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2021 FYSA Annual AGM

By FYSA 04/27/2021, 12:30pm EDT

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Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) is proud to announce that the 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) & Vendor Showcase will take place from August 6-8, 2021 at the JW Marriott, Grande Lakes in Orlando, FL. This premier destination is close to many local attractions and spacious complex grounds provides the perfect venue for this year's AGM. Returning to an in-person event this year, the 47th annual AGM provides the soccer community with an exclusive opportunity to visit educational workshops, listen to special guest speakers,  and attend a massive vendor showcase with the newest equipment available to youth soccer players. 

Event Details:
2021 FYSA Annual General Meeting & Vendor Showcase
August 6-August 8, 2021
JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes (4040 Central Florida Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32837)

 

 
REGISTER FOR THE AGM
 

 

Book Your Hotel Accommodations

As part of the FYSA AGM, JW Marriot, Grande Lakes has special room rates available for all attendees who book PRIOR TO THURSDAY, JULY 8. 2021 by using the link below.  Please note, parking and resort fee are additional.

BOOK YOUR ROOM NOW

If you have any questions, please contact the FYSA Office at info@fysa.com

 

CLICK HERE for more information on the 2021 FYSA Annual General Meeting

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2021 Champions Cup - May 22-23

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Sanford, Apopka, Kissimmee, Winter Garden & Clermont, FL

 

Boys & Girls U8-U19

The Florida Rush Soccer Club is excited to announce the 10th Annual Champions Cup which will be held the weekend of May 22-23, 2021 in Sanford, Apopka, Winter Garden, Kissimmee, and Clermont, Florida. Specific age groups will be assigned to one of five facilities for the tournament. The Champions Cup offers three levels of competition: Gold, Silver, and Bronze for U8 through U18 boys and girls teams, plus the U9 Future Stars for U8 teams and a 11v11 division for U12 teams looking to play full-sided soccer. The Champions Cup will be played Saturday and Sunday, May 22-23, 2021. Local teams may be asked to play on Friday evening, May 21, 2021. The Champions Cup is sanctioned by FYSA and is opened to all US Soccer affiliates (US Club Soccer, USSSA, AYSO, etc.). Champions and Finalists will be awarded medals.

FYSA Code Of Ethics

 

Players

•     I will encourage good sportsmanship from fellow players, coaches, officials and parents at 
all times.
•     I will remember that soccer is an opportunity to learn and have fun.
•     I deserve to play in an environment that is free of drugs, tobacco, and alcohol; and expect 
everyone to refrain from their use at all soccer games.
•     I will do the best I can each day, remembering that all players have talents and weaknesses 
the same as I do.
•     I will treat my coaches, other players and coaches, game officials, other administrators, and 
fans with respect at all times; regardless of race, sex, creed, or abilities, and I will expect to 
be treated accordingly.
•     I will concentrate on playing soccer. Always giving my best effort.
•     I will play by the rules at all times.
•     I will at all times control my temper, resisting the temptation of retaliation.
•     I will always exercise self control.
•     My conduct during competition towards play of the game and all officials shall be in 
accordance with appropriate behavior and in accordance with FIFA’s “Laws of the Game,” and in 
adherence to FYSA rules.
•     While traveling, I shall conduct myself so as to bring credit to myself and my team.
•     I shall not possess, consume or distribute before, during or after any game or at any other 
time at the field and/or game complex alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or unauthorized prescription 
drugs.
•     I will never use abusive or insulting language. I will treat everyone with dignity.

