Braintree Youth Soccer

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Braintree Spring Travel Soccer Try-Outs Continue Next Saturday, 9/23/2023!

SATURDAY 9/23 - BOYS 5TH/6TH GRADE - 2:30 P.M.-4:00 P.M. @ EAST MIDDLE

SATURDAY 9/23 - BOYS 3RD/4TH GRADE - 4:00 P.M.-5:30 P.M. @ EAST MIDDLE

SUNDAY 9/24 - GIRLS 5TH/6TH GRADE - 8:30 A.M.-9:45 A.M. @ EAST MIDDLE

SUNDAY 9/24 - GIRLS 7TH/8TH GRADE - 10:00 A.M.-11:15 A.M. @ EAST MIDDLE

Braintree Youth Soccer 2023 Schedules

2023 Schedules

Braintree Youth Soccer 2023 Standings

2023 Standings 

BYS Night @ The Revs 2023

Hey There BYS Families,

It's that time of year again...with the start of the Braintree Youth Soccer season, comes the Annual BYS Night @ The New England Revolution!  

We're lucky enough to see the Revs on their hunt for the playoffs, as they play against Charlotte FC @ Gillette Stadium on Saturday, September 30, 2023 @ 7:30 p.m., with tailgating starting at 5:00 p.m. in our own BYS-specific parking lot!

Tickets for this year's event will be $25/piece, and include your mobile ticket to the game, parking in a BYS-specific lot at Gillette Stadium, and FREE hot dogs, FREE chips and FREE waters, provided by BYS at our tailgate in the parking lot prior to the game!  

This is one of the greatest events, and a favorite of many of our longtime volunteers, that we take part in each year, and it's a great opportunity to catch a game, meet other Braintree Youth Soccer family and friends, and all that, at a very affordable cost.

If you're interested in tickets, please e-mail BYS President Adam Ringius at, and he will get back to you and he will work out payment details, your mobile phone # for proper transfer, and transfer the tickets to you.

Thanks, and we look forward to seeing you at the game!

Braintree Youth Soccer 2nd Annual Cleat Swap

It's back...the second Annual Braintree Youth Soccer cleat swap; once again, thanks to the Donovan Family for the awesome sign! We will have a table setup behind the Snack Bar at East Middle School on Tuesday, August 22, 2023, from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m., again on Thursday, August 31, 2023, from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., and every Saturday throughout the Fall with cleats aplenty...take a pair if you need them, leave a pair if you don't need them any more, and don't spend any $, FREE! 

Congratulations To Josh Norton! 

-1st Annual David Ringius Scholarship Recipient-

Congratulations to Josh Norton on being the recipient of Braintree Youth Soccer's First Annual David Ringius Scholarship. Josh came up through the Braintree Youth Soccer program, playing from K-8, participating in the Travel Soccer Program, waking up and helping out with field crew on Saturday mornings at the crack of down, participated as one of our first in-town mentor-trained referees, received USSF referee certification, and still continues serving the program today as one of our older referees. Josh continued his soccer career at Blue Hills Regional Technical School, and graduated this year, after being a 4 year starter for the Varsity soccer team, and the Team Captain. We are so proud of Josh, and look forward to seeing the big things he will do!

For those who aren't aware, Braintree Youth Soccer gives out 2 scholarships to Braintree High School graduates each year; one is name in honor/memory of Nelson Chin to a graduating male and the other in honor/memory of Michael Doheny to a graduating female. Being cognizant of the fact that we have had many amazing athletes come through our program who go to other private and regional vocational schools, we wanted to reward them as well. So, this year, we started a new scholarship in memory of David Ringius, a long time BYS volunteer (1985-1999 for his 3 kids) and then again (2009-2021 for his 5 grandkids) to be awarded to an athlete from a high school graduate who didn't attend Braintree High School.

The athletes who receive these scholarships must meet the criteria of having played in our program, giving back to the program upon completion (snack bar, coaching, reffing, field crew, etc.), and playing on the High School soccer team during their time. The combination of positive soccer play, teamwork, and volunteerism, are the pillars on which our program was built, and we are happy to give back in some small way to the future of our former players. 

2022 Nelson Chin Memorial Golf Tournament

Braintree Youth Soccer was extremely excited to take part, and give back, to the 2022 Nelson Chin Memorial Golf Tournament!  Whether it was our current President, former President, current Treasurer, and countless former and current volunteers out there golfing, our being the sponsor of a hole, or making our way through the rain onto the course, as we have so many Saturdays on the soccer fields ourselves, it was a great day!  To be able to honor and remember our dear friend Nelson Chin out there is something so small compared to his impact on BYS as a volunteer, coach, and President, or his continued commitment as Director of Parks and Rec to our fields and kids, but Nelson did so much more for all the kids and the Braintree community as a whole that we could never thank he or his family (for sharing him with us all those years) enough. 

Fall Soccer Reminder: No Earrings

Parents - here is your annual reminder to avoid getting your player's ears pierced for the beginning of the school year.  No earrings or jewelry of any kind may be worn (exception: jewelry expressing a medical condition).  No, you may not tape over the earrings; they must be removed in order to play.

Also: Footwear

For safety reasons please wear only soccer shoes, or sneakers.

Per BYS Rule of Play / Section 2.4 Equipment:

Parking at East Middle School

We would like to thank everyone in advance for their help with parking at East Middle School:

In case of inclement weather, be sure to check the BYS Web Site

The primary goals of Braintree Youth Soccer are to foster, encourage and educate the youth of Braintree in the sport of soccer.  We provide the opportunity for the youth of Braintree to develop and participate in recreational activity in order to instill in all young people the ideals of good sportsmanship, loyalty and courage

 Source: BYS Articles of Organization

All coaches, referees, parents, spectators, and most importantly, players are expected to encourage and promote sportsmanship.

 The BYS Fall Program is a recreational league for children residing and/or attending school in Braintree. Players must be in Grades K through 8 to play. The goal of the league is to promote Soccer and to allow everyone to enjoy the game. more...

 The Spring Travel season begins in April with playoffs held mid June. Player development is key throughout the winter and spring season with training sessions held regularly. more...