Fall 2018 Registration
In‐Person Events @ Round Table—3212 S. White Road 95148
REGISTRATION DATES & LOCATIONS:
Roundtable Pizza; 3212 S.White Rd, SJ 95148
June 9 (Saturday) 11am to 12pm
June 30 (Saturday) 11am to 12pm
July 10 (Tuesday) 6:30pm to 8pm
ONLINE REGISTRATION WILL NOW OPEN @
Fees *Register before June 15 for $10.00 Discount
Age Groups: U6 – U8 for $125
Age Groups: U10 – U12 for $150
Sibling Discount of $10 off one registration
Make check out to “MHYSL”
Non‐refundable Fees include referee, uniforms, select photo packet and award costs.
Sign‐up Requirements for both Returning & New Players
All forms will be provided at walk-in registration locations
1) Birth certificate or passport required only to verify birthdate (No copy needed)
2) Two completed and signed copies of the registration form
3) Liability card/disclosure form signed for player card/disclosure
4) For U12 & older players only: 1"x1-1/4" color photo of player’s head (no hats or sunglasses) NOTE: picture should fit in box to the right
MHYSL is looking for coaching staff & team parents to work with our youth. It is the volunteers within our community that help grow our youth soccer players into great athletes. Our Board is comprised of volunteers who strive to serve the community. You too can explore becoming a Board member by visiting www.mhysl.com.
MHYSL is looking for coaching staff & team parents to work with our youth. It is volunteers within our community that help grow our youth soccer players into great athletes. Our Board is...
Equipment Required for Playing Soccer
The required equipment for playing soccer is specified in the Laws of the Game which is created by the association of soccer.
To play soccer you only need to have approved shin guards and a pair of soccer shoes. Equipment for soccer is generally cheap, which makes it affordable for anyone to buy.
If you play soccer often you may want to invest in some quality soccer shoes, but I want you to remember that the shoes will not increase your soccer skills.
Keep in mind that Diego Maradona (one of the greatest players of all time) didn’t have any soccer shoes until he turned 16 years old. The basic equipment needed for soccer is the following:
This is probably the most important part of the equipment for soccer. With quality cleats you will be able to perform better, but as I said before, even the most expensive shoes will not transform you into a star player.
It’s very important to try your shoes on before buying them. Most soccer shoes need to sit tight as they will stretch due to moisture. You also need to determine if the shoe model is made for your feet (thin vs. wide).
There are many different styles and sizes, please ask if there is an option to try on before purchasing.
Usually this is the most cheap part of equipment needed for soccer and I recommend you to have at least 2-3 pair.