It is the mission of the SWM LYSL to develop, deploy, and maintain a comprehensive program for the development and promotion of the game of soccer for the youth of Lincoln Township and surrounding areas. This League has been established as a non-profit an

Spring Season 2021 Registration Open
by posted 01/15/2021

January 15, 2021


As promised, registration is now open. Please follow the below link to complete your registration:


Please forward any questions you have to:



We look forward to having you.



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Eastern Equine Encephilitis (EEE)
by posted 09/18/2019

As you have likely heard, there have been three confirmed cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in Southwest Michigan. Eastern Equine Encephalitis is a mosquito-borne disease. Two of the cases were confirmed in Kalamazoo county and one in Berrien County, with others currently being investigated.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) reports, "Mosquito-borne diseases can cause long-term health effects in people and even death. These cases, along with confirmed cases in horses and deer in the state, stress the importance of taking precautions against mosquito bites. 

The Berrien County Health Department (BCHD) does not currently recommend that schools or clubs cancel evening events, like practices or games. A copy of the press release from BCHD is available on SWM LYSL's website at this link

The safety of players, parents, and other attendees at the Rockey Weed Fields is the utmost priority for our organization. Like the Lakeshore School District and SWM Kickers, SWM LYSL will continue to follow the recommendations of the Berrien County Health Department.


SWM LYSL is implementing the following precautionary measures to ensure the safety of players, parents, and attendees at the Rockey Weed Fields. Parents are also encouraged to follow these measures, when possible:

  • Mosquitos are most active around dusk. Games that occur at or after sunset have been rescheduled for earlier playing times. Please note: SWM LYSL has reached out to other soccer clubs and encouraged them to follow the same actions. If your child has an away game against another club, SWM LYSL is not responsible for that club's scheduling of the game. 
  • Coaches are strongly encouraged to end all practices by 7 PM.
  • All coaches should be on the lookout for any standing water on the fields. Coaches are instructed to cancel soccer activities if there is nearby standing water.
  • When outdoors, apply insect repellents that contain the active ingredient DEET, or other EPA-registered product to exposed skin or clothing, and always follow the manufacturer's directions for use. All attendees to the Rockey Weed Fields are advised to acquire insect repellent for personal use. We encourage all attendees to apply repellent, but it will not be mandated.
  • Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants when outdoors. 
  • SWM LYSL is discussing additional preventative measures with SWM Kickers and Lincoln Charter Township.  

If the Berrien County Health Department changes its recommendation regarding Eastern Equine Encephalitis, SWM LYSL will react accordingly and provide additional updates via e-mail. 

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Fall Season Reminders
by posted 09/18/2019

The Fall season is officially underway!

Uniforms have been distributed, Picture Day has passed, and both practices and games have begun. We hope parents and players have a wonderful Fall season! 

Below are a few important notes to keep in mind for this season:


  • League Weather Policy: Coaches can choose to cancel games at their discretion, on account of active weather. If a Coach chooses to cancel a game due to weather, the Coach is expected to communicate this information to their team and is also responsible for rescheduling the game. Generally, your child can expect to play unless there is lightning in the area.

    The league may close the soccer complex if severe weather is anticipated. If this happens, a league-wide e-mail will be sent to all parents.

    As it gets colder: Players can layer up beneath their jerseys, but should not cover their jersey if at all possible. 

  • Snacks: Most coaches create a schedule for parents to bring after games. Please be mindful of allergies as snacks are being provided. 
  • Practices must be scheduled through the SWM LYSL website, to ensure field availability and prevent scheduling conflicts.

If you have any questions or concerns throughout the season, please e-mail 

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LYSL and SWM to merge
by posted 01/01/2019

LYSL and SWM Kickers Agree to Merge

Effective this fall, Southwest Michigan Soccer Club (SWM) is adding Lakeshore Youth Soccer as its Recreational Program. SWM has Competitive, Recreational, and TopSoccer programs. SWM now provides opportunities for youth players of all ages and skill levels.

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