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Northshore Youth Soccer Association

NYSA provides a soccer association for youth residing in the Northshore School District and Maltby area.  The association aids in training and providing soccer skills and knowledge for approximately 5,000 players.

NYSA roots date back to October of 1974 when a dedicated group of volunteers started Northshore Junior Soccer Association.  In January of 1996 the name was officially changed to Northshore Youth Soccer Association.  NYSA is a non-profit Washington State organization that provides structure for youth soccer program in our area.  Our service area is generally defined as consisting of the geographical area covered by the Northshore School District and the Maltby area.  As a member of Washington Youth Soccer (WYS), NYSA is one of 50 youth soccer associations within the WYS system. NYSA, along with Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association (LWYSA), Eastside Youth Soccer Association (EYSA), and Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association (SnVYSA) is a member of D2.

NYSA is divided into 7 clubs with four clubs that are formed around the public elementary school boundaries and high school feeder patterns. These clubs are: Bothell, Inglemoor, North Creek, and Woodinville.  Teams in these clubs play 3-a-side at U6 and progress to 9-a-side at U12. The United Club is made of up recreational teams from U13 thru U19.

Northshore Select Club (NSC) provides soccer programs to players U10 to U19 who are seeking a more competitive environment than Recreational soccer with less of a time commitment and lower cost than Premier soccer. NSC operates with licensed volunteer coaches and teams participate in the NPSL (North Puget Sound League).

Greater Seattle Surf is the sole premier soccer club chartered by Washington Youth Soccer to represent the South Snohomish County and Northshore Youth Soccer associations at the highest level of club play in Washington, the RCL (Regional Club League). This is the most advanced program within NYSA.  Greater Seattle Surf provides high-level professional coaching for players U9 to U19.

Association Goals
The goals of NYSA are to:
• Provide a safe soccer environment for youth, which shapes a lifelong love of and participation in soccer.
• Support and strengthen the community by opening up to all participants, regardless of their ability to pay. 
• Provide training for volunteers coaches to create a positive environment and to be role models for youth participants.
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Safe Sport_

New Law Brings New Responsibility to Youth Coaches

Following the recent USA Gymnastics scandal with Dr. Larry Nassar, Congress enacted a new federal law intended to require coaches to report any suspicion of child abuse, including sexual abuse.  The new law, known as the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017, became effective February 14, 2018. 

According to the U.S. Center for Safe Sport, the Act “extends the duty to report suspected child abuse, including sexual abuse, within 24 hours to certain adults who are authorized to interact with minor or amateur athletes at a facility under the jurisdiction of a national governing body".  This law applies to all NYSA head coaches, assistant coaches, team managers, medical personel, board members, and staff.  Any individual who is required, but fails, to report suspected child abuse will now be subject to criminal penalties.

Additionally, the bill amends the federal criminal code to revise civil remedy provisions. Among other things, it changes the civil statute of limitation to 10 years from the date the victim discovers the violation or injury (currently 10 years from the date the cause of action arose). The bill also extends the statute of limitations for a minor victim of a federal sex offense to file a civil action to 10 years (currently 3 years) from the date such individual reaches age 18.


To help our coaches NYSA has put together several documents to ensure full complaince by all mandated reporteres.  These resources include:


NYSA was one of the first associations in Washington Youth Soccer to require that all mandated reporters attend a child abuse prevention in person training and complete the online Safe Sport training.  The online training can be accessed and completed by doing the following:

  1. Visit
  2. Create an individual log in
  3. Select "U.S. Soccer" as your affilted organization
  4. Enter Access Code: YC3E-6P5G-YYIL-CS2M
  5. Complete all three online modules.


 If you suspect abuse of a youth athlete, here are the orgainzations you will need to make an official report to: is the designated independent national safe sport organization. The organization offers a variety of tips and resources on how to report a potential violation. Visit to make an offical report.

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services has offices within local communities that are responisble for receiving and investigating reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.  Reports are received by Child Protective Services (CPS) in each community office and assesed to determine whether the report meets the legal definition of abuse or neglect and how dangerous the situation is.

If you believe the child is in immenent danger call 9-1-1.

NYSA via the NYSA Confidential Child Abuse Reporting Form.

Northshore Youth Soccer Association

12810 NE 178th St, Suite 202
Woodinville, Washington 98072
Phone : 425-486-5106
Email : [email protected]
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