2017 Outdoor Soccer Registration
Outdoor soccer registration is over except for the occasional late registration where there is space. To see if there is space please email the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org. For any other inquiries, including refunds please email the same locaion.
Note that CYSA offers programs in recreational soccer. For the more demanding and time consuming development and premier soccer levels see www.stcharles-soccer.com for more information.
Fees for the recreational program for 2017 are set as follows:
||U4 Mini Mixed
||U5 Mini Mixed
||U6 Mini Mixed
||U7 Mini Mixed
||U8 Mini Mixed
||U9 Boys or Girls
||U10 Boys or Girls
||U11 Boys or Girls
||U12 Boys or Girls
||U13 Boys or Girls
||U14 Boys or Girls
||U15 Boys or Girls
||U16 Boys or Girls
||U17 Boys or Girls
||U18 Boys or Girls
In order to register please proceed to our registration portal HERE
Nights and places of play
For ages 4 to 8 you have your choice of nights but ages 4,5 and 8 always play at Westgrove School and ages 6,7 at River West Park. All games are at 6:30. You can choose between Mondays and Wednesdays or alternately Tuesdays and Thursdays.
For ages 9 through 18 the nights of play are set city wide. Ages 9,11,13,15, and 17 play on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and sometimes on Sundays. Ages 10,12,14,16,and 18 play on Monday and Wednesday evenings and sometimes on Fridays. Ages 9 and up do not always play at the same place. For ages 9 through 12 the games are usually in Charleswood, St James and St Charles but sometimes if there are too few teams they combine with other districts. For ages 13 through 18 the games are played all across the city and outside, such as in West St Paul or Oakbank.
Note the following catchment information.
For ages 9 and up, WYSA regulates where your child can play. The place of residence of your child determines which community club catchment area the child is in, and that is where you register. In the case of CYSA, we handle soccer for the following community clubs:
i.e. south of the river and west of the west border of the Assiniboine Forest (extended down to the City Limits). If you live north of the Assiniboine River in the St Charles district, register with your local community club, even if you have played on a Charleswood team in the past. For Elie area, register with Tracy Carriere in Elie (phone 204-353-2972 or email@example.com).
Historically, we have registered Headingley in our district and Headingley is part of our bylaws, but the Manitoba Soccer Association is altering how they handle registrations outside of the City of Winnipeg. For Headingley/Cartier residents who wish to register with CYSA, please go to the Manitoba Soccer Association website at manitobasoccer.ca, go to About -> Policies -> Administration and fill out the Out of Region Transfer Request form in order to request playing inside Winnipeg. There is a $20 fee for this transfer request. You can register with us so that your registration gets into us in time for team formation, but you still need permission from the MSA. Note that the above only applies for ages 9 through 18 - for mini-soccer there are no restrictions.
Kidsport, Jumpstart subsidies
There are several programs which subsidize enrollment in soccer for those with difficulty financing these programs. The primary one of these is the Kidsport program at www.kidsportcanada.ca. If you wish to apply for this, we will have forms available at in-person registration (not on-line). However, please note that if your application is not accepted (there is a means test) you will be responsible for paying the full registration amount. There is also a program called Jumpstart, run by Canadian Tire.
About the CYSA:
The Charleswood Youth Soccer Association has been in place to serve the residents of Charleswood since it was established in 1969.
We are a non-profit, totally volunteer run organization which provides recreational soccer year-round. We have over 800 players in our summer recreational leagues.
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Created by: CYSA - Webmaster -- Last updated:May 06, 2017