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16U/19U Program

The U16 / U19 program is run by our Area 11L.  The games are played in South Orange County from Lake Forest to San Clemente.  The season is broken up into a seeding phase and a standings phase.  The seeding phrase determines the pool in which the team will be placed.  During the standings phrase the top three teams receive medals.  In addition the top two teams in the top pool move on to the Sectional Playoffs.

U16/U19 Program Manager - Dave Gleckman

Season LengthThe season runs from September until the middle of November.  Some travel is required as games are played throughout the area from Lake Forest to San Clemente.
Time Commitment                                                Practice approximately 90 minutes twice a week normally in the evening with lighted fields.  Games are played Saturday along with a few Sunday Games.  U16 play 40 minute halves and U19 play 45 minute halves.
EquipmentEach player will be give a uniform which consists of two jerseys for home and away games, shorts and socks. The player must provide soccer cleats, shin guards and a size 5 soccer ball.
Certification Required                                                            All volunteers must be registered AYSO Volunteers, and all coaches must be Safe Haven Certified.
Coach - Advanced Certification
Referee - Advanced Certification
Game Format The game is played on a regulation sized field 11 vs. 11 under modified FIFA rules.  Game is played with free substitution and all players will play a minimum of half the game.
Team FormationThe teams are formed with a draft that normally occurs in July.  Coaches are provided player ratings which can be used for player selection.  At the end of the season coaches submit player ratings.  Players can also request a coach; this is done during registration by writing the coach's name at the top of the registration form.
Weekly time commitment is approximately 60 minutes, including 30 Minutes of group warmup followed by a 30 minute game supervised by a team coach. Held on Saturdays.
Weekly time commitment is approximately 60 minutes, including 30 Minutes of group warmup followed by a 30 minute game supervised by a team coach. Held on Saturdays.
Weekly time commitment is approximately 60 minutes, including 30 Minutes of group warmup followed by a 30 minute game supervised by a team coach. Held on Saturdays.
Weekly time commitment is approximately 60 minutes, including 30 Minutes of group warmup followed by a 30 minute game supervised by a team coach. Held on Saturdays.
The game is played on a small field in a 3 vs. 3 format with no goal keeper. The team coaches act as the referee to keep the game safe and fun.  Parents are encouraged to cheer and not coach; let the game be the coach.
The game is played on a small field in a 3 vs. 3 format with no goal keeper. The team coaches act as the referee to keep the game safe and fun.  Parents are encouraged to cheer and not coach; let the game be the coach.
The game is played on a small field in a 3 vs. 3 format with no goal keeper. The team coaches act as the referee to keep the game safe and fun.  Parents are encouraged to cheer and not coach; let the game be the coach.
The game is played on a small field in a 3 vs. 3 format with no goal keeper. The team coaches act as the referee to keep the game safe and fun.  Parents are encouraged to cheer and not coach; let the game be the coach.
The game is played on a small field in a 3 vs. 3 format with no goal keeper. The team coaches act as the referee to keep the game safe and fun.  Parents are encouraged to cheer and not coach; let the game be the coach.

 

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