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About KYSA

Kelowna Youth Soccer Association is one of the six member clubs of Central Okanagan Youth Soccer Association (COYSA).  KYSA provides house league programs for girls and boys 5 - 18 in the Glenmore/North Glenmore/Dilworth/Springfield/north end Kelowna and south end to KLO Road. The season starts in mid-April, goes to the end of June, takes the two summer months off, and resumes in September/early October.

Our U6 program (kindergarten age) players practice on Wednesdays, and play on Saturday mornings. All teams practice in the same location, and play each other in a round-robin schedule. U7 - U12 players are involved in the Mini-Soccer program, with field sizes, number of players, and game complexity increasing as they grow in size and knowledge of the game. Each team practices once a week (see practice schedule on our home page), and plays an interlocking schedule with Mission, Rutland, Westside and Lake Country Youth Soccer Associations on Saturdays. Scores and standings are not recorded at this level. The Mini-Soccer season concludes in early October with the Mini-Jamboree involving all teams in the COYSA area.  At U11 and U12, a tiered program is introduced, with each club forming a Division A team for more competitive players.  Tryouts for these teams are held in October of the previous season.  Other players will be assigned to tiered teams to ensure comparable standards of play.

Our Divisional program begins with U14 who play  full eleven a side soccer with two year groupings (U14, U16, and U18). Scores and standings are recorded, and teams are grouped into tiers to try to ensure competitive games. U18's play twice weekly, and their season concludes at the end of June. In all divisional levels, the season culminates with the top four teams in each tier in each age group advancing to the Kelowna Cup.

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