Girls State League

League Administrator
Patrick Hodgins
414.328.9972, ext 106

LATEST NEWS

Click here for the Fall 2018 League Application. Application deadline is July 8.

Season Information
Start Date: September 8
End Date: November 11
Blackout Dates: 4 per team (must be submitted at time of application)
Payment is only available online via Credit Card

WYSA State Championships are scheduled for October 13,14, 20 (Group Play), October 21 (Semi-finals), October 27 (Finals). No league games for the State League 15-19U will be scheduled on Oct 13, 14, 20, 21. SECL 15U-19U teams will have league games scheduled. SECL teams participating in State Championships can reschedule games down the road. Teams are not required to submit blackout dates for State Championship or President Cup (Oct 20, 21, 27).

The State League offers league play for Girls 12U-19U and Boys 12U-15U for the Fall Season
At 12U WYSA has PODS not Premier/First Division, teams will be grouped based on geography and play for Spring 2019 Premier and First Division placements
13U MRL Qualifier; teams will be selected based on Qualifications. Teams are playing for placement into the MRL for Spring 2019 (not all teams will be accepted). 
13U Premier, 13U First division will also be offered in Fall 2018
Please direct all questions regarding the State League to Patrick Hodgins: phodgins@wiyouthsoccer.com


2018 Spring Schedules

Teams participating in the State League are expected to travel as the league has teams in La Crosse, Madison, Green Bay, Metro Milwaukee, and Kenosha/Racine areas.


2018/2019 Tryout Policy Statewide
2018/2019 Tryout Policy SE Wisconsin

Changes to the WYSA tryout policy for the 2017-2018 program year (tryouts beginning in June 2017) 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.


Poaching Policy (Effective 08/01/16)
Poaching is considered a serious offense by Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) and any club or individual found to have committed a poaching violation as defined by the WYSA Poaching Policy shall be subject to a significant sanction. Responsible representatives may include parents of team members, team managers, coaches, club board members, directors of coaching and others perceived as an agent of the club.
WYSA Poaching Policy

Concussion Initiative (Effective 08/01/16)
WYSA has adopted US Soccer’s Concussion Initiative, effective immediately. Please review the complete policy for specifics related to youth players heading the ball. Also note, referees will enforce this initiative according to the age of the competition. It is the responsibility of coaches and club officials to address player heading for players who are playing up and would be affected by the policy restrictions.
US Soccer Concussion Initiative

Small Sided Games (Effective 08/01/16)
This Small Sided Games Chart is the FINAL chart (updated from 06/15/16) to be followed for all Small Sided Competitions in Wisconsin for the 2016/2017 Program Year. The only variance of the WYSA Chart from US Soccer’s Player Development Initiative (PDI) is the roster maximum; the roster maximum on the 2016/2017 Small Sided Games Standards Chart issued by WYSA is to be followed.

Field dimensions for U12 and under fields can be found in the PDI document.

Small Sided Games Chart
US Soccer PDI

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