As part of the US Soccer Concussion Initiative, STYSA adopted a policy on heading the ball which has been in effect since 08/01/16 and should be strictly adhered to.
A gate pass is required to enter post beginning, Tuesday, August 2, 2016.
PASSES MUST BE PICKED UP BY OCTOBER 14, 2016.
AHFSH soccer fields are located on Fort Sam Houston. All adult occupants of the vehicle (drivers and passengers) will need a valid photo ID to enter Fort Sam Houston. Additionally, all vehicles must have current license and inspection stickers.
Please be aware that all vehicles are subject to a random search.
Effective June 18, 2016, ALL ADULT CIVILIANS entering Ft. Sam Houston must obtain a pass to enter the gate. Please register using the link .
Safety of all of our players, parents and volunteers is always a concern. In the event of lightning, AHFSH recommends adherence to the "30/30 Rule"; specifically, if thunder is heard within 30 seconds of seeing lightning, everyone should leave the fields and go to a safe location for at least 30 minutes following the last sighting of lightning. This Rule is recommended by the NCAA and the Lightning Safety Group.
Additional information regarding lightning safety is also available through the National Weather Service.
New U.S. Soccer Coaching Initiatives Target Improvement in Youth Development Standards
In another step towards its commitment to long-term player development, U.S. Soccer is phasing in new standards related to small-sided games and birth-year registration.
U.S. Soccer will standardize small-sided game participation and field size based on player age groups, while also aligning birth-year registration calendars with the start of the calendar year and run from January to December.
The coaching initiatives are focused on advancing youth players’ individual skill and intelligence, and providing players with the best opportunity to improve.
“Our number one goal is to improve our players down the road and these initiatives will help us do that,” said U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team head coach and Youth Technical Director Tab Ramos. “With small-sided standards what we’re trying to do is to help players develop by putting them in an environment where they are constantly involved in the play and our changes in birth-year registration will make age groups easier to understand, while aligning our calendar with the international calendar.”
AHFSH is looking to hire qualified staff
We have teams at Academy Level, D2 , S2 , D1 and SCL Level.
Please send resume to Steve at email@example.com
We are pleased to announce the opening of the AHFSH headquarters to better serve our members. Help is available with registration, payments, uniforms, trophies or any other issues you may need assistance with.
Office hours daily Monday - Friday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
We are located 2 miles from our fields just off Austin Highway.
131 Lanark Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78218
(210) 973 -6002