If you have any questions, please get in contact with one of the people below.
President - Earl Kalles -email@example.com
Vp of Competition- Alan Muenchow- firstname.lastname@example.org
VP of Development - Don Winslow 463-7604- email@example.com
Registrar - Sue LeDoux - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tournament Director -Alan Muenchow- email@example.com
Secretary - Ni McMullin
Ref Assignor and Board Member - Beth Johnson- firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: SMYSC, P.O. Box 2273, Shelton, WA 98584
For Team Schedules:
Washington Youth Soccer District 7: http://www.d7soccer.com
Grays Harbor Foothills Youth Soccer Association: http://ghfysa.com
To help at the Soccer Park
The soccer park is a non profit organization run strictly by volunteers. Help is needed in the snack bar and with ground maintenance.
The Washington Youth Soccer Coaching Department has announced the first session in a series of Special Topics Coaching Seminars geared toward helping all levels of coaching within Washington Youth Soccer. The first session, titled “Do’s and Some Don’ts,” is geared toward the Under-5 to Under-12 recreational coach and will be held Wednesday, March 19th from 6:30-8 pm at the new Washington Youth Soccer office in Tukwila. The session will be presented by Washington Youth Soccer Coaching Directors Timo Liekoski and Shannon Murray, along with Section Head of the Virginia Mason Sports Medicine Department and Seattle Sounders FC Medical Director, Dr. Michael Morris. The seminar is free and open to anybody who would like to attend, however space is limited so register now.
Special Topics Coaching Seminar
What: Do's and Some Don'ts for U5 to U12 Recreational Coaches
When: Wednesday, March 19 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Where: Washington Youth Soccer Office
7100 Fort Dent Way, Suite 215
Tukwila, WA 98188
Register: Click Here
Upcoming Coaching Licensing Clinics
US Soccer “E” License: April 4, 5 and 6, Tumwater Cost: $150
US Soccer “D” License Instructional Phase, first weekend: April 25, 26 and 27, Tumwater Cost: $300
Code of Conduct
Parents/Guardians should understand that the main objective of our club is to provide an atmosphere of safe, recreational fun that includes positive examples for our children. The spirit of the game must always reflect good sportsmanship. Coaches, referees, and parents/guardians have a responsibility to promote this at practices/games.
-It is the duty of each player, coach, parent, and other persons in attendance at SMYSC activities to conduct themselves in a civil manner. Anyone who exhibits behavioral tendencies, which are detrimental to the enjoyment of the game for others, is subject to removal from the activity or suspension from SMYSC.
-All spectators will recognize the authority of the referees, coaches, and assistant coaches in maintaining the spirit of the game on the field of play prior to, during, and immediately following a game.
-Coaches will take proactive corrective action at any time when they observe any form of inappropriate behavior from any player, parent, spectator, or other party at any Club game or practice.