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Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association

Beginning Tuesday May 26th, we will be in our seasonal 'summer' office at the FYSA soccer field complex at 1901 Wilbur Street. For the week of May 25th, we will be open Tuesday through Friday, 10am-7pm and Saturday 10am-4pm.

Thank you!

FYSA Staff
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FYSA Staff

Executive Director

Colt Chase

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Program Coordinators

Tanisha Smith
& Myha Cortez

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Referee Coordinator
Bryce Melegari[email protected]
Field Maintenance
Peter Shurr[email protected]

Mission Statement

"The purpose of this association shall be for the education of individuals interested in the game of soccer, and for its promotion, and administration for players under nineteen years of age within the Fairbanks area."

About Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association

Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) is a not-for-profit Alaskan Organization, allowing tax deductible donations and contributions to the fullest extent of the law.

FYSA is organized to provide nonprofit, public, educational soccer development, competition, coaching licensing and training sessions, and player clinics. Players shall be registered and affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). This registration provides limited liability insurance as well as secondary medical insurance for our programs and participants. FYSA elected leadership is comprised of a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors. The organization currently has a staff of one full-time Executive Director and various part-time staff throughout the year serving in roles such as referees, field crew workers, office staff, etc.

The Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association has two soccer field complexes, the Wilbur Street Soccer Complex, and South Davis Park, conveniently located directly across the street. These summer facilities are the property of the Fairbanks North Star Borough, leased to FYSA to manage and maintain. Our grass complexes are maintained each year entirely within our own program budgets, without any subsidies from taxpayers, the city or borough. In other words, our membership is what makes the incredible field complex possible. Winter programs take place indoors, inside school gyms rented from the FNSBSD.