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Sunday, January 22
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Welcome to Sanborn Youth Soccer Association's Website!
We are a small (about 200 players) community organization dedicated to promoting the game, fun, and sportsmanship of playing soccer. 

 It is the mission of SYSA to deliver a quality youth soccer program which fosters the development of cooperation, respect, and fitness through the participation of children and families in a healthy, positive atmosphere.

We have both a recreational program (co-ed, ages 4-13, anyone can play) and a competitive/travel program (need to try out annually, travel to other NH towns). Our players and families come primarily from Kingston & Newton, NH but those from surrounding towns are also welcome to join.

We love soccer and play because it's FUN!

Questions/comments may be addressed to:
President, Michael Gannon, SanbornSoccerAssoc@gmail.com 

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Saturday, January 21
SYSA SOCCER NEWS UPDATE

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UP-COMING EVENTS...... 

WINTER FOOTSKILLS CLINIC - MARCH - APRIL, 2017 

THINK SPRING....Registration for the Spring, 2017 Recreational soccer program is now open ONLINE 

SCROLL DOWN FOR DETAILS & REGISTRATION LINKS FOR EACH OF THESE PROGRAMS. 



Thursday, March 16
WINTER FOOTSKILLS CLINIC BEGINS THIS SAT, MARCH 18

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WE WILL BE ACCEPTING A LIMITED NUMBER OF WALK-ON REGISTRATIONS ON SATURDAY MORNING.

SYSA presents its 14th annual WINTER FOOTSKILLS CLINIC. Learn super skills in how to control the ball and to work as a team to advance the ball to the GOAL!

WHO can join: Boys and girls, Aged 6-14, from Newton, Kingston & surrounding towns 

WHEN: Saturday mornings, MARCH 18 - APRIL 15

  SESSION 1: Age 6-8, 8:30-10:00 am

  SESSION 2: Age 9-14, 10:15-11:45 am

WHERE: Swasey Gym, Main St, Kingston (across from Bakie School)

COST: $10/player (pay on opening day), **Registration fee includes a clinic tee-shirt**

WHO is the instructor: Michael Gannon, US Soccer D-level licensed coach, Sanborn Middle School Varsity Boy's team coach

WHAT you need to bring: shinguards are mandatory, water bottle, sneakers, NO CLEATS ALLOWED IN THE GYM 

WHY do you want to come to the clinic?: IT'S LOTS OF FUN!! You will learn REALLY COOL and tricky footskills, meet new friends who love soccer as much as you do...AND... scrimmage at the end of each clinic session!

HOW TO REGISTER? Email ....SanbornSoccerAssoc@gmail.com

Include Player name, shirt size (Youth S,M L or Adult S,M,L) Session 1 or 2, and your name & email.  

Questions? contact... Michael Gannon at SanbornSoccerAssoc@gmail.com or 642-3365 



Thursday, March 2
In memorium, SYSA player

SYSA was deeply saddened to learn of the tragic skiing accident of 13 year old John Lynch, who played with SYSA for many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/john-lynch-obituary?pid=1000000184280342 



Wednesday, February 22
SPRING IS IN THE AIR!

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SYSA board & coordinators are working hard to prepare for spring soccer. We are taking registrations, ordering equipment and cleaning unforms for the expected 200 boys and girls who will register to play in our recreational and travel soccer programs.

WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND OUR THANKS TO HAMPSTEAD CLEANERS, COLBY CORNER, FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATION OF LAUNDERING OUR UNIFORM SHIRTS TO KEEP OUR REGISTRATION FEES AFFORDABLE TO ALL.

SCROLL DOWN FOR INFO ABOUT SPRING SOCCER AND HOW TO REGISTER.... 



Tuesday, January 24
2017 SPRING SOCCER REGISTRATION

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SYSA SPRING, 2017 CO-ED RECREATIONAL SOCCER PROGRAM REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

WHO can join: Boys and girls, Aged 4-Grade 8 from Newton, Kingston & surrounding towns

WHEN do we play: Sunday afternoons, MAY 7 - JUNE 18

SESSION 1: 12:30-1:30~ Age 4-5 (Scatterball) AND Grade 3-8 (Soccer)

SESSION 2: 1:45-2:45~ Age 4-5 (Scatterball) AND Grade 1 & 2

WHERE: Chase Field, Chase St, Kingston

COST: SCATTERBALL (age 4-5)$25/player, SOCCER (Grade1-8):$30/player

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: APRIL 8 (ADD $20 LATE FEE AFTER APRIL 8)

PRACTICE: Training sessions from professional coaches: Saturday mornings for Soccer, Grades 1-8 (Scatterball practices immediately prior to games on Sunday) 

WHAT do I need? SHINGUARDS ARE MANDATORY and they must be covered by socks or a fabric-covered style. CLEATS are NOT REQUIRED but are allowed for all soccer divisions - NO CLEATS ALLOWED IN SCATTERBALL. SYSA will provide a uniform shirt on loan for the season.

