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Fall 2014 registration dates
Registration Flyer ~ Age Breakdown Chart
WEDS, May 7th 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Alta Loma Jr High
WEDS, May 21ST 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Alta Loma Jr High
SAT, June 7 th 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Alta Loma Jr High


mail in Registration
: Envelope must be post marked by 5/31/14, any forms received postmarked after will not be accepted. 
 ATTN: AYSO REGION 65
 P.O. BOX 9208    
 ALTA LOMA, CA 91701

 Include 2 printed and signed registration forms along with payment of $60. Only personal checks, business checks, or cashier checks are accepted. Please do not send cash. All mail in registrations must include a copy of the players birth certificate. If proof of birth date not included, registration will be delayed.


PARENTS Welcome to another season of soccer will soon be under way! Your kids safety and well-being are our greatest concern. We hope this season is a FUN - FAMILY TIME experience. 

Spring Soccer flyer & detailed info.
Regristration is now closed.  Get on the Wait List.
Registration Handout-Spring 2014
Age Breakdown Chart


Regional SPONSORS
Thank you to our 2013-2014 Gold and Platinum Level Region Sponsors! We couldn't do what we do without your support. Interested in becoming a Region Sponsor? Help us bring the game of soccer to those who cannot afford it. Help us make a difference in our community. For more information Please contact Diane

at sponsorship@ace65.orgAYSO Regional Sponsorship packages ~ Team Sponsors Sponsor Application

 


In AYSO, fans are asked to be cheerleaders, not critics. Kids Zone is a unique program that includes a parent pledge that moms and dads sign to commit to positive, encouraging behavior when they're watching the games. We ask you to sign a pledge that holds all of us to the Kids Zone standards. Download the Kid Zone Pledge


AYSO is a non-profit volunteer organization dependent on a few people performing major tasks and handling many minor functions so that more than 2,700 kids, including our growing VIP Program for Very Important Players with special needs, can experience the fun of soccer in Rancho Cucamonga. 

Here at Region 65 we believe in an environment that is "Fun, Fair, & Safe" for all children. The focus is that children come first, not winning the game. As one region has printed on the back of the coaches shirts; "They play, we coach, you cheer." We agree with that statement to ensure that each child has a good time playing together, making new friends, and learning the game of soccer. Please visit Sideline Etiquette. An important aspect of the AYSO program is Sportsmanship. Our children need to experience:  

1. The fun of hard fought but fair competition 
2. Winning graciously 
3. Losing graciously 
4. Improving one’s abilities through practice 
5. Learning the social skills involved in being a member of a team, and 
6. Acknowledging good play by teammates as well as opponents 

This region is made up of volunteers; Parents just like you. If you would like to volunteer in any way, just ask anyone wearing a red AYSO logo shirt (these are the board members) and they will direct you, even if you do not know much about soccer.

Our coaches attend age specific training clinics each season with practice times that are age specific at our fields. 

Our area of greatest need right now are referees. If you are interested in volunteering to become a referee, AYSO has referee clinics that you can attend. Won't you please consider becoming an AYSO referee? New referees are NOT expected to referee games played by our teenagers. New referees will start reffing games of younger aged children. 

While you are here, please take time to consider and review the following at: www.ayso.org  
Street & Parking Lot Safety: Protecting yourself and your players around the field, during practices and games. 
Is Heading Safe? In response to concerns over the long-term results of heading the ball, AYSO has adopted the AYSO Heading Policy. Also discusses the concerns. 
Hydration: How hydration can help prevent and treat heat exhaustion, heat stroke, dehydration and other heat-related illnesses. 
Nutrition: Eating right for health and game performance. 

It is the responsibility of the coach to know all school Black Out dates for their practices. All the phone numbers will be in the Coach's Manual. Our Parent Handbook is full of useful information for everyone. To make the game more enjoyable for the children, please visit Sideline Etiquette and know that No Dogs are allowed on our School fields (we do love dogs). Don't forget to view our Privacy Policy and AYSO Nationals TERMS OF USE, which we follow and link to many of their web pages. Use of this website is absolutely conditioned upon reviewing, understanding and agreeing to all of the information contained in this Privacy Policy.

  AYSO Area 65, Rancho Cucamonga, in partnership with Rancho Cucamonga Parks
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    AYSO Region 65, PO Box 9208, Alta Loma, CA  91701