OYSS Key Dates for 2019
Feb 1st: Opening of registration for Spring season
Feb 15th: Opening of Mini World Cup Team registration
March 1st: First fee increase for Spring Registration; March 15th: Second fee increase for Spring Registration
March 29: Spring season registration closes. Mini World Cup registration closes
March 30: Opening to declare interest in the Grassroots Development Program (Tier 3) for fall. Opening for coach applications for Tier 3 program.
April 13: Start of Spring soccer Season
May 4th ,5th: Mini World Cup 2019 hosted by OYSS
May 13th: OYSS AGM
May 26th: Tier 3 declarations close. Coach applications due.
Week of June 3-7: Player evaluations for Tier 3 (if required)
June 1: Fall soccer registration opens (Tier 3 and House)
June 15: Last day of Spring Soccer
June 21st: Notice of Tier 3 selections; June 30th: Tier 3 Registration Closes
July 15th: First fee increase for Fall Registration; July 31st: Second fee increase for Fall Registration
August 23rd: Fall Soccer registration closes
September 6th: Tier 3 Rosters sent to UISA
September 14th: Start of fall soccer (house and pony)
November 16th: End of Fall Pony Soccer (U5, U6, U7/8, U9/10 boys). U9/10 Girls continue with interclub play.
1) All declarations and registrations must be made using the online registration system. An email to a coach or board member is not sufficient to reserve a spot.
2) Registration is not considered complete until payment is made. Registration fees must be made prior to players participating in soccer activities. Exceptions may be made in certain situations. Email the administrator with requests for late payment.
3) Refer to registration information on the OYSS website for cancellation and refund policies.
4) In order to run a separate U7/8 girls program, we need at least 24 players registered, otherwise they will play co-ed.
5) In order to run a local fall house program for U9/10 girls, we need at least 28 players registered. Otherwise girls will play in the Nanaimo interclub league (September – March), with possible travel to Nanaimo, Ladysmith and Gabriola.
6) Development (Tier 3) teams need at least 10 players for Super8 (U13) rosters. Maximum roster size is 14 players and is strictly enforced by UISA and BC Soccer
7) Development (Tier 3) teams need at least 14 players for 11v11 (U14 and up) rosters. Maximum roster size is 18 players and is strictly enforced by UISA and BC Soccer