Frequently Asked Questions

How old does my child need to be?
Starting at Kindergarten your child is eligible to play. Children are able to play from Kindergarten to 8th Grade.

What schools participate in the Brownsville League?
The North District Soccer Association includes the following school districts:

  • Campbellsport Public School
  • Eden Public School
  • Fond du Lac Schools
  • Home Schooled Children
  • Lomira Public School
  • Mayville Public School
  • Oakfield Public School
  • Shepherd of the Hills, Eden
  • St John's, Lomira
  • St. Luke's Lutheran, Oakfield
  • St. Matthew's, Campbellsport
  • St. Paul's, Brownsville
  • Theresa Public School

Where do I find the Registration forms and Volunteer Forms?
The Registration forms are available online - visit the Registration page.

What if I miss the registration deadline?
All registrations received after the deadline listed on the Registration tab will have an additional $30 late fee and the registration will be held and not be processed until funds are collected.

What is the refund policy?
The NDFSA will not issue refunds at anytime for any reason, please be sure that your child is committed to playing soccer.

What size ball does my child need?
This ball size is determined by the grade of your child:

  • 5K, 1st & 2nd grades - Size 3

  • 3rd through 6th grades - Size 4

  • 7th & 8th grades - Size 5

How are the teams determined?
Teams are selected by grouping grades together:

  • Kindergarten
  • 5th and 6th Grade
  • 1st and 2nd Grade
  • 7th and 8th Grade
  • 3rd and 4th Grade
  • Teams are determined by looking at the male to female ratio and the grade ratio (1st to 2nd grade) ratio.

Can siblings play on the same team?
If the siblings are within the same grade grouping, like 1st and 2nd grade, we will try to place your children on the same team.

Who's my Child's coach?
The Coaches and Assistant Coaches for all teams are volunteers. In accordance with SAY, each of the coaches will complete a background check form. The background check form is for the safety of our children. The Coach will be contacting you via a phone call, prior to practice beginning in August.

What do the children need for practice?

  • Wear shin guards covered by socks
  • Bring a drink, preferably water
  • Please no earrings, watches, bracelets or necklaces
  • Soccer shoes

When will practices start?
Practice dates, times and places are determined by the Coach. Most practices begin the end of July or beginning of August.

How long are practices generally?
The Coach will determine the length of time of the practices. Most practices will be between 45 minutes to an hour and a half.

What are the dates and times for the games?
Game schedules will be handed out during on the first practices, including a roster of the children on your child's team.

As a new coach, I heard about this, "Times Two Policy", what is it?
This is a requirement of SAY which requires no less than two (2) adults (suggested as unrelated), per team, to be present at all team functions such as games, practices, picnics, etc. There should be NO exceptions.

Where can I find more information about SAY Soccer?
Check out for more information related to SAY (Soccer Association for Youth).

If I volunteer when should I be contacted with information what to do?
Once the completed volunteer form is completed and processed, the Chair of that specific area will be contacting the volunteers. In some cases, we may be asking you to complete a background check form for the safety of our children.

How do I join the board?
Please contact any one of the board members. The list of all board members and current positions are posted on the Board of Directors page.

Who do I contact if I have a question or a complaint?
Please contact one of the Board members with any questions. We ask that all complaints be submitted in writing to: North District Flyway Soccer Association, to the attention of the Board President (address found on Board of Directors page).

Is there a policy regarding carry-ins?
The NDFSA relies on revenue from the concession stand to keep your registration fees low. Therefore carry-ins are not allowed during league play, this includes weekly games and Festival games. However, a light team snack and/or drink provided to players after the game are acceptable. Team Pizza parties and the like should be held during weekly practices or when concession stand is not operating.

Due to the number of children we have in the North District Flyway Soccer Association we are unable to meet all special requests.

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