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Core Program



Our core program is the foundation for all the fun, excitement and learning that happens on the fields here in Eastvale. There are six core values – or what we call AYSO’s Six Philosophies – that are the foundation of our core program, and all others: Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship and Player Development. 

Everyone Plays means that no kid spends their soccer experience sitting on the bench. Every kid plays 75% of every game. Teams are put together in a way that makes playing soccer about the experience, not wins or losses. It’s not about blowing out another team with an unbelievable score; it’s about sportsmanship and learning to be the best possible team mate and opponent. Developing players is what we’re about, because soccer skills and life skills go hand in hand.


Registration Age Breakdown

Effective 5/2/17, AYSO has adopted a new national policy in regards to age determination.

You can view the new age chart HERE




U5 Division

  • 4 players per team. Games are 3v3.
  • There are no standings, goalies or reported scores.
  • One day per week practice.
  • Games are on Saturday.
  • Referees are there mainly to direct traffic and make sure the kids play safely. There are no fouls called.
  • The greatest need at this age is coaches. We encourage parents who are new to game to volunteer. At this age it is very easy to coach.  We provide all the training.

U6 Division

  • 5 players per team. Games are 4v4.
  • The games are two halves. Each half lasts 10 minutes with a water break approximately at the 5 minute mark of each half.
  • There are no standings, goalies or reported scores.
  • One to two days per week practice.
  • Games are on Saturday.
  • Referees are there mainly to direct traffic and make sure the kids play safely. There are no fouls called.
  • The greatest need at this age is coaches. We encourage parents who are new to game to volunteer. At this age it is very easy to coach.  We provide all the training.

U8 Division

  • 8 players per team. Games are 6v6,
  • Games are on Saturdays,
  • There are standings. Playoffs will be played and the two final teams will play for the Eastvale Cup.
  • The games will be two 20-minute halves, with a substitution break roughly middle of each half. 
  •  referee is required at each game. Assistant referees are not needed. (U8 referee badge)
  • There is no offside and there are no penalty kicks.  Headers are not allowed.
  • The restart of the game from an indirect or direct foul will be an indirect kick.
  • The greatest need at this age is coaches and referees. This is also the easiest age to coach or referee. It's about the kids!

U10 Division

  • 9 players per team. Games are 7v7,
  • Games are on Saturdays,
  • There are standings. Playoffs will be played and the two final teams will play for the Eastvale Cup. 
  • The winner of the Eastvale Cup will participate in the Area 1R Playoffs where all the U12 champs from each region play against each other. 
  • The top performing players from this division may be asked to participate in the Spring Select team. For more information about the Spring Select program click here.
  • The games will be two 25-minute halves, with a substitution break roughly middle of each half. 
  •  A center referee is required at each game. Assistant referees are needed. If no Assistant Referees are available, the Center Referee will ask the coaches or parents to call out of bounds as a Club Linesman. Referees need a Basic Referee badge.
  • Headers are not allowed.
  • The greatest need at this age is coaches and referees. Good sportsmanship from parents and coaches is crucial. It's about the kids!

U12 Division

  • 11-12 players per team. Games are 9v9,
  • Games are on Saturdays,
  • There are standings. Playoffs will be played and the two final teams will play for the Eastvale Cup. 
  • The winner of the Eastvale Cup will participate in the Area 1R Playoffs where all the U10 champs from each region play against each other. 
  • The top performing players from this division may be asked to participate in the Spring Select team. For more information about the Spring Select program click here.
  • The games will be two 30-minute halves, with a substitution break roughly middle of each half. 
  •  A center referee is required at each game. Assistant referees are needed. If no Assistant Referees are available, the Center Referee will ask the coaches or parents to call out of bounds as a Club Linesman. Referees need a Basic Referee badge.
  • Headers are not allowed.
  • The greatest need at this age is coaches and referees. Good sportsmanship from parents and coaches is crucial. It's about the kids!

U14 Division

As of 9/1/2016 - Our region is growing, however we are still working towards growing this division.  Depending on the numbers of U14 players that sign up, the division will either play in the Area program or a Regional Coed program. An Area program is a travel program where 5 games are played in Eastvale and 5 games are played in the other participating regions. The Regional Coed program will play all games in Eastvale, but the teams will be comprised of both girls and boys. Please note that as our numbers grow in this division, this program will convert to a traditional program. 

  • If Area team, then each team will be comprised of 12-14 players per team. Games are 11v11. If the division is a Coed program, then each team will be comprised of 10-12 players per team. Games will be 9v9.,
  • Games are on Saturdays,
  • There are standings.
  • If the program is coed then playoffs will be played and the two final teams will play for the Eastvale Cup. 
  • If the program is  an Area program, then the top team from our region will  participate in the Area 1R Playoffs where all the U14 champs from each region play against each other. 
  • The games will be two 35-minute halves, with a substitution break roughly middle of each half. 
  •  A center referee is required at each game. Assistant referees are needed. If no Assistant Referees are available, the Center Referee will ask the coaches or parents to call out of bounds as a Club Linesman. Referees need a Basic Referee badge.
  • Coaches are required to hold an Intermediate Coaching certification.
  • The greatest need at this age is coaches and referees. Good sportsmanship from parents and coaches is crucial. It's about the kids!



 
 

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