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Spring Development League Registration

Registration for the upcoming 2018 Spring League season is now open to players between the ages of 5 to 14, or in the 6U to 14U divisions born between January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2013.

 

Please read in detail the league information before registering. The registration link is below this information and before the registration steps.

About Spring Development League

The Spring Development League is a great opportunity for players to continue developing their soccer skills under a more casual environment. It is all about fun, staying fit and developing the skills and knowledge of the participants; coaches, referees and players alike. The league will not maintain records and the emphasis will be on growing a love of the sport and building technique and fitness.


Registration Divisions and Ages:

6U to 14U Divisions
5 to 14 years old
Born between January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2012
View our age group calculator


Season Play Period:

March 10, 2018 to May 26, 2018


Registration Period:

November 25, 2017 to January 31, 2018


Registration Fees:

$117.50 for new players
($100 fee + $17.50 Non-refundable AYSO National Annual Membership Fee)

$100 for players that participated in the 2017 Fall Season


Registration includes:

8 Saturday games
Full uniform
Participation medal
Pictures
Accident insurance
An opportunity to participate at a regional tournament

 

The league will include a tournament-style Saturday game day at the end of the season for those teams that have fulfilled their referee and volunteer assignments. The tournament will include at least 2 games and food & drinks provided by the region to all participants.


About the former Coed League

The Spring Development League will replace the former Coed league by separating teams into boys and girls. This being the most common request since the Coed league launched in 2012.

However, please take note that while the region will attempt to form separate boys and girls teams, this will be solely based on the number of registrants and the possibility to form such separate teams. If there are not enough registrations per each division in order to form an adequate number of separate teams, the region will:

  1. Form smaller teams for short-sided games (I.e. 5v5, 7v7, 9v9.)
  2. Form Coed teams.
  3. Dissolve the division and issue refunds.

Parents and guardians will be notified by the end of February if any of the above should occur.


Volunteers Requirement

The Spring Development League will be limited in size by the amount of volunteers willing to assist with the league. We’re looking for head coaches, assistant coaches and team managers. If you’re interested in volunteering, please complete the volunteering role you’re interested in during the registration process.


Referee Requirements

In order to facilitate a positive AYSO experience to all players of Pass Area AYSO Region 641, the region strives to provide certified referees for each game at 10U or above. Our goal is to provide three referees for the competitive divisions, 10U, 12U and 14U. To achieve this goal we need several slots to be filled each week. In order to ensure that we have the referee slots filled, we need each team to provide us with volunteer referees.

Only teams that meet their referee assignments will be allowed to participate at the end of the season’s tournament.


Registration Agreements

Parents and guardians will be asked to accept the regional and league agreements. Click on any of the below tabs to read them prior to starting with the registration process:

The Annual National AYSO Membership Fee of $17.50 is not refundable and non-transferable.

Pass Area AYSO – Region 641 allows for refunds under special circumstances. All special circumstance refund requests must be submitted in writing by mailing a PDF form available here  and must include the reasons and or circumstances involved. All refund requests will be read and considered by the Regional Board and refunds will only be granted at the discretion of the Regional Board.

Guidelines:

  • Any player who withdraws prior to participating in the first game or practice of the season may be considered for a full refund of their registration fee.
  • Any player who withdraws after participating in the first practice, but prior to the first game of the season, may be considered for a refund of the registration fee, minus any nonrefundable AYSO National Registration Fees for insurance already paid by Pass Area AYSO – Region 641.
  • Any player who withdraws after participating in the first game of the season or beyond will not be entitled to a refund of the registration fee.
  • A fee of $35 dollars will be assessed for a uniform that is not returned in clean and unused condition.

Procedure:

  • The parent guardian requesting the refund must fill out the Parent or Guardian section, sign and mail the PDF form available here to the address stated in the refund request form.
  • This request must be submitted by May 1 of the current Spring League Season. Refunds will not be carried over from season to season and will not be applied toward the registration fees of a following season.
  • Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for a refund (if approved) to be processed.

