Mercer Area Youth Soccer Association

"It's amazing to me that people put so much emphasis on trying to be tactical and worry about winning when it doesn't matter, when you're 12 years old.  It's sad.  That's something that's going to have to change it we want soccer in this country to develop." -L. Donovan


  • H.S. Soccer: Regional Player of Year, District and Region-1 Teams Announced The 2015 All District TeamRegion-1 Team and the Player of the Year were recently announced (see below).  The Mercer Area Men's and Women's High School teams ...
    Posted Feb 9, 2016, 7:27 AM by Site Administrator
  • 2016 Spring Soccer Registation Is Underway! Spring Soccer registration is underway, register today!  The deadline to is February 22nd.  To begin the registration process, click on the Registration Tab above.  Spring Soccer is for players in ...
    Posted Jan 21, 2016, 9:02 AM by Site Administrator
  • 2016 Winter Indoor Pickup (3rd-6th grade) Begins Saturday January 9th Winter Indoor Pickup Soccer is intended for players in grades 3-6th who are seriously considering playing Spring Soccer.  Younger players will be teamed with and play against older ...
    Posted Jan 5, 2016, 8:06 AM by Site Administrator
  • 2015 Season Wrap-up and Highlights Parents,Not much left to say except, thanks.   As we wrap-up another year of Mercer Soccer, below are a few final year-end reminders and highlights.  The most important ...
    Posted Jan 5, 2016, 7:53 AM by Site Administrator
  • Soccer Balls to Mongolian Orphanages Part of providing a high-quality soccer experience for our community's youth includes inspecting, repairing, replacing and upgrading our equipment on a regular basis.  As part of MAYSA's ...
    Posted Oct 28, 2015, 6:51 AM by Site Administrator
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The Art and Science of Youth Sports 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."