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Welcome to the Berlin Youth Soccer Association (BYSA) website

Berlin, Massachusetts Youth Soccer

Berlin's Soccer Association offers Fall and Spring soccer opportunities:

  • PreK and Kindergarten co-ed program on Saturdays that includes an introduction to soccer through fun practice and small-sided games. 
  • Grades 1 and 2 Co-ed program is comprised of practice 1 day a week, and a game on Saturday.  Berlin partners with Boylston and Clinton. Home games are hosted at Berlin Memorial School while away games are in one of those towns.
  • Grade 3 and above split into Boys team(s) and Girls team(s).  At this level, our teams are part of the Nashoba Valley Youth Soccer League (NVYSL).  We must follow the strict guidelines associated with the league, including the early registration of teams and players.  At this level, they practice twice a week and Away games could be in any town within the league.
  •  Registration Timeframes are based on Nashoba Valley Youth Soccer League's schedule.
  • Fall Soccer Registration is usually done in June, with a deadline in July.
  • Spring Soccer Registration is usually done in December, with a deadline in January.
  • We are an organization run by Volunteers, from administration to coaches.  We welcome you to join us in our soccer program for our children of Berlin.  You can volunteer during the registration process for your child or you can contact the president anytime.  Please see the ABOUT US page for information
  • The Berlin Youth Soccer Association provides opportunities to play soccer for all children living in Berlin, attending school in Berlin, or who have at least one parent residing in Berlin.

 

Goals for Berlin Youth Soccer Participants

  • Have Fun
  • Learn to play soccer
  • Social interaction with friends
  • Teamwork and Sportsmanship
  • Healthy physical activity
  • Increased self-confidence
  • Open participation by all

Out Philosophy 

ALL training for young players should be done WITH the ball to produce soccer players that have superior touch and technique. Any fitness that is needed occurs from playing and "soccer ball touch" aerobics, drills and games need to be done at full speed.  Coaches incorporate the "ball" in all aspects of training, so each player is exposed to hundreds of ball touches at each training session.

Field Status, Berlin Games

  • Berlin Memorial School

    Updated: 04/08/19 9:58AM
  • Away Game Status @ www.nvysl.org/fields.php

    Updated: 04/10/19 10:58AM

Home Field

Berlin Youth Soccer

PRACTICES AND GAMES: 34 South St 
Berlin, Massachusetts 01503

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