PLAY FOR FREE!! If you volunteer to coach a team, the fee is waived for one child. SYSA offers support for coaches with handouts, booklets, web resources and support from our professional trainer from Global Premier Soccer of Bedford, NH.

HOW TO REGISTER? PLAYERS: Click on the link at the top of the home page.  Online registration requires a credit card.

REGISTER AS A COACH, (one child plays for free) Copy & paste this link ito the address bar:

http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2145789  

QUESTIONS?... contact Michael Gannon at SanbornSoccerAssoc@gmail.com or 642-3365



Wednesday, February 22
IMPORTANT INFO FOR KINGSTON & NEWTON VOTERS- SYSA FIELD USE

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THANK YOU VOTERS OF Kingston and Newton:

We are pleased to announce that Article #9  (ADA Improvements, Swasey Gym & Chase Field House) on the school district warrant was approved by voters on Mar 14. This means that SYSA and other community sports organizations will be able to continue to have access to these facilites. 

THANKS TO THE BRAVE PEOPLE WHO MADE THEIR WAY THROUGH THE BLIZZARD TO SUPPORT THEIR COMMUNITY! 

 



Monday, July 18
SYSA RECREATIONAL SOCCER FAQs

Are you a new player or considering playing with SYSA?

Here are some frequently asked questions about playing recreational soccer....

Q: WHAT EQUIPMENT DO I NEED?

Shinguards are mandatory for all divisions, age 4-13

Socks that cover the shinguards OR there are some styles of shinguard that are designed with a cloth covering over the plastic so socks are not needed. For players who have never played with SYSA, you will receive a complimentary pair of socks your first season playing with us.

Comfortable shorts, sweats or nylon pants (depending on the weather)

Soccer cleats: NOT ALLOWED IN SCATTERBALL (age 4-5/kindergarten)

 - NOT REQUIRED but recommended for better traction when playing soccer.

**PLEASE NOTE: Cleats must be SOCCER CLEATS, NOT baseball cleats that have a spike at the toe - These are dangerous for soccer and NOT ALLOWED

Team Shirt: SYSA provides team shirts for all players. These are on loan for the season-you take it home every week and launder it, then return it at the end of the season. This helps to to keep registration costs affordable.

Water: For keeping hydrated and ready to play on game day. Sports drinks, juice or soda are not recommended due to high sugar content.

Q: WHEN WILL MY TEAM PRACTICE?

SCATTERBALL (age 4,5/kindergarten): Practices are on game day. Approximately the first 30 minutes of the scheduled game time on Sunday afternoon is "practice". The second 30 minutes is for the game. No practices during the week.

SOCCER: In the fall of 2013, SYSA piloted a weekly training session with a professional coach and it was very successful. We did this with just the Mini-Mite & Junior divisions and expanded it to the Senior division the spring, 2014 season.

Here is how it works-All teams/coaches come to a common training session on the Plains in Kingston. The pro trainer chooses one team and demonstrates a training game/drill. Then the teams break out into their own spot on the field and practice that game for about 15 minutes. The pro-trainer circulates amongst the teams to give pointers. All teams re-convene to watch as the pro demonstrates the next game with another team and the process repeats.

MINI-MITES (Grade 1 & 2) Saturday mornings, 8:30-10:00 am.

JUNIORS & SENIORS (Grade 3 - 8) Saturday mornings, 10:15-11:45 am.

ADDITIONAL PRACTICE SESSIONS may be held during the week at the discretion of individual coaches. Any coach/team that is not able to make it to the Saturday morning session will have a practice at another time, depending on the schedule of the individual coach and consenus of players.

PLAYING TIME DURING GAMES IS NOT PREDICATED ON ATTENDING PRACTICE OR HOW MANY PRACTICE SESSIONS ANY PLAYER ATTENDS. This is recreational soccer and coaches are instructed to allow all players to play at least one half of every game. But, we certainly encourage players to attend practice as often as possible to learn & increase their skills.

