SoccerTech is a Proud Partner of the Utah Youth Soccer Association

SoccerTech is proud to partner with the Utah Youth Soccer Association (UYSA) to provide their coaches, players, and parents with discounted access to SoccerTech’s premier coaching and player development resources.

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The UYSA is a non-profit corporation established January 9, 1978. With educated and USSF or NSCAA licensed coaches, USSF certified referees, insured players, organized leagues, and sanctioned member organizations, UYSA is the largest and most dynamic youth sports organization in Utah. Reaching over 50,000 players across the state, UYSA is the only soccer organization in Utah that offers a diverse range of services and innovative programs to meet the needs of a membership with varied abilities, backgrounds, and financial means.

The organization is also considered a charitable institution under the Utah State Tax Commission code. As a result, the Association is not operated for personal or corporate gain; rather, it is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors solely for the benefit of Utah’s children.

Through an active governing board, responsive and professional office staff, and caring volunteers with knowledge of and love for the game, UYSA provides the following:

Coach background checks, education, and licensing
Member insurance
Player & Team Registration
League scheduling and management
Recreational and Competitive levels of play
Olympic Development Program
SoccerTech’s Coaching and Player Development Platform
TOP Soccer for kids with disabilities
2 National Championship qualifying tournaments as well as sanctioned local tournaments
National membership in US Youth Soccer and United States Soccer Federation

Play at your level, your pace, your choice. UYSA meets your needs.

UYSA is sanctioned by the U.S. Soccer Federation and US Youth Soccer to be the governing body of soccer in Utah. They are also recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee as the governing body for youth soccer in the state.

Visit http://www.utahyouthsoccer.net/ to learn more.