Welcome -

Registration for our 2014 season is OPEN!!

In-Person Registration events are scheduled as follows:

Monday, May 12th @Noble Middle School 4-6PM

Wednesday, May 14th @Noble Middle School 5:30-7:30PM

Saturday, May 31st @Berwick Recreation Field 9:30-11:30AM

NEW this year, our registration form is a writable PDF! You can type it, print it, and then bring it to any of our above registration events. 
Download our form by clicking on this link: 2014 Registration Form

Please review our 2014 registration terms and conditions before registering.

More Upcoming Events:

BYSA Board Meeting
Thursday, June 12th
Room 210 ~ Noble Middle School
BYSA Annual Summer Camp
Saturday, June 28th
Berwick Recreation Field
This event is FREE for any child ages 4-12. The child does not need to be a registered player, and does not need to live in Berwick.

Saturday Morning Games are held at the Berwick Recreation Field, see below the parking map and our 2013 field layout map.

Practices are all held during the week at the Knowlton School. We have created a "zone" map to ensure that the fields are properly shared among the 4-5 teams that will be practicing every single week night. Please be considerate of the other teams using the fields at the same time.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us.


If you would like to know how you can help BYSA succeed for your children please attend our monthly meetings that take place on the second Thursday of every month! We welcome any ideas or suggestions you have! Thank you to everyone who volunteers for BYSA, our organization is strictly run by volunteers like you, and we can't do it without you!!
You're Invited!
What: Public Association Meeting
Where: Noble Middle School - Room 210
When: Second Thursday of the month at 7:30pm

Questions? Contact us via facebook, or email berwicksoccer@gmail.com

Our guidelines are now listed in one place so that you can find them easily. 
(Also accessed by the "Policies" link above and on the left.)
Our insurance policy requires that we enforce these policies.
Reminder: You agree to abide by these policies when you sign the registration form. If you have any questions, please ask.

No smoking is allowed on the grounds during practices or games.

No pets are allowed on the grounds during practices or games.
Player Equipment & Dress:
The following are guidelines for player equipment and dress for all BYSA  practices and games, and are in place for the safety of all players on the field.
  • Shin guards:  Mandatory for everyone.  Shin guards must be covered by socks.
  • Cleats:  Suggested for Mini Mites and Mites players, but mandatory for Bantam, Junior, and Senior players.  Soccer cleats do not have a toe cleat.
  • Mouth guards:  Optional for Mini Mites and Mites players, Strongly recommended for Bantam players, and Mandatory for Junior and Senior players.
  • Jewelry: All jewelry must be removed. Including newly pierced earrings.
  • Clothes:  Shorts or athletic pants of an appropriate length must be worn. When it gets colder, extra layers may be worn under the player's jersey. Sweatshirts, coats, hats, and hoods can be worn on the sidelines only.
  • Hair:  Only metal-free and plastic-free hair elastics and head bands are permitted. Feathers, tinsel, bandannas, or anything that may require a metal or plastic piece to affix it to the hair are not allowed.

If these guidelines are not met, the player will be told that they can not participate until they have the appropriate safety equipment/dress as stated above.


Volunteers Needed!
Berwick Youth Soccer is run entirely by volunteers. Can you help? Learn more
If you know of anyone in the community that would like to take part in a great organization that helps our children grow and maintain a healthy well-being, please feel free to contact the volunteer coordinator for further information. You are welcome to join our next board meeting to learn more. We are looking for individuals that are highly effective in communication, networking, dealing with multiple tasks, can be a face for the organization, and represent this activity for our children in a positive way.