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Tuesday, 10 June, 2014 - 3:46 pm




AYSO Soccer - Hebrew Academy Sunday Program

AYSO Soccer will be available at Hebrew Academy on Sundays this Fall.  We hope you’ll join us. 

How to Register:

We will have an on-campus registration at the Hebrew Academy on Tuesday, June 10, from 3:00 – 4:30 at the carpool patio.  You can also mail in your registration (see below).

·         On-line Application - Please complete your registration application at  Print one (1) copy and bring to registration. We no longer have any pre-printed forms.  All applications must be done on-line and e-signed. 

·         If you have problems with eAYSO – Some people find that their players do not show up as returning players under their eAYSO account. This means that your players are not linked to your eAYSO account.  Please try to complete your registration on-line at eAYSO Friday or Saturday so you can work out any problems with the eAYSO Support Desk.  We can’t link your accounts for you – you have to work with the Support Desk.

Call (866) 588-2976 or email to

Mon-Fri: 8:00a - 5:00p PT
Sat: 6:00a - 3:00p PT
Sun: 8:00a - 12:00p PT

·         Payment - You may pay by credit card (other than American Express), check or cash at the in-person registration.  If you register by mail, we can only accept checks.  Checks should be made payable to “AYSO Region 143.”

·         Proof of Age - Players who did not register with Region 143 in Spring 2014 MUST bring proof of age (Birth Certificate or Passport.)  Registrations for new players will not be accepted without proof of age.

·         Mail In Registration - Please print and mail in one copy of the application (with a copy of your child’s birth certificate or passport, if a new player) together with a check payable to “AYSO Region 143.”   
Please mail not later than June 25.

Mail to:

AYSO Region 143
Sunday Program
16033 Bolsa Chica St Ste 104 PMB 163
Huntington Beach CA 92649

Here is some key information about our proposed program:

·         The program is open to boys and girls 4 – 14 whose birthdates fall between August 1, 2000, and August 31, 2010.

·         Games will played on Sunday mornings at Hebrew Academy.

·         Games will played against teams from Region 143 and other local Regions in Huntington Beach that also play on Saturdays. 

·         Practices may begin August 1.  First game will be Sunday, September 7.  Last games will be in early November.

·         Cost is $90 for your first child and $80 for each sibling registered at the same time.

·         We have a limited number of partial scholarships for those with significant financial need. 

·         Players also need the following equipment (at your expense):

o   Soccer jersey and socks (you can purchase this from Region 143 for approximately $20 and reuse for several seasons)

o   Shoes – closed toe athletic shoes (soccer cleats or turf shoes preferred, sneakers OK – no baseball cleats or metal cleats allowed)

o   Shinguards

o   Socks that entirely cover the shin guards (for practices)

o   Soccer ball – Size 3 for players under 8, Size 4 for players under 12, and Size 5 for players 12-14.

o   Water at each practice and games

·         We are an all-volunteer organization – each team needs a coach, assistant coach, 1 referee (under 8), 3 referees (8 and above), a team parent (helps the coaches manage the team), and field maintenance (putting up the goals, touching up the lines each week).  We provide training – no knowledge of soccer is necessary.  If you are willing to help coach or referee, please contact David Kuiper by email at

Here is some of what AYSO provides in exchange for your fees:

·         Opportunities to play children on other teams in organized games – the Hebrew Academy will be on our schedule from opening day!

·         Team and individual player photos (Fall only)

·         Trophy or medal for each player (Fall only)

·         Region picnic – Photo day, carnival games, jump houses, food, silent auction – Sunday, Sept. 21

·         Age appropriate training for coaches and referees

·         Coaching and team equipment 


·         Referee uniforms and equipment

·         Background checks for all volunteers

·         Safe Haven Program – Child Protection Training for all volunteers

·         Soccer Accident Insurance – secondary coverage in case your player is injured while participating in AYSO events

·         Liability Insurance for your program and volunteers

·         AYSO communications

            - Playsoccer Magazine

            - E-Newsletters for coaches, referees and parents

·         Kid Zone Program to deal with disruptive parents, volunteers and players

·         Very Important Player (VIP) Program for players with disabilities

Soccer - A Game For Kids And A Game For Life!

American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)

AYSO is child-first and child focused. We are a soccer organization with happy, healthy kids as our passion.   

Every decision, every rule and every program has "what's good for kids" as its basis. Every girl and boy stepping on a soccer field for the first time can have fun. AYSO's child-first approach also makes it one of the finest player development programs. Everybody likes to win, but developing successful players and people is what's fundamental in AYSO.   

You can set a soccer ball down on any corner in the world and have friends. It is a global sport that Americans have embraced in record numbers... because it's fun even with a beginner's skill. It's also a game you can play and enjoy for the rest of your life.  

With children's natural joy in running and kicking, soccer builds on these two skills and adds in techniques to control the ball and work as a team. It also encourages creative decision making and strategic thinking. And it's a fast game that keeps each player moving the entire time. In AYSO there's no spending the game on the bench!  Every player is guaranteed to play at least half of the game and our Region policy is that everyone plays at least three-quarters of every game.   

AYSO has age appropriate small-sided games. A full size soccer team has 11 players on the field. But smaller-sided teams for younger children allow more touches on the ball and a more successful soccer learning environment.  AYSO small-sided games emulate classic "street soccer" where children of many skill levels choose up teams and play together for a fun neighborhood game. This is a similar environment to where many of the greatest soccer players in the world developed their skills.

Please also see A Parent’s Guide to AYSO

For more information about AYSO Region 143, please go to

For other general information, please go to

We look forward to sharing some wonderful times on the field with you and your families!


David Kuiper

AYSO Region 143

Regional Commissioner


Any questions?  Please contact David Kuiper by email at



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