Mercer Area Youth Soccer Association
Welcome to the home of  the Mercer Area Youth Soccer Association (MAYSA).  MAYSA is a member of the PA West Soccer Association, the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA).  MAYSA strives to offer an excellent opportunity for personal and  athletic growth.  As we enter our 26th year, we continue to ask everyone involved with MAYSA to represent themselves, our team, and our organization with dignity and honor, while working to achieve widespread respect and recognition.  Our continued commitment to excellence allows us to build the foundation of self-confidence, camaraderie, teamwork, and goal-orientation that both MAYSA and our youth will take with them and translate into successes both on and off the field.


  • Fall Soccer Registration Underway, Register Today! Registration for the 2014 Fall In-House and Travel Soccer is underway!  To begin the registration process, click on the Registration Tab above.  Fall In-House soccer is for children ...
    Posted Jul 14, 2014, 7:24 PM by Site Administrator
  • Small-Sided Games (SSG) The "Small-Sided" Game is a FUN environment that focuses on the young soccer player.  Small-Sided Games are developmentally appropriate environment for our youngest soccer players.  MAYSA, strongly supports ...
    Posted Jul 14, 2014, 7:12 PM by Site Administrator
  • Please Slow Down and Watch For Children Crossing! Cool Springs Fitness has added a CROSSWALK between the two gravel parking lots.  We ask that everyone use the new crosswalk when entering or leaving the fields.  Please, take ...
    Posted May 6, 2014, 8:37 AM by Site Administrator
  • Get MAYSA Club News On Your Phone! MAYSA Text Messages!  We encourage Parents to take advantage of the most convenient way to receive all MAYSA Club communications.  Simply text the keyword followmaysa to 84483 (a five digit ...
    Posted Jun 2, 2014, 10:17 AM by Site Administrator
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"Professional coaches measure success in rings.  College coaches measure success in championships.  High school coaches measure success in titles.
Youth coaches measure success in smiles. " 
-P. McAllister, youth coach