Danbury Youth Soccer Club is a non-profit organization. It operates under the general auspices of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) but is governed locally through its own Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is charged with providing
Danbury Youth Soccer Club Travel and Premier Team General Information.
DYSC is celebrating our 40th Anniversary of Serving the Youth of Danbury as one of the longest standing and best Clubs in the State with a rich tradition and history. DYSC has an outstanding partnership with the Mayor, City Parks and Recreation, PAL and Danbury Public School officials that help us provide excellent soccer venues in the city to support our programs year round for outdoor and indoor futsal.
DYSC provides the highest level of coaching and a uniform approach to player development. As each player moves through the program they are placed at the appropriate level to reach their potential. Our collective staff is comprised of coaches with active or past experience at the College level, the High School, CJSA Olympic Development Program, CJSA coaching Education, US Soccer Academy, regional teams, Elite, Premier and travel. All of our coaches are US Soccer Federation Certified and work together as collective group to stay informed and up to date to all US Soccer federation updates and licensing requirements.
DYSC Travel and Premier Programs
Description of DYSC Soccer Programs
TRYOUTS ARE REQUIRED TO PLAY IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS BELOW
Danbury Travel teams
CJSA SWD leagues - 2 practices/week Fall and Spring, weekend games, tournaments, CT CUP plus indoor winter training. Combined 50 training sessions and 25 games.
Danbury Premier teams
CJSA Premier League - 2 practices/week, SAQ training each week, games, tournaments, ST CUP plus indoor training sessions. Combined 70 training sessions and 25 games. High school aged players do not play during HS Soccer.
Danbury/ACC Elite teams
CJSA Elite League - 2 practices/week, SAQ training each week, games, tournaments, ST CUP plus indoor training sessions. Combined 70 training sessions and 25 games. High school aged players do not play during HS Soccer..
SAQ, is Strength Agility and Quickness training, which is soccer specific training to build athleticism. These session are run by professional fitness trainers.