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Welcome to Kent Covington Youth Soccer
Serving the soccer communities located within the Kent School district since 1977. From Black Diamond, Covington, and Renton to Fairwood, Unincorporated King County and Kent;
Come play with us! See KCYS boundaries map.
2015 Kent United Tryouts
Are you ready for competitive, family friendly soccer?  Registration is open for open workouts and tryouts.

Kent United is the competitive select soccer program offering of Kent Covington Youth Soccer (KCYS).  We take our role in youth soccer very seriously.  We want the chance to help every player's love for soccer grow while we help tune natural abilities and develop skills essential for contributing to a team's success on and off the field.  We expect a lot from our players, but we expect a lot from our coaches as well. Our coaches are qualified/licensed volunteers who enjoy developing players and advancing their own level of knowledge through coaches training and licensing classes. They love soccer; that's why they coach! Kent United is a family, and we would love to see you join us at tryouts and become part of our family!

Please go to http://www.kentunited.org for more information.  We hope to see you on the field soon.  Please visit our tryout page of our website for times and dates for your age.
Fall 2015 Mod and Rec Soccer registration is Open
The Modified program is forming teams for ages 4 to 10 and Recreation program is forming teams for ages 11 to 15.

Please visit the Registration page for more details, review the 2015-2016 age chart, and review details regarding the upcoming season.  Online registration will be open through July 15th.

Register Early and Save!!

We are all looking forward to an amazing spring season, and we hope that you will join the KCYS family or continue to help build these exceptional programs.
Kent Cornucopia Cup Tournament 2015
Kent Cornucopia Cup 2015, hosted by Kent United, is pleased to announce the dates, locations, and fees for 2015.
  • Tournament Dates:  July 10 - 12, 2015
  • Four games guaranteed for U11 and up
  • Three games Jamboree for U10
  • Rec, Select and RCL C teams or lower can enter
More tournament information can be found here...
 
For questions or tournament sponsorship opportunities please contact John Tate @ kcctournament@kysa.org
Fall 2015 Modified/ Rec Soccer Sponsorship
KYSA is currently looking for Modified team sponsors for the Fall 2015 season.  This helps keep our soccer programs affordable for everyone and is a great way to get positive exposure for your business, your employer, or your favorite local restaurant. Deadline for the Fall season is July 15th.
 - The cost to sponsor a team is $150.00 per season
 - Your company logo will be on the team's uniforms as well as on the KCYS website


You can choose one season or many, depending on your funding ability.  If you are interested in a more substantial sponsorship opportunity, please reach out to the KCYS board for more information.   If interested in either the team or league sponsorship please contact Nicole Jensen at cpfd@kysa.org
Kent United Looking For Coaches
Are you passionate about soccer?  Do you enjoy working with youth soccer players? Kent United is looking for qualified soccer coaches that can volunteer their time and teach up and coming soccer players skills and help them develop a love of the game.  If you are interested in coaching a select soccer team for Kent United, please contact the Select Director at selectdirector@kentunited.org or the Director of Coaching at DOC@kentunited.org.
Land 'O Frost Online Coupons!
In recent years, many of our leagues and associations have asked Land O' Frost if they had online coupons or special offers that their league members could download and take to their respective stores to patronize their sponsor.  Well, the time has come.  More...


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Last Season Game (U5 – U10)
Saturday, June 06
 
Board Meeting
Thursday, June 11
7:00PM
Fairwood Library
 
Last Season Game (U11+)
Saturday, June 13
 
Board Meeting
Thursday, July 09
7:00PM - 9:00PM
Covington Library
 

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