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NJ Youth Soccer Night at Sky Blue FC
June 11 - story - photos 1 - 2 - 3 - 4

2017 NJ Youth Soccer Olympic Development

Program Tryouts - more info

Please note changes to schedule:

Saturday, July 30th  Nutley - NORTH

Sunday, July 31st  Wall - SHORE

Saturday, August 13th  Mullica Hill - SOUTH

Sunday, August 14th  Ewing - CENTRAL

NJ Youth Soccer and Sky Blue FC 

Announcement - more info

Congratulations to winners of the


U15 Boys  STA Morris United

U16 Boys  PDA Rooney

U17 Boys  Matchfit Academy FC Black

U18 Boys  Ironbound SC Premier Strikers


U15 Girls  Princeton SA IGFA

U16 Girls  Freehold Celtic

U17 Girls  FC Copa Academy Celeste

U18 Girls  Princeton SA Tigers

More Info Here    Photos 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5

Good Luck in West Virginia!

NJ Youth Soccer Board of Directors Adopts
No Heading Policy April 1, 2016

New Jersey Youth Soccer has adopted a policy of NO HEADING in games or practices for u11 teams and below and for 10 year old players and younger playing up.

Guidelines prepared by Rick Meana, DOC, for u12 to u14 players was also adopted. Guidelines

Adopted u11 Age Groups and Younger - Deliberating Heading the Ball game guidelines for referees - 4/17/2016 - Guidelines

Congratulations to the spring u15, 16 and 17

Presidents Cup Champions

15 girls - Union SC Crimson Tide

16 girls - Marlton SC Lightning

17 girls - Union SC Lady Dragons

15 boys - Kearny United Reds

16 boys - Real New Jersey Atletico 99

17 boys - Cape Express SC 98/99

Player Development Initiatives

This past September 2015, the US Youth Soccer Board of Directors approved the US Soccer's Player Development Initiatives, which were made public in late August 2015. USYSA reaffirmed this registration mandate in an announcement to State Association Presidents on January 26, 2016. 

NJ Youth Soccer (NJYS) formed a Technical Committee to review the new guidelines and make specific recommendations for board approval along with an implementation plan. NJYSA Board and NJYS Member League Presidents have adopted the US Soccer’s Player Development Initiatives. During the approval process slight revisions and guidelines were made to aid member clubs through the transition that will impact our 100,000 plus NJ Youth Soccer registered players.

Please click here for FAQs to help your team and club 

plan for the upcoming seasonal year. 

If you have questions regarding NJYS implementation or recommendations on the use of the FAQ information provided please email

Kyle Haddock, NJYS Technical Committee Chair, at



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US Youth Soccer Policy on Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Drones - Read More

We are proud to share that  Zach Saliterman

has won the National TOPSoccer

Buddy of the Year!


Referee Classes Available details at  "Becoming a Referee"

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