What is the purpose of EYSA?

The purpose of the program is to provide a safe, fun experience for the participants as well as developing the necessary skills to play soccer for years to come. The focus is not on the outcome of the match, but rather the overall development of the player and sportmanship.   As such, we expect our players to play the game, coaches to coach the players, spectators cheer on players. More information can be found on the parent/player code of conduct can be viewed on the parent/player page or found on the registration form.


How do I find out when the registration is open for the season?

Generally, EYSA will publish facebook message and send an email to all present and past participants. Also, registration forms will be available at Edgerton Community, Edgerton Yahara and Edgerton Middle Schools. You may also download the from this website and send in the registration form with your check. Instructions are on the form.


I want to get involved. What can I do to help?

There are many things that a parent can do to help ensure the success of the program. We are seeking volunteers to help with concessions, field preparation, fundraising as well as coaching.

Please contact one of the committee members for details.

There are numerous items for sale with the EYSA logo. You can purchase these items and show support of the program. The following items can be purchased at the soccer shed on Saturday mornings during the season: water bottle, ball/equipment bags, caps, stainless coffee mugs, first aid kits, wrist bands and fan/player favorite - cowbells.

How do I get my child involved in the program?

When registration is open, download the registration form and submit with the full payment.  


I sent my registration and payment in and have not heard a response from EYSA. What should I do?

Generally, EYSA will finalize the rosters about 2 weeks prior to the start of the season. During this time, we are attempting to obtain coaches, referees and schedule games. Your patience is greatly appreciated since the coaches who are also volunteers, are receiving the rosters and instructions. They will contact you as soon as they can. If you would like to help coach a team, that would greatly help in establishing teams faster and getting the rosters out to the respective coaches.


Why doesn't EYSA play on full size fields?

EYSA's PDI (player development initiative) is consistent with the philosophy of the US Youth Soccer and Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association where adapting the field to the size and skill of the player in the specific age group will allow the most frequent touches on the ball to help in the player development process.  Please refer to "Why play small sided games" on the parents/players page.


If I want my child to play in more of competitive level, what can I do?

Please download the MAYSA form on the parents/players page and submit the form to 1224 Leslie Dr, Edgerton, WI 53534 with a full payment made out to EYSA


Who can play?

Players in 4K through the 8th grade are invited to play in house soccer. We welcome players from all of the surrounding communities.

Where we play:

All in house games are currently held at Race Track Park (located at the corner of Stoughton Rd and IKI Dr) on Saturday mornings.


Typically, there is one practice per week. The practice schedule is set at the discretion of the coaches. The coaches will inform their players of the practice and game schedules as soon as it is received. Currently, there is one game per week held on Saturdays for all age groups.

Travel Club teams: Under 10, 12, 14, 16 and 19 boys teams and Under 10, 12, 14 and 19 girls teams will have a different schedule and practice structure.


The information will be broadcasted on facebook as the season registration opens.   Please follow us on facebook to find the most updated information.   The fees are used to pay for practice equipment, referees, insurance, field maintenance and equipment. Additional funds are generated through donations from local business in the Edgerton as well as the surrounding communities.


All players will receive an EYSA team shirt.

Shin guards are mandatory at all practices and games. Shin guards should be worn under the soccer socks.

1.) Download the registration form
2.) Print and sign the completed form,
3.) Mail it with a check to payable to EYSA to:

EYSA/Eric Kim 
1224 Leslie Dr. 
Edgerton, WI 53534


U10 - Boys
U10 - Girls 
U12 - Boys
U12 - Boys
U12 - Girls
U14 - Girls
U14 - Boys

U19 - Girls
U19 - Boys

1224 Leslie Dr

Edgerton, 53534

Phone: 608-322-4422

E-mail: eric_kim1987@yahoo.com



If you are interested in participating as a sponsor, please contact one of the board members found on "contact us" page. We appreciate your support of the program box >>