Seasons: Fall 8/1-10/31
Players are placed on the team that is appropriate for their age and level of skill.
Traveling teams may or may not be co-ed depending on the number of players who register.
Registration includes insurance and tournament fees.
Each player is responsible for their own shin guards and soccer cleats.
Please remember that DYS does not cover transportation, food and/or lodging.
Casper Fall Classic: September 10-11, 2022
Fremont Toyota Shootout: October 1-2, 2022
Meyer Dana Classic: October 7-9, 2022
Fright Fest: October 21-23, 2022
Teams have been created and practices are underway.
Parents, please take the time to review the Sideline Project.
Info is attached below.
Good Luck Douglas Soccer!
TAKE THE 2023 SIDELINE PLEDGE
Last year at this time, we introduced you to the Sideline Project, which was a new initiative of the Soccer Parenting Association.
If you joined the movement, thank you! We are, once again, as we start our new season of soccer in Wyoming, asking you to take the Sideline Pledge to make youth soccer better!
We all know that our youth soccer sidelines need to be improved. Undeniable, right? When talking about what needs to change, the conversation usually shifts to the hostile behavior. Yes, of course - we must absolutely end hostile behavior through strong club and state policies for referee (and sadly player) abuse.
But what about the much more prevalent distracting behavior on the sidelines? What would happen to the experience our children have while competing if well intentioned spectators stopped telling them what to do?
The Sideline Project was created to see what happens when parents and coaches learn the difference between supportive and distracting behavior.
Do your part to make youth soccer better by watching a short educational pledge video, reading the pledge and adding your name to the virtual pledge wall.
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD