Games will be played as scheduled and delayed or cancelled at the field if hazardous weather moves into the area. 


2014 Upper Division Playoff Schedules are now posted here.  You will also find rules, team rankings, and Final Four and Championship schedules. 

 All championship and third place games from the weekend are now posted.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 5:30-7:30 p.m.                

  Free of Charge   Food will be provided

Duluth location to be announced upon registration         

Join us for a conversation about the immense impact coaches have on their players. 

Help us improve the culture of coaching.
Key discussion questions will include:
What impact do you have on your players, beyond their athletic abilities?
How do you impact players' identities and perceptions?
How do we promote positive messages about the equal value of both girls and boys in sports?

Please register for this session by clicking here



Registration for all 2014 sessions is now closed

This summer  AYSA will offer Little NetBusters, a program for 3 and 4 year old soccer players. This fun introduction to soccer will feature age appropriate soccer activities, rather than formal games. Each session will last one hour, and will be led by trained coaches using a curriculum designed for our youngest players.

Session I will run from June 3 through July 1 in Duluth, and session II will run from July 29 - August 26 in Duluth and Cloquet.

Players must be either 3 or 4 years old on July 31, 2014.  

Please click "read more" for program and registration details


 2014 Lower Division soccer registration for players 5-12 was held in late April.  Registration continues on a space available basis.  Please contact your local club coordinator (listed below) for information on fees and how to register. Games begin August 1.  Game nights are:
               U13: Monday/Wednesday
                  U12: Tuesday/Thursday 
                  U10: Monday/ Wednesday 
                  U8:   Tuesday/Thursday 
                  U6    Monday/Wednesday 
For a registration form, please click here.
For local club contact information, please click "read more"


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The first annual AYSA Kick it Forward Duluth Soccer Fair was held on April 27.  Approximetely 1000 kids and parents participated in the fair's activities.  Highlights of the day included a street soccer tournament that 127 kids participated in, the MN United skills session, with hundreds of kids learning from the pros, and a soccer skills contest for kids 8 -13.  We have many people and organizations to thank for our success, a few of which are listed below.


The US Soccer Foundation is supporting Arrowhead Youth Soccer's Kick It Forward program in 2014.  The US Soccer Foundation had provided funding and equipment to assist us with our after school and summer soccer programs in Lincoln Park and Central/East Hillside.  For more information on US Soccer Foundation grants and other programs, please click here.  

A big thank you to US Soccer Foundation for allowing us to make sure that every kid that wants to play soccer is able to!  



 Clyde Iron Works is showing  World Cup games on their really, really, big screen!


Clyde Iron Works Restaurant will have the US world cup games on their giant screen on June 16, 5 PM, 6/22, 5 PM, and 6/26, 11AM.  Join other soccer fans to cheer on the USA at Clyde!

Clyde is also screening all quarter final,and semi final games, as well as the final, on the big screen.

Restaurant Hours - 11 AM - 9 PM

2920 West Michigan Street

Right Next Door To the Duluth Heritage Sports Center


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One of the ways AYSA supports our local youth soccer community is to offer two $500 college scholarships each year.  The Arrowhead Youth Soccer College Scholarship Program was established in the year 2000 through the efforts of the AYSA Board of Directors.  High school seniors that live in an area served by AYSA and that participated in AYSA or another local youth soccer program are eligible to apply.  Recipients are selected by the AYSA Board of Directors in late summer or fall of each year. Registration forms are available here and will be sent to local high school guidance offices by April 1.  Congratulations to our 2013 scholarship recipients; James Foldesi from Denfeld High School and Lauren Elwell from Duluth East High School!  If you have questions regarding the college scholarship, please contact Dave Geary at 218-624-1713 or

All AYSA coaches are required to complete concussion training before they can coach games or practices.  The video training at this link meets those requirements.  Please print the completion form at the end of the training.
This is also a great video for parents or players.  It will help you recognize the signs of concussion and provides information on how to deal with a player that may have a concussion.  Learn more in this CDC sponsored concussion video.  Please click Read More to access the video training.


An organization as large as AYSA has many volunteers and supporters that work behind the scenes with little recognition.   One company that has been supporting AYSA activities for more than 15 years is Hartel DBJ Disposal.  Hartel donates disposal and recycling services on select  AYSA fields, saving our organization significent dollars, and allowing us to keep the cost of playing soccer affordable.  This is our opportunity to say Thanks to Hartel DBJ Disposal!.

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 For More Information on Hartel DBJ Services please call 218 729-5446 or check their web site at

Are you interested in increasing your knowledge of soccer rules?
We have included a number of short video presentations on soccer rules in order to give coaches and parents an opportunity to better understand the rules of the game and how referee make their on field decisions.  Each topic is very short, about ten minutes, and presented in an informative and easy to understand format.
These presentations will give viewers an opportunity to see the information presented to referees in order to help them discern the difference between a legal challenge and a foul.
  Here are links to video rules topics:


A concussion is a brain injury and can be quite serious.  The US Dept. of Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has prepared some excellent resources to help parents and players identify the signs and symptoms of concussions, and what to do if you think you or a family member may have a concussion.

Please click here for a fact sheet for parents.

Please click here for a fact sheet for players.

You will also find lots of information and resources at the CDC web site by clicking here.

The Minnesota State High School League has a very good fact sheet on returning to play after a concussion.  You can access it by clicking here.

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Arrowhead Youth
Soccer Association
3501 Grand Ave.
Duluth, MN 55807
Ph: (218) 624-1713
Fx: (218) 624-1759

Serving Northeastern Minnesota and Superior, WI 

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