AWARD NOMINATION & APPLICATION PROCESS
APPLICATION DEADLINE - November 29th, 2019
Awards are for the previous seasonal year of soccer between August 1st through July 31st. So for example a nomination for the goal of the year award that was scored in September of 2019 would not be eligible. But a goal nomination scored in September of 2018 would be accepted as a valid nomination. In order to nominate an individual for an award, you must complete the two step application process.
Your application WILL NOT be accepted until both Step 1 and Step 2 are completed.
STEP 1: Fill out completely one of the nomination forms above.
Kansas Youth Soccer Awards of the Year Categories
Administrator of the Year -- Nomination Form
Young Referee(s) of the Year -- Nomination Form
Volunteer of the Year -- Nomination Form
Boys Competitive Coach of the Year -- Nomination Form
Recreation Coach of the Year -- Nomination Form
TOPSoccer Coach of the Year -- Nomination Form
TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year -- Nomination Form
Save of the Year -- Nomination Form
Goal of the Year -- Nomination Form
Presidential Exemplary Service Award -- Nomination Form
2019 Kansas Soccer Hall of Fame
FOUNDER NOMINATION FORM
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT FORM
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT FORM
MERIT AWARD FORM
STEP 2: SUBMIT application forms to:
Nominations must be submitted by: November 29th, 2019
Administrator of the Year - Nomination Form
This award is designed to recognize excellence and outstanding achievement of administrators by honoring their extraordinary accomplishments.
Young Referee of the Year (Male & Female) - Nomination Form
The young male and female that receives this award is professional in appearance, dependable, consistent in performance, has a positive attitude toward players and team officials. This young referee must be a role model both on and off of the playing field.
Volunteer of the Year - Nomination Form
This award recognizes the soccer volunteer who is a positive role model for the community beyond soccer, yet receives no compensation for the efforts. This person demonstrates a willingness to promote soccer and helps increase the opportunity for others to participate in soccer.
Coach of the Year (One Boys & One Girls Award for Recreational & Competitive) -
These recipients dedicate their time and efforts to soccer through coaching. They promote participation and fun to the players. Players and peers view this person as an influential role model, a person who is in the game for the kids to have fun and creates a positive playing environment.
TOPSoccer Coach of the Year - Nomination Form
The nominees show extraordinary accomplishments as a TOPSoccer Coach if the individual, in carrying out the US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer program and its events and activities.
TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year - Nomination Form
The nominees demonstrates patience, understanding, dependability, flexibility and ability to adjust to ever-changing on-field situations. This person is also an invaluable volunteer who facilitates the program by filling many roles, including being a role model as well as assisting when needed with administrative responsibilities.
Save of the Year - Nomination Form
Awarded to the best goalkeeper save caught on video during the season year. It can be from a youth league, state tournament, Midwest Conference, National League, or a High School match. The only requirement is that the player making the save is a registered KSYSA player for that year.
Awarded to the best goal that was caught on video during the season year. It can be from a youth league, state tournament, Midwest Conference, National League, or a High School match. The only requirement is that the player making the goal is a registered KSYSA player for that year.
Presidential Exemplary Service Award - Nomination Form
This award is the most prestigious award bestowed on a KSYSA Member can receive during a given seasonal year. It is presented by the KSYSA President and Executive Director to an individual(s) who serves with integrity, honor, humor and humility. They have demonstrated a lifetime of dedication to coaching, administrating, refereeing, and educating young participants in a youth soccer community within the state of Kansas. They have made significant contributions to youth participants on and off the field by instilling the principles of good sportsmanship, development of the participant, andpromotion of the game of soccer within Kansas.
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