent or legal guardian of the Minor player, I hereby give my consent for emergancy medical care prescribed by a duly licensed Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Dentistry. This care may be given under whatever conditions are necessary to preserve life, limb, or well-being of my dependent. PLEASE NOTE OUR REFUND POLICY: Any requests for refunds before the season starts will be subject to a $15.00 fee, which covers unrefundable state and regional affiliation fees including insurance and registration processing charges. Refunds will not be granted once the season starts. REFUNDS ARE NOT DONE THROUGH YOUR CREDIT CARD OR BY CREDITING THE CREDIT CARD PAYMENT. BYSA WILL PROVIDE A CHECK IF A REFUND IS NECESSARY. THE AIM OF BILLERICA YOUTH SOCCER IS TO ENCOURAGE AND ENGAGE IN ATHLETIC RECREATIONAL SOCCER GAMES THAT FOSTER AND PROMOTE THE QUALITIES OF PHYSICAL FITNESS, COMPETATIVE AND SPIRITED TEAM PLAY AND GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP BY PROVIDING SOCCER INSTRUCTION TO ITS MEMBER FAMILIES AND BY MAKING AVAILABLE TO THEM OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN TEAM COMPETITION BOTH ON AN INTRAMURAL AND COMPETATIVE BASIS AGAINST TEAMS FROM OTHER COMMUNITIES. OUR PROGRAM DEPENDS UPON VOLUNTEERS FROM OUR MEMBER FAMILIES AND OTHER LOCAL PERSONS RECOGNIZED AS KNOWLEDGABLE IN THE RULES AND GUIDELINES OF THE GAME OF SOCCER IN ORDER TO PROVIDE A REWARDING AND FULFILLING EXPERIENCE TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS IN OUR PROGRAM. PROVIDING A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE FOR ALL OF OUR MEMBERS OUR HOPE IS TO FURTHER THE INTEREST IN SOCCER TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS IN OUR PROGRAM AND PROMOTE PERSONAL GROWTH THROUGH TEAM PLAY AND GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MODELED BY THE COACHES, PLAYERS, FAMILIES AND DIRECTORS OF BILLERICA YOUTH SOCCER. A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY TOWARDS VIOLATIONS OF THIS INTENT IS EXPECTED AT EVERY FUNCTION THAT IS SPONSORED BY BILLERICA YOUTH SOCCER. To clarify expectations of conduct, we jointly expect all coaches, players, and member families to conform to this Code of Conduct: Before, during and after the game, be an example of dignity, patience and positive spirit. Before a game, coaches introduce yourself to the opposing coaches and players. During the game, coaches are responsible for the sportsmanship of your players. During the game, coaches are responsible for the conduct of the parents of your players. Family members are expected to respect supporters of an opposing team. Do not allow them to engage in any conversation that is derogatory or insulting. Applaud and cheer for good plays by either team. Yelling at opposing players and the referee by member families or BYSA supporters will not be tolerated at any time Coaches, if you have an issue with the referee discuss it with him/her calmly and patiently after the game. Yelling at a referee will not be tolerated at any time. The referee is correct 100% of the time. If you have a major complaint, or if you think the referee was unfair, biased, unfit or incompetent, report your opinion to your League. Your reactions will be taken seriously if they are presented objectively and formally. After the game, thank the referee and ask your players to do the same. Member families are encouraged to congratulate both teams on a game well played. Coaches, players and member families who dont follow the expectations described above will be disciplined or removed from the field of play as deemed appropriate by a BYSA board member or by consensus of the BYSA board upon review of the incident.