The Lehigh Valley Youth Soccer League's Spring 2018 season entrance process is now open. The deadline for entering is Sunday, March 4, at 11:59 p.m.
The season will begin play on Saturday, April 7, and all games must be completed by Sunday, June 3. There will be no games played on Memorial Day Weekend (May 26, 27). Spring league play guarantees a maximum of eight games for all competing teams. For the detailed timeline of Spring 2018 season events, please see the news post linked HERE.
Costs for entry in the Spring 2018 season are the l the same for the 2017/2018 seasonal year as it was in the 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 seasonal years.
- Current LVYSL teams playing in their second season - $100
- Small-sided teams (U9 - U12) - $295
- Large-sided teams: (U13 - U19) - $420
- *Secondary teams in their second season - $140
*Secondary teams are defined as teams getting their passes and roster from a different league.
Please be reminded that individual teams should not enter the season unless explicity instructed by their club representative or registrar to do so. The LVYSL process is designed to have one club official enter all teams so that the club can easily submit one all-inclusive payment with the required paperwork. An e-mail with specific season entrance instructions has been sent to club officials for dissemination to its parties responsible for this process.
Club officials can begin the season entrance process for their teams by clicking HERE.
Should a team's entrance information need to be updated or changed, you can do so by logging in with your e-mail address, team # and pin # right HERE. All of that information is contained within the entrance confirmation e-mail that you received. Please remember that after you have logged in and updated your information you must click the Save and proceed to checkout button at the bottom of the page to be sure your updates have been saved.
Please direct any questions to LVYSL Executive Director Gary R. Blockus at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy what's left of the winter, and good luck this spring!