The 2016-2017 Season is just about to begin! Coaches will be receiving their rosters this week and have started signing up for practice fields/days/times. You should be hearing from them soon. If you do not hear from your child's coach by Aug. 30, please email the registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is now closed for the Fall 2016/Spring 2017 Soccer Season. Any player applying will be placed on the waiting list from this point forward. If you do apply, and are placed on the waiting list, please keep an eye on your email for info as openings become available. We do have openings in Girls U9, U10, and U12 and Boys U10, U12 and spring U14.
We have some exciting changes for our Fall 2016/Spring 2017 Season!!
We will be ordering the player jerseys according to the sizes you select on your child’s www.eayso.org application. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions for more important information regarding jerseys this year!
1. You'll get to spend more time with your child
2. You'll expand your social network (and I don't just mean your Facebook friends)
3. You'll develop new skills
4. You'll learn and re-learn life lessons
5. You'll get a workout, too (and be a good role model)
6. You'll come away with a sense of pride and accomplishment
7. You'll have fun
Taken from the article at :http://activeforlife.com/coaching-your-childs-team...
Dogs and other pets are not allowed at the fields anytime during soccer practices or games. This is an AYSO National rule. This policy is in place to ensure a safe environment for players, coaches, referees, and spectators. Your understanding and cooperation in keeping pets away from the soccer fields is greatly appreciated.
If a dog or other pet is brought to a practice or game, you will be asked to remove it from the field immediately. Also, it was brought up that people are smoking during soccer games:
All practice and games activities are drug and smoke free by National and Regional AYSO Policies. During practice and on game days smoking is prohibited on or around the soccer fields.
AYSO is child-first and child focused. We are a soccer organization with happy, healthy kids as our passion.
Every decision, every rule and every program has "what's good for kids" as its basis. Every girl and boy stepping on a soccer field for the first time can have fun. AYSO's child-first approach also makes it one of the finest player development programs. Everybody likes to win, but developing successful players and people is what's fundamental in AYSO.
AYSO's philosophies are living tenets that separate it from other sports organizations. They are Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship and Player Development