Blue Ridge Youth Soccer Association

Sponsors

Important Fall Dates!

Important Fall Dates!

Excited for our 40th season about to get under way we wanted to share some of the important dates. (All dates are subject to change) Read More
Support BRYSA Sponsors

Support BRYSA Sponsors

See full list of sponsors or find out how to become a sponsor for the upcoming season. Read More
Follow Us

Follow Us

on Facebook. Keep up to date with our latest events, announcements. Read More
Rules to Remember

Rules to Remember

Following a few simple rules makes watching the game more enjoyable for all. Read More

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Aug 12,2017

BRYSA Weekend at Dicks Sporting Goods  Gear up for the soccer season and take 20% off your purchase of cleats, equipment & more! League Reps will be onsite both days  [+]

Jul 19,2017

Wilkin's Shoe Center Cleat SALE  Soccer cleat sale in youth and adult sizes.  [+]

May 11,2017

BRYSA UPDATE:  We have recently received several inquiries regarding the multiple unsolicited emails sent using the BRYSA contact list last year by Cosmo Balio.    [+]

Jun 10,2016

2016 Mountaineer Open Cup | June 18-19, 2016 | Recreation & Travel  2 Exciting One-Day Tournaments, One Big Weekend! June 18-19, 2016 Recreation & Travel     [+]

Field Status

Open

Open
- Frederick County Fields- 
8/18/17

Open

Open
- Winchester City Fields- 
8/18/17

About Us

Blue Ridge Youth Soccer Association
BRYSA is a non-profit, youth soccer association based in the Winchester, Virginia area. Our goals are to teach and promote the game of soccer, practice good sportsmanship, and have fun!

U.S. Soccer Concussion Initiative


Per U.S. Soccer's Concussion Initiative, if a player is suspected to have a head injury the referee is instructed to stop play to allow for treatment/evaluation as needed.


If the player leaves the field of play for additional evaluation, a substitution can be made in that moment.

The player with the suspected head injury may not return to the game unless a Health care Professional (HCP) or Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) has cleared the player.

Any coach or parent insisting on returning the player to the game without approved clearance will result in the referee ending the game.