Q-DO THE GAMES HAVE REFEREES?

Yes, SYSA has a team of referees who are "patched" (they have completed a licensing course with the NH Soccer Association). The refs are local middle & high school students, most of whom have played for SYSA in the past and/or play for their school or travel soccer teams.

Q-WILL I/MY CHILD NEED TO PARTICIPATE IN FUND-RAISING?

NO-NEVER!!!! SYSA is extremely proud of the fact that we DO NOT DO ANY FUNDRAISING. Using team shirts that are recycled each season, registration fees and our REFRESHMENT STAND provide the funds we need to operate. So, we ask that you patronize the refreshments stand on Sundays.

Q-I WOULD LIKE TO COACH A TEAM. WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?

Check the box in the "Volunteer" section of the registration form. If you are the primary coach of your child(ren's) team, one child will play for no cost. All coaches must complete a background check through the NH Soccer Association (info given after you sign up). Coaches are given support beginning with an orientation session 2 weeks before the season starts, weekly Saturday morning sessions with our pro-trainer, online resources as well as training booklets and videos that you may borrow. We also have a coordinator of coaching who can come out to your practice session and give you support.

If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact SYSA President, Michael Gannon, SanbornSoccerAssoc@gmail.com or call 642-3365



Monday, July 18
SYSA HAS A NEW EMAIL ADDRESS

Please contact SYSA President Michael Gannon at sanbornsoccerassoc@gmail.com with questions or comments.  Thank you and see you on the pitch.



Monday, August 10
SYSA on FACEBOOK

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SYSA IS NOW ON FACEBOOK!

Click the link below to follow us on Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/SYSA/110210592346676?fref=ts

"FRIEND" US TODAY & view photos from soccer camp and get updates on SYSA events



Sunday, August 14
SYSA DOES NO FUNDRAISING-BUT NEEDS VOLUNTEERS

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NO CANDY BARS - NO WRAPPING PAPER - NO CANDLES - NO MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS - NO SYSA KIDS NEED TO DO FUNDRAISING!!!

SYSA has been FUNDRAISER FREE for its 20 years in existence.

HOW CAN WE DO THIS?

1. CONCESSION STAND: Our concession stand provides refreshments for players and fans and is run by VOLUNTEERS. All proceeds are used to fund the operation of the league. PLEASE CONSIDER VOLUNTEERING FOR 1 HOUR ON ANY SUNDAY to sell refreshments. If one parent of each player volunteers for just 1 hour in the season, we can remain FUNDRAISER FREE. Contact Debbie Samoisette to choose the time you would like to help out. 642-5225

2. RECYCLED UNIFORMS: Uniform shirts are returned at the end of each season to save on the expense of purchasing new ones. Please check your kid's dresser for a shirt you may have forgotten to return & bring it to your coach.

3. FACILITIES: Sanborn Regional School District & the Town of Kingston has generously donated the use of fields and practice space. This is a huge savings to our league and we are able to pass along the savings to our players in keeping registration cost affordable for all. PLEASE BE CONSCIENTIOUS ABOUT MAINTAINING THE CLEANLINESS OF THE FIELDS in appreciation for the school district & town allowing us to use them.

4. VOLUNTEERS: SYSA board of directors, coordinators, coaches, & refreshment stand workers all generously donate their time to the league to make soccer affordable to all. If you would like to join our volunteer force, please contact president, Michael Gannon at megannon@comcast.net 



Sunday, September 11
RAINOUT POLICY

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 SYSA POLICY: Games are rarely cancelled due to rain so please come prepared for the weather. However, decisions about cancelling games will be made by 11:00 a.m. on Sunday and will also be posted on the website. If you do not hear from your coach, then games are ON. If games are cancelled, you will be notified by your coach shortly after 11:00 am.

PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION



Sunday, August 14
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2016-17 SOCCER SEASON

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ELECTIONS FOR THE 2016-17 SYSA Board of Directors took place on Tuesday, July 12.

We would like to express our thanks to out-going members, Jeff Thomas & Eric Cornell who have been with the organization for several years both as coaches and on the Board of Directors-Thanks so much for helping to keep SYSA a successful organization providing kids & families a FUN place to learn and play soccer!

THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE WERE ELECTED TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 

President: Michael Gannon

Vice President: Debbie Samoisette

Recording Secretary: Lindsay MacDonald

Treasurer: Cheryl Gannon

Activity Coordinators: (appointed)

Registrar: Amy MacDonald

Equipment/Uniforms: Bonnie Bonanno

Refreshment Stand: Debbie Samoisette

Coaching/Travel Teams: Michael Gannon

Referees: Chris Cantin

Publicity: Angela McVey

IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT VOLUNTEERING TO HELP SYSA, PLEASE CONTACT President, Michael Gannon... sanbornsoccerassoc@gmail.com



Saturday, July 16
Weekly Practices with Professional Trainer

SPRING, 2016 - THANKS to our NH Premier Soccer Academy trainer, Martin. He did a great job teaching the kids soccer skills and inspiring them to put forth their best effort. We saw a lot of improvment in their skills and the coaches also learned a lot over the course of the season.

PRACTICE ON THE PLAINS IN KINGSTON across from the Fire Station/Rockrimmon Rd

MINI-MITES (Grade 1 & 2) Saturday mornings, 8:30-10:00 am.

JUNIORS & SENIORS (Grade 3 - 8) Saturday mornings, 10:15-11:45 am.

ADDITIONAL PRACTICE SESSIONS may be held during the week at the discretion of individual coaches. Any coach/team that is not able to make it to the Saturday morning session will have a practice at another time, depending on the schedule of the individual coach and consenus of players.

IF A COACH CANNOT ATTEND THE SATURDAY SESSIONS, players on his/her team may attend and can join another team to learn the games/drills.



CLICK HERE FOR SOCCER ON THE WEB!

... Check out these soccer websites:

New Hampshire Soccer Association: www.soccernh.com 

New Hampshire Soccer League (competitive/travel league) www.nhsoccerleague.com 

US Youth Soccer: http://www.usysa.com/      US Soccer:  http://www.ussoccer.org/

Y.E.S. Soccer Camp http://www.mlscamps.com/ 

Men's Pro Team http://www.revolutionsoccer.net/



COACHES' CORNER

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YOUR KID PLAYS FOR FREE WHEN YOU COACH HIS/HER TEAM!
As an incentive for you to coach your child's team, SYSA will waive
the registration fee for that child.
This offer is for primary coaches only, not assistants, and applies to the fee for 1 child only.

As a coach, you will also get a tee shirt & a Coach's clipboard
with wipe-off board diagram of a soccer field on the back.

Plus, as a coach YOU get to set your own practice schedule
(does not apply to Scatterball, which has no outside practices). Most teams have 1, hour-long outside practice session, which can be a week-night evening, anytime on a Saturday, or on Sunday before the game.
And - in the Fall, you'll have your picture taken with your team as a lifetime reminder for you and your child of the season when you were "MY COACH!"

If this is your first time coaching, THAT'S OKAY!
SYSA provides lots of support in the form of:

-Coaching videos on loan
-Coach's Handbook
-Coaching booklets
-Coaching coordinator will attend & critique your practice or...
Run a practice for you while you help out
-Provide internet links to coaching resources

PLEASE TAKE ADVANTAGE
of our coaching coordinator's skills -
Call him to arrange for him to come to your practice...
Michael Gannon 642-3365 or email megannon@comcast.net


REMINDER ABOUT PARKING

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THANK YOU FOR ABIDING BY THE PARKING RESTRICTIONS IN FRONT OF THE HOMES ON CHASE ST. Parking is available on Main St, in the Swasey Gym parking lot across from Bakie School.

BE ADVISED:The Kingston Police have notified SYSA that they intend to enforce the ordinance which prohibits on-street parking, during events held at Chase Field. Any vehicles which are not parked entirely off the street WILL BE TICKETED OR TOWED.

ALSO-PARKING IN FREMONT PIZZA/CHURCH STREET STATION PARKING LOT IS NOT ALLOWED.
    We strongly suggest that you consider (convenient for Scatterball) parking at the Swasey Gym parking lot and walk through the scenic wooded path (old Sanborn High on Main St, across from Bakie School)-park by basketball courts-look for path to fields. (See parking map below)
  For more information, please download this article, which appeared in the Friday, June 4, 2004 edition of The Rockingham News:


Handout: Parking Issue Article

Parking Map

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Please refer to this map for parking during games:
Handout: Parking Map

   
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