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Affiliated Organizations

Please note: Affiliation does not mean a particular club is up-to-date in its registration requirements. It simply means that the particular club or organization has properly submitted the written instruments and governing documents and other materials necessary to become an affiliate of Massachusetts Youth Soccer.

All Organizations
All member organizations must make sure all business and governing documents are kept up to date and readily available.  The list of requirements below must be available upon request from Mass Youth Soccer:

  • Non-Profits - Bylaws and Constitution (individual or combined document)
  • For Profit - Articles of Incorporation/Operating Agreement and Constitution
  • Both forms or incorporation:
    • ‚ÄčOrganization's Policies, Procedures, Rules
    • Proof of being officially registered with state of Massachusetts as an entity and up to date on reports
    • IRS Tax ID Number
    • Proof of having a business checking account


Notice to New Organizations
Starting a new youth soccer organization is a huge commitment. It’s not as easy as getting a bunch of interested parents and players, picking out a name, collecting some money, putting together kits, and taking to the fields. New clubs should be started with a lot of serious thought and purpose. 

New youth soccer organizations that wish to be affiliated with Massachusetts Youth Soccer must submit the above items to the Executive Director in order to be considered for affiliation.

Consult the Member Toolkit web page to identify required content that must be included in your documents and operations.  These include information in the Governing Principles document, use of the Mass Youth Soccer required waiver template language and references to the Mass Youth Soccer policies for Discipline and Grievances.

Should the organization's documentation be deemed acceptable, it will receive written notice. Failure to provide an any of requirements noted above will result in a delay to the acceptance process.

In addition to required documents and proofs, the club President/Owner will have a phone or in-person interview with the Executive Director.