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The AYSO philosophy is built on the belief that winning kids are built up, not torn down, and that all kids deserve the opportunity to play soccer. As part of the AYSO family, you will be expected to set an example and become part of a positive soccer environment based on mutual respect and positive encouragement. The kids have more fun when they gain self-confidence and a positive self-image.

AYSO has always encouraged good sportsmanship in its program. Sportsmanship is such an important aspect of AYSO that its now part of the philosophy statement in the National AYSO bylaws. AYSO figures if players, volunteers and parents understand what is expected of them when it comes to good sportsmanship, that's probably how they will act. AYSO understands that good sportsmanship doesn't just happen. It needs to be taught, encouraged and demonstrated.

With this in mind, Orange AYSO Region 1335 adheres to the AYSO National


Region Budget: Your Fall Registration Fees go towards the operation of the region, including National fees, uniforms, Coaching and Referee training and equipment, City of Orange field use fees, Orange Unified School District , Use of Facilities fees, field maintenance, field equipment, basic picture package and end of season award. Registration fees cover regular Fall Season games. Registration fees do NOT include Post Season Play.

Equipment: Please have your child bring shin guards, a ball(U5-U8 size 3, U10-U12 size 4, U14-U19 size 5), a drink (water or sports drink, no caffeinated beverages please) and appropriate footgear to all practices and games. Soccer cleats are recommended but not mandatory, shoes with a toe cleat (baseball shoes) are not permitted.

Team Assignments: A key philosophy of AYSO is balanced teams. Your child will be assigned a team after registration. We will attempt to accommodate placement requests, within reason, for U5 – U8 divisions. For U10 and higher teams placement requests cannot be accommodated. Each team for U8 will be required to have at least 1 Certified Referee, U9 – U19 are required to have at least 3 Certified Referees. You can expect to hear from your coach over the summer months. If you have not heard by August 23rd, please contact the Coach Administrator. Coach Administrator contact information is listed on the website Regional Board tab at

Practice Schedules: Practices will start no earlier than August 1st. Team practices will be set by the coach. Most teams will practice 1 – 2 times per week for approximately 1 to 2 hours depending on age and ability.

Game Schedules: Games for lower divisions are scheduled on Saturday’s. Upper divisions are scheduled for Saturdays, and possibly weeknights and Sundays. Lower U5 – U8 divisions play within our region at Taft Elementary School. U10 – U19 teams may travel locally.

Season: The regular season runs from September through November. Playoffs for qualifying teams are held in November. Postseason can include All-stars (by coach nomination and try-outs), tournament play and Spring Soccer.

AYSO E-mail: Our Region uses eayso to send out information to all of you. Please help us keep you in touch by updating your e-mail address at

Volunteer Requirements
: AYSO is an all volunteer organization. All positions, including your Regional Board, Coaches and Referees are on a volunteer basis. In order for our Region to operate effectively and to provide every child with a positive experience, every family is expected to volunteer. Volunteer opportunities include:

Coach/asst. coach

Team Coordinator

Referee (U8 will be required to have at least 1 Certified Referee, U9 – U19 are required to have at least 3 Certified Referees)

Sponsor - (Business or Individual)

Field Maintenance

Field Setup and Tear Down

Volunteer for Region positions / projects

Optional Post Season Play-Offs: Each year Region 1335 offers U10 through U14 teams an optional Post Season Play-Offs. This Post Season play is not part of the Fall Program and all teams that would like to participate MUST QUALIFY. Teams may qualify by being in good standings and meeting the minimum requirements, including volunteer points, as detailed in Region 1335 policy. Your child’s coach can also provide additional information on each volunteer position and its requirements. A team must earn a total of 80 points as outlined below to meet the volunteer point requirements.

Pre-season Coaches Meeting                                           10 points **

Team Parent Meeting                                                       10 points

Mid/Late Season Coaches Meeting                                   10 points

Regional Volunteer                                                           10 points

Total Referee Points                                                        40 points **

Total Points                                                                     80 Points ***

**Includes Mandatory Coach/Referee Meeting. Each referee in attendance shall earn 2 pts, max of 6 points.

***Note: Out of the 80 points a minimum of 40 referee points must be earned.

Please remember, we are all out to make AYSO a positive experience for our children, please consider making a regional volunteer commitment.

Additional Information: For additional information, please regularly check the Regional website. You will be able to find regional information, schedules and standings;

Policies and guidelines are subject to change



We want to make sure that your child is enjoying the soccer experience. If you have a concern or problem involving your child, please use the following guidelines to resolve the situation:

  1. Discuss the situation with your team Coach, Asst. Coach,  or Team Parent

  2. If the situation is not resolved, or you feel you cannot discuss the situation with them, contact any Board Member.

  3. If the situation is not resolved after contacting a Board Member you may contact the Regional Commissioner.

  4. If the situation is still not resolved, contact the Area K Director