Calling all coaches; the 2016 coach clinic schedule is set. All recreation coaches are required to attend one of the SMYS coach clinics to be held on the dates listed below. These clinics are in addition to the required F license which is held on-line through the CalSouth and US Youth Soccer websites.
SMYS clinics will cover league specific game formats, practice fields, coach expectations, and training objectives.
Divisions 2009 - 2012 (u08 - u05):
Divisions 1998 - 2008 (u19-u09):
Classroom and field sessions will be presented. Please confirm your attendance by emailing Michael Snow. Indicate which session you plan on attending.
As always, thank you for coaching the kids!
Mark your calendars - August 6th is the next date for new referee training!
Becoming an SMYS volunteer referee is a great opportunity to be a part of your child’s soccer experience while learning more about the rules of soccer. Referees make the game fun and safe for the kids!
It’s also a great opportunity for high school students to earn their required volunteer hours which they can also use on their college applications.
Please join us on Saturday for our 2016 Fall Referee Training Class. In addition to gaining more knowledge of the game, there are many appreciation incentives that referees earn for completing a certain amount of games throughout the season. The 7-hour class will be held from 9:00-5:00 at the San Marcos Civic Center in the Dining Room. Lunch will be provided (Yum!)
To confirm your attendance (or to learn more about the training), please email Randy Smith with your name and phone number. Please indicate if you are an adult or a player (youth referees must be 12 years or older).
Thank you for your support of the league and the kids; we hope you will consider this great opportunity,
Director of Referees, SMYS
2016 FALL SEASON
Registration for our 2016 Fall Recreation Season is now open to boys and girls ages 4 - 18 1/2 (as of December 31, 2016)
The season begins August 20th with practices starting the first week of August. Practices will be held at local San Marcos parks and schools weekday afternoons with games on Saturdays at Walnut Grove Park.
• $95 for players born in 2011 & 2012 (4 & 5 year olds)
• $115 for players born after July 31, 1997 through 2010 (6 years and older)
• 10-Game Season
• Uniforms (jersey, shorts, socks)
• Practice T-Shirt
• Picture Package
• Participation Awards (u08 and below)
• Awards for 1st & 2nd Place teams (u10-u14)
• Boys divisions and Girls divisions
As many of you may have noticed, SMYS has started using a new registration program called League Toolbox to manage our Winter Arena Season. This new program not only takes registrations, but it also creates rosters and schedules, as well as helps us communicate with coaches, referees, players, and parents. Everyone that is registered in the Winter Arena Season (players/parents, coaches, referees) has a personal account that they can access to view their schedules, team rosters, and other personal information.
Logging in to your League Toolbox account is not the same as logging in to our website or your CalSouth account, so if you have experienced difficulties or confusion trying to log in, we apologize for any inconvenience. If you registered online, you used the League Toolbox program and have an account login and password.
Over the next few weeks, we will be slowing shifting our website over to the League Toolbox web hosting site and will be eliminating part of the confusion between the two sites.
To view the Spring Arena schedules, click on the schedules button on the top menu - there you will also be able to log in to your League Toolbox account.
Thank you for your patience while we work through this transition that is going to help make San Marcos Youth Soccer a more efficient soccer league.
The following information is gathered from our website visitors:
Form information necessary to transact your requests.
We use the information to enhance your visitor experience.
Your personal information is accessible by SMYS Staff and will not be shared, sold or rented in anyway.
To safeguard your personal information, we limit access to only SMYS authorized staff only.
To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The Heads Up initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.
San Marco Youth Soccer supports this program and wants to make you aware of it.
For the direct link the CDC concussion site, [click here]
If you are requesting a refund for registration fees you must submit the request via e-mail to email@example.com with your player’s name, date of birth, address for refund, phone number, and a short explanation for why you are requesting the refund. Refund requests can also be mailed to: San Marcos Youth Soccer, PO Box 627, San Marcos, Ca. 92079.
Requests made after July 1 will be reduced by any expenditures that have already been spent on the player. These may include, but are not limited to, insurance, uniforms, and administrative fees. Any refund requests made after the beginning of the season will be pro-rated after reducing for expenditures.
Refund requests will be processed within two weeks.
Are you interested in learning more about soccer?
Do you want to get the best possible view of the action on the field?
Do you want to help the kids of our community play soccer in a safe and fun environment?
If you answered yes to these questions, then we have the volunteer opportunity for you. You too can be a referee for SMYS. We need enthusiastic volunteers who can work with coaches and players to provide the best experience possible for our kids. The games will be in San Marcos, we provide the training, we provide the uniforms, and we provide the opportunity for a great on the field experience for you.
San Marcos Youth Soccer
P.O. Box 627
San Marcos, CA 92079
There are many websites available that provide valuable information on the craft of being a soccer referee. Below is a sample of those locations. If there is something that you think would help your fellow referees, please let us know.