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Kentucky Youth Soccer Association

Kentucky Youth Soccer Association


158 Constitution Street
Lexington, KY 40507

Executive Director
Kris Zander
443 South Ashland Avenue
Suite 201
Lexington, KY 40502
859-268-1254 Phone
859-269-0545 Fax
Tim Turney
443 South Ashland Avenue
Suite 201
Lexington, KY 40502

By the Numbers
Established: 1979
Number of registered players in 2006: 38,970

Key Tournament Dates
Kentucky Youth Soccer Annual General Meeting – First weekend in August
Kentucky State Championships – Memorial Weekend and first weekend in June
Kentucky Youth Soccer ODP Tryouts – August for 94, 95, and 96 age groups, November for 91, 92, and 93 age groups
Commonwealth Cup Recreational Tournament – Fist two weekends in November
Eurosport Challenge Cup – Third weekend of May and first weekend of June
Kohl's US Youth Soccer American Cup – Second and third weekends of June

Did you know?
• Kentucky Youth Soccer alumni Raymond Burse plays for FC Dallas
• Kentucky Youth Soccer alumni Brad Wilkerson – Texas Rangers (MLB)
• Kentucky Youth Soccer alumni David Akers – Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)
• Kentucky Youth Soccer alumni John Michael Hayden of Louisville was drafted by the reigning MLS Cup Champions, Houston Dynamo with the 13th overall pick at the Major League Soccer (MLS) Superdraft January 12, 2007 in Indianapolis.  As a youth player with Javanon Soccer Club, John Michael was named the 2001 Kentucky Youth Soccer Eurosport Male Player of the Year and 2000 NSCAA/adidas Kentucky Player of the Year.  In addition to his successful career with Javanon Soccer Club, John Michael was a member of Kentucky Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program and was named to the Region II ODP team from 1997-2000.  After graduating from Trinity High School in 2001, John Michael went on to play for the Hoosiers at Indiana University.  After four success years at Indiana, including winning the NCAA Championship titles in 2003 and 2004, John Michael was named to the 2006 Big Ten First Team as a senior