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NEXT League Meeting - June 23- Location TBD

SISL AWARDS NIGHT AT ST. LOUIS FC Soccer game on May 29.  For tickets - copy and paste  http://goo.gl/gQAd4p      League Champions will be presented with medals prior to the St. Louis FC game vs Rio Grande Valley at 7 pm at St. Louis Soccer Park.  If you are ordering more than 30 tickets - please call Andrew Williams at (314) 809-2953.


HEADING BAN ADOPTED IN SISL FOR SPRING - SISL will be adopting the heading ban this spring for all its U12 and under teams since we currently have a combined U11/12 division.  We will readdress the age limit in fall if we have separate divisions for U11 and U12. Here is the ban information coming from Illinois Youth Soccer --   Effective immediately, in accord with the recommendations in US Soccer’s Player Safety Campaign the Illinois Youth Soccer has banned heading for players aged 10 and younger for all Illinois Youth Soccer activities including but not limited to Illinois Youth Soccer Member League play, practices and tournaments.  A purposeful header by a player in any bracket for players aged 10 and younger shall result in an indirect free kick awarded to the opponent. 


Drone policy at US Youth events - It is the policy of US Youth Soccer to provide an environment for its youth soccer players. Therefore, the use of unmanned aircrafts are not to be at activities of events of US Youth Soccer for youth soccer players. As an organization committed to providing a developmental, healthy, and safe environment, US Youth Soccer recognizes that the safety of its youth players is paramount. 






SISL Spring 2016 Schedules for U9 - U12 - click here 




Looking for a way to make some extra money?  Why not referee for SISL?  Referee clinics coming in Dec and Jan.  More information to following under the Referee tab as clinics are post and ready for registeration.   


 ODP  and Pre - ODP registration is now open - click here to register


New this year - Pre-ODP - This program is for 2005/2006 players.  Check it out 





No play if the temperature or wind chill is 24 degree or below.  This policy conforms with one used by local colleges for temperature in cold weather. The League will use Weather Bug to monitor the weather. 



Coaching License - more information under Coaching Education tab



E  coaching License 


July 16/17 weekend - location SLSG Fields in Collinsville


D  coaching License




May 7/8  - instructional phase

 July 9/10 - performance Review phase

(location SLSG fields in Collinsville)




Fields for Spring 2016 Games will be at SWIC IN Granite City for U9 - U12 teams  


10 Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids Avoid Overuse Injuries and Burnout in Sports (from US Soccer Youth Soccer)

Here are 10 examples of how parents can help their children stay healthy and keep their passion for sports.


Fall Schedules - click here


League runs Aug 21 to Nov 22.  League games will be played at O'Fallon Sports park this fall.    

Applied Teams for SISL Fall 2015

Also - looking to play in a few league games - we have a shorten schedule with reduced prices. Call 618-558-1553 or email sislsadm@yahoo.com. 



                      2015 - 2016 Bob Yount Scholarship
SISL awards a $500 scholarship to one male and one female high school graduating senior player each year. Deadline for essay submission is June 15 so don't delay. See application for more information.
2015- 2016 application Click HERE

2014 - 2015 Winners:
Boys' scholarship winner: Charles McGhee
Girls' scholarship winner: no applicants


Coaching Course are listed under Coaching Education or check with Illinois Youth Soccer under coaching education for additional courses through out the state

ODP- Fall registration  starting in October     

 To read more on ODP - check here             

Red Card -Player Pass Return Policy
  All coaches or managers seeking to pick up player passes for red cards need to contact the General Manager, Jane Raede at mailto:sislsadm@yahoo.com to make arrangements. Reminder - If you have a red card you are unable to attend the game(s) you are suspended from. All fines must be paid for card to be released.
Note from the SISL President
  Those that would like to attend a board meeting and present issues must notify the League General Manager at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. The league exectutive board will be notified of the request and decide whether or not to add the issue to the meeting agenda.
Players registered with the Southern Illinois Soccer League (SISL) are only permitted to participate in three SISL games per week. Tournament games and games in other leagues will not count for purposes of this policy. For purposes of this policy, SISL defines a week as being from Saturday morning through Friday night. Each club, by agreeing to participate in SISL, does hereby agree to monitor and enforce this policy with all players rostered to their club. Violations of this policy will be considered an offense by the club rostering a player in violation and will therefore result in disciplinary action being taken against the club. A club's first violation of this policy will result in a $250 fine and a second violation will result in a $500 fine. Violations under this policy are not counted on a per player basis, but are cumulative to the club for all players rostered to that club

1) Referee Fees: Referee fees are paid according the the age division, not necessarily by the age of the teams. For instance, U-12 teams playing in a U13 division will have to pay the U13 fees ($32 per team). U9 games will only be played with one center ref. Therefore you only have to pay your share of the center refs fees or $12.50 per team.
2) U-12 teams game ball: U-12 teams playing in a U13 bracket will normally be using a size 5 ball. However, if both teams are U12, and both teams agree, they may exercise the option to play with a Size 4 ball. However, the game length and ref fees remain at the U13 level.
3) Normally, it takes 6 teams to make a division, if there are less than 6 teams in an age group, the league will exercise the option to combine it with another age division.. In addition, if there are 12 or more teams in an age division, the league will normally divide that into two divisions based on previous records in an effort to make the games more competitive.