We played two games this Saturday and both went very well. The first game against Stevensville was a good matchup, with each team placing shots on the goal throughout the first half. We tried a new formation to give the kids a different perspective of the game … but it didn’t last long. I quickly [...]
Hey folks. The time has come to register for fall recreational soccer. Kids aged 5 to 15 (age on August 1, 2010) are welcome to register. Any 15 year olds that play on the high school team are not eligible. If you register now, and make the high school team later, we’ll refund your money.
Games: This past weekend was spent in blustery conditions in Billings at the Magic City tournament in the U-17 Gold division. The team had a good tournament – playing to a 0-0 tie against a Canadian team, Swift Current United, before dispatching the Rushmore Soccer Club of South Dakota by a scope of 2-1. We [...]
Games: This weekend our U14 co-ed players competed in the Magic City tournament. On Saturday (and what a blustery Saturday it was), our team played against two Wyoming opponents. In the first half of the first game our offense generated numerous attacks on goal: many of which were a brilliant string of passes up, down [...]
Games: We played our first games a week ago. It was a new experience for most of us. The Academy format is very different from traditional game days. I’m very excited about the Academy. The emphasis is on individual improvement, not scoring points and winning. Every player on our team did a good job mixing [...]
Revised information about the current status of the park and soccer fields project is now available. Follow this link for the updates and a conceptual view: Project Update
LYSA is making a very informative and fun booklet available which helps explain some of the finer points of the game of Soccer. It’s called “Laws of the Game Made Easy”.
It is a brief, entertaining and easy to understand review of the Laws of the Game. It is aimed at players, referees, coaches, parents, [...]