Players are placed on team rosters based on the AYSO Philosophy of Balanced Teams. Each year coaches are asked to provide detailed evaluations of players in order to accurately balance teams the next season. Coach-generated evaluations are the cornerstone of team balancing. Inaccurate and/or careless evaluations can have far-reaching effects and often lead to player, parent and volunteer frustration and disappointment. Additionally, all evaluations are confidential and coaches should not share or discuss their evaluations with players or parents. Other variables that can affect player placement are factors such as Spring Select experience, positional expertise (goalkeepers) and historic volunteer support by parents.

Parents and volunteers should understand that no system for player placement is perfect and despite best efforts of volunteer regional staff there are always teams that experience more match day success than others. All AYSO regions strive to improve balancing each year and indeed no other board responsibility demands as many volunteer man-hours as team formation and balancing.

Except as noted below, requests in competitive divisions (10U-19U) shall not be considered.

In non-competitive divisions (6U-8U) Pass Area AYSO Region 641 will consider requests but there is no guarantee that a request will be granted. All requests will be reviewed for validity. Parents, players and coaches should be aware that the following requests are typically not granted:

  • Transportation related requests
  • Played another sport together
  • Coach specific requests (I want to play for…)
  • Practice field location
  • Practice time or day

*Pass Area AYSO Region 641 is sensitive to requests to not being placed on a particular volunteer coach’s team when there has been a negative experience in the past. Requests of this nature are typically granted unless a parent has requested that his/her player not be placed on teams with the majority of coaches in the division. Additionally, parents should exercise caution when making such a request and be prepared to share their reasoning in detail. In all cases a request based on historical wins and losses shall be denied.

*Siblings and children living in the same household and whose age and gender dictate said players would play in the same division shall always have the option to play on the same team if so desired.

A SIBLING is defined as follows: Each of two or more children or offspring having one or both parents in common; a brother or sister. Additionally, SIBLINGS shall reside in the same household.

BY AGREEING TO THIS ACKNOWLEDGMENT, THE PARENT/GUARDIAN INDICATES THAT ALL FAMILY MEMBERS AND SPECTATORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FAMILY WILL ABIDE BY THESE GUIDELINES. FAILURE TO RESPECT THE PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT AND AYSO KIDS ZONE PLEDGE CAN BE GROUNDS FOR REMOVAL FROM THE SIDELINE; MATCH SUSPENSION OR ABANDONMENT; OR MATCH FORFEITURE FOR THE TEAM OF THE OFFENDING SPECTATOR. REPEATED INCIDENCE OF FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT CAN RESULT IN DISCIPLINARY ACTION UP TO AND INCLUDING REMOVAL FROM THE PROGRAM.

PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT

As a parent, you play a special role in contributing to the needs and development of youngsters. Through your encouragement and good example, you can help all the boys and girls learn good sportsmanship and self-discipline. In AYSO, young people learn to work together, to sacrifice for the good of the team, to enjoy winning and deal appropriately with defeat – all while becoming physically fit and healthy. Best of all, they have fun.

  • Support Your Child – Supporting your child by giving encouragement and showing interest in their team is very important. Help your child work toward skills improvement and good sportsmanship in every game. Teach your child that hard work and an honest effort are often more important than victory – that way your child will always be a winner despite the outcome of the game!
  • Always Be Positive – Parents serve as role models for their children. Be aware of this fact and work to be a positive role model. Applaud good plays by your child’s team as well as good plays by the opposing team. Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from youth sports.
  • Remember: Your Child Wants To Have Fun – Remember that your child is the one playing soccer, not you. It’s very important to let children establish their own goals – to play the game for themselves. Take care not to impose your own standards and goals on them. Don’t put too heavy a burden on your child to win games. Surveys reveal that 72% of children would rather play for a losing team than ride the bench for a winning team. Children play for the fun of playing.
  • Reinforce Positive Behavior – Positive reinforcement is the best way to help your child achieve their goals and overcome their natural fear of failure. Nobody likes to make mistakes. If your child does make one, remember it’s all part of learning, so encourage your child’s efforts and point out the good things your child accomplished.
  • Don’t Be A Sideline Coach Or Referee – AYSO coaches and referees are usually parents just like you. They volunteer their time to help make your child’s soccer experience a positive one. They need your support, too. That means refrain from coaching or refereeing from the sidelines. In a volunteer organization like AYSO there’s always an opportunity to take your interest in coaching or refereeing to the next level and become one yourself!