Coaches/Volunteers

•     I will never place the value of winning before the safety and welfare of all players.
•     I will always show respect for players, other coaches, and game officials.
•     I will lead by example, demonstrating fair play and sportsmanship at all times.
•     I will demonstrate knowledge of the rules of the game, and teach these rules to my players.
•     I will never use abusive or insulting language. I will treat everyone with dignity.
•     I will not tolerate inappropriate behavior, regardless of the situation.
•     I will not allow the use of anabolic agents or stimulants, drugs, tobacco, or alcohol by any 
of my players.
•     I will never knowingly jeopardize the eligibility and participation of a student-athlete.
•     Youth have a greater need for example than criticism. I will be the primary soccer role 
model.
•     I will at all times conduct myself in a positive manner.
•     Coaching is motivating players to produce their best effort, inspiring players to learn, and 
encouraging players to be winners.
•     My actions on sidelines during games shall be in the spirit of “good sportsmanship” at all 
times. Profanity, profane gestures, arguing, inciting disruptive behavior by spectators

and/or players, or any conduct not in the spirit of good sportsmanship, shall require disciplinary 
action from the affiliate.
•     I shall not possess, consume or distribute before, during or after any game or at any other 
time at the field and/or game complex alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or unauthorized prescription 
drugs.
•     I will refrain from any activity or conduct that may be detrimental or reflect adversely upon 
FYSA, its members or its programs.
•     I will accurately and completely complete the coach/volunteer application form and by 
application attest to the accuracy of the information submitted.

Parents/Spectators


•     I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, 
coaches, game officials, and administrators at all times.
•     I will place the emotional and physical well being of all players ahead of any personal 
desire to win.
•     I will support the coaches, officials, and administrators working with my child, in order to 
encourage a positive and enjoyable experience for all.
•     I will remember that the game is for the players, not for the adults.
•     I will ask my child to treat other players, coaches, game officials, administrators, and fans 
with respect.
•     I will always be positive.
•     I will always allow the coach to be the only coach.
•     I will not get into arguments with the opposing team’s parents, players, or coaches.
•     I will not come onto the field for any reason during the game.
•     I will not criticize game officials.
•     I shall not possess, consume or distribute before, during or after any game or at any other 
time at the field and/or game complex alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs or unauthorized prescription 
drugs.
•     I will refrain from any activity or conduct that may be detrimental or reflect adversely upon 
FYSA, its members or its programs.

failure to comply may result in the suspension of your privilege to participate in FYSA sanctioned 
events, for the following periods:

1st offense -- suspension for a minimum of thirty (30) days to a maximum of five (5) years. 2nd 
offense -- suspension for a minimum of one (1) year to a maximum of ten (10) years. 3rd offense -- 
suspension for a minimum of five (5) years to a maximum of fifty (50) years.

NOTE: Any individual charged with a violation of this Code of Ethics shall be afforded due process as 
defined in FYSA’s Rule Section 600 before the implementation of any suspension.

 

Upcoming Events!

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GCF League Meeting - Monday May 10 at 7:30

Agenda Items:

1) Scholarships

2) Playoffs

3) GCF AGM

4) FYSA AGM

5) Coach Red Cards

6) Red Card Procedure

all red cards are to have a game report and supplemental filled out on this website!

The Form Below Must Be Signed By Each Player And Coach Before Participating

Quick Links

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Parents Page

We have a "For Parents" page under "Players" that has information and articles that all parents need to know. Check it out!

Mobile Website

You can also access our website on your phone, or other devices, by going to GCFSoccer.com.

Associating a New Club with GCF

Got Soccer requires each team to apply for association with GCF. This is a simple process and only needs to be done once. After your club's initial acceptance, your association with GCF will carry over from season to season. Once your initial club association is finalized, you will then be able to place your teams into the appropriate division.

Instructions for associating your club with GCF:

1) Log into your GOT Soccer Organization account and select the "Home" tab.

2) In the navy blue menu bar, select "Events".

3) In the gray menu bar, select "Search".

4) In the Find Event search tool, type "GCF" for the Event Name and click "GO".

5) In the search results, click on upcoming "GCFYSL Fall/Spring 20__ Season".

6) In the box, League Application Form, locate the Club Application and click on "Apply Now". (Please do NOT use the Team Application at this time.)

7) Click on "Apply to GCFYSL Fall/Spring 20__ Season".

8) Click on "Join League".

9) A pop-up window may appear notifying you that you may add teams at a later date, click OK.

10) Your club association with GCF is now complete!