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Welcome to OYSC!
Oshkosh Youth Soccer Club
P.O. Box 2621
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54903

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The OYSC is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization.


2019 Important Dates
Coach Handout & Ref Meeting
April 20, 2019
Season Starts
May 6, 2019
U16 Girls Begins
June 5, 2019
U16 Boys & U19 Coed Begins
June 6, 2019
Soccer Saturday
July 13, 2019
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July 2019 Newsletter

The OYSC newsletter for July 2019 is now available. You may download it by clicking here. A PDF reader is required to view the newsletter.


3v3 Soccer Tournament

OYSC is hosting a 3v3 soccer tournament in August at Winnebago County Park. Registration opens on Friday, June 21st. For more information, email info@oysc.org or click here.


2020 Online Registration Now Open!

Registration for the 2020 season will again be ONLINE! This has allowed us to keep our deadline as Nov. 1, 2019. Players are not registered until the registration process is completed online, the fee is paid, and a picture of the player is provided. OYSC reserves the right to require presentation of a birth certificate and/or verification of legal address in the event there is any question about the age or address of the player. Using an incorrect date of birth or an address that is not yours, will result in the forfeiture of registration fees, as well as participation in the organization. Teams are based on the area where you live. Due to the number of players in our club, we do not accept requests for team placement. All teams are final. Registrations received after the November 1st deadline are subject to team placement based on availability and will be charged an additional $20.00 late fee per child. Registering on time gives us a more accurate idea of the number of roster spaces needed. By registering the majority of players before the number of teams are set, we assure that as many players as possible get to play without paying for jerseys that go unused. Below is the fee schedule, as well as the Nights of Play information. Please click on the link below for the online registration instructions.

NEW IN 2020: There will no longer be a U16 division. Due to low numbers in the U16 division, we have eliminated it and now have the High School Coed Division. Players born in 2005 will have the option of choosing the U15 division OR the High School Division. A player CANNOT register for the High School Division unless they have completed their freshman year in high school during the 2019-2020 school year. Players that have completed 8th grade during the 2019-2020 school year can ONLY register in the U15 division. Due to middle school sports and activities in the spring, the U15 division will begin in June and play 2 games a week. This should alleviate any conflict players may have with school sports and activities.

2020 Fee Schedule

Age Group
Birth Year
Fee
U6 & U8
2012-2015
$63.00
U10 & U12
2008-2011
$70.00
U15 & High School Coed
2001-2007
$80.00

Late fee after the Nov. 1, 2019 deadline -- $20.00

All registration fees are final. No refunds.



When Will I Play in 2020?

Except where indicated below, the 2019 season will run from May 4, 2020 through July 2, 2020. Soccer Saturday will be Saturday, July 11th, 2020. Practice day, time and location will be determined by the volunteer coach.

Year Born
Division
Night(s) of Play
2014-2015
U6
Thursday
2012-2013
U8
Tuesday
2010-2011
U10
Wednesday
2008-2009
U12
Monday
2005-2007
U15
Wed. & Fri. *
2001-2005
High School Coed
Mon. & Thu. *

* - U15 starts June 3rd & High School Coed starts June 4th and play twice a week, see above. U15 will NOT have games on June 12th. Makeup games for June 12th will be on Sun., June 29th.

No games will be played on July 3rd.

Please click here for online registration instructions.


Clarification of Build Out Line Rule

At U8 and U10 only, a "Build Out Line" will be used only from a goal kick as stated below:

  • From a goal kick only.
  • Offensive players must move behind the build out line until the ball is kicked into play.
  • The ball is in play when it leaves the penalty area.
  • After the ball leaves the penalty area, the offensive players can cross the build out line and play resumes as normal.