Contact Betty at 605-665-2775.
Divisions from U12 on up play rec soccer games at the Lewis and Clark Soccer Complex, and in Vermillion (2013 field location TBA).
You may access directions to this complex by clicking here. Divisions U10 and lower play rec soccer at Memorial Park.
You may access directions to this complex by clicking here.
Listen to KYNT for weather related information.
U-10 and above games are to be rescheduled only due to weather by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. U6 and U8 coaches may re-schedule amongst themselves but must let Lori Rust know, 605-530-7878 or 605-668-9282 or email email@example.com.
We do not record scores for rec games.
The Lewis and Clark Soccer complex fields are closed for practices except for high school teams.
Coaching educational links can be found on the links page of this website. Additionally, YYSA offers many free coaching clinics per year which are listed on the homepage of this website. Want additional information? Contact Wes Chambers by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
RULES OF THE GAME
All YYSA teams follow the FIFA Laws of the Game which can be accessed by clicking here.
Have other questions or concerns? Contact a member of the YYSA Board.
A listing of Board Members can be found on the contact page.
YYSA Club Program Coordinator
2012 High School Soccer
Yankton Gazelles Soccer
Head Girls Varsity Coach
Email - email@example.com
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Yankton Bucks Soccer
Head Boys Varsity Coach
Head Boys Junior Varsity Coach
TOPSoccer Program Director
Phone - 605-665-7411
Address - PO Box 1012, Yankton, SD 57078
Yankton Youth Soccer Association TOPSoccer season runs in the fall beginning in September. The season runs for 5 weeks, weather permitting. TOPSoccer is for players with physical, mental, social, and emotional special needs.
You must be at least 4 years old to play TOPSoccer.
The focus is on fun. Players participate based on ability, not age. There is no charge to play TOPSoccer.
The players learn basic soccer skills, and of course they play soccer.
Volunteers are always welcomed and appreciated. Volunteers do not need to know how to play soccer. Some volunteers just become a buddy to a player who needs a little help or focus. Other volunteers who know how to play soccer can participate in unified teams (special needs players with volunteers to fill a team).
For more information, contact Nancy Saunders at 665-7411.