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December 2017 Membership Newsletter

New Jersey Youth Soccer is pleased to share with you our December membership newsletter to keep you informed of the latest news and happenings around the New Jersey soccer community.

NJYS Annual Awards Nominations

New Jersey Youth Soccer is currently accepting award nominations for the following categories, with the recipients being honored at the upcoming 2018 NJYS Awards Dinner in February. Read more.

  • 2017 NJYS Comeback Player of The Year Presented by JAG Physical Therapy (Inaugural Year)
  • Bob McNulty NJYS Travel Coach of the Year
  • NJYS Recreation Coach of the Year
  • TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year
  • NJYS Recreation Club of the Year

2017 NJYS Comeback Player of the Year Presented by JAG Physical Therapy

JAG Physical Therapy will honor a New Jersey Youth Soccer player who has distinguished him/herself by overcoming adversity or injury and returned to exceed expectations as a soccer player. Adversity may include not participating in the sport of soccer during previous years, a severe injury or simply be performance-based. Make a nomination.

NJ Youth Soccer Crowns State Cup Champions

New Jersey Youth Soccer recently crowned its U12-U14 National Championship Series, U12-U14 Presidents Cup and U11-U14 Commissioners Cup champions in State Cup competition, with semifinal and championship matches being held in Bordentown, New Jersey. Read more. | View gallery.

New York Red Bulls Announces Partnership Renewal with NJ Youth Soccer

The New York Red Bulls have extended their exclusive partnership with New Jersey Youth Soccer. The two organizations will continue to work together to help develop, educate and inspire players and youth coaches at the grassroots level through various programming. Additionally, the relationship will continue to focus on community outreach initiatives such as TOPSoccer. Read more.

NJ Youth Soccer Partners with Philadelphia Union

New Jersey Youth Soccer is excited to partner with the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer. The Union will support NJ Youth Soccer programming and community-based initiatives such as TOPSoccer, which is a program for young athletes with special needs. Read more.

New Jersey Native Denise Reddy Named Head Coach of Sky Blue FC

Sky Blue FC officially announced that Denise Reddy has been hired as the new head coach of the National Women's Soccer League club. Most recently an assistant coach with the Washington Spirit, Reddy is a New Jersey native who has previously served as a head coach in three different countries. Read more.

Play of the Month

NJ Youth Soccer is continuing its partnership with the New York Red Bulls and Sky Blue FC to celebrate the best on-field moments in the region for our "Play of the Month" initiative. This is an opportunity for NJ Youth Soccer players and teams to share their achievements, fun on the field and win a monthly prize from the New York Red Bulls or Sky Blue FC. This could be an individual goal, save, string of passes or any soccer activity that celebrates success and achievement on the field. Just tag @NJYouthSoccer on social media when you post a video, and make sure to use #NJYSplayofthemonth.

Get Involved

Volunteers are the backbone of NJ Youth Soccer and are a key component to all of our programs. If you are interested in getting involved with NJ Youth Soccer, contact us today at communications@njyouthsoccer.com.

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