Fields are currently: CLOSED
Always, when fields are open:
- PLEASE REATTACH ANCHOR WEIGHTS WHEN MOVING GOALS
- When fields are wet, please be kind to the turf
- Avoid repetitive drills in the same areas of the field
- Avoid painted lines for training and drills
- Avoid overuse of goal areas
- Be certain goal weights/anchors are secured
- NO dogs on the complex
Thunderstorms & Lightning
Please, head for indoors when thunder roars, and indoors is NOT under the concession awning. Go to vehicles.
We use the Weatherbug app to check the lightning warning on my cell phone and a handheld strike meter when staff is there on practice days, and we always have coverage for game days. When lightning is within 6 miles, we start clearing fields; sometimes, lightning can stay out on the mountains, but it can also travel quickly over a 10-mile span.
If a member of HYSA staff is on-site, we will blow an air horn to clear fields. But if you follow the suggestion to use Weatherbug, your team is probably already headed off the fields.
Please use care in decisions, and clear the fields for our kiddos' sake; if a team clears their field probably best to follow suit.
GAME DAY NOTES
Fields are marked by signs in the nets of goals. The field map is below.
Teams / Referee Area:
- Marked by signs and located by trashcans on the field
- the opposite side of the field from the Teams / Referee Area
- spectators are not permitted in the Teams / Referee Area
Arsenal Winter Futsal January - February
It is time to register for our next Futsal experience!!
Arsenal Winter Futsal;
Play Dates; January 6th/7th, 13th/14th, 27th/28th
February 10th/11th, 17th/18th, 24th/25th
U7 - U19 Boys and Girls
$125 per player includes a Futsal jersey. The deadline to register is December 27, 2023.
Helena Youth Soccer Association presents the Arsenal Futsal Winter League
Players play games with teams divided by age groups and genders, where numbers allow.
Before games, practices and training warmup activities are included.
Players should wear appropriate non-marking indoor soccer shoes; non-marking tennis shoes can be worn, but don't recommend wedge-type running shoes.
Players should bring a water bottle.
When the weather is snowy or rainy, please change into indoor shoes on the side of the gymnasium floor to keep our futsal area dry.
Games are played at Salvation Army Gym
1330 Hudson Street, Helena
Apologies if you have received this notice a couple of times; we are trying to reach as many of our Arsenal & Arsenal Academy players as possible.
For more information, contact Director of Coaching, Pete Johnson at email@example.com
On-Line Course and Helena Area In-Person Training Sessions for New Referees
start now in preparation for In Person Session
In-Person Training Sessions:
- Sunday March 3rd from 11am to 3pm
- Salvation Army Gym
- Saturday March 9th from 8:30am to 12:30pm
- 7th Street Gym
With our club’s goal of consistent improvement of players and coaches skills and experiences, we are taking the progressive step of adding dedicated Director positions two levels.
Our Arsenal Academy program is the birthplace for developing our youngest players enjoyment of the game’s mental and physical challenges of competition.
With a higher level USSF license coupled with education and...
Arsenal Director of Coaching
With Arsenal as the most competitive level of program participation, our Arsenal Director of Coaching possess a higher level USSF license coupled with education and experience to lead the way and set the bar high for our club ‘s soccer culture.
The Director’s scope extends to every player, team, division, and programing across the...
GotSport, SafeSport, Credentials, Testing, Training, Background Checks
Competitive coaches are REQUIRED to complete requirements through GotSport.
The system will not allow you to be rostered until these are completed.
The Montana Futbol Foundation is proud to announce one of our newest programs: "Protecting Fair Play”.
This program, in collaboration with the Montana Soccer Referee Committee, created an educational video that encourages coaches, parents and fans to become advocates for referees across Montana.
The Montana Futbol Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a vision of constructing better people, culture, and education through soccer.
We focus on supporting the development, recruitment and retention of referees.
Our Mission “The Montana Futbol Foundation champions the development of new or established programs that align with our vision. We support soccer players, referees, and programs in Montana with funding, mentorship, and community and global service opportunities.”
First Touch is the number one focus for a player's game skill recommended by U.S. Soccer and U.S. Youth Soccer with dedicated practice time by coaches and players.
Paying attention to the first touch...