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Welcome to BESA

Spring 2017
Soccer Registration
 

Early Bird Registration Nov 1 – Nov 30, 2016
Additional $10 discount for early registration (no sibling discounts)


Walk-In Registration:
Bedford Public Library      December 17, 2016  10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Euless Public Library        January 7, 2017       10:30 am – 2:30 pm

Online Registration is open NOW!

Registration Link:
https://www.gotsport.com/asp/application/reg/?ProgramID=53806&Type=PLAYER

<<MORE INFO CLICK HERE>>


Picture Information

If you have any questions or issues please click on the link below to go to the help page for GameFace.
www.gamefaceimaging.com.
BESA Rainout Line 
817-354-4774

Coaches - Login to your team accounts here


Congratulations to the following twelve teams and their Head Coaches who will represent BESA at the upcoming 2016 Tournament of Champions
 

U12 Girls  Jaguars (Milton Johns) Russell Creek 
U13 Girls  Royals United (Francis Williams) McInnish/RE Good 
U14 Girls  Attack (Gary Landers) Railroad 
U17 Girls  Panthers (David Tucker) Richland College 
U19 Women  Liverpool Scousers (David Osborne) Richland College


U11 Boys  Rattlers (Monica Villarreal)  Railroad 
U12 Boys  FC United (Luis Gutierrez) High Point 
U13 Boys Cobras (Carlos Rivera) McInnish/RE Good/Russell Creek 
U14 Boys  Spartans (Lonnie Jones) Carpenter 
U15 Boys  Lancers (Carl Gibbs) Russell Creek 
U16 Boys  Thunder (Serge Nseka) Russell Creek 
U19 Men  Bedford Burn FC (Andrew Gansen) Richland College 

Matches will be played at Carpenter Park - Plano; High Point Park - Plano; McInnish & RE Good Parks - Carrollton/Farmers Branch; Richland College - Dallas; Russell Creek Park - Plano & Toyota of Lewisville of Railroad Park - Lewisville 


Some reminders of the Parents and Coaches Code of Ethics and behavior at soccer games


--Do not openly question an official's judgment and honesty. Officials are symbols of fair play, integrity, and sportsmanship.
The referees are trying diligently to make the correct decision. 
  
--Remember that your child learns by example. Children mimic what their parents say. 
Criticism of the coach, officials, teammates, and/or opponents fosters bad attitudes and can only lead to a negative experience for your child.
  
--A parent must never be verbally or physically violent or threatening with any coach, parent, player, or representative of their Member Association or NTSSA.
  
--The opponents are necessary friends; without them your child could not participate.

--Always be positive with your comments


Skills Thursdays
& Mini Kickers Thursdays


DATES:  Returning in the Spring 2017

Please watch the website for further updates

LOCATION: Stormie Jones Soccer Complex, 2500 Brasher Lane, Bedford, Texas, 76021

See the Training and Camps - Challenger page for all the details or to register for the skills.


BESA News

The PUMA Play it Loud Boot Tour made its way to Euless, Texas this past Saturday. Five teams came out to win a pair of boots and two lucky winners won a $200 pair for themselves. Congrats to JT with the Firestorm and Kat Hinds with the Panthers.

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Volunteer positions are available:
If you are Interested in making BESA a positive experience for children playing soccer, please contact the BESA President. See the Contact page to send an email.


Board Meetings are at 7:30pm, the third Wednesday of every month at Blue Sky, Euless. (times and days are subject to change)


MISSION STATEMENT


Bedford Euless Soccer Association (BESA) is a local non-profit educational organization comprised of dedicated volunteers and community stakeholders with the mission to proactively impact the development of our community, through teaching and demonstrating teamwork, promoting leadership skills, and cultivating long term relationships while fostering the physical, mental, and emotional growth of our players, at the same time developing soccer skills, building self-confidence, and promoting positive citizenship through the opportunity to participate in the game of soccer.


The organization and the individuals who participate in it are governed by the By- Laws of the Bedford Euless Soccer Association as well as the rules and regulations of the North Texas State Soccer Association and the United State Youth Soccer Association. BESA is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors which is elected at the spring general meeting. As we are a volunteer association, all board members, coaches, referees, and team representatives are individuals dedicated to seeing that children have the opportunity to participate in the game of soccer.