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Welcome to Plains Soccer In Association with WVYSA:
Here is What is Happening in Your Club:


Next Plains Soccer Association Meeting:

When:  Sunday, April 3, 2016 

Where:  Plains American Legion, Carey Street, Plains, PA  18705

Time:  8:00 P.M.


Plains Soccer Association meetings are open to all coaches and parents.
We strongly encourage you to get involved.


Plains Soccer Registration Information - All are held at the Plains American Legion, Carey Street, Plains:


Sunday, 3/20/2016 - 6 - 8 P.M.

Wednesday, 3/23/2016 - 6 - 8 P.M.

Sunday, 4/3/2016 - 6 - 8 P.M.

Sunday. 4/10/2016 - 6 - 8 P.M.


Save Time and Print and Fill out the Forms for the Registration and Parent Code of Conduct.



Fee:   Under 6 - $30

          U7 through U18 - $45

Any child Born In the calendar years 1999 – 2012 are eligible to play

Registrations between April 11, 2016 and July 1, 2016 are subject to a $15 per family late fee. ABSOLUTELY NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JULY 1, 2016. All fees are due at the time of registration. 

Mandatory candy fundraiser - one per family (optional buyout). 

All First time and Returning Players must supply a copy a birth certificate to the club.

For addition information, contact Harry Stella at harrystellaplainssoccer@hotmail.com or 570-793-8797.



A Referee Course is being Offered by WVYSA


The Wyoming Valley Youth Soccer Association is Sponsoring a One-Day

Grade 9 Referee Course.


The Referee Course to be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016

From 8 AM To 5 PM

At the Kingston Rec Center, 655 Third Avenue, Kingston, PA.


Students must be 14 years old.

Cost is $60.00

Please contact Ben Miller at 570-332-0666.  Email:  president@wvysa.org


If the student passes the referee course, contact Bob Lucchino to be placed on the

Plains Referee Contact List for the Fall Season. 

Phone numbers: 570-283-3478 (Home)

570-239-6797 Cell Phone

Email:  Lucgod1@peoplepc.com


















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OUR MISSION

 

Plains Soccer Association's mission is to develop and deliver quality youth soccer training, where everyone....player and spectator alike, builds positive character through participation.  The soccer environment will be
 a fun, friendly and family tradition, based on the sportsmanship of the soccer game.  Future generations of the
 Plains community will benefit from self-discipline and fair play gained through recreational activities.