Fort Atkinson Youth Soccer Association
Each coach sets their own practice schedule for 2 weeknights a week. Beginning a few weeks before 1st game.
Registration Fee covers Fall and Spring seasons, and includes all WYSA and FAYSA fees. Additional fees include a uniform and the volunteer fee. Each member is expected to contribute 4 service hours total over the Fall and Spring season. Upon completion a volunteer rebate can be claimed. Please visit our volunteer page for more information.
Saturdays and Sundays usually within a one hour radius of Madison.
Schedule will be handed out by team coaches when they become available.
- Fall: games begin in early September and end around Nov 1st
- Spring : games begin in mid April and end around June 1st
Impact testing is offered in partnership with Fort Healthcare. Testing dates will be announced prior to the start of the Fall season. This testing will take place in the High School IMC. Thank you Fort Healthcare for their assistance in this Impact testing.
2004-2008 Birth year
Click here to download the “Wisconsin Concussion/Head Injury Parent/Athlete Agreement"
that must be signed and returned to your Soccer Coach.
Our traveling soccer program is open to both boys and girls. Teams are composed of boys or girls of 2 consecutive birth years. The number of teams of various age groups depends on the number of kids who come out for the season. Boys and girls typically play on separate teams after age 10. Teams are formed in late June, following registration of players for the upcoming season. Most teams play with either 9 or 11 kids on the field depending on age. Rosters of 12 or 14 are therefore ideal to allow for subs. This program gives children the opportunity to improve their soccer skills by competing against teams of the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association (MAYSA) of the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA).
Traveling teams in 2017/2018 paid a total of $242/player, this includes
- Registration fees - $145
- Uniform fee - $50
- Volunteer Fee - $40
*fees subject to change
Concussion Testing information