Brooklyn Youth Soccer is a youth soccer league located in the

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Brooklyn, CT
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The mission of Brooklyn Youth Soccer ("BYS") is to organize and provide an environment for the youth of Brooklyn and surrounding communities to learn and play the game of soccer.  The program is designed to teach soccer skills to youth of all ages and skill levels and to educate them on the rules of the game.  BYS promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, respect, discipline, leadership, self-confidence and fair play.  By working together with coaches, parents and players, BYS seeks provide an opportunity for youth to compete in a fun, encouraging, and positive atmosphere.



Online Registration - NOW OPEN  - Players, coaches and volunteers registers online by---> CLICKING HERE - credit card, debit card or Paypal required.  Coaches and Volunteers registration is FREE.

Fall Soccer Informational Letter ----> Download Here

In-Person Dates: NO FURTHER DATES; Online or Mail Only thru 8/17/18

Mail-in registration: Mail-in registrations with payments included and post-marked on or before August 17th may be sent to:

Brooklyn (CT) Youth Soccer, Inc.,

P.O. Box 435

Brooklyn, CT 06234

Costs: $50 (1 child); $95 (2); $115 (3+)

Ages: Kids 4 (by Oct. 31st) to 14 (born between 10/31/2014 to 1/1/2005) are eligible to play  (NOTE: No 18U in Fall soccer; No HS Freshmen)

What You Need: 1. One player registration form for each child; 2. Copy of child’s birth certificate (if new to Brooklyn Youth Soccer);

Coaches Needed: Register FREE @ or mail in the Coach-Volunteer Registration Form.

Forms: All mail-in forms can also be downloaded from the League Documents Page

NOTE: Registration fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.  A $15 late fee will apply to any request to register or to any mail-in registration postmarked after August 17, 2018.  BYS reserves the right to reject late registrations based on space availability.


Email questions to: John Newson, President @



CJSA Northeast District Rules of Competition provides:

1. “RESPONSIBLE PARTY”: COACHES are responsible for themselves, their players AND their spectators;

2. EXCEPT FOR making substitutions, indicating on field emergencies and direct responses to a referee, no COACH or SPECTATOR shall directly address a referee or do anything that conveys criticism of a referee;

3. FIRST OFFENSE: The official will warn the coach and/or direct the coach to warn the involved spectator;

4. ADDITIONAL OFFENESES: An offending Coach will be DISMISSED from the match / Referee will stop match and inform coach that the offending spectator must LEAVE the field and surrounding area immediately

5. FAILURE TO COMPLY will result in the match being abandoned!!!!

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