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Youth Soccer - General Information

The 2019 CYC soccer season begins in late August and runs through November.
(See below for information about registration, ID cards, etc.)

Parents need to register their children through local Catholic parishes.

  1. If you are Catholic, contact the parish you are registered in.
  2. If you are non-Catholic, contact the Catholic parish whose boundaries you live within. Click here to use the Parish Finder. Then enter your home address to determine which parish that you reside within.
  3. If the parish that you are registered in, or that you reside in, does not participate in the CYC program, please contact the District that your parish is in or contact the CYC Office at (314) 792-7256 for further information on placement of players on teams that are participating in the Archdiocesan program.

All players need an official CYC ID Card to participate in the program. You can apply for your card online.
You can find dates for upcoming live ID Card sessions here.

All coaches/volunteers must have completed the Archdiocese's Protecting God's Children Workshop, which is coordinated by the Safe Environment Program, as well as have a Missouri Background check done every two years, and have read, signed and returned to your parish the Code of Ethical Conduct.

These are Archdiocesan requirements that the Catholic Youth Council fully supports. You should contact your parish for details about these requirements and/or copies of the forms.

All Coaches/Managers, Kindergarten-8th grade, in the CYC-Sports program also need to have attended the CYC Coaches Training program, "Coaching to Make a Positive Difference". CLICK HERE to go to the online training course. This class needs to be completed prior to the start of your season, and all coaches completing the program need to apply online for their "Coaching Card" or attend a live ID Card session.

PLEASE NOTE: "Out of respect for the minor age players on our teams, the CYC Sports Department requests that all visitors refrain from publicly posting any videos or pictures of CYC sponsored events unless the visitor has the express written permission from the player's parents or the CYC Sports Department to do so. This includes but is not limited to online photo-sharing and posting videos to YouTube or similar applications."
 

Youth Soccer Championships

2018 Archdiocesan CYC Soccer Championships

View photos and order prints of photos taken at the Archdiocesan Soccer Championships!



2018 Archdiocesan CYC GIRLS Soccer Championships

Click Here to Download the 2018 GIRLS Soccer Championships Scores and Standings!

Girls Champions and Runners-Up:

Division Champion Runner-Up
5th Grade Closed St. Alban Roe / Queen of All Saints Co-Champions
5th Grade Open Queen of All Saints Mary, Queen of Peace
6th Grade Closed St. Clare of Assisi St. Margaret Mary Alacoque
6th Grade Open St. Norbert Most Sacred Heart (Eureka)
7th Grade Closed Our Lady (Festus) / Immaculate Conception (Dardenne) Co-Champions
7th Grade Open Holy Redeemer Assumption (O'Fallon)
8th Grade Closed Immaculate Conception (Old Monroe) St. Joseph (Imperial)
8th Grade Open St. Peter (Kirkwood) St. Paul (Fenton)
High School Holy Spirit St. Joseph (Cottleville)

 

2018 Archdiocesan CYC BOYS Soccer Championships

Click Here to Download the 2018 BOYS Soccer Championships Scores and Standings!

Boys Champions and Runners-Up:

Division Champion Runner-Up
5th Grade Closed Ascension (Chesterfield) Our Lady (Festus)
5th Grade Open St. Catherine Laboure Holy Redeemer
6th Grade Closed Ascension (Chesterfield) Our Lady (Festus)
6th Grade Open Immaculate Conception (Dardenne) Holy Redeemer
7th Grade Closed St. Catherine Laboure St. Mary Magdalen
7th Grade Open St. Catherine Laboure St. Paul (Fenton)
8th Grade Closed St. Catherine Laboure Our Lady (Festus)
8th Grade Open Ascension (Chesterfield) St. Peter (Kirkwood)

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Judge Dowd Soccer League

The league was named for Judge Robert G. Dowd, Sr., who founded the league in 1965 for boys and girls in kindergarten, first and second grade. The mission of the league is to provide players with instruction in the fundamentals and rules of the game, while stressing the importance of sportsmanship and teamwork.

For more information about the Judge Dowd Soccer League, visit the Judge Dowd Soccer League page.