US Youth Soccer

South Texas Youth Soccer Association Account Access and On-line Registration

Player and Coach registration should be done through your club registration link which should be available from each club website.  If you do not find a link for registration on their site, please contact your club for the information.  Once your member account has been created with a STYSA club you may access it by entering your username and password above. You can then add new family members, update information such as address, telephone number, e-mail address, and emergency contact information, check the status of your team's entry into a competition or view the schedule for your team when posted.

You can access your member profile 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you have any technical problems, please call 1-800-874-0771 for assistance.

General user questions regarding player placement, games, schedules, rainouts, etc should be directed to your club or the gaming league.
 


  




 

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Definitions of the Levels of Play
(scroll down for more play levels)

 

 Division I - Competitive
 Players age 10-18         
   Highest level of play in the state.
    Available for U11 and older teams.
    Tryouts are held to identify players on the basis of talent and ability.
    Teams qualify for the competition based on performance in the previous season or by their performance in the District Qualification Tournament held during the summer.
    Teams play a district-wide schedule which requires extensive travel and commitment.
    There is no play time requirement for players on a Division I team.
    Limitations are placed on the number of 9-year old or younger players allowed to play up to a higher age / level of play.

 Super II - Competitive
 Players age 10-18      
    Second highest level of play in the state.
    Available for U11 and older teams
    Tryouts are held to identify players on the basis of talent and ability.  
    Teams qualify for the competition based on performance in the previous season or by their performance in the District Qualification Tournament held during the summer.
    Teams play in a district-wide schedule which may require extensive travel and commitment.
    Coaches must make every effort to play every player on the team at least one-half of the game unless unable to do so due to a player's illness or for disciplinary reasons.  In such cases, the coach must inform the referee and opposing coach that a player will not be participating.
    Limitations are placed on the number of 9-year old or younger players allowed to play up to a higher age / level of play.

 Division II - Competitive   
 Players age 10-18              
    Introductory level of competitive play.
    Available for U11 and older teams.
    Tryouts are held to identify players on the basis of talent and ability.
    Teams are generally scheduled with other Division II teams within their club or two or three clubs from the area limiting the amount of travel required.
    Coaches must make every effort to play every player on the team at least one-half of the game unless unable to do so due to a player's illness or for disciplinary reasons.  In such cases, the coach must inform the referee and opposing coach that a player will not be participating.
    Limitations are placed on the number of 9-year old or younger players allowed to play up to a higher age / level of play.

 Division III - Recreational   
 Players age 10-18              
    Includes U11 and older teams only
    No selection / tryout process is permitted - skill evaluations may be held in order to form teams in a fair and balanced method.
    All players who register are assigned to a team as long as space is available on team rosters.
    Players benefit from the opportunity for social interaction with other players their own age and the physical fitness aspects of the game while also developing better soccer skills.
    Coaches must make every effort to play every player on the team at least one-half of the game unless unable to do so due to a player's illness or for disciplinary reasons.  In such cases, the coach must inform the referee and opposing coach that a player will not be participating.    
    Limitations are placed on the number of 9-year old or younger players allowed to play up to a higher age / level of play.

 Division IV - Recreational  
 Players age 4-9                  
    Includes players age 9 and younger
    No selection / tryout process is permitted - skill evalutions may be held in order to form teams in a fair and balanced method.
    The goal is to teach young players the basic techniques and skills in an environment that emphasizes fun and builds self-esteem.
    Games utilize the "small-sided" format that promotes more player involvement and touches on the ball.
    Coaches must make every effort to play every player on the team at least one-half of the game unless unable to do so due to a player's illness or for disciplinary reasons.  In such cases, the coach must inform the referee and opposing coach that a player will not be participating.
    Limitations are placed on the number of 9-year old or younger players allowed to play up to a higher age / level of play.  
    Skills training may be made available to Division IV players or teams through a club sponsored Skills Training Program.
    U9 and U10 players / teams may participate in club sponsored Recreational Academy programs.
    Division IV teams not participating in the Recreational Academy Program are prohibited from receiving team training from a paid professional (with exception of Club sponsored Skills Training).






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