Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

January 9, 2014

CRYSA 2014 spring soccer registration is going on now

CROSSVILLE — The 16th season of CRYSA (Crossville Recreational Youth Soccer Association) will begin soon and now is the time to register. You can register at Century 21 Realty Group LLC on Main St. (across from Flowers Bakery), at The City of Crossvilles Parks and Recreation Office (Tammie French 456-6632) on Industrial Blvd., or online at www/tn-crysa.affinitysoccer.com.

There is a convenience charge of $1 per application plus 2.5 percent or approximately $3 charged by the online company to process the online applications only.

Players between four (must have turned four as of Aug. 1, 2013) and 14 years old can register for spring soccer. The cost is $45 through the month of January (Jan. 1-31).

The first week of February will be late sign-ups at a cost of $55. There is a family cap of $125. There will be limited financial aid upon early requests (call 248-1616). 

The spring season will begin March 10 and conclude the end of May. Each team will play two games per week (all teams play on Saturdays plus a week day — either Monday/Tuesday/or Thursday). Players will be provided with a complete uniform (jersey, shorts, and socks). Players will need a ball and shin guards. U5 and U6 use size #3 ball. U8 and U10 use size #4 ball. U12 and up use a size #5 ball (U stands for Under).

Coaches and sponsors are needed for the 2014 spring season. 

Sponsorship cost is again $225. Any local business interested in sponsoring can contact Angie Spitler at (931) 788-3484.

The coaches draft will take place the week of Feb. 24. All coaches will be contacted prior to the draft. 

Coaches can attend training March 7-9 in Crossville to earn E Course certification. All coaches are urged to go online to www.tnsoccer.org

to register for the class under Coaches/scheduled courses/E Course Schedule/Registration/E Course for Crossville, TN. This class will properly train the spring coaches for a successful and enjoyable season. 

CRYSA email is crossvillesoccer@yahoo.com.

CRYSA website is www.eteamz.com/crysa.

Online Registration is www.tn-crysa.affinitysoccer.com.

Find them on Facebook under Crossville Recreational Youth Soccer Association. Find them on Twitter @CRYSAsoccer.

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