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Be a Mt. Pleasant AYSO volunteer!
Why? Because we can’t survive without you. Mt. Pleasant AYSO Region 221 is an all-volunteer organization including coaches, referees, and administrators. The fees we charge pay for equipment, supplies, field rental and other expenses. Running the Mt. Plesant AYSO soccer program is an enormously rewarding undertaking made possible only through the dedicated efforts of about 100 people like you. 

All households with a child in the program are asked to provide at least one volunteer. 
Volunteers without a child in the program are also welcome.

The rewards for volunteering are many. Please volunteer today so that both you and your child can have a terrific AYSO experience!

How do I sign up to volunteer?
All individuals who volunteer in any capacity must go online and fill out a volunteer application EACH YEAR. Parents are asked to submit this application at annual registration fall registration. To do so:

  • Complete the volunteer application using eAYSO, our national online registration service.
  • Register for Mt. Pleasant NY AYSO which is Region 221 Section 3 Area T.
  • The application requires you to give three references, including a personal reference, a professional reference and a reference from any prior volunteer experience with youth. Bring a copy of the application plus your driver’s license or state photo ID to the coaches meeting (even if you would like to volunteer in a different capacity).

Mt. Pleasant AYSO Volunteer opportunities

Contact the general mailbox for more information.

Head Coach
Time commitment: ~20 hrs/season. A coach participates on game days, holds team practices, teaches game fundamentals to the players, and helps players develop good sportsmanship. Attends fall division meeting, spring coach meeting, coach training, and weekly practices and games. You don’t need to have played soccer or know much about it in order to coach. Particularly at the lower levels, many coaches learn the game along with their kids.

Assistant Coach

Time commitment: 2-3 hrs/wk during season. The assistant coach assists the coach at practices and games and stands in for the coach when necessary. Attends coach training, fall division meeting, spring coach meeting, and weekly practices and games.


Time commitment: 1-3 hrs on game day. The referee arbitrates games, helping players understand why an infraction or penalty is called. At younger levels, referees may show the proper way to do throw-ins, corner kicks, and goal kicks, etc. Attends referee training and one annual referee meeting.

Youth Referee
Same duties as referee. Youth referees are players or youth age 10 and up. Can use this experience to meet school community service requirements.

Team Parent

Time commitment: 1 hr/wk during season. The team parent coordinates the snack schedule and otherwise assists the coach and assistant coach, e.g., picking up trophies or picture orders, etc.

Division Coordinator

Time commitment: ~10 hrs/season. The division coordinator is the board liaison to the division coaches; balances and forms teams; assigns and oversees coaches; organizes the fall division meeting; works with coaches on uniforms, training, game schedules, and other division tasks as necessary. Attends staff training (1x), monthly board meetings, coach meetings, annual section meeting.

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