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Winter Registration Is OPEN! PDF Print E-mail
Registration for the winter session of JU IN HOUSE soccer is now open!  Those planning to participate in this program are encouraged to register as soon as possible so we can finalize the professional training from the Pittsburgh Soccer Academy!
Last Updated ( Tuesday, November 10 2015 21:13 )
Parent / Coach Information PDF Print E-mail
Please be sure to check out the Documents tab on the left side of our home page.  This will direct you to several informational articles under the General Documents tab, intended to make the youth soccer experience better for all involved.
Last Updated ( Saturday, May 23 2015 11:38 )
JU Partners with Buffalo Wild Wings in West Millin! PDF Print E-mail

Jaguars United Soccer Association has recently partnered with Buffalo Wild Wings to participate in the Home Team Advantage Program.   This program is geared towards supporting local non-profit groups, including non-revenue earning sports associations.   The program is very simply and straight-forward.   Here is how it works:
- If you frequent Buffalo Wild Wings (West Mifflin location), all you need to do is mention that you are affiliated with Jaguars United Soccer Association and 10% of your bill will automatically be donated to our organization.  It is as simple as that. 
- The program begins today and runs through January 2016 (14 months total).   At the end of the program, the organization will receive a single check from Buffalo Wild Wings reflective of 10% of the overall amount spent by JU members over that time. 
Last Updated ( Tuesday, May 05 2015 20:24 )
Sportsmanship In Focus PDF Print E-mail

Good sportsmanship happens on both sides of the field. As a parent and a fan, you play an important role in establishing and maintaining good sportsmanship. Be a role model for your child by setting the tone of good sportsmanship before, during, and after the game.

Here are 4 ways you can practice good sportsmanship from the spectators side of the field.

1) Positive Cheering

TRY: Cheering with positive comments or noisemakers.

* Yah, Whoo Hoo, Way to go, Great try, Well done, nice job, etc.

*Wave towels, pom poms or signs, clap, stomp or ring cowbells or other noisemakers. 

AVOID: Negative comments or coaching from the stands.

2)  Cheer For Everybody

TRY: Celebrate great efforts by both teams. Give opponents and opposing parents a sincere "good game" when the match is over.  Thank the official and coaches for a job well done.

AVOID:  Only cheering for your child.  Only talking about your son/daughter on the spectator's sideline.  Telling the coach how, when or where to play your child. 

3)  Positive Post Game Discussion 

TRY: Asking

*What was themost fun part of today's game?

*What was your favorite play?

*What did you learn from today's game?

AVOID:  PGA - Post Game Analysis

*You should have done this or that.

*Don't you think you should have...?

*Why didn't you...? 

4) Keep Your Emotions In Check

TRY:  Being Calm

*Count to ten and take a deep breath.

*Wait at least a day before initiating any discussions with the coaches.

*See the big picture, not just the scoreboard.

AVOID: Being Over Emotional

*Yell and scream in an irrate or negative manner.


*Distract from the game with bad behavior on the spectator's sideline.

*Lose perspective.


These suggestions are offered in part by Positive Coaching Alliance, and when followed, will help to ensure and enjoyable experience for all involved.   


Last Updated ( Tuesday, November 10 2015 21:11 )
USSF Develops Player Development Initiatives PDF Print E-mail

The US Soccer Board of Directors approved Youth Development Initiatives developed and proposed by the national coaching staff at its meeting on July 5 

These two initiatives mandate small-sided games and a move to calendar-year age groups.

Please note the implementation schedule:

 Adopted as a Best Practice – August 2016 for 2016/2017 Soccer Year

This approach will provide sufficient time for implementation. The approved timetable allows the 2015/2016 soccer year for communication, explanation, and planning and then initial implementation on September 1, 2016 for the 2016/2017 soccer year.


U6 and U7- 4v4 with no keeper - 30x20 yd. field - four 8 minute quarters

U8 -  4v4 with no keeper - 30x20 yd field - three 15 minute thirds

U9 and U10 - 7v7 - 47x30 yd. field - two 25 minute halves

U11 and U12 - 9v9 - 75 x 47 yd. field - two 30 minute halves

U13 and above - 11v11 - 112 x 75 yd. field - two 35 minute halves 

Last Updated ( Monday, August 10 2015 18:14 )

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