ABYSA spring soccer registration now open

ABYSA spring programs

Press release from the Asheville Buncombe Youth Soccer Association:

ABYSA Spring 2019 Recreation Soccer Registration still open: run through Jan 29 , 2019 

ABYSA Spring Recreation Soccer’s on-time deadline to register is Jan 29. Season runs March-mid-May. ABYSA Recreation Soccer is WNC’s most robust soccer program serving 2200 children each season. Teams are now forming in a neighborhood near you.  Programs available for children born in 2015–2000. Both boys and girls leagues in all age groups. Teams are formed by school and/or geography which allow practices to be close to home. Participating families should expect to be invited out to practice starting the last week of Feb. Online registration is quick and easy at www.abysa.org. Create an account and register your child today! 

ABYSA TOPSoccer – run through March 15 , 2019 

ABYSA TOPSoccer is a community based soccer program for young athletes with special needs ages 5-18.  The emphasis of this program is on development, training, and meaningful participation rather than on competition. ABYSA’s goal is to enable young athletes with disabilities to develop their physical fitness, technical skills, courage, and self-esteem, through the joy and excitement of the game of soccer.  You can register a child easily on our website at www.abysa.org. The cost of the program is $20.00 and each player will receive a uniform.  The program will end with a fun day and pizza party with a medal for each child.  Please contact Shane Weems at 828-299-7277 ext. 304 for questions.

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