The Nashua Youth Soccer League (NYSL) is a recreational, non-profit, volunteer organization that teaches basic soccer skills to children between the ages of 5 and 19 years old. It has been serving the Nashua area 40 years!

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Travel Games this Weekend

Teams are identifed by gender (boys/girls/coed) and birth year, so B2011 is the boys team on which the oldest players were born in 2011. Home fields are abbreviated MD1 for Main Dunstable field 1 and MF2 for Mines Falls field 2.

 

The regular season ends this weekend. Playoff implications in some games while several teams look to finish the season on a positive note:

10/22 (Friday) 7PM B2010 visiting Aztecs (preview of a first round playoff matchup)

10/23 10:15 B2013 visiting Bow

10/23 10:30 B2008 visiting Hampstead

10/23 11:15 G2008/09 visiting Bedford

10/23 1PM C2014 visiting Pelham (Rematch from the first game of the year - we will see the growth of this team)

10/23 1PM G2010/11 hosting Hampshire United (top two teams in the division) at MF2

10/23 2:15 B2010 hosting Bow (needing one more win to guarantee a playoff birth) at MF3

10/23 2:15 B2009 hosting Bow (needing at least one win to make the playoffs) at MD1

10/23 3:30 G2011 hosting Litchfield (Litchfield has given up only 3 goals this season, including one to Nashua) at MF2

10/23 5PM G2008 visiting Maximum Velocity

10/23 6:30 B2012 visiting Pelham

10/24 10AM B2009 visiting Bedford (both teams likely need to win this game to make the playoffs)

10/24 1PM B2013 hosting Conval at MD4A

10/24 1PM C2014 hosting Suncook at MD4B

10/24 1PM G2008 visiting Aztec

10/24 3PM G2008/2009 hosting Granite State at MD1

10/24 4PM B2011 hosting Hampshire United at MF3 (no team has had more challenges this season. Come out and celebrate their efforts for the final game of our regular season).

 

10/24 Soccer clinic - Final soccer clinic of the season, 4PM to 7PM - be sure to attend and show Mustafa how much we appreciate his assistance this season.