The Nashua Youth Soccer League (NYSL) is a recreational, non-profit, volunteer organization that teaches basic soccer skills to children between the ages of 5 and 19 years old. It has been serving the Nashua area for more than 30 years.
The Nashua Youth Soccer League (NYSL) is a recreational, non-profit, volunteer organization that teaches basic soccer skills to children from kindergarten to 19 years old. It has been serving the Nashua area since 1977.
NYSL is open to all children within the appropriate age group, regardless of previous soccer experience or skill level. It operates on the principles of sportsmanship, fair play, adherence to the rules of soccer, and healthy competition.
Practices for teams in divisions U10 and above will begin next week (September 7th).
First games will begin on Saturday, September 12th.
Players should be contacted by coaches over the next few days if they have not already been contacted. If you do not hear from a coach by Saturday, September 5th, please contact the player's division director using the "Contact" tab to the left of this page.
NYSL is trying to set-up a soccer equipment donation and exchange program. The intent is to accept donation of soccer shoes and other usable soccer equipment that will then be re-distributed to other league participants. This is our first attempt at organizing this effort, and we hope to continue and improve upon this initial attempt during future sessions.
Details of dropoff and exchange:
Dropoff date- Tuesday, Sept. 8th - 5pm-7pm - Main Dunstable Soccer Field
Exchange date - Friday, Sept. 11th - 5pm-8pm - Main Dunstable Soccer Field
shoes must have no rips, holes or missing cleats
shoes must have insole in both shoes
Right and left shoe must be tied together ( if shoestring(s) are missing, please use twist tie, etc to attach pairs.
Include tag with shoe that contains the following information: shoe size, parent name, contact email and/or phone number (this will only be used for identification when scheduling time for viewing/selecting replacement equipment.
Shoes should be free of major debris (any cleaning is appreciated)
Shin guards must have foam, padding on back if they are slip-in type guards.
If shin guards have attached ankle protectors, the elastic band must be unbroken and the fabric around ankle area free of rips/major tears. Calf straps must be operable with Velcro straps functioning.
Any other miscellaneous equipment may be dropped if clean, and in operable condition.
Please see the Program Details for additional information:
This effort is being organized by a volunteer NYSL parent. If you would like to assist in this effort, or would like to volunteer your time/talents in any other manner or have an idea that you feel could benefit the NYSL membership, please contact any member listed on the "Contact" tab to the left of the NYSL homepage.