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The New Fields!

Phase 1 complete! We have two brand new full-size soccer fields that will be ready to play on next Fall. Yippee!

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Northside Park and Soccer Fields' Grand Opening Raffle

Tickets are $5 each, or 5 for $20

Great Prizes!

1. Blue-Ribbon Fishing in Paradise, with Dining & Lodging in Historic Livingston
2. A Two Night Frosty Fun Package for two in Yellowstone Park
3. The Ultimate Picnic Basket

Enter the Raffle to Win One of These Great Prize Packages:

1. You and a guest can enjoy a [...]

Northside Park and Soccer Fields' Grand Opening Commemorative T-Shirt Art Contest

Calling All Artists!
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Northside Park and Soccer Fields Project Gains Support from Local Businesses

As the capital campaign to raise the $435,000 to $455,000 needed for Phase 2 of the Northside Park and Soccer Fields Project (NSPSF) continues, the Livingston Youth Soccer Association is grateful for the overwhelming support from local businesses.
Since receiving a very generous offer of a 1 to 1 matching grant of up to $100,000 from [...]

Northside Park Recieves Exciting News for 2011

As the New Year begins, the future of the Northside Park and Soccer Fields Project (NSPSF) is looking bright. At the end of December, NSPSF Campaign Chairperson Jeff Dickerson received two very exciting pieces of information that will help facilitate building Phase 2 of the NSPSF Project.

The first part of the great news is that [...]

Northside Park Chair Presented With a Check From State Farm Insurance Corporation

On Tuesday, November 3rd, representing the State Farm Insurance Corporation, Dean Hendrickson and Sarah Skofield, both State Farm Agents presented Jeff Dickerson, President of the Livingston Youth Soccer Association and Chairperson for the Northside Park and Soccer Fields Project with a check for $2000 as a contribution to Phase 2 of [...]

Northside Park Adds Finishing Touches to Phase 1 of the Project

Final touches to Phase 1 of the Northside Park and Soccer Fields Project are being completed this week. In addition to the 22 evergreen trees – Ponderosa Pine, Colorado Blue Spruce and Austrian Pine – that were planted this summer,  26 deciduous trees, including varieties such as Poplars, Red Maples, Burr Oaks, [...]

Park High Athletes Giving Back

For the past six weeks 25 Park High School soccer players have mentored 10-11 years old recreational league soccer players. The four week program, not only focuses on helping younger soccer players with their skills but also sharing with them how to prevent injuries, building endurance and what it takes to be a team player. [...]

Rock Pick

A huge note of thanks to the over 40 people who showed up Sunday afternoon at the new Northside Park and Soccer Fields Complex to pick up rocks on the field surface! We gathered quite an impressive pile and hopefully that plus a little time and grass growth will assure a nice smooth playing surface. [...]

Spring Competitive Soccer Registration

DEADLINE EXTENDED TWO WEEKS!

If you and/or your friends missed LYSA Competitive Soccer registration last week, don’t despair!

Competitive soccer registration numbers have been strong, but to make sure we get as many players registered as possible, registration has been extended until Friday, November 19th.

Because of season planning, we cannot accept registrations after the 19th.

Download the required [...]

Northside Park Celebrates Inaugural Event

On Wednesday, September 15th the Livingston Youth Soccer Association and Livingston’s Chamber of Commerce hosted an After-hours social at Northside Park and Soccer Fields. City Commissioner Steve Caldwell, former Commissioner and current State Representative Bob Ebinger, Livingston City Attorney Bruce Becker, former Commissioner Vicki Blakeman, and Livingston Public Works Director Clint Tinsley were present among [...]