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Mission League Soccer is one of Southern California’s most competitive soccer leagues. Teams like Harvard-Westlake, Chaminade, and Loyola battle it out for league titles, while others, such as Crespi, are focused on surviving the grueling CIF-SS playoffs.

Bi-weekly academy sessions with staff coaches are offered to improve team skills and game awareness.

Mission Statement

A mission statement can be one of the essential parts of your organization’s success. It can help you create an identity that will stand the test of time and enable new leaders to understand your core values.

The first step in creating a mission statement is to identify what your program focuses on and who it serves. For example, a youth soccer league could focus on providing fundamental skills to all participants. Alternatively, the mission may be to encourage teamwork and sportsmanship.

Another critical factor in defining your mission is to state what participants will get out of participating. Many parents seek a program that provides a positive learning experience while being affordable and fun. Having a clear objective for your programs can help you attract more customers and build your reputation in your community.

A good mission statement will evoke action from your leaders and show current athletes that you’re committed to achieving the stated objectives. For instance, the National Alliance for Youth Sports’ mission statement states that they will educate, equip and empower youth sports leaders, volunteers, and parents so all children can enjoy the lifelong benefits of sports.

Developing an effective mission statement can be daunting, and it’s important to take some time to plan what you want your organization to accomplish. It should be a concise statement that clearly outlines your organization’s core values and what you stand for.

In addition to being an effective way to communicate your organization’s goals, a mission statement can act as a guide for all decisions made throughout the season and beyond. Keeping it up-to-date will allow you to reinforce your brand and guide your leaders to keep up with the latest trends in your industry.

The Great Basin Youth Soccer League’s mission is to provide instructional, recreational, and competitive youth soccer opportunities for all young people that enhance character, community, and love of the sport. This is done by promoting a sense of fair play, respect for self and others, honesty, self-control, and teamwork among players, coaches, and spectators.


The Loyola High School Varsity Soccer team won their fifth straight Mission League championship in an impressive 2-0 win over Chaminade last Friday (Feb. 4) in front of a packed house on the Loyola campus.

The Cubs finished the season with a 9-1-2 overall record and 29 points. The win capped a season that saw them beat rival Harvard-Westlake 3-0 and then edge out St. Francis 1-0 in the final regular season game. The victory was all the sweeter considering St. Francis had the tiebreaker with Loyola for the league title.

A player must be listed on the League’s printed Game Sheet to participate in a game. All registered players must be checked in before the start of the game by a game official. Any player not on the Game Sheet will be removed from the field and cautioned by a Referee.

In addition to this, the Referee may eject any player who violates the rules. For example, if a player is using alcohol, violating the league rules, or is under the influence of drugs, that player can be ejected.

If a player is ejected for flagrant conduct, verbally or physically, he/she must leave the field immediately and not be allowed to return to play. The coach of the ejected player will be notified at once and may then contact the League Office to report the incident.

The ejection can also be for a technical violation, such as denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity or a foul that involves physical contact. The Referee will determine this disciplinary action following the new 2021/22 IFAB Laws of the Game.

This policy will allow the officials to use audio captured from field microphones and wireless communication devices when issuing supplemental discipline. The first violation will be the club’s official warning, and any additional violations will result in fines and/or suspension.

If a team accumulates five cumulative yellow cards during a season, the team must sit out one game in the playoffs. If two cards are in the same game, that team must sit out the next two League games.


All players and coaches are expected to play in a sportsmanlike manner and adhere to the game’s laws. They are also expected to be courteous and respectful to the opposing team, the referees, and their coaches.

The Mission of the League is to provide a safe, fair, and fun environment for youth to participate in soccer. This is achieved by creating rules and regulations designed to protect the safety of all players, coaches, and spectators.

During league play, teams are required to wear regulation soccer uniforms. These uniforms must have the team’s name and logo prominently displayed on the front and back of the jersey. In addition, each player must wear a unique number not less than six inches high on the back of the jersey.

Players are not allowed to wear earrings, necklaces, bracelets, or other items that may cause a distraction from the game. They are required to wear outdoor soccer shoes or sneakers.

It is important to practice and encourage the wearing of safety glasses before playing. The use of sports safety glasses will help ensure the safety of all players and will aid in maintaining a positive and exciting atmosphere during games.

In cases where a player is injured during the game, he or she must leave the field and not return until the first stoppage of play. After the injury, a doctor must sign a report. This report must be turned in to the League Office within 24 hours of the end of the game or a player will be disqualified from the next scheduled League contest.

The League will record all Red and Yellow Cards issued to each player during a League season. In addition, if a team accumulates five (5) cards during the season, they will lose one player and play the remainder of the game short-handed.

Any ejection of a player for flagrant conduct, verbally or active, or a technical violation shall result in the automatic expulsion of that player from the League game immediately following that ejection. This is intended to ensure that no player will be ejected without proper notice to the coach and the League Office.

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