Welcome to the
MYA Soccer Club

Important Dates

June Soccer Board Meeting

June 23rd @ 7pm

MYA Building

Fall Registration

July 1st

More information to come

3v3 Summer Program

Runs 7/17 - 8/21.  See details below.

soccer Summer camps

The MYA Soccer Program is excited to partner with Brazilian Arts Soccer Training again.  Brazilian Arts is offering soccer camps designed to give each player individual instruction while providing overall skill enhancement, soccer training, and fun. Their internationally recognized trainers use Brazilian training techniques to teach a unique approach to the game.


Combo Camp (Soccer & Futsal)

June 24th - June 28th @ St. Anslem College, Manchester

July 15th - July 19th @ YMCA (formerly NSA-Nashua Sports Academy), Nashua

July 29th - Aug. 2nd @ St. Anslem College, Manchester


Soccer Camp

July 8th - July 12th @ Budweiser Fields, Merrimack

July 22th - July 26th @ Budweiser Fields, Merrimack


Please click on the link below to find the camp you would like and register for.  This is a great way to get extra touches  during the summer.


http://basoccertraining.com/camps/day-camps/

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3v3 Summer Program Registration

MYA soccer Volunteer positions

Open Positions

Coordinator Positions 

Open Coordinator Positions : U10 

Coordinator positions distributes players onto teams, creates team rosters, email rosters to coaches, answers parent/coach questions, and elevates any complaints to the Rec. Director. This position’s workload is about 20 hours per season and is handled remotely, mainly by email, and requires a reliable internet connection to access the programs. There is a face to face meeting with the age group’s coaches as well as an hour or two for initial training with the Director depending on the volunteer’s technical competencies.


Boys Travel Coordinator (descroption below)

Girls Travel Coordinator (description below)

The coordinator responsibilities include:   

 1.Assist the Travel Director with the planning and execution of tryouts 

 2.Assist the Travel Director with the coach selection process for teams

 3.Oversee the formation of teams and roster management   

4.Coordinate all internal MYA Soccer commnuications with teams    

5.Coordinate and facilitate team participation in tournaments   

6.Support coaches and teams as needed throughout the season


 If interested in a board position, we ask you email your interest to director@myasoccer.org 

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR

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If you are interested in how to become a sponsor of the Merrimack Soccer Program, you can obtain our sponsorship packet by clicking the link below.

https://myasoccer.org/sponsors


About Us

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Welcome

The  Merrimack soccer program provides an opportunity for Merrimack youth,  ages 3 to 18, to play recreational and competitive soccer in an  environment designed to promote learning, teamwork, fun and the joy of  soccer.


Mission Statement 

Merrimack Soccer Club (MSC) is a non-profit organization focused on player development through professional soccer training in a safe, healthy and affordable soccer program that is fun and rewarding for all.  MSC objectives are to teach and train soccer players and coaches, develop leadership qualities and to promote good sportsmanship among players, coaches and parents.  MSC will provide children with the opportunity to participate in soccer experiences where they can develop teamwork and sportsmanship, confidence, respect, fair play and their own development for future advancement in the game of soccer.


Recreational Program
The  recreational program is a fall and spring season activity. The fall  program runs from September through early November. The spring program starts in mid April and runs through June. We offer coed divisions in the U4, U6, U8, U10, U13,  U16 and U19 age groups in both spring and fall.


Travel (Competitive) Program  

The  Merrimack Soccer Club is a fall and spring season activity. The  MSC teams compete with nearby towns, private-clubs and regional teams  within the New Hampshire Soccer League as well as selected jamborees and tournaments throughout the  Fall and Spring seasons. The program is organized into boys and girls  (and sometimes coed) divisions based on age group: U8 through U18