RYSA’s Rec soccer program is designed to teach players soccer skills, teamwork and sportsmanship in an environment where participation and fun are the focus, not competition. The philosophy of the RYSA Recreational Soccer program is to ensure that all Rochester area youth have the opportunity to learn the game of soccer. The program provides a low-cost, safe and structured soccer experience for all area youth in grades 1-12 and can serve as a starting point before moving to more competitive programs.
REC: Registrationregister online
Fall Rec 2013 registration is available from May 15, 2013 thru July 15, 2013.
NOTE: By registering for an RYSA activity, you agree to the following statement: I, the parent/guardian of the registrant, a minor, agree that the registrant and I will abide by the rules of the RYSA, MYSA and USYSA, its affiliated organizations and sponsors. Recognizing the possibility of physical injury associated with soccer and in consideration for the RYSA accepting the registrant for its soccer programs and activities (the “programs”), I hereby release, discharge and/or otherwise indemnify the RYSA, MYSA, USYSA, its affiliated organizations and sponsors, their employees and associated personnel, including the owners of the fields and facilities utilized for the programs, against any claim by or on behalf of the registrant as result of the registrant’s participation in the programs and/or being transported to or from the same, which transportation I hereby authorize.
Refund policy: Refund policy: Once registered, players requesting to opt out of their registration prior to end of regular registration will receive a refund for fees paid at registration minus twenty dollars. Players requesting to opt out after registration has closed will not receive a refund. The only exception to this will be for season-ending injuries that occur between the date of the player's registration and the conclusion of the first game of the current Rec season, in which case they will also receive a refund for fees paid at registration minus twenty dollars after providing RYSA with a doctor's note.