 

KIDS ZONE PARENT PLEDGE

  1. I pledge to be on time or early when bringing my child to his/her practices and games. I understand that it may be uncomfortable for my child to be late to a game or practice and that he/she is subject to physical risk if not provided with adequate time to warm up. I understand that I am encouraged to stay during practices and games, but if I do not, I will be there when he/she is finished. Being punctual shows respect for the coach, who has other time commitments, and it tells my child that he/she is my top priority.
  2. I understand that the top three reasons kids play sports are to have fun, make new friends and learn new skills. I understand that the game is for the kids, and I will encourage my child to have fun and keep sport in its proper perspective. I understand that athletes do their best when they are emotionally healthy, so I will be positive and supportive.
  3. I will redefine what it is to be a ‘Winner’ in my conversations with my child. Winners are people who make the maximum effort, continue to learn and improve, and do not let mistakes, or fear of making mistakes, discourage them. I understand that mistakes are an inevitable part of any game and that people learn from their mistakes. I understand that all children are born with different abilities and that the true measure of success is not how my child compares to others, but how he/she is doing in comparison to his/her best self.
  4. I will ‘Honor the Game.’ I understand the importance of setting a good example of sportsmanship for my child. I will show respect for all involved in the game including coaches, players, opponents, opposing fans, and referees. I understand that officials, coaches, and players make mistakes. If the referee makes a call I do not agree with, I will refrain from questioning, insulting or making personal attacks against him or her.
  5. I understand that games can be exciting for my child as he/she deals with the fast-paced action of the game, responds to opponents, referees, teammates, and listens to coaches. I will not yell out instructions. During the game, I will make only sportsmanlike comments that encourage my child and other players on both teams.
  6. I will not make negative comments about the game, coaches, referees or teammates in my child’s presence. This sets a bad example, which can negatively influence my child’s motivation and overall experience. I agree to act in a sportsmanlike manner and make every effort to foster a friendly and nonviolent atmosphere.

I agree to honor the AYSO Parent Pledge in my words and actions.

Pass Area AYSO Region 641 participants agree and understand that NO PET shall be permitted at any AYSO activity or event regardless of venue or location. This policy includes but is not limited to practices, games, picture day, opening ceremonies, team parties, tournaments, etc. This Policy is consistent with those of neighboring Regions and is in keeping with the AYSO Insurance Policy, which does not cover animal bites or related injuries. Properly registered service animals are generally exempt from this Policy.

In order to facilitate a positive AYSO experience for the youth in Pass Area AYSO Region 641 the region strives to provide certified referees for each game at 10U or above. Our goal is to provide three referees for the competitive divisions, 10U, 12U and 14U. To achieve this goal we need several slots to be filled each week. In order to ensure that we have the referee slots filled, we need each team to provide us with volunteer referees.

Only teams that met their referee assignments will be allowed to participate at the end of the season tournament.


Registration Instructions

No registration is complete and spots will not be reserved until registration and payment have been fully processed and approved.

Registration is done by visiting: http://account.passareaayso.org

Note: eayso.org is no longer available for registration. All registrations must be done by following the address above.

For detailed registration instructions, click on the link below and based on your situation:


Registration Instructions

1. Visit http://account.passareaayso.org and click the “REGISTER NOW” button.

 


2. Enter your personal information and click on “CREATE ACCOUNT!”

Note that you’re registering to participate in our region Pass Area AYSO 641 for the cities of Beaumont, Banning, Cabazon, Calimesa and Cherry Valley, in Southern California.

