June 11-13 at Griese Park
Grades K-4 @5:30-7pm
Grades 5-9 @5:30-7:30pm
Multiple stations, run by student athletes and HS coaches. These will include a variety of small-sided games to enforce soccer
skills. Kids will have fun while learning soccer skills. Players will move from station to station and will be fully engaged for the entire duration of the camp.
Camp coaching staff: High School Coaches (Boys and Girls Coaching Staff), players and alumni.
All players should bring water, shin guards and ball with name marked on ball.
We are having a great opportunity for teams and individuals to have their pictures taken on May 31, 2017.
All players are expected to attend even if they are not planning to get a picture taken as they are team pictures.
5-8:00 Wednesday May 31, 2017
Rain Date: 5-8:00 Thursday June 1, 2017
Picture Day Information:
Players should arrive 15-20 minutes prior to their scheduled time. Late arrivals can throw the entire schedule off and inconvenience all the teams that follow.
Individual pictures will be taken before team pictures. Arriving prior to your team time allows for this. Opportunities for pictures with siblings, coaches, etc. will be possible, but all participants must be together and ready.
Delays effect the entire schedule.
Order forms/envelopes will be distributed by each team coach approximately 10-14 days before picture day. Players should arrive with the order envelope filled out and payment in the envelope. Picture Pro accepts MC, Visa, personal checks and exact cash.
All teams should wear their full uniform, including shin guards and cleats.
A MYSA volunteer will be at Griese Park to help organize the shoot and work with the photographer.
Check out the article about the new press box at Griese Park. Thanks to Tammy Simon and Tara Mannigel from the Marshfield Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) board partnering with Forward Financial, Marshfield High School, Columbus Catholic High School and Marshfield Parks and Rec to fund the build.
A big thanks also goes to the Construction Capstone course for seniors planning to pursue careers in construction where students complete a variety of experiential learning projects based on needs in the Marshfield community. This fall Aaron Scheuer, Marshfield High School technology education teacher, and his students built the press box at Griese Park.
MYSA is dedicated to the promotion of competitive youth soccer in the Marshfield area through the development of personal fitness and technical skills, cooperative team play and exemplary sportsmanship.