Families - To view or update your account
/ child's info online, click here
and then select Family Account
Katy, TX 77450
Youth Soccer Coaches & Players
receive 15% OFF
all regularly priced merchandise. Parents,
mention this ad to receive your child's discount.
Below is a useful chart that will help you identify who to
contact with regards to your child's team and his or her coach;
if and when you may have questions, comments or concerns.
communication with your child's coach first, however, if there
are any concerns that cannot be addressed at this level, then
we recommend communicating with the appropriate Age
Division Commissioners, who's email can be found
on the Contacts page.
Players should always wear shinguards.
They must be worn at all times when playing soccer because
play can get more rambunctious at times, and even moreso
during practices. You will want players to be accustomed
to shinguards because they WILL be wearing them in the games.
It's a great thing about soccer that the sport doesn't require
expensive gear, but it's a wise rule that requires players
to wear shinguards to protect a vulnerable bone.
Those children who feel uncomfortable in shinguards should
be encouraged to try out different sizes and kinds of shinguards
to discover a good fit. The
shinguards should, of course, be properly worn UNDER
the socks, to provide maximum protection.
2010 / 2011 Parent Guide -
To view the latest in KYSC soccer information, click here
to browse our 2010/2011 Parent Guide. It
contains alot of useful information for our "soccer Mom's
& Dad's" and the KYSC community!
on the Sidelines
soccer parent's role - whether a coach, referee or fan -
is to make the game rewarding and enjoyable for the players."
- From Soccer Jr. Magazine
to read the "10 Commandments for Parents"
from Soccer Jr. Magazine.
Soccer Rules - Rules of Soccer
"The official soccer rules
are called the "Laws of the Game"
and are revised annually (usually in July) by FIFA (pronounced
"FEE' fuh"), the world soccer governing body, but
youth organizations usually adjust the rules to fit children.
Typical adjustments are field sizes, game lengths, number
of players per team, the number and frequency of substitutions,
"offside" is sometimes not called, and slide tackling
is sometimes not allowed. Field sizes, ball sizes, length
of games & rules vary by age group. The FIFA rules do
not require separate teams for girls and boys, but many soccer
clubs and associations have separate leagues for boys and
The "Offside" Call
Do you ever
find yourself watching your child's game and not fully understanding
what it means when the Referee blows their whistle for an
"Offside" call? Then
check out this link
for a great pictorial description of the "Offside