• Games and Practice News

    Registration for Spring Soccer: Rec League and PreK Now Open

    Recreation League:  use this link:  https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/365074.    To the extent we have room on the existing teams, new players will be added.     The discounted single-season-Spring fee is $150.   Those who were registered for the Fall 2022 season need do nothing and are set for the spring.     For new parents looking to coach, register here:     https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/365615 
    If you get a ‘SOLD OUT’ notification, you will see this below:  “This is for players joining Spring Rec 2023 (did not play Rec Fall 2022). Some divisions are already filled. If your player’s division is already full, please join the wait list by copying/pasting this link:  https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/365458  As soon as spots open, you will be notified via email.”    

    Pre-K Team Dynamo: NOW OPEN  use this link:  https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/364313  (earlier version of this posting had the incorrect link). This is for youngsters born in 2018 and 2019.  This is an introductory 8-week program that will be held on Sundays at the Waverly school, starting April 16, excluding weekends of Mothers’ Day and Memorial Day.  All children (including those who attended the clinics in the Fall) will need to register.  You will either need to log in or sign in (for a new account).  Enter PreK as the child’s grade if asked. There will be a limited number of slots.  Fee is $150.   Sessions run from 9-2 based on player registration and will be assigned.

    Travel Teams:  Those who played in the Fall 2022 season need not do anything–you are registered and ready for the spring.  Players who have been invited to be added for the Spring will be given instructions how to join through Team Snap.  For the high school-age travel players who have been selected, registration is open by going to https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/353297.

    Recreation League Spring 2023

    The Spring season opens the first weekend in April with clinics/practices on Saturday and scrimmages Sunday for players able to attend. We begin full-scale the weekend of April 15 with games on Sunday, April 16 running through Sunday, June 18. No activity on Sunday, April 8/9 (Easter) nor on Memorial Day weekend. 

    Recreation League Structure & General Information

    Eligibilty: kindergarten (turning 5 by the end of  the Spring season (end June 2023) up through age 14 (9th grade). ALL players must be residents of Bronxville, Eastchester or Tuckahoe.  All who wish to become coaches or assistants need to register themselves, at no charge.

    REC LEAGUE STRUCTURE: Please also see Program Information in the Recreation Program tab within. The two “Junior” divisions practice and play at the Anne Hutchinson School.  Age designation Juniors-K, nominally 5-year olds, attend a clinic on Saturday afternoons for 50 minutes.  The time slot is the same each week. Boys and girls will be together on co-ed teams only at this age level.  To reach the commissioners: kdiv@eysa.co .   Age designation Juniors-6, nominally 1st graders, practice on Saturday mornings and plays games on Sunday afternoons. The time slot for the practices will be at the same time: game times Sunday will vary. Commissioners: Ldiv@eysa.co  .    The Senior FutureStars, seven and eight year olds combined, practice Saturday afternoons and play Sunday afternoons at Pisacreta Field at Dunwoodie Park.  Commissioners:  sdiv@eysa.co .  Older players are in the Upper Division-Silver and Upper Division-Gold, Commissioners: eysacommissioners@gmail.com  Parents new to the League are encouraged to read  https://eysoccer.com/rec-program-info/.

  • Club News

    NYCFC Welcomes EYSA into its Sponsorship Program

    Eastchester Youth Soccer has been selected as an NYCFC Youth Soccer Partner.  See us on https://www.nycfc.com/youth/youth-partners. We look forward to working with our local MLS team to partake of ways to reward volunteers, fund-raise and educate players & coaches. They also provide access to on-field experiences, chalk talks, the chance to see your club name in lights at Yankee Stadium.


    Eastchester Youth Soccer is committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all our players, so they can participate in soccer in a fun, competitive, and healthy atmosphere.  [complete policy to be seen by clicking on red title banner]

    Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at EYSA. If bullying does occur, all club members and parents/guardians should be able to tell EYSA about this and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively.  Anyone who knows or even suspects that bullying is happening is expected to tell his/her Coach, Commissioner or an officer of the club. We are committed to playing our part to teach players to treat each other with respect.

    Bullying is the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. It can happen face-to-face or through cyberspace, and comes in many different forms: verbal, physical, emotional, misuse of digital technologies or communications.

    People can be targeted for any reason, but people who bully others often target ‘difference’ and bullying can be a form of wider discrimination.  For example, bullying behavior may be: racist, homophobic, sexist or disablist.

    Zero Tolerance Policy

    Please read on by clicking on the red banner or going to this link:


    To help prevent physical assault and verbal abuse in the leagues and clubs within the Westchester Youth Soccer League and its component organizations (EYSA included) have adopted a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY.

    This policy applies to all coaches, players, parents, spectators and other supporters and referees effective immediately. Abusive and obscene language, violent play/conduct, fighting and other behavior (including, but not limited to sarcasm, taunting, etc.) deemed detrimental to the game between the above-mentioned groups will not be tolerated. The ultimate responsibility for the actions of coaches, players and spectators resides with the member clubs.

    1. Parents and spectators shall not dispute calls during or after the game.
    2. Parents and spectators shall not make remarks to the referee(s) or advise the referee(s) to watch certain players or attend to rough play.
    3. Parents and spectators shall never yell at the referee(s), including criticism, sarcasm, harassment, intimidation or feedback of any kind before, during or after the game.

    Our Special Sponsors

    [click on red banner to view entire posting]   To the right, one can see a banner for each of our sponsors flashing on the screen and  one can click on it to get to their website.  The sponsor’s name or logo is also printed on a set of team uniforms.

