AYSO Region 37: Registration

2016 AYSO REGION 37 FALL SEASON!

Registration Dates: (CLICK HERE FOR FLYER)  

  • AYSO OFFICE
    •  May 21st 9am-12pm             June 4th 9am-12pm
    •  May 11th 6pm-8:30pm          June 8th 6pm-8:30pm                            

Fees: (include pictures, galaxy ticket (U5 and up only), socks, jersey, shorts)

Early Bird $105.00 MONTH OF APRIL

Regular Registration $125.00 May 1st-June 8th

Late registration after June 8th can only be paid with credit card online for $135 and child will be on a wait list.

**Depending on the date the player is registered and the amount of kids in the division, you may be put on a waiting list as we must have even team counts and max/min players per team.  

 


 VOLUNTEER BADGES

Every registered volunteer must have a volunteer badge, a volunteer badge assures parents and players that you have completed the steps to be a volunteer for the safety of all the children. Anyone volunteering in any capacity MUST be a registered volunteer (even tent/field duty!). In order to get your volunteer badge, you MUST complete your volunteer forms at eayso.org (New or Returning Adult (or child) Volunteer), complete safe haven training at aysotraining.org, and referees must complete referee training and coaches/asst. coaches must complete coach training (see website for upcoming classes). You will not receive a volunteer badge until you have completed those steps.

If you volunteered in the Fall (2015) and received a volunteer badge, your badge is still good through the Spring season! If you are a NEW (for spring) volunteer or lost your fall badge, then you MUST attend a badge night to get your badge. Volunteers are required to wear their badges at any time they are volunteering within an AYSO event, coaches and referees must have their badges on to check-in.

 If you were unable to attend a badge night, please send an email with picture, full name, AYSO ID # and what park you'll be at next to: badges@ayso37.org.  

  


 Instructions on how to register:

 

1.    Log-on to www.eayso.org and pre-register your child.  After logging in, if you are a returning player from our Fall 2015 season, please click on “Signup for other programs”.  If you are a new player and did not play in the Fall season, please click on “Application for new player or Register a returning player”.

2.    You must bring (2) copies of the player form along with proof of birth date (if not a returning player in Region 37) to one of the registration dates above held at the location specified. Again, space is limited and any registrations received can be wait listed.

3. Registration fees can be paid Online (bring confirmation of payment) or by Money Order ONLY at park. Checks and credit card payments will only be accepted at office registration times. 

FOR U4, CHANGE BIRTH DATE TO ONE YEAR OLDER IN SYSTEM THEM WRITE IN CORRECT DATE AND BRING BIRTH CERT OR OTHER PROOF OF AGE.

 

Q: When does Fall Season registration begin and end?

A: Fall registration begins in April and goes through June, registration dates will be posted on the front page of our website and sent via newsletter (you can sign up on front page of site). Any "late" registration received after our final registration date is NOT guaranteed placement on a Fall season team, they may be wait-listed if the division is full. Pending having enough coach volunteers players registering before the final fall registration date are guaranteed placement on a team.
 
Q: When does Spring Season registration begin and end?
A: Spring registration begins in late October to early November through mid to late January. Spring registration is limited and placement on a team is NOT guaranteed even if registering before a final registration date. 
 
Q: What happens if my child's team does not get a coach?
A: AYSO is an ALL volunteer organization and we rely on parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, older siblings (over 18yo) and family friends to volunteer as coaches for your children's teams. If no one from a team steps up to volunteer as a team coach, then we are left with no alternative but to disband the team. This is a last resort, but without volunteers we can not have team. This is why it is so important for parents to step up to volunteer. Many attend their child's practices/games anyways, so the amount of time it takes to coach is not much more than you're already spending to take your child to practices/games. Coaching is also a very rewarding experience, each volunteer coach plays a very important role as a role model and mentor to the children they coach.