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Q and A


Q. Can I be mailed a paper registration form?
A. Registration is only online. There are no paper forms.

Q. What equipment does my child need for Rec Soccer?
T-shirt jersey is included in the registration fee.  Please bring soccer cleats or flat soled shoes, shin guards, socks, soccer ball, and water bottle to each session. Also if your child requires prescription eyeglasses, a strap is needed.

Q. Can my child join a team with older players?
. Playing Up a Level is not allowed.  The only possible exception would be for the older teams to get proper numbers.  If you have any questions, please contact Faith at

Q. How do I get a refund if my child is not playing?
A. CMYSA does not issue refunds.  Please contact Chris, Finance/Rec Admin, Lissa, Travel Admin or Emily, Director of Coaching, for assistance.

Q. It states that my username is already in use, but I can not login to register.
. In many instances the accounts have not been activated. Please make sure you activate your account via the activation email that was sent to your account email. Online help is available at

Q. What night will my rec player be playing?
The date of birth requirements, playing nights, and locations are posted under at

Q. What day and times are the Rec games?
A.  Specific team schedules may be found under Schedules will be posted in mid-May

Q. Can my child sign up with several of his friends?
A. Each rec player may request only one friend for U6 through U14 (players must both request each other). U16 - U18 can make up to 4 friend requests. The player request is an option during the on-line registration. Teams are formed in a random draw fashion with some sorting based on player experience to help create a fair/balanced distribution of playing talent among all teams participating  

Q. Where do I request a coach?
A. CMYSA does not accept a player request for a specific coach. 

Q: Why don’t we keep league standings for U6 - U10?
Recreational soccer is designed to teach players soccer skills, teamwork and sportsmanship. Participation and fun are emphasized, not competition. If your child is interested in a more focused and competitive soccer experience, check out our “Travel” program.

Q: Why do the younger kids play small sided games?
Small sided games allow for more touches for each player. This is crucial to the skill development of young players. The decision-making and tactics are also simpler in small sided games, which allow young players to learn the game more effectively. Small sided games are supported by CMYSA, MYSA and the US Soccer Federation.

Q. When can I register for rec soccer?
  Registration for summer 2019 rec soccer will open March 1, 2019.  Fall 2019 rec soccer will open in August 2019.


Parent Volunteer coaches needed for each team, without your help we will not be able to function well.  CMYSA will educate each coach on rules, tactics and game management.

Coaches Needed! Support and Education Is Provided!

Our program is based primarily on parent volunteers to coach.  We need your help, please consider coaching your child.  The success of this program relies on the support of everybody.

We recognize that many of you do not have soccer experience and that is okay!  We will educate and give you the tools and the confidence to be successful.

CMYSA will be providing coaching education clinics for perspective to learn basic soccer skills, techniques, tactics and rules prior to the season.  In addition, CMYSA’s Rec Director of coaching, will be available to help every team have a fun and successful season.

Age-specific coaching handbooks can be found online at under the “Coaching Resources” tab up the top of the page.  These handbooks will assist our volunteer coaches as they take on this new challenge. 

Faith Bila

Recreation Director

Phone: 320-253-5936