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TYSL is proud to provide educational scholarships for deserving students that plan on attending college.




TYSL and TUCSC have strict (reinforced) 

NO PET(s) and NO NOISE MAKER(s) policies.  

Please ensure your team/parents are informed and follow all league policies.  ​This is for everyone's safety, so please leave your pets at home. Thank you 

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Tracy Youth Soccer League 

PO Box 187 Tracy CA 95378 US

Sportsmanship Teamwork Strength Character Discipline Dedication.We welcome all children, regardless of race, creed or national origin.  Our league is registered as a non-profit organization serving the Tracy community for over 32 years.  We strive to provide a safe, educational, and fun soccer environment for the youth of Tracy and surrounding communities.  We appreciate the generous support of the community, local merchants, and civic organizations. 

New heading guidelines by Cal North will be adopted by TYSL this season. 

Sat, Oct 29th 10-2PM

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TYSL has adopted a NO HEADER RULE for U14 division and under.  Meaning only COED teams will be allowed to head balls in TYSL recreational games. 

Pleasanton Ca. (February 24, 2016) – Chairman Pete Zopfi and Executive Director Matthew Madeira announce that Cal North, in accordance with U.S. Soccer guidelines and intent, is implementing the following rules for heading:

  • No heading for players 12 years old and younger in games.   See Note for TYSL -->
  • Abide by U.S. Soccer recommendations for heading in practice (heading training for players age 11 to 13 years of age should be limited to a maximum of 30 minutes per week with no more than 15 to 20 headers per player per week).
  • When a player deliberately heads the ball in a game, an indirect free kick should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. However, if a player deliberately heads a ball within their goal area, the indirect free kick by the attacking team should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred.
  • “A large part of our passion for the game is doing all we can to promote the safety and health of our valued players”, said Madeira. Zopfi comments “Cal North has been, and will continue to be, a leader in concussion awareness within youth soccer.”

Cal North will continue to monitor decisions made by U.S. Soccer with regards to concussion protocol and heading.

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​ You can check for field status hot-line and closures at
209 831-4222.