Recreational Coaches

Vice-President of Coaches: Sonja Yost
Recreational Coaches' Committee Representatives:



Brian Sureck


Pat Robinson


PYSA attempts to provide the best soccer experience possible not only for your players, but for parents, volunteers, and coaches.


If you ever have any issues, questions, or feedback, feel free to contact us. 


Your "chain of communication" is your league director, commissioner, and league vice-president.  Please contact one of more of these people if you ever have an issue.



Coaches' Code of Ethics


Please take a few moments to read the NTSSA Coaches' Code of Ethics.


All coaches are expected to understand and adhere to the code.  While some items will obviously not apply to recreational coaches, it is critical for all coaches to understand the expectations of NTSSA and PYSA. 


You have a responsibility to your players, their families, to your opponents, PYSA, and to your fellow coaches.


Violations of the Coaches' Code of Ethics may result in disciplinary action.



Coaches Information


View your team roster Click on Teams & Team Officials, type in your teams username and password under Team Account.  Then click on Roster in the gray menu bar.


More information about background checks, badges, and registering as a coach in PYSA.


How to perform a Game Swap


Sidekicks Promotion



Referee Evaluation


Your Team Roster


Recreational Forms


Rec League Contacts


Injuries & Prevention









Past Seasons


FIFA Laws of the Game


FIFA Laws Made Easy!









Have a question for us?  Ask PYSA!



We love pets, but not on our fields. To see why, check out PYSA Recreational Rules.



PYSA is always looking for more helpers!! Learn more about how to become a Volunteer!



We're all friends here! Parents and coaches at all PYSA activities are responsible for following the NTSSA Coaches Code of Ethics and Parents' Code of Conduct.