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Classic Overview

The NCYSA Classic Program is a state-wide competitive league administered by the NCYSA State Office, the VP of Classic and the Classic Council. It is the highest level of play offered within NCYSA. Please email Colby Morton with questions.

Please click here for the Soccer In College/Sinc Sports website, containing schedules and other important information.

View the FAQ's below or the links at right for agendas and minutes from the Classic Council Meetings.

How Can We Place Our Team Into the Classic League?

If your team is currently playing for a member NCYSA Association, contact your President and/or Director of Coaching. They will provide the path for your team to enter the Classic League.

The Classic League is for NCYSA member teams only.  For questions, please email Colby Morton.

Where Can We Find Our Standings and Schedules?

NCYSA uses Sinc Sports for our scheduling and standing program. You may use the link at right or click here for their website. (www.ncysaclassic.com) 

My Team Information is Wrong in Sinc Sports. How Can We Fix it?

Please email Colby Morton. She will assist you in updating your information.

Our Score Was Entered Incorrectly in Sinc Sports . . .

Please email Colby Morton. She will assist you in verifying or correcting the score.

We had an Issue of Misconduct at our Match.

Please send an email to both Colby Morton and the Discipline Appeals Administrator, Mark Moore. They will get in touch to follow up.

Inquiries should be by the Coach or the Director of Coaching of your local Association.

Note: Not every situation is a true act of misconduct or D&A issue, but NCYSA will help you to sort it out.

 

How Much are Referee Fees?

You may find the Referee Fees linked here. 

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