Welcome to the 29th season of the Northern Arizona Youth Soccer League!
Although this year's World Cup is over, the memories live on. Over 1 billion (with a 'B') accessed the World Cup through television, the Internet, or social media during the summer.
NAYSL is striving to keep pace with the popularity of the sport, but it hasn't been easy. Many of our board members have been involved for several years as our own children have grown up in the league. Many will be aging out or moving off to college within the next two seasons
It's time for others to step up.
We have had a very difficult time of it this off-season, trying to cobble together what the league needs to operate-particularly sponsors and coaches. It has come together-it always does, but not without far too many upset parents, disappointed players, and hurt feelings.
If you would like to be a part of the future of the league in any capacity, whether as a board member, or just someone who works behind the scenes, let us know. There's plenty of volunteer work to go around.
The Kingman Soccer Club will have 3 teams this season-U-10 and U-12 boys, as well as a U-11 girls team. The club has enjoyed quite a bit of success at tournaments the past couple of years, and we look for that to continue.
The U-19 division will again accommodate 14- to 18-year-olds. Players in that high school age division will have some weeknight games in order complete their season prior to November 3rd to avoid conflicts with scholastic winter sports.
We will continue to give teams in the U-8 division the option to play the first 3 games with a coach on the defensive side of the field during the first half. These games will not count in the standings toward post-season play.
Due to reduced registrations in the U-10 division, we have reduced to 10 teams, so the first game of the season will be an "exhibition" game and not count in the season standings. U-10 is also returning to softball Field 5; U-8 will be back on Field 6, and U-6 will return to Field 7.
The Codes of Conduct are in the yearbook once again to remind everyone what is expected while playing, coaching, or watching. Please share this information with your guests, so we can continue to offer a safe and tobacco- and alcohol-free experience for players.
Take a few moments to thank your board members, volunteers, coaches, sponsors, and referees for their hard work and dedication. Without them, we would not be the largest youth sports league in the community. Enjoy the 2014 season, and remember, it's
Soccer ... Just Roll With It!
The website: http://www.nayslkingman.webs.com/ will continue to provide information about the league, including game schedules and standings.
|2015 (Tentative) Registration Information|
May 9th* - 9 am to 1 pm Big 5 Sporting Goods $45
June KRMC Kid's Day $45
June 13th - 9 am to 1 pm Walmart (South entrance) $50
June 27th - 9 am to 1 pm Walmart (South entrance) $50
July 11th - 9 am to 1 pm Walmart (South entrance) $50
July 25th - 9 am to 1 pm Walmart (South entrance) $50
ALL players MUST have a state issued birth certificate at the time of registration. Copies may be made at registration.
See Registration Flyers sent home from school with your child
accepted through the mail (not email)
Late Registration Fee is $65.00
The $65.00 fee and a copy of the player's state issued birth certificate must be sent with Registration Forms and Parent Code of Conduct
You may obtain a registration packet at the Parks and Recreation office beginning on June 14th, 2013. These forms must be mailed to the league’s post office box with all required items. Registrations will not be accepted at the fields. See Player Registration and Calendar Links for more information
The following items are required in order for a player to be registered and placed on a team:
If you have any questions, please leave a message for the Registrar on the NAYSL voice mail: 757-7056.
See you on the soccer fields!