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2016 will mark WA Youth Soccer's 50th Anniversary

Next year will mark the 50th year Anniversary for Washington Youth Soccer.
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Sideline Development - How parents can improve the game

As the sport of soccer continues to evolve in the United States, those involved in the game are refining best practices for player development to help provide the best environment for our young players to grow. Experts in coaching and child development have identified three key areas where parents can contribute to a better experience for the players.
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Washington Youth Soccer Announces Ben Oakley as Referee Program Director

Washington Youth Soccer is proud to announce Ben Oakley, a professional, collegiate and youth referee in Washington, as its new Referee Program Director. As Referee Program Director, Oakley will oversee all of Washington Youth Soccer’s officiating programs and referee development.
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Statement on USSF mandated rule changes

Over the past year, Washington Youth Soccer has been involved in discussions with our parent organizations, the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) and US Youth Soccer, regarding potential mandated rule changes to the youth soccer structure. At the USSF Board Meeting held July 5th, the USSF Board of Directors approved the Player Development Initiatives developed by, and proposed previously by, the National Coaching Staff.
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Washington Youth Soccer Of the Year Award Winners Announced

This past weekend, Washington Youth Soccer Of the Year award winners were announced and recognized at the Seattle Sounders FC 2 game at Starfire Sports.
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Washington Youth Soccer announces Kim Calkins as State Technical Director

Washington Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the state, is proud to announce Kim Calkins as its new Technical Director. As Technical Director, Calkins will lead the daily technical operations and staff for all Washington Youth Soccer development programs, competitions and leagues.​
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Volunteers Needed for Region IV Presidents Cup

The US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup takes place Jun 9-14 at Stocker Fields in Snohomish, and is in need of volunteers. The event will feature over 120 Boys & Girls teams in the U13-U17 age groups from the 14 western states. Winners will advance to the National Presidents Cup, July 9-12 in Overland Park, KS.
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