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Spring 2020 Registration Information


• 8 week program teaming up with Challenger Soccer Academy, who will lead our Spring Season.

• Practices start the week of March 16.

• A new skill is taught each week with short sided field games every Saturday.  Short sided field of play gives every player more touches and is a great way to put into play, what was taught earlier in the week.

• Parents will receive video of the skills taught throughout the week in order to practice at home.

• Games start March 21 and end May 16.  There will be a week off for Spring Break.

• Challenger World Cup jersey included.


Register before January 31, 2020 and pay $135.00. After January 31, the fee is raised to $150.00

*AYSO charges a $20.00 membership fee annually (not included in our registration fees) which covers your child for any program registered during the season. This fee is non-refundable and goes directly to the national office to cover insurance and other resources provided by the national office.  If you registered and paid this $20 fee for the Fall season, you will not pay that fee again for Spring.


AYSO is volunteer based and does not run without volunteers.  If you would like to make a difference in our region or know someone that would love to help out, we have many positions available.  Please consider joining our board!  Email [email protected] for more info.


We want every child to play so if for some reason you need a little help, please email; [email protected] 


Players may ask to play with a specific friend. We cannot guarantee that all requests will be honored but will try our best.


Once application is complete (including e-signature), you may pay online by credit or debit card. If you do not have a credit card, you can utilize a temporary gift style card with a Visa or Mastercard logo that can be purchased at most retailers.


Please upload a photo or scan of the player’s birth certificate during registration or bring to one of our live registration events. The application will not be processed until birth certificate is received. You can go back to your application after to upload if you don't have it available while registering (click the pencil icon next to your child's name).

Age Guidelines

AYSO Age Chart

Fall 2019 - Spring 2020

Year BornDivision
2001 - 200319U
2004 - 200516U
2006 - 200714U
2008 - 200912U
2010  -201110U
2012 - 2013
2014 - 7/31/20156U
8/1/2015 - 2016Schoolyard

The effective date of age determination for registration shall be the player's age as of January 1 to December 31. Any player whose birth date falls on or between these dates should be placed in the designated division shown above (Except For 6U).  For 6U, a player must be born on/before 7/31/2015.   (This is for the safety of the younger players.)

Individuals who reach nineteen years of age by December of the end of the Membership year are not eligible to participate.

Program Information

Our Fall season runs from August through November. Many coaches have practices twice a week for their team but some opt to have a single practice a week, (days and times are determined by each coach).  The actual soccer games are every Saturday. Our home games are held at Taft Elementary School. 

In AYSO,  Everyone Plays, so your child will play at least half of  the game whether he/she has never played before or he/she is an experienced player.

The need for referees and referee points

After regular Fall Season AREA "K" begins "AREA" Playoffs.  This is considered extra play as a reward for 10U -14U teams that earned 100% of the required referee points for the region. Points are given to each referee participant of a team and are required to enter the play-off season. They are acquired by parents and/or siblings that complete AYSO referee training and volunteering as referees for other teams and divisions.

An invitation to AREA Playoffs will only be given to teams who have earned their team points. If there is more than 1 team in your division, invitation will be given to the 1st place team within the region as long as they have earned all their referee points. If the first place team fails to earn the necessary referee points, the invitation will be given to the second place team, again, if they have acquired the necessary points.

Point system consists of earning at least twelve referee points a season (per team) to take your team to AREA K playoffs.  

Referee Points Explained

Only AYSO certified registered referees who have completed the course AND IN UNIFORM, will be able to receive these points. Referees can assign points to any team but points can only be assigned once.

Points are available as follows: 

• 3 points as a Center Referee (in 10U-19U divisions only)
• 1 Point as a Referee in 8U games 
• 1 Point as an Assistant Referee (sideline referee)

Sign-ups for games will be available by signing up on .  Remember, first come first serve, so sign up early. Referees are allowed to give points to whomever team they desire, thus allowing a referee multiple games. We encourage this to get as many teams as possible to Playoffs.


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PO Box 5523 
Orange, California 92863

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 714-712-0942
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