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My child wants to play Fall Competitive why do they have to play in the Recreational League as well?

The Fall League has been traditionally a recreational time of the year for soccer.   In 2008 CYSA voted to participate in the SuperLiga Fall Competitive Program at the U12 and U14 age levels (there was no U10 SuperLiga league available).  The effect this had on the recreational league was that all of the U12 and U14 had to be coed to support the minimum number of teams required to have a league.  In 2010 the CYSA Board of Directors voted to allow the U10 (Now a U10 SuperLiga league is available) to have one competitive team for both the boys and girls divisions.  In order to maintain the number of teams in the girls/boys recreational league and not turn it into a coed division, the board mandated for only the U10 Competitive group that they must play in the recreational league as well.  In 2010 the U12 and above competitive players have the option to play in the recreational league.  In future years, it will be mandatory that all Fall Comp players play in the recreational league.