Our office is  C L O S E D  – Wednesday 11/26, Thursday 11/27 & Friday 11/28 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
We will return to our regularly scheduled program Monday, 12/1.

Application & Re-Application for Spring 2015, U14 and Younger has OPENED! (Applications will close 11/30/2014)


Winter 2014 – Spring 2015 BPYSL Schedule – U15 & Older 

If you see what you believe is an error, please email George (bpyslmanager@gmail.com) with the Date, Time, Location, Sex, Age, Division, Team you represent and opponent and a brief explanation of the correction.  We did make a few revisions, so it could be likely your game location and time may have been moved.

If you have not mailed in your check for the $580 league fees, please be sure to bring it to the scheduling meeting. Checks should be made out to Buckeye Premier Youth Soccer League


Coaches will need a NEW approved Risk Management dated on or after 7/1/2014 for carding. Also, you must have a NFHS Concussion Course Certificate.

Please note that the NFHS Concussion Certificates is only valid for three years. BPYSL requires that your coach renew any certificate that is going to expire during the seasonal year. For example, if you are carding in August and your coaches certificate expires in November, it must be renewed prior to carding in August.

Please go to our Team Utilities link to see if we have this information on file.

You should call the appropriate office for an appointment.
All appointments should be made 7 to 10 days PRIOR to your first team commitment.

For carding questions email – columbusBPYSL@gmail.com

Buckeye Premier Contacts & Office Locations

2014 Fall Ref Fees (each team pays ½)
60 Minute 8v8 Matches (U-10, U-11, U-12) $88.00 ($36 – $26 – $26)
70 Minute 11v11 Matches (U-12, U-13, U-14) $100.00 ($40-$30-$30)

Playing in Other Ohio South / US Youth Soccer Leagues is Encouraged!
Although other leagues in the area may put up roadblocks to teams being able to participate in multiple leagues, we work with our teams.  This is one of the reasons we allowed teams to prepare their own schedule to avoid conflicts with other leagues as well as tournaments, etc. If teams prepare for the Scheduling Meetings, self-scheduling will also eliminate tournament conflicts.