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FYSA - June Header 2015

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As spring comes to a close this month, we look forward to the arrival of summer and prepare for a new season of soccer! In this month’s issue of the FYSA Header, we take a look back at the State Cup Finals, highlight some great details about this year’s AGM, and we talk about the impact of social media habits for young soccer players. Be sure to read these stories in the articles below! We hope everyone has a great summer and good luck to the teams advancing to the US Youth Soccer Region III Championships!

Best Regards!

FYSA Staff


State Cup Finals

3847e3cb19fb478aa8e2088acc3dfbbf1_convertedTeams from around the state of Florida traveled to the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex in Auburndale for a chance to progress to the 2015 Region III Championships in North Little Rock, Arkansas. After a special presentation for Armed Forces Day, teams took to the field in a semifinal match that would last all Saturday. After the semifinals, championship games were held on Sunday.

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Annual General Meeting 2015

2015 LogoOur Annual General Meeting (AGM) is right around the corner! From July 30th to August 2nd, FYSA will be at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel and Spa in Lake Buena Vista, FL to bring you the best convention yet! We have partnered again with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America to bring you keynote speakers, field sessions, lectures, workshops and a great vendor show. Registration is now open, so stop by our website today for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!

AGM 2015

Social Media Habits for Young Players

3a477aa20403444bbbb0f6b3606e60391The information age has given high school students the ability to form opinions about colleges before ever stepping on a campus for a visit. But they’re not the only ones using the Internet to gather useful information. College coaches now have a much quicker and convenient way to form a first impression of a potential recruit’s character — through social media. For some young players, that may not be a good thing.

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