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If you like to become a Vysl Co...

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COACH CLASSES F LICENSE $45 pe...

Referees Classes

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Welcome to the VYSL

Thank you for visiting the Vallejo Youth Soccer League (VYSL)

VYSL is youth-first and youth focused. We are a soccer organization with happy, healthy kids as our passion. Every decision, every rule and every program has "what's good for kids" as its basis. Every girl and boy stepping on a soccer field for the first time can have fun. VYSL's youth-first approach also makes it a wonderful development program for everyone involved.

Everybody likes to win, but developing successful players and people is what's fundamental in VYSL.

Feel free to take a look around our new website! You can find all the latest on our teams and players as well as what's going on around the league and in our communities.

Our new site is Interactive.  Get Involved.  Ask your coach about how you can help.

 

OUR CHAMPIONS 2013 - 2014

Latest News

VYSL - Soccer TryOuts 2014

VYSL - Soccer TryOuts 2014

BOYS AND GIRLS From U-7's to U 19's March 1 2014 DAN FOLEY PARK Sport field For 7's to u-12's9:00 am...

OUR CHAMPIONS 2013 -2014 - Photo Gallery

OUR CHAMPIONS 2013 -2014 - Photo Gallery

Our young champions U11 and U10 categories proud displays his trophies and medals. See the pictures of our...

2014 FIFA World Cup groups

2014 FIFA World Cup groups

Brazil will stage the 20th FIFA World Cup final tournament in the summer of 2014, with 32...

Seasons 2014 | Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall

Seasons 2014 | Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall

Soccer Year has 4 seasons now for teams playing in Norcal or CYSA. Winter, spring, Summer and Fall...

About VYSL

Welcome to the Vallejo Youth Soccer League

Our Mission Statement

Our goal is to create a safe environment for the City of Vallejo kids. Playing soccer generates a healthy, enthusiastic and a psychological bond between a player's mind and body (mente sana en cuerpo sano). Challenge and discipline create a sense of balance, promoting a positive outlook regardless of the outcome of the game. Participating as a member of a united team, the player will be able to experience a sense of accomplishment through participation.

Allowing kids to participate in competitive soccer and helping them deal with challenges throughout their life often giving them mental and physical strength during hardships.

Keeping teenagers out of trouble, out of the streets is our main concern, giving them the chance of reach a different goal in life, to be somebody in the future, a gentle but strong human being to be concern in all the aspects of their private life, turning back in the future the same benefits that they received in his young years to our New generations.

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Liga Juvenil de Futbol de Vallejo

El Proposito de Nuestra Organización

Es crear un ambiente seguro para nuestros niños de nuestra ciudad de Vallejo, el practicar un deporte desarrolla un lazo saludable, entusiasta y psicológico, crea la unión estrecha entre su cuerpo y su mente (Mente sana en cuerpo sano), el reto y la disciplina crea la coordinación balanceada de un individuo en todos los aspectos de su vida y a la vez el integrarse mas fácilmente a su comunidad y hacer de esta una sociedad mas segura.

Los niños o jovenes guardaran experiencias que llenaran en ellos el gozo de saber lo que es luchar por un objetivo y todo el reto que llevo en lograrlo y también el gozo de haber participado aun habiéndose perdido en algunas oportunidades.

Los jovenes que participan en deportes competitivos (futbol) aprenden que en la vida la competicion esta presente en todo momento y les dará fuerzas para salir adelante y no sucumbir en tiempos difíciles.

Manteniendo a nuestros jovencitos fuera de problemas y de las calles es nuestra principal preocupación, dándoles a ellos la oportunidad de alcanzar algo diferente y una meta en su vida, creando en si un individuo gentil pero fuerte emocionalmente que pueda contribuir primero hacia el como individuo, y poder como adulto retribuir a la sociedad lo que a el le fue entregado y crear así nuevas generaciones de seres humanos que nos demos la mano unos a otros sin distinciones de razas ni credos.

Vallejo Youth Soccer League

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Our Goal For VYSL Youth

Our goal is to create a safe environment for the City of Vallejo kids. Playing soccer generates a healthy, enthusiastic and a psychological bond between a player's mind and body (mente sana en cuerpo sano). Challenge and discipline create a sense of balance, promoting a positive outlook regardless of the outcome of the game. Participating as a member of a united team, the player will be able to experience a sense of accomplishment through participation.

