Registration for Spring Competitive League (traveling program) 2018 is OPEN.

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Players born in years 1999 through 2009 are eligible to play.  Please register below.  To see what age group your player will be in, review the Age Matrix.

For a summary of program descriptions, please review the 2018 SPRING PROGRAM DESCRIPTION document.

Registration Fees:

U9-U10:  $95

U11-U12: $195

U13-U19: $215

Register online HERE.  (Online registration helps eliminate additional data entry, enables automatic document submission, and payment, etc.)

The registration deadline has been extended to January 20, 2018.  Please register as soon as you can.  

Those of you who require financial help, please complete the Financial Assistance Application and mail it to PYSA, PO BOX 1337, Polson, MT 59860.  Scholarships will be awarded based on funds available.


PYSA Player Meet the Polson Pirates

Last Saturday, the PYSA players were invited to watch the Pirate soccer quarterfinal match against Loyola.  After the game, the players got to meet and talk to the Pirates.  It was really a great scene and a lot of fun.  Thank you Ric and Sarah Smith for organizing and supporting this event.  

PYSA at PHS 2017

Thank You Jarecki Foundation and the John and Elaine Cowan Trust


Polson Youth Soccer Association (PYSA) would like to extend its deepest gratitude to the Jarecki Foundation and the John and Elaine Cowan Trust for their donation of $25,000 toward sponsorship of the “Sportsmanship Field” at the new Polson Soccer Complex. All four regulation-sized fields have now been sponsored, and the complex is taking shape with grading, irrigation, and hydroseeding complete. The concession/information stand and fencing is currently being constructed.

Penny and Chuck Jarecki of the Jarecki Foundation feel that sportsmanship and teamwork is paramount on the soccer field, building character in players and trust in team mates. This strengthens our youth as they grow both as individuals and members of our community. John Cowan of the John and Elaine Cowan Trust adds that the reason for naming the field “Sportsmanship” is twofold, as it distinguishes the complex itself as a significant teammate in the development of our community. Both Cowan and the Jareckis recognize its importance to not only the 300+ youth and their families, but also to the community at large as its economic impact will be felt with increased business at shops, restaurants, and services when Polson is in a position to host games and tournaments.

The soccer fields will be finished this fall/winter, and are slated to be ready for play in the spring of 2017. PYSA is grateful to the Jarecki Foundation and the John and Elaine Cowan Trust and all the support it has received from the community. The project is still in need of funding in its final stages, and PYSA welcomes financial or in-kind donations. They are an established 501 c 3 organization. Please contact Sarah Beck Smith at 406-261-0641 if you are interested in helping them complete this exciting project!


Pictured Left to Right: Chuck and Penny Jarecki (Jarecki Foundation), Davis Smith (PYSA), Mike Mercer (PYSA), John Cowan (John and Elaine Cowan Trust)


U14 Girls State Champions.  Congratulations!!!


2016 U14 Girls

Thank You Greater Polson Community Foundation

 Greater Polson Community FoundationThank you Greater Polson Community Foundation for being our third field sponsor at the new soccer complex! Your support is truly appreciated.


Read about it here:

Also, read about it here in the Valley Journal:

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Soccer Complex News

PYSA-FIBdonation (2)Thank you First Interstate Bank for being our second field sponsor.  Your support is much appreciated!  Read all about it here:


Soccer Complex News

TaylorsThank you Senators Mike and Janna Taylor for being our first Field Sponsors at the new soccer complex!!  Read all about it here:





Soccer Article

What Makes a Nightmare Sports Parent and What Makes a Great One

Yahoo! Sports’ Steve Henson uses a survey to break down what children say makes a nightmare sports parent, as well as what makes a good sports parent. Read it here.

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