To provide the youth of Attleboro the opportunity to participate in recreational and competitive soccer leagues by teaching and demonstrating soccer skills, sportsmanship, honesty, respect, and fair play. To provide a safe environment where our youth not only can excel in their soccer skills but also learn the importance of physical fitness in their lives. To provide an atmosphere where the player’s emotional well-being will be nurtured as they learn the importance of teamwork, determination, persistence, and hard work. All members will work towards instilling in our youth the enjoyment and fun aspects of the beautiful game of soccer.
Attleboro Youth Soccer (AYS) is a volunteer PARENT organization, that currently has over 850 children playing this popular youth sport. The program continues to grow every year, so AYS needs many volunteers such as coaches, assistant coaches, board members, age group coordinators, field coordinators etc. .
- AYS is not affiliated or funded by the City of Attleboro. We need all the help we can get, so please check off an area on the registration form where you might be able to donate some of your time or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- AYS monthly board meetings are open to all parents and coaches. Our meetings are held the second Thursday of every month except July .
All BAYS game for Saturday October 25th have been moved from Poncin-Hewitt Fields. Here are the new fields:
U9 and U10 6v6 games have been moved to the Tilda B. Stone Fields ( Dodgeville) 6v6
U12 8v8 games have been moved to Wamsutta Middle School Field ( top of the hill behind the school)
U14 11v11 games have been moved to Bliss Field in Rehoboth, MA 300 Tremont St.
Date Amount Winner
10/12 $100 Victor Banks Attleboro
10/13 $ 75 Ed Dougherty Attleboro
10/14 $ 75 Alex Wieczoreck Charlotte NC
10/15 $ 75 Charlie Ross North Attleboro
10/16 $ 50 Gary Haigh Palmyra NY
10/17 $ 50 Sandra Law Attleboro
10/18 $ 50 Sherry Vose Attleboro
Top Seller and the winner of the Kindle Fire – Johnny Wieczoreck (122 calendars sold)
Runner Up and the winner of 4 NE Revolution 2015 tickets and signed soccer ball – Logan Gosselin (84 calendars sold)
2nd Runner Up and the winner of 4 NE Revolution 2015 tickets – Evan Slade (72 calendars sold)
Top Team Selling 162 calendars and winner of the pizza party is the U8 Boys – Team Mexico coached by Victor Banks
Thank you all once again to in helping our wonderful organization this year. Many of the new nets this year were purchased from last years funds.
As one of the many items these funds are used for to defer costs to be paid for each of our players.
As part of the Eagle Scout of young Mr. Beagan project at Tilda B. Stone the storage tank has been repainted among other projects this weekend. During our opening weekends Brian and other Scouts will be selling water and candy at both Poncin-Hewitt and Tilda B. Stone Field ( Dodgeville) to raise funds to help Brian defray the cost of these projects to make our fields the best in area!!!! If you like to donate through his GO FUND ME account please Click Here. To complete the entire project he needs to raise $1,300. Thank-you