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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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Washington Youth Soccer introduces the documentary film, PAC MEN

Washington Youth Soccer is proud to release PAC MEN, a documentary film on the experience of the Pacific Northwest SC 01 Maroon boys team at the 2015 US Youth Soccer Region IV (Far West) Championships last June in Boise.
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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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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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Seattle United B98 compete at the National Championships

The US Youth Soccer National Championships are taking place June 20-26 at Mohawk Sports Complex in Tulsa, Okla. Seattle United B98 Copa are competing for the Under-16 boys title in the oldest and most prestigious youth soccer national championship competition.
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Washington teams compete at Region IV (Far West) Championships

Twenty-eight Washington Youth Soccer teams advanced to the US Youth Soccer Region IV (Far West) Championships last month in Boise. The prestigious event, part of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, the oldest and most recognized youth soccer national championship competition, is the proving ground where over 10,000 teams across the country aspire to test themselves against the best teams from each state.
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3 WA Teams Compete at National Presidents Cup

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The 2015 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup kicks off July 9 in Overland Park, Kan. Teams will compete from July 9-12 to be crowned 2015 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup Champions. The tournament will feature 40 US Youth Soccer boys and girls teams in the Under-13 through Under-17 age groups.​
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