The MYSA provides a variety of youth soccer programs to Mebane area youth in Orange and Alamance counties. Our affiliations with the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association, the United States Youth Soccer Association, and US Club Soccer allow us to provide soccer programs at all levels for children as young as 4 and as old as 18.
Despite finally getting a sunny day, all fields are still saturated and unplayable so all practices and Premier UK sessions are cancelled.
For those who haven't looked at the weekend forecast yet, more rain is expected for Friday and Saturday.
The Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) U10 Force recently claimed the Futbolfit winter indoor soccer league championship. En route to their undefeated season the girls of the Force played teams from Burlington and surrounding areas. Congratulations to the girls and good luck in the spring!
A team of Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) travel players reached the finals of the recently concluded Winter Indoor League in Burlington NC, defeating teams from Durham and Burlington. The team was composed of girls from the current MYSA U11 and U12 Classic teams who took on the team name, Mebane United. For their opening game, in spite of not having played as a team before, they acquitted themselves well and lost a close game to the eventual champions.
Eleven members of The Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) U18 Inferno got to display their skills for over twenty colleges from North Carolina and Virginia at the 2013 Lynchburg College Showcase recently. The Inferno sent Dillon Roberts, Mikey McPeak, Chance Kerns, Cameron Stewart, Jackson Lilly, Albion Ida, Alex Callaham, Nick Eckstein, Jose Damian, Casey Parker, and Will Scoggins to the Showcase.
The Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) U12 Boys Comets and Dynamo had exceptional NC Youth Soccer (NCYSA) 2nd Division Classic Fall 2012 Seasons. The Comets and Dynamo finished first and second respectively in a very competitive division with teams from Knightdale, Chapel Hill, Johnston County, Fuquay-Varina, and Roanoke Rapids.
The Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) U9 Girls Brave were finalists in the U9 Platinum division at the recently concluded Adidas Girls Greensboro Clash.
To get to the championship game, the Brave defeated teams from Greensboro and Raleigh. After defeating GUSA 03 Inter Milan of Greensboro, the Brave lost a hard fought game to CASL Flares of Raleigh. They regrouped and pounded the CASL Cardinals of Raleigh 6 - 0 in the Semi-Final game. Moving to the final, the Brave narrowly lost to CASL Flares of Raleigh, 3 - 2.
MYSA is extending the on-time registration period through January 6th to allow a few more days before we start our late registration period. Registrations received after January 6th will be subject to a $15 late registration fee added to the $30 season fee.
Happy New Year!
MYSA Inferno Undefeated in Collegiate Championships Soccer Showcase, achieve state and national ranking
The Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) Inferno went undefeated and took the top spot at the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Collegiate Championships Soccer Showcase held in Hoover, Alabama on December 7-9.
Our travel program, with its focus on player development, has been successful in sending players on to compete in Division I and II schools. Below is a partial list of MYSA alumni who have gone on to play soccer in college. If you know an MYSA alumnus that is not on this list, please let us know.