Allowing kids to participate in competitive soccer and helping them deal with challenges throughout their life often giving them mental and physical strength during hardships.

Keeping teenagers out of trouble, out of the streets is our main concern, giving them the chance of reach a different goal in life, to be somebody in the future, a gentle but strong human being to be concern in all the aspects of their private life, turning back in the future the same benefits that they received in his young years to our New generations.

Board Members

VYSL Board Members and Volunteers

Mary Castillo

President / Registrar

History: (Born in Lima, Peru)
1993 — 1995 Coached a U- 8 boys team
1995 — 1997 Managed a Competitive team called the “Rowdies”
1995 — 1999 Served as a Comp Registrar for PAL
2000 — 2002 Served as President, Registrar, Treasurer, Secretary and Bingo Manager
2002 — 2003 President,Registrar and Coach for U-19 Boys

The Vallejo Youth Soccer League) VYSL president must establish and maintain affiliations between coaches, members of the California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA) and other soccer organizations. He/she must also oversee all other board members ensuring that all league duties are being fulfilled.

The Registrar is responsible for registering each team player with CYSA. The registration process must include verification of each player's age and date of birth to ensure fairness when assigning each player to a team.  The Registrar should work closely with the Treasurer to ensure all fees are collected in a timely manner.  The President and Registrar are the only two board members having contact with CYSA.

 

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COACH COORDINATOR

The coach coordinator must ensure that a coach be chosen for each of the VYSL teams. The coordinator must ensure that the coach is qualified to instruct the team and that a harmony exists between that coach and the team players.  If coaching problems arise, the coordinator must make himself available to resolve these issues. 

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Tony Freitas


 

Equipment Manager - Goalkeeper Trainer

History: (Born in Azores, Portugal)
Played professionally with the Portuguese National team until the age of 22
1992-1993 Coached the St. Patrick's high school team in Vallejo
1981-2003 League, High School and Neutral Referee
1992-2003 Coached Class I and Class III competitive teams
1981-2003 Goalkeeper Trainer

Equipment Manager - Goalkeeper Trainer

The Equipment Coordinator is responsible for all the league's equipment including nets, flags and other associated material.  The coordinator shall make available to coaches any equipment necessary before each game and collect the equipment at the end of each day. The coordinator shall report any damaged or deficient equipment to the league president.

The Goalkeeper Trainer shall train potential goalkeepers to the best of his ability.  This individual shall be a qualified instructor and report the players' progress to the t am coach.

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Van Bagnol

Referee Coordinator

History: (Born in California)
USSF Referee since 2004
Referee assignments: Home league, youth comp league.

Referee Coordinator

It is the responsibility of the Referee Coordinator to provide 3 referees for each home game of the season.  The coordinator should also schedule at least one referee clinic per year in an attempt to increase the number of active referees. He/she shall attend the District 4 referee meeting and disseminate any pertinent information to other referees in the district.  It is highly recommended the referee coordinator have at least three years refereeing experience.

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Frank Silveira

Field Coordinator/Maintenance Coordinator


 

History: (Born in the United States)


 

Field Coordinator

The Field Coordinator is responsible for obtaining field permits for each location where games will be played.  The coordinator shall create and distribute a list of approved fields to the league members. The coordinator should line the fields as often as needed.

Maintenance Coordinator

The Field Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for keeping fields groomed during the season.  The coordinator shall see to it the fields are watered and fertilized on a regular basis.

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Treasurer

The Treasurer is responsible for maintaining accurate financial records for the league. He/she is responsible for writing checks (and acquiring a second signature) and making payments in a timely manner.  The Treasurer must attend each board meeting and provide an account summary as to the welfare of the league.  Financial records must must be made immediately available to the board upon request. 

Secretary

The Secretary must attend and record the 'minutes' for all board meetings. He/she is responsible for any written work including, but not limited to, invitations, sponsor letters and labels.  The Secretary should foster a close working relationship with the registrar in order to distribute information in a timely manner.

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OTHER POSITIONS


 

VICE-PRESIDENT

If, for any reason, the president is unable to perform his/her duties, the vice-president shall immediately assume those duties.  It shall take a vote of the board to elect the vice-president to the position of the president.

DISCIPLINARY COORDINATOR

PLAYER DISCIPLINARY CHIEF

REFEREE DISCIPLINARY CHIEF

PARENT REPRESENTATIVE

PLAYER REPRESENTATIVE

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