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Spring Soccer

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Region 56 offers a Spring Soccer program that is coach select. If you have any qestions please email our Spring Coordinator
Nicole O'Rourke at spring@ayso56.org

Spring Schedules

» Player Registration/Waitlist Opens on December 1 (Click Here)

» Spring 2018 Regional Play

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» Spring 2018 Area Play
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Program Outline:

The Spring soccer program in Region 56 is designed to give coaches and players an opportunity to enhance their soccer skills, travel and have fun in the spring sun.  We offer recreational and competitive divisions.  Spring soccer is a Coach Select program, meaning coaches may select players of his/her choice in accordance with the Region 56 Spring guidelines.   Spring season practices can begin February 1st, with games scheduled March through May.

Coaches!
If you would like to form a spring team please add your name to the coach’s interest sheet.

Here are the steps:

1.     Add your name to the coach’s sheet

2.     Contact players to play on your team.

3.     Submit your completed roster to the Spring Coordinator by email (spring@ayso56.org) by January 2, 2018. (If you need more players we will help you fill the open spots.)

4.     Once rooster is submitted and approved you will receive an email. Your players can complete registration and will be added to your team.  

5.     Start Practice after February 1

6.     Order uniforms or use uniforms from Fall.

7.     Games start – March 2018

8.     HAVE FUN!

Coaching is a privilege and only those coaches who have demonstrated the AYSO philosophies are eligible to coach in the spring. 

Coaches must be certified to coach their prospective division and be Safe Haven Certified

Players:

Want to play Spring Soccer?

1.     Ask your fall coach if he/she is coaching and you can join the team. Spring is a coach select program.

2.     If you are not able to play on your Fall team register for Spring and you will be added to a waitlist of players. Your name will be added to team/division in the order it is received.

3.     Once added to a team you will receive an email asking you to complete your registration and pay the fee.

Players will be notified in Mid- January if they were placed on a team.

4.     Once your registration is complete you can play.

FEE for Returning Players is $100

FEE for New Players is $100 plus AYSO Registration Fee

Eligible families will receive multiple child and military discounts

Our Spring program is open to all U5 thru U19 AYSO registered players.  Some divisions may be combined based on participation.  The U5 division will follow the U6 guidelines.  This spring the U8 division will play with goal keepers.  Lower division (U5-U8) games are played on Saturdays. 

Upper division (U09-U19) games are played on Saturdays or Sundays and will play in area.

Please see below for additional general program information:

Player Eligibility:
    •    Players will play in the same division as they did in the previous fall season.  Players may request to play up a division.
    •    Recreational League teams may not have more than two (2) All Star Players in the U10 or U12 divisions, and no more than three (3) All Star Players in the U14 division.   Recreational League teams may not have any EXTRA Players, Club Players or Competitive Level Guest Players.  There is no limit on the number of Recreational Level Guest Players that may be on a Recreational League team.
    •    Select League teams in the U10 & U12 divisions are allowed a maximum of three (3) Competitive Level Guest Players.  Select League teams in the U14 division are allowed a maximum of four (4) Competitive Level Guest Players.   
    •    All U9 teams may play in the U10 recreational division (depending on the overall number of teams).  U9 will also follow U10 division rules.

Number of Players:
The maximum number of players allowed on each team is as follows:
    •    U05       7 players fielding   5 v 5 (maximum 2 substitutes)
    •    U06       7 players fielding   5 v 5 (maximum 2 substitutes)
    •    U07       9 players fielding   7 v 7 (maximum 2 substitutes)
    •    U08       9 players fielding   7 v 7 (maximum 2 substitutes)
    •    U10     10 players fielding   7 v 7 (maximum 3 substitutes)
    •    U12     12 players fielding   9 v 9 (maximum 3 substitutes)
    •    U14     15 players fielding 11 v 11 (maximum 4 substitutes)
    •    U16     18 players fielding 11 v 11 (maximum 7 substitutes)
    •    U19     18 players fielding 11 v 11 (maximum 7 substitutes) 

Uniforms:
All teams are responsible for their own uniforms.  All uniforms must be in accordance with AYSO National Rules and Regulations which means that the AYSO LOGO MUST BE ON THE FRONT OF THE SHIRT and NO ADVERTISING or TEAM NAMES on the jerseys. www.scoresports.com is where the region gets our uniforms from.

Injuries and Property Damage:
All injuries to a player must be reported to the player Regional Safety Director immediately.  Damage caused by a participant must be reported to the Spring Coordinator.

Referees:
Teams must meet the following requirements in order to form a spring team:
    •    U6 through U8:  Teams are required to provide 1 referee who will referee their own games as center referee.
    •    U10 through U19:  Teams must provide a 3 person referee team.  The referee schedule will be assigned.  Each referee team will be expected to honor their assigned games or provide certified coverage.

Fields:
The first game of the day is responsible for setting up the field.   Both team are responsible for lining the field.  Each team is responsible for setting up one of the goals.  All goals must be securely anchored with a minimum of four stakes.  Please arrive one hour prior to game time to set up your field.  If you are the last game of the day, both teams are required to tear down and return all equipment to the equipment bins.
Each team is responsible for cleaning up their area after practices and games.  Our soccer fields are precious commodities and we must all do our part to keep them clean and hazard free

If you have any questions, you may e-mail the Spring Coordinator at: spring@ayso56.org.
Encourage our players to play hard, display good sportsmanship and represent our Region well.  Encourage our parents to sit back, relax and enjoy watching their child play soccer.
**All information is subject to change

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