Players wishing to participate on any T-CYSA team must first register with T-CYSA.
All coaches (U6-U19), assistant coaches (U6-U19), and competitive team managers (U11-U19) must receive a WSYSA risk management clearance before working with their players. This clearance is applied for as part of the volunteer registration process described on this page.
The recreational program is for children ages 5-13 (U6-U14). It is a non-competitive program designed to teach the FUNdamentals of soccer in a friendly atmosphere in which all players get equal playing time. All games are scheduled on Saturdays at the T-CYSA Soccer Complex in Pasco.
Competitive clubs offer competitive soccer programs for children ages 10-18 (U11-U19). There are different levels of competitive soccer to choose from. These programs involve travel, mostly within Washington and neighboring states. Most teams participate in various tournaments. See the clubs page for more information.
Separate Accounts Needed
Our registration system requires separate accounts for recreational and competitive programs; it is not smart enough to let a single account serve multiple programs. It also requires separate accounts for each competitive program; if you already have an account for one competitive club, you need to create a separate account for a different competitive club.
For example, say you have two children, three years apart in age. When you register the older child for U6, you create an account for the recreational programs. Call this “Account R”. When you register the younger child for U6, three years later, you add the younger child to your existing Account R. When you first register the older child for a competitive club, you create an account for this club. Call this “Account C”. You will use Account R to register the younger child and Account C to register the older child until you register the younger child for the competitive club, at which point you add the younger child to your existing Account C.
Register to Play
- Check one of the following pages to determine which age group a player belongs in, how much it costs to register, and important dates.
- If you cannot afford to register your child, you can apply for a scholarship.
Register to Volunteer
If you have an existing account in the system (from registering your child to play or from registering to volunteer), use that account to register to volunteer. Otherwise, create a new account by choosing the “NO, I do not have a member account” option when it is presented to you. Click one of the following links to begin:
Note that registering to volunteer is a separate process from choosing a volunteer position for the parent/guardian during the player registration process.