CYSA Tournament Procedures
You MUST follow the District II tournament application procedures
You MUST use the 2009/2010 Tournament Team Application to apply to any tournament on the Tournament Calendar. The calendar continues to be updated throughout the year. Always check the tournament calendar before submitting your applications to a tournament. Carefully note the deadlines for applying.
NOTE for U9 and Younger Teams
District II supports the CYSA policy of no tournaments for team U9 and younger. Tournament applications for U9 and younger teams will be rejected. See the D2 Jamboree page for available U9 competitions.
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Teams applying to CYSA-sanctioned tournaments should now submit their application and fees directly to the desired tournament. Applications no longer need to be submitted to your District II Tournament Director for processing.
Teams are allowed to apply to only ONE tournament per weekend, whether it is a CYSA, Out-of-State, or International tournament. You cannot apply to multiple tournaments on the same weekend, and wait to see which one(s) accept your team before deciding which to attend.
You may only apply to another tournament for a given weekend after being rejected from your original choice for that weekend. Teams found to have violated this policy will face severe penalties from CYSA-N.
Teams withdrawing from a tournament should also be aware that they may forfeit their application fee upon withdrawal. Please check with each tournament regarding the refund policies. In addition to forfeiting your application fee, teams withdrawing from a tournament less than 14 days before the start of play may be fined by a tournament up to $300 for a late withdrawal.
If you have any questions, please direct them to your District II Tournament Director:
Submitting a New Tournament Application Following Rejection
Acceptance and rejection notices for applications received by the tournament before the application deadline will be mailed within seven days of the application deadline date. If you are rejected from a tournament and are reapplying to another one on the same weekend, you must send a copy of the rejection letter along with the second application. Failure to do this will result in a delay in the processing of the second application.
Withdrawal from a Tournament
A team wishing to withdraw from a tournament must do so in writing. The withdrawal request must be sent to the tournament director no later than 14 days prior to the start of the tournament. The withdrawing team must be able to provide written confirmation of its withdrawal request that includes acknowledgement from the tournament director. If you have withdrawn from a tournament and are reapplying to another one on the same weekend, you must send a copy of the written withdrawal request and the acknowledgement of the tournament along with the second application. Failure to do this will result in a delay in processing of the second application.
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CCSL Fall 2013 Playing League
Click here for more information on the CCSL Fall 2013 playing league, the largest playing league in Northern California!
District 2 teams overwhelmingly play in this league for the competition, the appropriate travel and the customer service!
2013 District II Fall Cup
2013 District 2 Fall Cup registration is now open! To apply click here
For a list of accepted teams, click here
- U12 thru U13 play 11/16 & 11/17
- U14 thru U19 play 10/19 & 10/20
- $300 (until 9/6)
- $375 (9/7 - 10/6)
- $425 (after 10/6*)
- $400 (until 9/13)
- $500 (9/14 - 10/13)
- $550 (after 10/13*)
- $400 (until 8/15)
- $500 (8/16 - 9/15)
- $550 (after 9/15*)
* Late fee included. Teams will only be accepted on an as needed basis.
U14-U19 teams - Fall SAT test is scheduled for Sat, 11/2/2013; PSAT's are scheduled for Wed, 10/16/2013 and Sat, 10/19/2013.
CCSL - Spring 2013
For more information on the CCSL 2012-2013 Spring League, click here.
District II Coaching Courses
For information about CYSA coaching courses that have been scheduled, click here.
District II Referee Classes and Fun Runs
to view the dates and times when the entry level Grade 8 Referee Clinics are being offered. This year's dates and additional information for District II "Fun Runs" and written tests for referees who are upgrading to Grade 7 or above can be found here