Tewksbury Youth Soccer strives to provide a safe, enjoyable soccer experience for the youth of Tewksbury

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Equipment
Uniform
Required
4U/5U (Tiny Tykes)- Tiny Tykesuniform may be puirchased from Challenger Sports at time of registration
 
6U & 8U In-Town Programs - Reversible uniform shirts, shorts, and socks.  Uniforms may be purchased anytime through the Online Store tab on the TYSL website. Once you have purchased a reversible uniform, it can typically be used for several seasons.

Travel Programs – Travel players must purchase a Tewksbury travel uniform (jersey, shorts and socks) and must wear this uniform to all games. Uniforms may be purchased anytime through the Online Store tab on the TYSL website. However, prior to order a TYSL-assigned uniform number must be provided to the player.  If a player does not have a TYSL-assigned number, please email the TYSL Purchasing Director at purchasing @tewksburyyouthsoccer.org.
Shin Guards
Required
There are several styles available, varying in coverage and comfort. Any style is acceptable
Socks
Required
For safety reasons, socks must completely cover shin guards. 
 
Cleats or Sneakers
Recommended
Soccer cleats are not the same as baseball cleats. Baseball cleats have an extra spike on the toe that is not safe when playing soccer. You can play baseball in soccer cleats, but you cannot play soccer in baseball cleats.
Ball
Recommended
Each player should bring their own ball to every practice.  Make sure your name is on the ball.
  • 4U/5U, 6U, 8U - Size 3 Ball
  • 10U, 12U - Size 4 Ball
  • 14U and up- Size 5 Ball
Water
Recommended
Every player should bring water to practices and games.
 
Earrings, Jewelry and Casts
Prohibited
Earrings: Absolutely NO earrings are allowed during games and practices.  Earrings cannot be taped over or covered - they must be removed.  This is a safety issue that could result in serious injury if overlooked. 
Jewelry of any type may not be worn during practices and games. Medical Alerts  may be worn but must be taped down.
Hard casts are prohibited even if they are padded.
Referees will check for these items before the start of the game and you will be asked to remove them before you will be allowed to play.