for a Recreational Soccer program?
Then you have come to the right place!
FALL and SPRING SEASONS: All games are played at Katy Park. Games are mainly played on Saturdays; first games starting at 8:00 AM. To accommodate the growing teams we have in KYSC, some games may be scheduled for other days/times. Full schedules will be posted prior to the 2nd week of games.
Practices can take place from 1 to 2 times a week. This is typically at the discretion of the coaches as they will tend to try and work around the best times for everyone on their team. This will be discussed at the Team Parent meeting that each coach will most likely have at the start of each season.
What additional items will a player need?
Each player will be equipped (included in registration fee) with a team uniform which includes a Shirt, Shorts and Socks. Each player is required to wear size-appropriate Shin Guards under their socks. Soccer Cleats and proper size soccer ball is optional, AND, "No Football or Baseball Cleats are allowed."
HYSA games could be played on Saturdays or Sundays. These games are also played against teams around the Houston Area.
If you have questions regarding recreational soccer registration for children in the Under 5 (U5) to Under 19 (U19) age groups, contact the Administrator.
KYSA is a 501 (c)3 Non-Profit Organization run by volunteers and is affiliated with STYSA, USYS, USSF and FIFA.
"In an effort to fairly form teams, I acknowledge that the new registrants will be placed on a team based on the KISD placement where there is availability. KYSC will try to reform teams in the Spring based on the Fall season where possible. KYSC does not honor player requests or play ups. I also acknowledge that KYSC has a NO REFUND policy."
KYSC Player Placement & Refund Policy
Provide a safe and healthy environment for over 2100 children to experience the great sport of soccer each weekend.
Fair Play and Respect is the true definition of Good Sportsmanship.
The experience that the game provides is what matters most and without a good experience for all, the game loses its value and the ability to teach young people lessons such as discipline, fairness, honesty, responsibility and teamwork.