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Spring Registration
This is a reminder to register for spring soccer (if you haven't...
Fall Season Information
Hi Everyone, As we prepare for the season to begin this weekend...
Fall Season Calendar
The most up to date calendar and information will always be on the...
Edible Arrangements MYS Offer
Don't forget about this great offer. They make a great gift especially...
We are looking for nominations for the Coach of te Month Award....
Spring Registration

This is a reminder to register for spring soccer (if you haven't registered already). It is better to register today because once the holiday season starts it is very easy to forget.


Spring registration is now open.

Register before December 31st to ensure that you reserve your spot and avoid paying the late fee.  After December 31st registrations will be considered late (KG, G1, G2 and G9 & above age groups have a later date).  Late registrations will be assessed a late fee, will be placed on a wait list and will not be guaranteed placement on a team.

Sign up today by clicking here.

by posted 09/28/2017
Fall Season Information

Hi Everyone,

As we prepare for the season to begin this weekend I wanted to bring a couple of items to your attention to ensure that the season runs smoothly.

Everyone should show up early and be prepared to start games and practices on time.  Players can wear sneakers or soccer cleats, but no baseball/softball or football cleats.  Shin guards must be worn for practices and games.  There should be no jewelry other than medical alerts, no exceptions (earrings can be removed from newly pierced ears and replaced after the game/practice without any issues).  These rules are for the safety of all the players.

Everyone should read the Zero Tolerance Policy ( click here to view policy) and MYS Code of Conduct (included below). We are an organization that follows these policies and expects our volunteers, players and parents to as well.  If you have any questions, please let me know because everyone will be held accountable for their actions and adherence to both policies.

Parents should cheer for their children but not try to coach them.   We have coaches to work with the players and often a parent giving advice to a player only confuses the player especially if their instructions go against what the coach has asked them to do.

Please remember youth soccer is about development, winning means absolutely nothing.

We are looking forward to a great season,

Adam Matthews
Marlboro Youth Soccer


Code of Conduct

  • Through submitting the membership application for my child, I also am a member of the Club, and am therefore subject to the Club's rules, and to the rules and regulations of the organizations to which the Club belongs.
  • My child plays soccer for his or her benefit, not mine.
  • I will not give instructions to players -- that is the coach's role.
  • I will never question the referee's judgment, integrity or honesty.
  • I will support all efforts to eliminate verbal and physical abuse from the game of soccer.
  • At all times I will show respect for the players, the coaching team, referees, and opposing players and coaches.
  • I will teach my child that doing one's best is as important as winning, so that my child will never feel defeated by the outcome of a game.
  • I will make my child feel like a winner by offering praise for competing fairly and doing their best.
  • I will encourage my child to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.
  • Children learn by example. I will applaud good plays by both my child's team and their opponents.
  • I will make sure that my child arrives for practices and games at the time designated by the coach.
  • I realize that the team can be penalized for my behavior. I will obey a request by a referee or from the team's coach to leave the vicinity of the field.

by posted 09/08/2017
Fall Season Calendar

The most up to date calendar and information will always be on the website and we will send out detailed emails prior to events but we will send out calendar updates periodically.



21 - Grade 3 and older Coach's meeting (ForeKicks Marlboro)

28 - Grade 2 and younger Coach's meeting (ForeKicks Marlboro)

Note: You should hear from your coach within a week after the appropriate coach's meeting.  If you haven't heard after a week please contact the Division Director.  If you are on a waiting list you will be contacted by the Division Director as soon as they are able to place your child or to let you know that there are no openings for this season.



9 - Season Scheduled to start

16 - Pictures

18 - MYS at Chill

30 - Pictures



17 - MYS at Kindles



30 - Nominations for 2018 Slate Due



11 - Board Meeting with 2018 Slate Vote

31 - Spring Player Registrations Deadline

by posted 08/14/2017
Edible Arrangements MYS Offer

Don't forget about this great offer. They make a great gift especially this time of year!



Edible Arrangements is offering our members, SAVE 10% on purchase of $55+ and an additional 10% will be donated to the Marlboro Youth Soccer Association* Code: MYSA2017 | Expires: 12/10/2017. Click here for complete details.

Great treat for back to school, end of summer parties or the start of the soccer season!

by posted 08/01/2017

We are looking for nominations for the Coach of te Month Award. Please respond to this message with the Coach's name and your reason for nominating them.




The MYS Board sponsors a Coach of the Month award program. We are looking for you to send us nominations for your Coach or another MYS Coach that you see do something exceptional.

Please send the name of the coach and your reason for nominating them to Adam Matthews.

Thank you for helping us reward the exceptional coaches that go above and beyond,

MYS Board.

Last Month's winner is listed below. To see all previous winners click here.

September - Cori Ketchi

Coach Cori is very dedicated to her team and is always fully engaged. She is able to build a rapport with the players and able to communicate with them in a way that they understand. Cori is coaching 3 teams this season and the last couple of weeks of the season not only does she have the regular 3 games but also has an indoor game for team she’s taking indoors for the winter.

by posted 05/17/2017
Quick Links

Fall 2017 Field Layouts
   Ghiloni Front Fields
   Ghiloni Back Fields

Practice Schedules

Field Status

Field Status Update 11/17


Ghiloni Front 2 (G1)


Ghiloni Front 3 (G1)


Ghiloni Front 1 (G2)


Ghiloni Front 4 (G2)


Ghiloni Front 5 (G3/4)


Ghiloni Front 6 (G3/4)


Ghiloni Front 7 (G3/4)


Ghiloni Back 8 (G5/6)


Ghiloni Back 9 (G5/6)


Millham (G5/6)

CLOSED for season

Byrne (G8)

CLOSED for season
Whitcomb MS Turf(G8)



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