The Mission Youth Soccer League (MYSL) promotes a year round soccer program for youths ranging in ages from 4 to 19. The mission statement of MYSL is to provide a year‐round soccer experience. Teams registering with the MYSL are expected to participate and play in the soccer program throughout the seasonal year, which runs from the beginning of August to the end of June of the following
year. MYSL is part of the California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA) and supports only CYSA sanctioned leagues.
If you will be submitting your original paperwork to MYSL for the 2012 – 2013
soccer season, then your Home league is the Mission Youth Soccer League. All
roster changes for any player or adult movement will be handled by MYSL.
Please note: THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS FOR TEAMS OR PLAYERS THAT DO NOT
HONOR THIS 1 YEAR COMMITMENT. We ask that you do not ask for one.
New this Season for registration:
SAN FRANCISCO RECREATION & PARK Policy, states that all players must
provide proof of residence. Proof of residence shall consist of: current
letter from the public school in San Francisco addressed to the child, current utility
bill, such as, PG&E or AT&T landline, which shows the name and address
written on the form#1601
PLAYER REGISTRATION CHECKLIST
Submit the following items to your coach:
Complete paperwork includes the following for each player:
Check payable to MYSL – Please refer to your coach for appropriate fee. In the memo section the player’s name, team name and team number must be provided.
Two (2) recent photos - We need to see above the hair and below the chin, and the player must be facing forward, preferably against a white background. You can email them or provide physical pictures. If you provide physical pictures, write the player's name, team number and team name on the back of the photos. Maximum photo size: 1" wide by 1.25" tall (passport size). Photos can be emailed, but will only be received from the coach. Photos will need to be sent into a .jpeg file for uploading.
Two (2) completely filled out CYSA Membership Form #1601, both signed in ink. No scans or PDF's! We need original signatures. The League copy must be legible if using the original #1601 duplicate form. Please note the Form #1601 must be signed by parent or guardian or by the player if the player is 18 or older, and by both player and parent if the player will turn 18 during the season. [Click to Download]
Two (2) copies for Proof of Age - Proof of age shall consist of: a birth certificate, birth registration issued by an appropriate government agency, passport, a certificate issued by the Immigration and Naturalization Service attesting to age, or a certification of an American citizen born abroad issued by the appropriate government agency, a current driver’s license, or a current identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. (Hospital, baptism, or religious certificates will not be accepted).
Copy of Residence - new this Season - Proof of residence shall consist of: current letter from the public school in San Francisco addressed to the child, current utility bill, such as, PG&E or AT&T landline, which shows the name and address written on the form#1601
SF Viking's League Code of Conduct (only if playing in Viking's League, ask your team manage if you are not sure).
League Annual Fees
Teams with a Volunteer Coach
$200.00 per player for playing Leagues: SF Vikings, SFRP Futsal, PAL and MYSL Summer
Fees include Founder’s Cup early bird entry fee $150.00 per player for playing Leagues: SSF Fall, SFRP Futsal, SSF Spring and MYSL Summer Fees include Founder’s Cup early bird entry fee $150.00 per player for playing Leagues: CCSL Fall, SFRP Futsal, CCSL Spring and
MYSL Summer Fees include Association or Presidents Cup early bird entry fee. For teams that play in the Silver Elite, Gold or Premier divisions the fees cover State Cup early bird entry
fee. $100.00 per player for playing Leagues: Micro Fall, SFRP Futsal, Micro Fall and MYSL Summer
All above teams will be allotted an amount of up to $100.00 per team to be used
solely for the purpose of reimbursement of a coaching license course registration fee and will also get the basic equipment package. Any additional monetary costs will be at the coach’s discretion and can only be related to team expenses such as uniforms, referee fees, tournaments or additional equipment. At no time may a coach ask for payment to benefit himself. Teams with a Paid coach or belonging to Community Organizations
The following teams or organizations that currently fall under this category are: The
Jamestown Community Center, Good Samaritan Family Resource Center, SF United
SC, Aftershocks and Earthquakes, etc. $200.00 per player for playing Leagues: Vikings, SFRP Futsal, PAL and MYSL Summer $150.00 per player for playing Leagues: SSF FALL, SFRP Futsal, SSF SPRING, MYSL Summer $150.00 per player for playing Leagues: CCSL FALL, SFRP Futsal, CCSL SPRING and MYSL Summer $100.00 per player for playing Leagues: Micro FALL, SFRP Futsal, Micro FALL and MYSL Summer Player fees will also cover the CYSA Registration (player insurance)
Fields for practices and Home games
The following are restrictions that have been placed on field access by San Francisco
Recreation and Park Department (SFRP). These access policies have been negotiated by Mission Youth Soccer League (MYSL) with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (SFRP) over many years. The MYSL cannot provide exceptions to these policies.
Team ages u6‐u11 will get 1 practice day per week
Team ages u12‐u14 will get 2 practice days per week
Team ages u8‐u9 will get 1 practice day per week
Team ages u10‐u19 will get 2 practice days per week
Permits are given for the following Seasons; Fall, Spring and Summer, and only if
you are playing in any of these leagues: MYSL, CCSL, SSFUYSL, PAL or SF VikingsYSL.
Permits are given for the Winter season only if your team will be playing in any of
the CYSA Cups: State, Presidents, Association or Founders and will be valid for the
duration leading up to the Cup.
To receive a field permit for practice or home games from the San Francisco
Recreation and Park Department, Permits and Reservation Division, the rules state
there can be no more than 2 nonresidents players for team ages u6 – u14, and no
more than 4 nonresidents players for team ages u‐15 – u19, on any San Francisco
based travel teams. This applies for the entire season, not just for the initial
registration, which starts play in August. Meeting the residency requirement is
essential. SFRP will be increasing scrutiny on all teams and any team found to be
falsely registering players or exceeding the rule will be banned and will be required
to reform with a new coach and manager.
Olympic Development Program (ODP)
The Olympic Development Program is a national process for identifying and
developing the best youth soccer players. The main objective is to identify, evaluate
and train highly talented youth male and female soccer players. This is offered once
the player has reached the age of 11. For more information go to Programs at the
CYSA website www.cysanorthnorth.org or the CYSA District 1 website
Other Soccer Organizations:
US Club Soccer: www.usclubsoccer.org
NorCal Premier - will not be supported by the Mission Youth Soccer League for the 2012-2013 Soccer season. For further information you may contact Jose Guzman.