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.
 
 
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About NYSL...

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.

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NYSL Travel Division Volunteers Needed
05/26/2017
  We are looking to expand the NYSL travel program this fall...
2017 Brian Borromeo Coach of the Year Applications
05/25/2017
NYSL is now accepting nominations for the annual Brian Borromeo...
2017 Brian Borromeo NYSL Scholarship Applications
05/25/2017
NYSL is now accepting applications for the annual Brian Borromeo...
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05/22/2017
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NYSL Travel Division Volunteers Needed

 

We are looking to expand the NYSL travel program this fall to U-11, U-10, and U-9 divisions. Like all programs of NYSL, the travel program is run by volunteers. If you are interested in assisting NYSL in the travel program, please send an email to 

We are looking for volunteers:

  1. Volunteer coaches - If interested, you must attend this meeting.
  2. Assistant coaches and team managers
  3. Volunteers to run the player evaluation sessions during the month of June.
     

 

Thank You.


by posted 05/26/2017
2017 Brian Borromeo Coach of the Year Applications

NYSL is now accepting nominations for the annual Brian Borromeo Coach of the Year (COY) Award

Nashua Youth Soccer League (NYSL) would like to recognize coaches that have made a positive difference with NYSL.  All are volunteers and many have gone above and beyond the normal duties of a coach.  Their efforts will have a lasting impression on our children.
 

The Criteria:

·         Nominee must have coached for NYSL for at least 4 seasons.

·         Nominee must be a Coach or Asst. Coach for NYSL in the current year.

·         Nominee cannot be self-nominated.

·         Application Form must be completed and sent (mailed or emailed) to Jason Gendreau, NYSL Chair ( ) by June 17, 2016, Subject: COY Nomination. 

 

Thank you

 

2017_Brian_Borromeo_Coach_of_Year_Award.pdf
2017_Brian_Borromeo_Coach_of_Year_Award.docx


by Frank Koczalka posted 05/25/2017
2017 Brian Borromeo NYSL Scholarship Applications

NYSL is now accepting applications for the annual Brian Borromeo NYSL Scholarship.
Nashua Youth Soccer League will annually award two (2) $500 scholarships, one (1) to a female participant and one (1) to a male participant. The Brian Borromeo NYSL Scholarship is a merit- based scholarship with an emphasis on years of NYSL participation as player, referee, and/or other NYSL participation. Extracurricular activities and/or community service will also be evaluated in determining scholarship honorees.
 

Eligibility:

·         Applicants must be current or prior participants in NYSL.

·         Applicants must have participated a minimum of 4 seasons in NYSL.

·         Applicants must be a current college student or graduating high school senior in the current year.

·         Past NYSL Scholarship recipients are NOT eligible to re-apply.

·         Application Form must be completed and sent (mailed or emailed) to Jason Gendreau, NYSL Chair ( ) by June 4, 2017, Subject: NYSL Scholarship. 

 

Thank you

 

2017_NYSL_Scholarship.docx

2017_NYSL_Scholarship.pdf


by posted 05/25/2017
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