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Welcome AYSO Parents

Regardless of whether you are brand new to the world of soccer and AYSO or you are sending your 8th child (perhaps even grandchild) through our program, we are glad to have you!  To help you get started, below are some of the most frequently requested information:


How do I register?
Will my child be placed on a waiting list?
Can my siblings and buddies play on the same team?
What should I wear to games?
Does AYSO verify age of players?
When do we practice?
Do we play in inclement weather?
Does AYSO offer financial assistance?


How do I register?

The first step in getting your child involved with AYSO team is getting them registered. This is handled through our three step process documented in the registration section of our website. The Registration System is also used to store your profile and to obtain various information (e.g. medical release form). You can log back into the system at any time to update your profile or print a form.

Will my child be placed on a waiting list?

Registration is only available on a first come, first served, basis. The number of available volunteers (staff, coaches, referees, managers), practice fields, and/or playing fields may limit registration within any division. Once a division has been filled, a Waiting List is created from which players may be placed on a team (when another player drops or additional coaches are secured).

Can my siblings and buddies play on the same team?

If you have siblings (two or more) of the same gender (we do not have any co-ed teams) in the same age division (no child may play down), you may request that they be assigned to the same team.

Any child in the U06 Division (ages 4 and 5) may request to be placed on a team with a buddy or with a particular coach. No other requests for pairings will be considered.

Random team assignment, coupled with player ratings, is the only way to assure balanced teams. Reasons such as babysitters, carpool needs, practice days or location, coach likes or dislikes, and a host of other issues, are insufficient to support team assignment. We have no control over the coaches’ choices; it is a chance you are taking, and you may have to make other arrangements or changes to your schedule. Players will not be moved once the teams have been formed.

What should I wear to games?

Each player must be dressed as follows for official games:

  • Each player will be issued shorts, jersey, and socks by AYSO. Lost uniforms cannot be replaced. Shin guards and soccer shoes (rubber cleats with no toe cleat) needs to be bought by the parent.
  • No player will be allowed on the field with hard casts, splints or any other object which the referee may deem as potentially harmful to any other player including but limited to earrings, necklaces, rings, watches, barrettes or other jewelry.
  • The AYSO uniform may not bear the player name or team name by any application of lettering, silk screening, etc.

Does AYSO verify age of players?

If you did not play in our region the previous year you may be asked to provide a copy of your son's or daughter's birth certificate or passport at time of registration. We reserve the right to ask for the original. If a birth certificate is altered so your child will play in the wrong division, your child could be banned from the program. A board decision will follow.

When do we practice?

Generally speaking, older players have later practice times than do younger players. Practice times are determined by the coaches on each team.

Do we play in inclement weather?

Menifee AYSO will play games rain or shine. The only stoppage of games is when lighting is heard or visible. We strongly recommend that the team coach or manager contact players/parents whenever practice or games are called off. Please note, even if Menifee AYSO has not closed the field, the ultimate decision as to whether the game is played rests with the Referee, who is responsible for player safety.

Does AYSO offer financial assistance?

Financial Assistance may be available to qualifying families. A written request (with a statement of need describing family situation, gross income, and expenses) is required when submitting your request. Financial Assistance is limited, and will be available on a first come, first served, basis. Mail your request to:

AYSO Region 820
P.O. Box 179
Sun City, CA 92586

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AYSO Region 820 - Menifee

P.O. Box 179 
Sun City, California 92586

Email Us: rc@ayso820.org
Phone : 951-679-2491
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