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.


  • Pizza-n-Practice Back by poplar demand, Pizza-n-Practice Thursdays!  Again this year, our friendly neighborhood Pizza Joes has partnered with MAYSA on a great deal!  Get a 9-Cut pizza delivered ...
    Posted by Site Administrator
  • MAYSA (In-House): Team Picture Day - Saturday Sept. 13 Team Picture Day will be Saturday, September 13th.  There are many options such as team picture, individual pictures, key chains, mugs and more.On September 13th, please arrive 45 minutes ...
    Posted Sep 8, 2014, 7:11 AM by Site Administrator
  • MAYSA (In-House): Elementary School's Open House - Thursday, Sept. 11 The start time of Thursday's (9/11) practice will be moved to 6:30PM to allow parents to attend Mercer Elementary school's Open House and hopefully still make ...
    Posted Sep 8, 2014, 7:11 AM by Site Administrator
  • MAYSA (In-House) Team Schedules In-House Team Schedules are available!  Click below to see your team's schedule.  Each Schedule includes the team you play against each week, the field and the shirt color ...
    Posted Sep 8, 2014, 7:09 AM by Site Administrator
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U.S. Youth Soccer Coaching Manual: 
The Art and Science of Coaching

"The needs of the child (while playing soccer) should be placed above the needs, convenience and self-interest of the adults/coaches.  True (youth) player development focuses on the development of the player, not the development of the team!  Up to age 12, this should be the only criteria used in designing and running (youth) programs."