Current Session Info

Spring Soccer 2015

Registration is closed

Getting Help

If you need help with the registration process, click here to submit a request, or contact:

For assistance with Registration,
contact Joel Andersen

For more information, visit the Lane Youth Soccer Association website at http://laneyouthsoccer.org

Welcome

Welcome to Lane Youth Soccer Association's registration site!

To register, click on the bar above and create a new parent account, then follow the easy steps to register your player(s) under one convenient family account.  Please register both parents and/or guardians so we ensure that everyone receives all league communications.

If you are registering additional players or for a new season, you can log-in to your existing account with no need to create a new account.  If you have forgotten your log-in or password, email Joel at coach@LaneYouthSoccer.org and he will reset your password.

 

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Safe Fair Fun – It's more than a slogan!

LYSA strives to create a soccer experience that applauds all players as stars.  We require the best behavior of everyone involved with LYSA including all adults and players.  From parents to coaches to referees to our youngest players, we want everyone to have a Safe, Fair and Fun experience.

SAFE – While there is risk in all sports, LYSA believes that you should not have to worry about outside influences making the sport more hazardous than it is naturally.  ALL LYSA coaches, officials, team managers, and any volunteer who has direct contact with your child is required to complete a thorough back-ground check and receive training within their respective position.

FAIR – To insure that games are played in a fair manner, games are officiated by referees trained and certified with a USSF approved program.  Teams are balanced for skill and games are played with a no slaughter rule.

FUN – If your child isn't having fun, they will not come back next week let alone next season.  All coaches are trained every season to create a fun, inviting environment on the field.  If your players are having fun, their ability to learn opens up and wonderful things begin to happen.