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Eastchester Youth Soccer Registers Players For Spring

The Eastchester Youth Soccer Association is holding registration for its spring season.
The Eastchester Youth Soccer Association is holding registration for its spring season. Photo Credit: gwfsa.org

EASTCHESTER, N.Y. -- The Eastchester Youth Soccer Association is seeking players ages 4-15 to play in its 2015 spring soccer seasons.

Boys and girls from Eastchester, Bronxville and Tuckahoe are welcome.

The EYSA, a not-for-profit, volunteer-based soccer program, offers a recreation league that holds practices and games on weekends for players grouped by age. These are supplemented by training sessions provided by professional trainers who help develop skills and a love of the game.

The practices and games are held on playing fields in Eastchester, Tuckahoe and Bronxville, and the season runs from from April to June. The travel league offers soccer for players with a higher level of commitment.

Tryouts are held in the spring (usually in May) for the following season. Training sessions are held with professional trainers.

In addition to their participation in the Westchester Youth Soccer League’s regular season (fall and spring), the teams participate in occasional weekend tournaments and a winter Indoor season.

The EYSA will start the spring campaign the first week in April with practices. Games will begin that weekend. There are openings (if you register early) in all age groups for boys and girls who did not participate last spring.

To register for EYSA's 2015 season, visit www.sportssignup.com/eastchester.start or www.eysoccer.com for additional information and for online registration.

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