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Awesome Youth Soccer in Orange, CA

Welcome New Families!

Welcome to AYSO Region 1335! 

Region 1335 is located in Orange, CA.

Registration is open to all players in and outside of Orange.

We're an All Volunteer Organization

AYSO Safe Haven Child and Volunteer Protection Training Online
All Coaches, Referees and Volunteers are required to complete the CDC Concussion Course found under the Safe Haven Training. In order to qualify as Certified in Safe Haven, you must either attend a Safe Haven Certification session and pass the test with a satisfactory score, or complete the online certification and answer all of the questions correctly. Online Safe Haven Certification Child and Volunteer Protection course - required for all Coaches and Referees - can now be taken from home! To take a Safe Haven course, please click here: AYSOU In order to register for a course you will need your AYSO ID number which can be found by logging into your Blue Sombrero account above and viewing your number under the volunteer section in your account, or by creating a new account and generating your ID number.

Volunteer Positions
When you register your child (or children) for AYSO, you will be asked to read the Volunteer Form and check off any jobs you feel would be appropriate, considering your interests and time available. 

Everyone plays, and everyone participates. Be a part of the team. 

If you have not yet been contacted to fill a specific position, there are still many volunteer jobs that need to be filled on the team level. For instance, each team needs to have the following positions filled in order to run smoothly: 

Team Coach / Assistant Coach 
Responsible for planning and conducting team practices and for planning and coordinating the team lineup during games. The coach is responsible for teaching the players soccer skills, team positions, and (in the older divisions) soccer tactics and strategies. The coach is the primary role model for the players, and as such, must maintain a positive attitude and demeanor before, during, and after practices and games. To assist the coach in gaining and improving his/her coaching skills, a series of coaching clinics is made available each year. 

Referee / Assistant Referee 
The refereeing crew is essential to the playing of the game. The referees have complete authority over all participants and are the only other individuals besides the players who can have the fun of being on the field during the game. Referees and Assistant Referees are trained in a referee clinic offered several times each year. 

Team Parent 
Responsible for taking the organizational pressure off the coach and his/her staff. The Team Parent is the primary communicator between the coach and parents and should oversee the people responsible for telephoning, carpooling, ordering sweatshirts, refreshments, parties, thank you gifts, and anything else that pertains to your specific team.

Team Sponsor 
$200 per team - includes a team plaque, a photo of you with the team, and a great deal of pride. Helps to offset the cost of uniforms and insurance, and reduces the amount of other necessary fund-raising activities. 

Field Maintenance 
Coordinates field set up and take down; makes sure that all nets, field markings, corner flags and goalposts are at the field well ahead of time on the assigned set-up days, and that all equipment is returned in good condition to the storage area on assigned take down days; notifies the Field Equipment Manager (see Regional Board Members) of any problems or when supplies are getting low. Individuals may assist with any or all of the following tasks: install goalposts, haul dirt, plant grass, repair sprinklers, field markings, put up/remove/store goal nets, clean-up. 

VIP Buddy 
Help a special needs child on the field. Join the fun, be a part of the game. This award winning program is a great way to participate and make new friends.

What your child will need for the season:

  1. Soccer cleats
  2. Soccer ball
  3. Shin guards
  4. Water for each practice and games
  5. Uniforms are included with paid registration fee

Teams & Coaches

Once registration closes, teams will be formed. Once the teams are formed, those who volunteered to coach will be contacted with further information. Teams who don't have coaches will be contacted to see who will be able to coach the team. Our goal is to have teams begin practicing by mid-August. The sooner we get coaches to volunteer, the sooner the teams may begin practicing.  

Practice & Games

Teams typically practice 1-2 times per week and play a game on Saturdays only.
Practices days and times are decided by the coach since he/she is a volunteer.

***See Region Information for practice fields and addresses

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Contact Us


PO Box 5523 
Orange, California 92863

Email Us: [email protected]
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