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Dick's Sporting Goods Day
08/14/2017
Fall Season Key Dates
08/02/2017
The fall soccer season is quickly approaching.  Below are a...
New BYSA Crest
05/03/2017
We're excited to unveil a new crest for Bolton Youth Soccer!...
Concussion Awareness
04/07/2015
Concussion Awareness - Concussions in sports and elsewhere are...
 
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by BYSA posted 08/14/2017
Fall Season Key Dates

The fall soccer season is quickly approaching.  Below are a couple of key dates to mark in your calendars. 

 

August 21st - Number of teams and coaches finalized.  Coaches request their practice days and times.

August 23rd - Teams rosters frozen.  Coaches able to communicate to their teams.

August 26th - Field prep day at the Forbush fields

August 26th/27th - Bolton Youth Soccer Weekend at Dick's Sporting Goods @ Orchard Hill Park in Leominster. 

August 27th - Coaches meeting for NVYSL teams (grades 3 and higher) in Littleton

August 28th - Forbush fields open for practice

August 28th - BYSA pre-season coaches meeting.  7:30 @  Slater's in Bolton.  CORI paperwork confirmation at meeting

August 30th - First day of school for Nashoba Regional School District

September 9th - First games of the season

October 7th - Columbus Day weekend.  No games scheduled.

November 4th - Last games of the season

 


by BYSA posted 08/02/2017
New BYSA Crest

We're excited to unveil a new crest for Bolton Youth Soccer!  You  may have seen it on some gear already.  Look for it more and more

 


by posted 05/03/2017
Concussion Awareness

Concussion Awareness - Concussions in sports and elsewhere are getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason, finally.  Several state youth soccer associations have made Concussion Awareness Training mandatory for all youth sports coaches.  Mass Youth Soccer is currently formulating its position on concussions.  In the meantime, here is what all coaches can do both for the benefit of their players and to use in everyday life.  Go to the Center for Disease Control web site and take the free on-line concussion awareness course.  Parents, too! 

http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/training/index.html
Thank you for doing this.  Concussion Awareness Training is expected to become mandatory for all youth soccer coaches soon.  Let's all get in the forefront on concussion awareness.


by posted 04/07/2015
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