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Dec, 2021

Spring Season FAQ

Does my child's team have a coach?

Not yet. Registration doesn’t close until January 31, 2022. Our coordinators will be filling coach positions after that. The earliest you will hear from a coach is mid-February, but late February is more likely.

How do I know when and where my child will be practicing?

Your child's coach will provide that information when they contact you.

What kind of equipment does my child need?

Your child will need shin guards, socks that completely cover them, and shoes for practice. Socks should be put on after the shin guards, and be over them. Cleats are strongly recommended, but not required. Players should also bring a soccer ball if they have one, and water, to all practices. 6U and 8U use size 3 soccer balls. 10U and 12U use size 4, and 14U and up use size 5. Playground and Schoolyard players will receive a soccer ball as part of their registration.

When do I hear about Playground and Schoolyard season info?

Our PGSY Coordinator spot for this season is currently vacant. If you are interested in running this program, please email [email protected] PGSY sessions will be Friday nights only and start on March 11.

When and where will I get a game schedule?

6U-19U schedules will be posted on the website by early March. Games will begin on March 12, 2022.

Does registration include a uniform?

Yes, registration includes a full uniform. It also includes pictures and insurance. Picture Day will be announced before the season begins.

Are all the games at the Sports Park on Beaumont Avenue?

All games for the Spring Development League are at the sports park on Beaumont Ave. All games will be on Saturdays, except 12U may have some 7:00PM weekday games.

Will we have referees on our games?

Only you can answer that question. Our referees are like our coaches and board members. All are volunteers. All teams 8U-19U are strongly encouraged to provide referees. If you want referees on games, be a part of the solution and take the class. There will be a class offered in Beaumont prior to the start of the season.

Who can be a referee?

Anyone that is 12 and older, passes the background check, and has taken the Regional Referee Class.

If I don't like a referee's call or disagree with my kid's coach, can I yell at them?

Of course not! Soccer is exciting, but no game in our spring season is the World Cup. Behave yourselves, and model the good behavior we want our kids to exhibit. If you believe you could do a better job than the referee or coach, we invite you to volunteer and lead by example. if you are asked to leave a game due to your behavior, you will be suspended for an additional game/s. Let any guests you bring to the park know what is expected. Repeat offenders will be banned from AYSO activities for the remainder of the season.

I have a really cute small dog. Can I bring him to soccer?

Absolutely not! No pets of any kind are allowed at practices or games. No emotional support animals either. We hold the permits for all practices and games. Although it is a public park, under our permits, we may exclude pets and remove offenders. Don't be that person that we have to chase down. Set a good example, follow the rules, and leave your pets at home.

Anything else?

No jewelry of any kind at practices or games. This includes earrings. A band aid covering them doesn't work and doesn't fool the referee. They will not be allowed to participate unless they are removed. No drones are allowed at AYSO practices or games.

Division details?

All divisions from 6U-12U will be divided by gender, but only if we get enough players registered. Any divisions that can not support separate teams will switch to coed. We have tried boys teams playing girls teams the last few seasons, and it has not been working out. 8U will re-introduce goal keepers this spring. Although this is not the recommendation of AYSO National, after careful consideration, we feel it is best for player development to begin the introduction of keepers prior to 10U. 15U and 19U will be coed, and will play 5v5 on 10U sized fields. This is to encourage the development of all players on the field. 19U will only happen if we get enough players registered for the wait list. 

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