The Xi Alpha Theta Chapter of Kentucky’s Beta Sigma Phi Sorority selected LYSA TOPSoccer as the recipient of the money the members raised from their recent ways and means projects. Their 2011 Convention was held in Frankfort in June. Their service project this year focused on Autism Spectrum Disorder. During the convention, Amy Cooper-Puckett spoke on the programs available from the State and both she and Heidi Banks, the parent of a child with autism, were available to respond to questions from the audience. Beta Sigma Phi is an international women's friendship network. It also provides educational programs to its members and opportunities for service to others.
Spring 2016 TOPSoccer Registration
TOPS is open to athletes ages 4 and older. Children need to turn 4 no later than July 31, 2015 to be eligible to play.
The cost is $25.00 per athlete. The TOPSoccer Spring season will be held at Kentucky Indoor Soccer and Sport at 404 Sporting Court Lexington. Teams practice from 1:00 to 2:00 or 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Registration for the Spring league is now open, just click here: Registration
Players over the age of 18 can now register through the on-line system.
If you need a paper form, you can print one from the Registration page, or they are available at the LYSA office in the KY Indoor Soccer and Sports, 404 Sporting Court. Call to inquire about office hours before going in person.
Scholarships are also available. To inquire about a TOPSoccer scholarship, please contact the LYSA Registrar Lois Stephens or League Director Jessie Birdwhistell.
Please Note: LYSA and KYSA have a strict no-refund policy. In a few special instances they will give refunds to participants, but deduct a $15 administrative charge to cover registration and insurance costs.
LYSA Soccer Featured in Family Magazine
LYSA soccer was recently featured in Family Magazine. To read more about LYSA and TOPSoccer please go tohttp://www.lexingtonfamily.com/extras/feb11/lysa--something%20for%20ever...
The TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year award is given each year by the Kentucky Youth Soccer Association. The award is for a volunteer who demonstrates patience, understanding, dependability, flexibility and the ability to adjust to ever-changing on-field situations. This person is also an invaluable volunteer who facilitates the program by filling many roles, including being a coach, cheerleader and role model as well as assisting when needed with administrative responsibilities. Other important qualities of the buddy are engaging players one-on-one, modeling desired behavior and being cognizant of player safety. Buddies assist, guide, direct and teach the game of soccer and its skills while creating a fun learning experience.