PoliciesThe policies of the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) are established by the WYSA Board of Directors. These policies establish minimum guidelines to be followed by member clubs, districts and leagues throughout the State of Wisconsin. Questions regarding these policies should be forwarded to the District Representative, Club President and/or the State Office for discussion at the WYSA Board of Directors meetings.
WYSA Consolidated Policy Manual - January 2011
Referee Fees - State League and SECGL
There have been changes to the referee fees for the 2010-2011 playing season. Please print a copy for your records. Please direct questions to WYSA State League Administrator Pat Hodgins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or WYSA Vice President - Competitions Terry Donini (email@example.com).
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WYSA Age Exemption Policy
It is recognized that age divisions are a necessary component of youth soccer. They ensure that children are grouped based on their physical, emotional, and social development, affording each child the opportunity to thrive in the safest, least restrictive environment possible. However, there are also times when exceptions to a strict age deadline would advance these objectives. Age Exemption Policy and Procedures
22 Player Roster
The Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association and all recognized leagues within the Association shall recognize roster limits of up to 22 players on the official State roster for players at the U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18 and U19 age group levels. The addition of U13 and U14 is effective for the 2012-2013 playing season.
A State League or Classic League may elect to have up to four club pass players added to the League game day roster. The club pass is designated as an intraclub player arrangement and is not intended to be used as an interclub arrangement between two different clubs.
Club Pass Policy
Changes to the WYSA tryout policy for the 2013-2014 program year (tryouts beginning in June 2013) have been finalized. The tryout policy applies to all competitive teams (Classic, State League, and Regional League) statewide.
Each district has the authority to establish tryout dates for their geographic area. All other components of the policy are standard across the state. Dates for districts in Southeast Wisconsin (Milwaukee Kickers, Metro, Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha, Ozaukee, and Stateline) will be determined on an annual basis by district representatives under the direction of the WYSA Vice President of Competitions.
Below are the roster minimums and maximums as approved by the WYSA Board of Directors. (4 / 7 denotes single sided roster max / side by side roster max)
|U6||4 / 7||6 / 12|
|U7||5 / 7||8 / 12|
|U8||5 / 7||8 / 12|
|U9||7 / 9||12 / 18|
|U10||7 / 9||12 / 18|