Proposed Bylaw and Policy Changes

Please take a moment and view proposed bylaw and policy changes.  Per our bylaw this will be posted for 10 days and then be voted on at the next board meeting.  If you have any questions or concerns please email a board member or come by the December board meeting.



Spring Registration OPEN!

Oct 28, 2019

Our spring registration is open.  If you register before December 1st you will save $5!  We look forward to another great season.... [Read More]

SafeSport Mandatory Training

Jul 25, 2019

Education and awareness are the most critical components to creating safe and respectful sporting environments, free of abuse and harassment. SafeSport training teaches coaches the different ways children can be abused, the signs of abuse, and how to report abuse. BISA is committed to the SafeSport initiative and is requiring all coaches and assistant coaches complete the SafeSport training prior to coaching or assistant coaching. Parents are also encouraged to be trained as well and the training is good for 2 years.... [Read More]

BISA Communications

Sep 01, 2018

Parents, please check your emails including your spam or junk mail boxes as we are using the Gotsoccer system to send out information to our association members and coaches may also be communicating with you thru the system. We are working hard to stay in contact with our membership and want to make sure you are receiving anything we happen to send out. Thanks so much for choosing to participate with BISA. We are looking forward to a great season.... [Read More]

No Pets at the BISA complex - please!

Mar 25, 2016

We love pets, but not on our fields. All pets are strictly prohibited at our complexes. We have experienced children injured by "small, well behaved pets on a leash." We have also experienced animals injured by running children and soccer balls. We will enforce this prohibition. Games will not be started or continued until animals are removed from the complex. Thanks for everyone's cooperation.... [Read More]

North Texas Announcement on Referees for Spectators

Jun 22, 2015

We Need Your Help!!! The average age of a referee is 16 They can start as young as 12 We lose 40-45% of all newly registered referees before their first season is over HELP US KEEP THE YOUNG REFEREES IN THE PROGRAM R-Respect the young referee E-Encourage them with some praise F-Forgive them if they get a call(s) wrong E-Embolden them by thanking them R-Remain kind if you think a call is incorrect E-Elevate them with a positive comment E-Enjoy... [Read More]