2017 Girls Wild Card Teams Announced

Congratulations to the following Girls teams.  They have earned a placement as a Wild Card at the Tournament of Champions in Palm Desert on January 28 & 29, 2017

U10 Girls

Wild Card 1 PDYSL #1

Wild Card 2 UASA

 U12 Girls

Wild Card 1 RYSL

Wild Card 2 AVYSL

Wild Card 3 CYSO

Wild Card 4 UASA

U14 Girls

Wild Card 1 HDYSL

Wild Card 2 PDYSL

Wild Card 3 UASA

Wild Card 4 MBYSA

2017 Coed Wild Card Teams Announced

Congratulations to the following Coed teams have earned a placement as a Wild Card at the Tournament of Champions in Palm Desert on January 28 & 29, 2017

U10 Coed

Wild Card 1 MBYSA

Wild Card 2 CYSO #1

 U12 Coed

Wild Card 1 CYSO

Wild Card 2 MYSL

Wild Card 3 HDYSL

Wild Card 4 ESC

U14 Coed

Wild Card 1 TVSA

Wild Card 2 RYSL

Wild Card 3 VYSL

Wild Card 4 ESC

 

 

President Cup venue change

The location for the upcoming President’s Cup tournament taking place January 7 &  8 (coed) and  January 14 &  15 (girls) has been moved from the High Desert Youth Soccer League fields on Pahute Rd. to the new location of Apple Valley High School on Navajo.  The information is updated with specific details on the calendar. This location is only 1 mile from the old location.

Check-In date changed for President’s Cup

Sorry for the inconvenience but the first check-in date for President’s Cup check-in has been cancelled.   Both check-ins will now be held on Thursday, December 22 at the 2 separate locations: 6:00-8:30pm at Jersey’s Pizza, San Bernardino and 5:00-7:30pm at the Victor Valley Chamber, Victorville.

Tournament Rules Revised 11-30-2016

2016-2017 Tournament Rules have been changed to reflect the following addition

Coaches are not allowed to wear or use any type of headphones or listening devices as long as they are on the coaching sideline.

 

2016-2017 Tournament Rules Revised 09-07-16

There will be NO HEADING allowed in the U10 or U12 Divisions for all District 5 Post Season Recreational Tournament Play (this is a modified version of the Cal South rules).  If intentional heading occurs, it will result in an indirect free kick to be awarded and if deemed persistent by officiating staff may include a yellow card to the player and/or coach which may result in ejection.