Southeast Classic League
Southeast Classic League Schedule
The league application for the Spring 2020 WYSA Southeast Classic League is now available!
Click here to apply for Spring 2020 Southeast Classic League
Spring 2020 Information
- League applications must be submitted by January 13, 2020
- Blackout dates (4 dates) are due at the time of application
- All returning Fall 2019 teams must resubmit applications
- Returning Fall 2019 teams are not required to submit payment; a code will be sent to all listed 2019 managers
- The league season will run April 18–June 21
- Teams must use blackout dates to avoid being scheduled games on specific weekends
- No league games will be scheduled during Memorial Day Weekend (May 23–25)
- Teams playing in President Cup, State Championships will be responsible for rescheduling conflicts
- 11U–15U teams $400
- 16U-19U teams $275
Southeast Classic League Info
- Classic league play is for clubs in and around Metro Milwaukee
- Divisions are based on team ability with multiple brackets at some age groups, age groups and divisions will be combined as needed
- Number of games is based on the number of teams in division (7-10 games likely)
- Teams are responsible for paying half of the referee fees for each match
- Travel distance is not considered nor is the home/away from Fall season, meaning if you travel in Fall you very well might travel again in Spring
Please direct all questions regarding SECL to Greg Rosenthal: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Tryout Policy Statewide
2020 Tryout Policy SE WI
Changes to the WYSA tryout policy for the 2020-2021 program year (tryouts beginning in June 2020) 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
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