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**********Click the documents below for Fall 2015 Picture Scheduled*************

**************THE FALL SCHEDULE******************

Be sure to double-check every Friday. If we are 99% accurate that means one game needs to be moved.



Please Join Us At The Cris Quinn Memorial Soccer Complex On Saturday & Sunday, November 21 & 22, 2015 For The Annual Beaumont Invitational Game Tournament. Please review the rules and Click the Link Below to Register.


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Schedule Update Sat. Sept. 5

Parents --

BYSC and Association Board Members will be working hard over this long weekend trying to put the finishing touches on the schedule so it can be published hopefully by Tuesday.  Please bear in mind that this involves about 3,000 players on about 400 teams, with ages from U4-U19 (boys and girls separately at most ages), on about 75 different fields spread across 5 different complexes.  We also do our best avoid putting our volunteer coaches in a situation where they have two children scheduled to play at the same time.  So, it's complicated!


Please be advised that the BASIC schedule format for BYSC teams will be as follows.  This will be good for MOST teams on MOST weeks.  But there are going to be some weeks that are exceptions!  So please don't make any for-sure plans but hopefully this will give a little insight as to what we are expecting for BYSC teams:


U4 Boys and U4 Girls:  8:30AM in Beaumont

U5 Girls and U6 Girls:  9:30AM in Beaumont

U5 Boys                      : 10:30AM in Beaumont

U6 Boys                      : 11:30AM in Beaumont


U7 and U8:  Time slots will be 8AM, 10AM, 12Noon, and rarely 2PM, all in Beaumont.  BYSC has control over the scheduling of these ages but needs to balance with the Association-scheduled games so that there are not more games than refs at any given slot.


U9 and above:  Time slots will be 8AM, 10AM, 12Noon, 2PM, and rarely 4PM.  These games will be at least 50% in Beaumont (all home games plus any away games against other Beaumont teams) and the rest at other fields in the Golden Triangle area.  The Association schedules these games.


Thanks in advance for your patience.  We are all unpaid volunteers and want this to be completed almost as much as you do!  But we also want to get it right.


Only one week until the start of another great season!




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    Explanation of the Different Levels/Options for Your Child

    Members of BYSC,
    We are excited to offer you and your child a number of different options here at BYSC.  Some options differ depending on your child's age but ultimately it's your choice.  We wanted to take the time to explain our options:

    Option 1 - Recreational Soccer (U4-U19):
    Our recreational soccer program is a great introduction to soccer for ages U4-U19.  Practices are run by parent coaches - Individual players who additionally want to obtain professional training will have opportunities to also sign up for the Little Reds program, which is offered seasonally
    Games are played in Beaumont on Saturdays - once teams reach the U9 age they may play some away games in Lumberton, Orange, Nederland or Fannett as necessary.  The Fall season runs for 10 weeks and the Spring season runs for 6 weeks.  Teams that do well can advance to District Championships at the end of the Fall Season.  Players can sign up separately for the Fall and Spring.

    If you have any questions about the recreational program email

    Option 2 - Local Division 2 Soccer (U11-U19):
    Our Local Division 2 program is designed for players who want a step up from Recreational soccer.  This is only available starting at U11.  Teams are formed through a tryout process which is conducted by BYSC and parent coaches who are required to attain a minimum of an "E" level Coaching License through the State Association.
    Games are played in the Golden Triangle area against other Division 2 teams.  On Saturdays home games are played in Beaumont and some away games may be played in Lumberton, Orange, Nederland and Fannett as necessary.
    Teams that do well can advance to District Championships and State Championships at the end of the Fall Season.  Players can sign up separately for the Fall and the Spring.  

    If you have any questions about local Division 2 email

    Option 3 - Liverpool FC America (U8-U19):
    Starting this Fall BYSC has partnered with Liverpool FC America to offer a professional select soccer program.  This program is designed for dedicated soccer players who want to learn how to take the sport to the next level and compete at a higher level.  The program is split into two sections - The Academy (U8-U10) and Select (U11-U19).  Players are trained by Liverpool FC America's professional soccer coaches/trainers.  Additional costs are incurred by players in the form of training fees for this professional service. 
    The Academy program is available to all players U8-U10, teams are formed and coached by professional coaches screened by Liverpool FC America twice a week.  Players are expected to commit from August - May.
    The Select program is available to players aged U11-U19, teams are formed through a tryouts and selected by the professional coaching staff.  Teams practice twice a week and players are expected to commit from August - May.
    Games are played on Saturday in Atascocita (Northeast Houston) at the Lindsay Lyons sports complex - Academy teams will play in an exclusive Academy league and Select teams will play in the EDDOA league against teams from in and around the Houston area.
    Click here for more information.
    If you have any questions about Liverpool FC America email

    Both Liverpool and BYSC support the youth soccer community in Beaumont and the surrounding areas, and wish to provide youth soccer players of all ages, skill and experience levels, and socio-economic backgrounds with a wide range of options for their enjoyment of the game.
    We encourage all parents to explore all options and attend tryouts for both BYSC Local Division 2 and Liverpool FC America.


    Click on the flyer to register

    Want to be a referee?

    Of course you do!  
    Cool shirt, special socks, yellow/red cards for your pocket, you learn the rules and get paid while exercising and helping youth soccer!  
    There are two "hybrid" Grade 8 Entry clinics scheduled locally in August.  The first part is on-line so the classroom piece is shorter (about 8 hours).

    IF YOU ARE ALREADY A GRADE 8 REF, recerts will start in September this year.
    Any questions?  As always,