ILLOWA YOUTH SOCCER

Upcoming Events
 
Spring 2021 Season Dates
Feb 22 Registration Opens
Mar 14 Registration Closes
Mar 28 Scheduling Meetings
Apr 17-18 Games
Apr 24-25 Games
May 1-2 Games outside QC *
May 8-9 Games
May 15-16 Games outside QC *
May 22-23 Games
May 29-30 Games
Jun 5-6 Games
Jun 12-13 Games

* Game played only outside the QC area for these dates due to conflicting tournaments

 
Spring 2021 League Fees

U8 (4x4) $12/game
U9 (7v7) $48/game
U10 (7v7) $48/game
U11 (9v9) $55/game
U12 (9v9) $55/game
U13 (11v11) $62/game
U14 (11v11) $62/game
U15 (11v11) $67/game
U16 (11v11) $67/game
U17 (11v11) $72/game
U18 (11v11) $72/game
U19 (11v11) $72/game

 
Rainout Info

Rainout Info (Updated May 16th 9:45 AM)

As rainout info gets reported to Illowa, we will post that info here. If your location shows open but conditions look rainy, you can get the most updated info about field conditions by checking the play location using the info below.

Location 5/15 Sat 5/16 Sun Website Phone
Bettendorf NO GAMES

NO GAMES

bsasoccer.org
Dubuque NO GAMES OPEN www.KeyCitySoccer.com 563-564-6122
East Moline NO GAMES NO GAMES www.emssc.org
Galesburg NO GAMES OPEN
Geneseo NO GAMES OPEN www.geneseosoccerclub.org 309-441-5693
Moline NO GAMES

NO GAMES

www.quadcitiesrush.com 309-235-5725
 
Mask Mandate Update

COVID-19 Illowa Update for Games Played in Illinois

(Updated 4/19/21)

After the 1st weekend of play, it has come to the executive board's attention that the mask mandate for Illowa soccer games played in the state of Illinois has not been followed. Illowa is an IYSA sanctioned league. We are bound by IYSA to follow their policies or our insurance will be nullified. Starting the 2ndweek of league play, April 24th - 25th, all players and spectators are required to wear a mask at all times when the games are played in Illinois. Failure to wear a mask will result in a player not being allowed to play, a spectator not allowed to remain at the host complex, or a referee not allowed to officiate. This mask policy is non-negotiable and must be followed for all games played in the state of Illinois or sanctions and fines will be assessed to individual teams and clubs as a whole.

Games played in Iowa DO NOT require a mask for players because the state of Iowa doesn't mandate a mask for youth soccer.

Remember, we are in this together.

https://illinoisyouthsoccer.demosphere-secure.com/illinois-youth-soccer-covid-update-april-14-2021

FACE COVERINGS FOR GAMES PLAYED IN ILLINOIS

Per the current Illinois All Sports Policy "All participants must wear a face covering that fully covers their nose and mouth and fits snugly against the sides of the face with no gaps, whether indoors or outdoors"

Face coverings are always required for players, coaches, referees and spectators. Those that fail to do so will be removed from play.

Players should have multiple masks with them to change masks throughout the game should they become sweat soaked.

Following a meeting with IDPH - IYSA has been notified that if soccer shows a trend of non-compliance with proper mask wearing while play, it could jeopardize the ability to run a complete Spring season or add additional requirements including testing for athletes.

SPECTATORS FOR GAMES PLAYED IN ILLINOIS

When located in a region not facing specific mitigation efforts outlined in the Restore Illinois guidelines, organizations that decide to allow spectators must abide by all requirements in the All Sports Policy Staffing and Attendance

At this time, to ensure that players get the most opportunity to participate IYSA recommends no spectators at this time. Should your organization decide to allow spectators in addition to requiring face coverings the following guidelines must be in place.

Scott King
Illowa Vice President

 
COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

Illowa has resumed activity and is currently having a 2021 Spring season. We will continue to adapt as needed based on the latest restrictions and recommendations.

 
Welcome to Our On-Line Home!

Illowa Youth Soccer is a competitive youth soccer league operating in western Illinois and Eastern Iowa.  We have been providing youth soccer players in the Quad Cities region with a fun, safe, and highly competitive environment for over 25 years.  

 
Club name and contact information

Please notify the Illowa executives if any of the information listed for your club is inaccurate. Your club representatives have been given the security access to make those changes themselves, but since those types of updates are not made frequently we understand that some have forgotten how, and we'd be happy to help. If any of the information for your club (name, address, contacts, field location, etc.) has changed, please contact webmaster@illowa.org and we'll update the information for you as quickly as possible.

 
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Illinois Youth Soccer Mandates US Soccer Heading Ban:
Posted Mar 27, 2017

Effective immediately, in accord with US Soccer, Illinois Youth Soccer has banned heading for players on U8/U9/U10 and U11 teams for all Illinois Youth Soccer activities including but not limited to Illinois Youth Soccer Member League play, practices and tournaments.

A purposeful header by a player in an age bracket for players on teams in one of these brackets shall be considered an indirect free kick awarded to the opponent.

ILLOWA HAS BANNED HEADING IN COMPETITION FOR ALL U8, U9, U10, U11, AND U12 TEAMS.