WYSA Guidelines
Westboro Youth Soccer Association's primary purpose is to provide a challenging and fun soccer experience for as many children as possible, in Westboro. We provide organizational support, guidance and direction for players, coaches and volunteers; the best coaching and instruction available; a safe playing environment; and, where appropriate, fair and challenging competition. We promote the values of fair play, good sportsmanship and both team and individual accomplishment.
BAYS Information
The WYSA is in the Boston Area Youth Soccer league (BAYS). The objective of the BAYS is to develop and promote a vital and exciting soccer program among the participating clubs. This will be accomplished through programs of organized competitive soccer play and programs designed to educate and develop players, coaches and referees.

What is the MTOC?

The Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC) is a season-ending tournament sponsored by Mass Youth Soccer that brings together age/gender group champions from participating travel leagues. Each of these leagues establish their own guidelines, including league playoffs, to determine their representatives to this tournament. The leagues that participate in MTOC are: Berkshire, BAYS, Coastal, Essex, MAYS, Middlesex, Nashoba, Pioneer Valley, South Coast and South Shore.

What is the Presidents Cup?

The BAYS Presidents Cup is a season-ending tournament (in the spring) sponsored by BAYS League for those teams that have chosen to play in competitive but not strictly recreational flights.  

For more information on the leagues and flights please go to the appropriate age group. For more information on BAYS, please go to their website at www.bays.org.

Code of Conduct

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The BAYS Code of Conduct should be taken very seriously. Your teams should know them, following them, and represent themselves as young athletes during practice, official team activities, and official game play.

Follow the Code

  1. Play to win.
  2. Play fair.
  3. Observe the laws of the game.
  4. Respect opponents, teammates, referees, officials and spectators.
  5. Accept defeat with dignity.
  6. Promote the interests of football.
  7. Reject corruption, drugs, racism, violence and other dangers to our sport. Football's huge popularity sometimes makes it vulnerable to negative outside interests.
  8. Help others to resist corrupting pressures.
  9. Denounce those who attempt to discredit our sport.
  10. Honor those who defend football's good reputation.

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