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 email@example.com
- AYS monthly board meetings are open to all parents and coaches. Our meetings are held the second Thursday of every month except July .
Come on out and meet some of your AYS board members and save a little money on your soccer equipment needs. AYS has received special coupons valid tomorrow, Saturday, August 29th. Just bring THIS COUPON: (http://tinyurl.com/pbt8xlj) to Dick’s anytime tomorrow and receive 20% off your entire purchase, it is not limited to soccer equipment. Members of the AYS board will be on hand to meet you and answer any questions you may have from 10-2.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has generously donated 30 sets of equipment for our coaches that include practice balls, pennies, cones and other equipment.
So come on out, meet the board and save a little money. Hope to see you out there tomorrow.
Congratulations to Attleboro’s own Michael Russo for earning a place in the U.S. Youth Soccer Region 1 Olympic Development Program pool. The Region 1 pool consists of the top 70 boys in his age group from the 13 states in Region 1 (Maine to Virginia). Michael will now be competing for a spot in the U.S. Soccer U14 National Team pool this summer. Michael was one of 6 boys from Massachusetts to earn a place in this pool.
We would also like to congratulate all the other Massachusetts players selected this year. To see the list of players selected this year please use the following link.
Wondering what ODP teams are and how to tryout for the next season? Please click on the following link.
Thank you to all those families that have already ordered we are currently at 95% of uniforms purchased for the fall season.
Haven’t ordered yet? Please note you will need to expedite you shipping via FedEx and have the order in no later than Sunday August 23rd to ensure arrival prior to the start of the season on September 12th.
Three ways to access:
1. E-mail from soccer.com
2. The Soccer.com link on Attleborosoccer.com, then select your team in the upper left hand corner and select your last name
3. Call 1-800-950-1994 and tell them the town, team and last name and they will walk you through the order process.
Order issues: We are aware of some orders that after receiving you realize is the wrong size. If you have ordered the wrong size mistakenly, please contact Chris Macia at firstname.lastname@example.org. AYS will be happy to issue you refund, so you can purchase the proper size. We apologize for the inconvenience.
From the Bays website:
BAYS expects all of its members to practice good sportsmanship, we believe examples of outstanding sportsmanship should be recognized and rewarded.
For the second year a Sportsmanship Award will be presented to those teams that have been nominated and selected by the sportsmanship award committee to receive the award. Teams that earn the award will receive special T shirts and a team picture will be posted here in recognition of this honor.
Nominations were received from referees and opposing coaches this season and there were a number of teams that exhibited examples of outstanding sportsmanship.
After considering all of the submissions, and having investigated the comments received, the committee has selected two teams to receive the 2015 BAYS Sportsmanship Award. The two teams are: The Natick girls’ U-18 team, coached by Tracy Coffman, and The Attleboro Thunder boys’ U-18 team, coached by Adam Sims.
It should be noted that both teams were recognized for demonstrating outstanding sportsmanship throughout the season and that both coaches were recognized for emphasizing sportsmanship during their previous coaching seasons as well.
Since the tone is set at the top, Tracy and Adam are to be congratulated for setting the proper example for their parents and players every season. They are a credit to their respective town organizations as well as to BAYS in general.
Congratulations to the Attleboro U-18 boys Team for winnning the sportsmanship award.