Danbury Youth Soccer Club is a non-profit organization. It operates under the general auspices of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) but is governed locally through its own Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is charged with providing

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SPRING KICKOFF: Academy, Friday, April 24 -- In-House, Saturday, April 25

Valerie Howe (Val) is a member of our DYSC family. Read what her daughter Elizabeth is trying to do and please share their story ...

Posted by Danbury Youth Soccer Club on Thursday, March 26, 2015

 

DYSC now accepting applications for the 2015 Phillip Fiore Sr. Scholarship

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G-Certificate Coaching Course

Here's DYSC President Michael Diker talking about the 65 participants that attended the G-Certificate Coaching Course in Danbury on March 7, 2015, presented by Mario Prata, CJSA Director of Coaching. The course consisted of 2.5 hours in the classroom and 1.5 hours on the field. Upon successful completion of the course, each participant received a G-Course Certificate.


In-house Referee Clinic

The class is now full. Additional requests will be put on a waiting list.

The class will be held April 2nd from 3PM-6PM at Broadview Middle School in my classroom. The on-field portion will be held on April 18 from 9AM-Noon. Referee candidates are expected to attend attend both sessions.There is no cost to attend.

Send waiting list requests to: .

Thank you
Dallas Moore
In-House Referee Assignor


Danbury Youth Soccer Club Thanks Mr. Buck and the City for supporting DYSC

DANBURY -- Subway co-founder Peter Buck didn't like the idea that his purchase of a city-owned field would displace 450 children in the Danbury Youth Soccer Club.

So the billionaire philanthropist told the city that the soccer players can stay as long as they need to while a replacement field is built. Read the full News-Times story ...


 


We exist
to promote and develop the sport of Soccer for the youth of Greater Danbury by providing avenues of participation at various skill levels that meets the needs of our membership.

Our goal is to continue encouragement of all young people to participate in the game, while having fun and learning to develop their own skills.

DYSC sponsors competitive play for its youth players at four different levels of competition:

  • Recreational (U5-U18);
  • Developmental (U7-U9);
  • Travel (U10-U18); 
  • and Premier (U12-U18).

DYSC teams compete in recreational, travel and premier leagues throughout Connecticut under the auspices of the CJSA, as well as participate in highly competitive tournaments throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic States.

Danbury Youth Soccer Club is a non-profit, 501c3, volunteer organization.



Field Status
Kenosia #1 - Danbury OPEN (4/20) 
Kenosia #2 - Danbury OPEN (4/20) 
Kenosia #3 - Danbury OPEN (4/20) 
Kenosia #4 - Danbury OPEN (4/20) 
Turf - Kaplanis - Danbury OPEN (4/20) 
Turf - Perry - Danbury OPEN (4/20) 
Union Carbide - Danbury OPEN (4/20)