 


3. Complete all of your personal information.

 

Select if you would like to receive text alerts (recommended.)


4. Select if you wish to add an additional account holder, else click “Update.”

An additional account holder could be your spouse or another adult you authorize to manage your AYSO account.

 


5. Click on the Register Now! red button at the top right of the page.

In the step above, you’ve completed your profile account creation, now you need to register your player(s).

 


6. On the overlay window, select the option to the left: “I am a parent or guardian registering a participant.”

 


7. Complete the player information.

 

Important: New players to AYSO and Pass Area AYSO will need to upload a copy of an age verification document. (birth certificate, passport, insurance card – if birth date is listed.)

 


8. If done registering players, click the green button to the right from the available program. Else click the “+ Add Another Participant” button at the bottom left to add another player and repeat step 7.

 

The player’s division will be automatically selected based on the date of birth. Please refer to AYSO’s new age matrix here for additional information.

9. Click the “Click Here to eSign Form” button to complete the player application signature section.

 


10. Review the application information and if correct scroll to the signature section.

Complete the section in the green area as shown in the image below. The section in the red area is for players over 18 years of age.

 

Once complete, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on “Continue to review.”

 

Review the information again, if all correct, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on “Submit signed player registration.”

 


11. Once the eSignature part is complete, click the “Continue” button.

 


12. Select the areas where you would like to volunteer.

The 2017 Fall Season will be limited in size by the amount of volunteers willing to assist. Remember that we’re a 100% volunteer-managed region.

Then, with your profile selected (red) click the “Continue” button and complete the volunteer application form. A background check will be performed to all applicants.

If you do not wish to volunteer, select the “I do not wish to volunteer at this time” checkbox and click “Continue”.

13. Review your registration summary and click the “Continue” button to proceed to the payment screen.

 


14. Complete the payment information and click “Continue”.

 

 

Your registration is now complete. You will receive a confirmation email and you will receive additional information from us once we get closer to the season’s opening day.



Registration Instructions

1. Visit http://account.passareaayso.org, click the “LOGIN” button and login with your account credentials. If you do not have an account, follow the instructions in the options above.

 

 


2. Select the player or players that you wish to register for Spring League from the ones available.

 

 

 


3. Select the divisions for each player and click on + REGISTER button. The returning player discount will be applied at a later step.

 

 

 


 

4. Continue with the registration process. Review your registration summary and click the “Continue” button to proceed to the payment screen.

 


6. Complete the payment information and click “Continue”.

 

 

Your registration is now complete. You will receive a confirmation email and you will receive additional information from us once we get closer to the season’s opening day.


Refund Policy

The National AYSO Membership Fee of $17.50 is not refundable and non-transferable.

Pass Area AYSO – Region 641 allows for refunds under special circumstances. All special circumstance refund requests must be submitted in writing by mailing in this form (PDF) and must include the reasons and/or circumstances involved. All refund requests will be read and considered by the Regional Board and refunds will only be granted at the discretion of the Regional Board.

Guidelines:

  1. Any player who withdraws prior to participating in the first game or practice of the season may be considered for a full refund of their registration fee.
  2. Any player who withdraws after participating in the first practice, but prior to the first game of the season, may be considered for a refund of the registration fee, minus any nonrefundable AYSO National Registration Fees for insurance already paid by Pass Area AYSO – Region 641.
  3. Any player who withdraws after participating in the first game of the season or beyond will not be entitled to a refund of the registration fee.
  4. A fee of $35 dollars will be assessed for a uniform that is not returned in clean and unused condition.

Procedure:

  1. The parent/guardian requesting the refund must fill out the “Parent/Guardian” section, sign and mail this form (PDF) to the address stated in the refund request form.
  2. This request must be submitted by November 1 for the Fall Season or May 1 for the Coed Development Spring League season in which the refund is being requested. Refunds will not be carried over from season to season and will not be applied toward the registration fees of a following season.
  3. Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for a refund (if approved) to be processed.