    Please support our sponsors’ businesses as we rely on their  generosity to defray operating expenses such as uniforms, balls, goals, field rentals, referees and awards as well as to provide scholarship registration for those players who are less financially fortunate.     For sponsorship information: Gina@eysa.co 

    Pisacreta Field Named After EYSA Founder

    Carmine Pisacreta, the founder of Eastchester Soccer has been honored by naming the soccer field complex in his honor.  Pisacreta Field is part of Dunwoodie Park in Eastchester’s north end. View the ceremony at:


    Laws of the Game-Modified

    Laws of the Game for Junior and Senior FutureStars [click on above red banner for full posting]

    The objective is to codify the modifications to the Laws of the Game (LOTG). The modifications relate to the age (and corresponding skill level) of the players.  √ indicates no change from basic LOTG as set forth by the US Soccer Federation.  * indicates a difference between the Juniors and the Seniors.

    Law 1 FIELD As marked; no build-out (B-O) line drawn.  Opponents to retreat behind the halfway line for goal kicks and goalkeeper clearance, but can move toward the ball after it is touched without waiting until it clears the goal area nor the penalty area. No GK punting.

    *Law 2 BALL #3 for JUNIORS; #4 for SENIORS

    *Law 3 PLAYERS  Play is 7 v. 7 with a goalkeeper for JUNIORS, 8 v. 8 for Seniors.   Teams should try to play even, if one team is short players by removing one or allowing a player to move to the opponent.

    Law 4 PLAYER EQUIPMENT  No Jewelry whatsoever. Socks must be worn over shinguards.

    Law 5 REFEREE  √


    Law 7 DURATION  Four (4) ten minute quarters.  One minute between Q1 – Q2 and Q3 – Q4.  A three (3) minute break at halftime. 

    *Law 8 START AND RESTART  JUNIORS: No Coin Toss; whichever team is first lined up ready to play kicks off.  Teams alternate KO at start of each subsequent quarter. Don’t change directions at halftime.  SENIORS: Winner decides which goal to attack in Q1 or to Kick off. Teams alternate kick-off at start of each subsequent quarter.  Change directions at Halftime only


    Law 10 OUTCOME  √

    *Law 11 OFFSIDE  JUNIORS: No Offside But do not allow an attacker to dwell next to the keeper nor deep in the offensive zone.  SENIORS: Offside is NOT in effect for the first three weeks of the Fall only.

    Law 12 FOULS & MISCONDUCT  Heading is not allowed; restart is an indirect free kick.

    Law 13 FREE KICKS  All free kicks for fouls are INDIRECT.    A goal cannot be scored without an intervening touch by any player. Opponents must be at least 6 yards from the free kick.

    Law 14 PK  There are No Penalty Kicks.  For a foul in the Penalty Area the ball is moved outside the area, perpendicular to the goal line, and an INDIRECT free Kick is awarded. A wall may be se by the defense.

    *Law 15 THROW-IN  JUNIORS: Allow “do-overs” for throw-ins. Instruct them How To if necessary. SENIORS: For first three (3) weeks of the Fall season, allow “do-overs” for throw-ins.

    Law 16 GOAL KICK  Taken from the Goal Kick Spot (Blue–if shown on field).  Opponents must retreat to halfway line. Only after the kick is taken (ball is moved; does not need to leave the goal area nor penalty area) may opponents move in.

    Law 17 CORNER KICK  √

    Refund Policy

    TRAVEL TEAMS:  If a registered players withdraws in writing to EYSA any time prior to the first scheduled game of the applicable registration period, you will be responsible for 25% of the total registration fee (with any excess refunded). Any time following the first scheduled game of the applicable registration you will not be entitled to any refund or credit under any circumstances. If a registered travel player intends to transfer to another club during the season (August 1 to June 30), an additional fee of $250 will be charged prior to approval of transfer.  There are no refunds or credits offered for any clinic, camp or supplemental session.

    REC LEAGUE:  Full refund before the Tuesday following the first weekend of the season (September 11th for Fall or before April 9th for new spring only players). Any time following those dates you will not be entitled to any refund or credit under any circumstances. There are no refunds or credits offered for any clinics, camps or supplemental sessions.

    Jewelry Not Permitted

    Rule is simple: No jewelry—includes earrings—at any time: NEVER under any circumstances. Tape over earrings similarly does not permit wearing of earrings.  Metal puncture in the vicinity of the ear could result in damage to the carotid artery.
    Responsibility is that of the coach, the refs and the league—we will not take chances !!

    Only exception is a medical bracelet, taped on the wrist with medical condition showing.

    EYSA Soccer League

    MEETING NOTICE: Wednesday  April 12 at the Haindl Field Clubhouse.  General Meetings:   to which all parents and friends are invited, are “normally” held the first Tuesday of each month  7:30  pm

    Registration website for all programs:  https://go.teamsnap.com/login/signin      Address: P.O. Box 242         Eastchester NY 10709-9998         Registrar: Denise Addorisio:  dja109@aol.com   Tax status: 501 (c) (3). EIN number: 13-2920265 as Eastchester Soccer Club, Inc.   General information contact: eysajerry@gmail.com


    Referee Certification Classes

    Good money to be made for reffing in Eastchester rec and for the Westchester League.  These are United States Soccer Federation accredited classes. Minimum age is 14. Information: www.wsroref.com. Contact: refwestchester@gmail.com.