Currently, PYSA has two programs:

  • Fall Rec Program.  This program is open to players  age 5 – 14.  The session each year runs approximately 5 to 7 weeks, and games are played at Kerr Dam fields on Sunday afternoons.
  • Spring Program.  This program is more competitive than the fall rec program, and is currently open for players age 9 – 19.    Practice starts as early as January, indoors.  At this point in the season, practices are typically once or twice a week.   Once the weather allows, we move outdoors and practices are typically 2 to 3 times a week.   Games are on Saturdays, with an occasional 2 or 3 day tournament.   We play teams from all over the state and often travel to other towns for those games.

Both programs are open to any athlete with a desire to play soccer and a commitment to the team and the game.

Vision and Mission Statements


Polson Youth Soccer Association envisions a highly-respected organization that:

  • Provides quality player development through exceptional coaches, facilities, and volunteers;
  • Promotes a love of soccer  in our community and a healthy lifestyle; and
  • Inspires pride and the highest level of sportsmanship in our players, coaches and parents.


By promoting player development and sportsmanship in an enjoyable environment, Polson Youth Soccer Association encourages a healthy lifestyle and love of soccer in players of all skill levels and backgrounds from throughout the Greater Polson area.

 Organizational Structure

PYSA is run 100% by our volunteers.  We are very grateful to the people that dedicate their time and expertise to the organization.

There are currently 8 PYSA Directors on the Board.  The bylaws call for 5 to 9 directors.  Terms are one year.   See our Board Page for more information on the current Board of Directors.

Each board member is a liason for one of 7 volunteer committees.  Each of these committees has a committee chair that is responsible for finding more volunteers, and setting and working to reach goals for that committee.

7 Committees

  • Registration
  • Player and Coach Development
  • Fundraising
  • Communication
  • Field and Equipment
  • Referee
  • New Facilities Development

For more information on the committees, visit our volunteer page.

PYSA is a part of the Montana Youth Soccer Association, which in turn is a part of  US Soccer.    Each year, we register our players with MYSA  and MYSA in turn facilitates the scheduling of games, tournaments, and keeps track of our rosters.


Click the following links for a copy of PYSA’s approved budgets: Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Approved Budget Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Approved Budget Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Approved Budget    

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Contact Us

The best way to reach PYSA is via email:   info@polsonyouthsoccer.org Or…   Other contact info: PYSA PO Box 1337 Polson, MT  59860

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Online Registration Help for Spring 2015

Online Registration Help for Spring 2015 Player Registration Page One allows you to choose from two options.  If you have an existing login enter your name and password into the box on the right.  If you are absolutely sure that you DO NOT have an existing account for your child then enter the information required on …

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Click the following links for a copy of the policies for Polson Youth Soccer Association: PYSA Financial Policy PYSA Fundraising Policy PYSA Conflict of Interest Policy   Credit Card Purchase Policy PRIVACY POLICY: “We respect and are committed to protecting your privacy. We may collect personally identifiable information when you visit our site. We also …

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Academy Director: Adam Fansher Email: coachfansher@gmail.com Officers: President:  Link Moderie Treasurer:  Catherine Lanier Secretary:  Ann Moderie Board of Directors: There are currently nine Polson Youth Soccer Association Directors on the Board.  The Bylaws call for 5 to 9 Directors.  Terms are one year.  The Board meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 50230 US …

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