What equipment does my child need?
TEYSA provides each player with a jersey, shorts, socks, and a soccer ball, which will be distributed at the first practice. Players need shin guards, cleats, and water bottles at practices and games.
How do I know if fields are open for practices and games?
Field closure information, when received from TESD and Tredyffrin Township, will be posted on the home page. This is the best place to check for updated information. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, the posting generally occurs sometime before 7:30 am. On weekdays, the posting generally occurs by 3:30PM. TEYSA does its best to post a timely notice on its website in the event of field closures.
How are canceled games made up?
When Saturday games are cancelled, makeup games will be scheduled for the day after. A shorter, modified schedule will be used and games will begin at noon.
How many kids are on a team? What size ball? How long are the games and what about the players?
An overview of equipment, games and players is available on the Rules page.
What are some of the key rules for spectators?
- Cheering is welcome but refrain from coaching from the sidelines
- Spectators should have no communications with referees during the game
- Players and other children should not play on or hang from the goals
- Spectators should sit on the opposite side of the field from coaches and players, with no spectators behind the goals
- Dogs are not allowed on our fields at any time, and smoking is prohibited