Competitive Uniform Update

For those of you with first time players in the LYSA competitive program, they will need a uniform. Our uniform supplier is DMK Sports in Smithfield. LYSA is currently in the process of changing over uniform styles. The same navy blue color is there, but the logo and piping will be different from older style uniforms that last year’s players are wearing. We are not mandating returning players to buy the new uniforms this year, however by September 2013 everyone will need to be in the newer style.

The uniform ‘Pack’ is shorts, socks and two shirts (Navy & White) and will cost $74 to our members.

Samples are now in at DMK. You will need to bring your child there to get them sized. Don at DMK Sports said walk-ins are fine, if you would like to call ahead you can reach DMK by phone at 401-232-3609 or by e-mail at donjr at dmksports.com


Victoria Williams Named R.I. Super Liga Female Referee of the Year

All of us at LYSA would like to congratulate Victoria Williams who has been named the 2012 Angelo D. Passaretta Memorial Female Referee of the Year by the R.I. Youth Super Liga . This is a wonderful accomplishment.

Well done Victoria!

Victoria in Action

Female Referee of the Year


Thank you to our Fall 2012 Sponsors and Supporters!

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LYSA Girls Win Super Liga U14 Anchor Division Championship

With a 4-2 victory over South County, our LYSA U14 girls captured the Super Liga Anchor Division Championship on June 12th at the Burrillville-Glocester Soccer Complex. This is the first time ever that a girls’ team from Lincoln has won an Anchor Division championship. Over eight regular season games leading up to the championship game, the team’s record was 5-0-3, finishing first in their division.

Lincoln Young Freedom - Anchor Division Champions coached by Stephen Breggia and Rick Leal.

Lincoln Young Freedom


Lincoln Young Freedom Attend Night of Champions at Gillette

By virtue of their performance this winter, Lincoln’s own U14 girls, the “Lincoln Young Freedom”,  were invited to Gillette for a “Night of Champions” on April 14th to see the Revs play DC United.

Before the game, the team was brought onto the field for photos.

During the game, the team's name flashed across the Jumbotron.