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AYSO REGION 1463 SERVING TEMECULA, MURRIETA, WILDOMAR, LAKE ELSINORE

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COACHES MEETING POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
Document Form - PDF File

This document contains information that was provided at our July 30th Coach Meetings. Please review and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. 

Spring Select Coach Information

SPRING SELECT 2020 INFORMATION
If looking for information on the Spring Select 2020 season, along with the Coach Application, feel free to visit the following page: 

SPRING SELECT PAGE

Volunteer Points Program

To view information and documentation for the Volunteer Points program, please visit the Volunteers Portal at this location:

VOLUNTEER POINTS PROGRAM

Coach Resources

COACH RESOURCES

PLAYER GAME CARDS
Download the latest version of the Game Cards to be used by both Coaches & Referees. 

GAME & PRACTICE FIELDS
View information on our Practice & Game Fields

VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION
Get started registering as a VOLUNTEER. 

VOLUNTEER TRAINING
Various training courses are available. To view a list of upcoming courses visit the Volunteer Training page for more information. 

PLAYER & GAME STATISTICS
View various player stats as well as team win/tie/loss records. 

Resource Information

GENERAL RESOURCES

CORE PROGRAM RULES (6U - 14U DIVISIONS)
Hit the link below to view our Core Program's Rules.  
CORE PROGRAM RULES

SOCCER DRILL WEBSITES
The following sites have a great amount of free coach drill resources available to you! Also, don't forget that YOUTUBE is also your friend. There are several soccer drills available on YouTube!

* Soccer Drive: 500+ Soccer Activities
* Soccer Coach Weekly


SOCCER PITCH TERMINOLOGY


SOCCER COACHING GLOSSARY

* Attacker:
The player with possession of the ball

* Advantage:
Law permitting a referee to recognize a fouls but not call it and allow the game to continue if he feel it is in the best interest of the player who was fouled.

* Center Line:
The halfway line drawn across the center of the field

* Chop or cut:
A deliberate change of direction with the ball.

* Challenge:
When a defender tries to steal the ball from the attacker.

* Chip:
When a ball is kicked using a stabbing motion which lofts the ball over the opponents head.

* Collecting:
The technique of receiving a ball from the air or the ground and then bring it under control to put the ball back into play.

* Corner Kick: 
A direct free kick taken from the corner. It happen when the ball goes across the goal line and was last touched by a defender.

* Cover: A defensive concept to help back up a fellow defender putting pressure on the ball.

* Cross:
When a ball comes across the field from a sideline towards the goal.

* Direct Free Kick:
A free kick that can be shot on goal without the ball being touched by another player.

* Dribbling:
Using touches with your feet to control the ball.

* Far Post: The goal post furthest from the ball.

* Feinting:
AKA fake. A deceptive move to fool an opponent

* Goal Kick: A goal kick is taken by the defending team when the ball goes over the goal line and was last touched by an offensive player.

* Goal Line/End Line:
The boundary line at each end of the field where the goals are.

* Hand Ball:
The INTENTIONAL use of the hands by a field player. The result is a direct free kick.

* Indirect Free Kick:
A free kick that cannot score with out first being touched by another player.

* Juggling: The skill of keeping the ball in the air your feet and other various parts of the body.

* Marking: The defensive concept of guarding another player

* Offside: When a receiver of a pass is positioned on his opponents half of the field with less than two defenders between him and the end at the moment the ball is passed.

* One Touch Passing or Shooting: To pass or shoot on the first touch of the ball.

* Overlap: When a player runs around and ahead of the ball for a pass.

* Pitch: A soccer field.

* Pressure: Refers to a defender putting pressure on his opponent with the ball.

* Push Pass: A pass using the side of your foot keeping the ball close to the ground.

* Shielding: A technique where the player with the ball positions his body between the ball and the defender.

* Striker:
 A player whose primary duties is to work the attacking half of the field.

* Sweeper: A player positioned behind the fullback and in front of the goalie. He has the freedom to play on either side of the field.

* Tackling: Using your feet to steal the ball from an opponent.

* Touchline:
The lines at the side of the field.

Warm Springs Coach Practice Info

Warm Springs Practice Fields



As long as space is available, coaches may contact AYSO 1463 and reserve field space for your team. Be aware that for the larger fields, for example fields 5-7, we will not be able to reserve an entire field due to the large amount of teams in our program. The larger fields are divided into halves which should be more than enough space for a quality practice area. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Field 7 is reserved specifically for older teams. All 10U and below teams will need to keep Field 7 free and clear for the older squads to use. 

If you have an interest in reserving a spot, please contact the Coach Administrator (info at the bottom of this page). 

Coach Practice Calendar

Practice Calendar for Warm Springs

Coaches interested in using Warm Springs for practices, please contact the Coach Administrator (contact info at the bottom of the this site). 

Becoming A Coach


Coaches Are Always Needed

Coaching children is a very rewarding experience and coaching your own child's team can be one of the most rewarding experiences of all! Coaches are pivotal to having children get the AYSO experience. If Regions don't have enough coaches, registration is scaled back and kids who want to play in AYSO are turned away.

Do you have little or no experience with soccer? No problem! AYSO will teach you, based on the age level you're coaching. Unique age-appropriate coach training is one of AYSO's specialties. If you plan to be at your child's soccer practices and games, you'll also have time to be your child's coach.

To become an AYSO coach, you must be certified in the age level you are coaching. Certification takes three easy steps. First, fill out a volunteer form. Then either attend a short Safe Haven course in person or online. Lastly, attend a brief age-specific coaching course. It's only a few hours, and generally on a weekend.  

Coaches are essential to the game. They teach children soccer skills and help develop a healthy and positive attitude, teamwork, and good sportsmanship. Coaching is a rewarding experience because you have the opportunity to build a child's self-esteem, help them learn new skills, and just have a lot of fun.

AYSO 1463 WELCOMES THE HELP! 
For more information on Coach Volunteer training, hit this link: VOLUNTEER TRAINING COURSES

  

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS

Important to Know

To volunteer as a Coach or an Assistant Coach:

  1. You must be registered as an AYSO volunteer for each and every season
  2. You must have completed Safe Haven training
  3. You must have Concussion training
  4. You must have Coach training for the age level that you wish to coach

Volunteer Application
Every volunteer (coach, referee, board member, team parent, etc.) must submit a Volunteer Application each year. They are delivered to AYSO National Headquarters for an annual background check, which screens for volunteers’ suitability to work with our participants.

How to create an account and register as a Volunteer

Safe Haven Training
All volunteers in must attend the Safe Haven course in person. All volunteers are required to complete this prior to receiving team contact information and prior to holding team practice, so please complete the course at your earliest convenience. Please check our Calendar for the next clinic or click on the AYSOU (tab above) to find classes offered at other regions nearby.

Concussion Awareness Class (online)
All coaches/referees are required to complete this short webinar. Please submit a Volunteer Application before accessing the short webinar. This is also recommended (not required) for Team Parents.

  1. Log into your Region 1463 account here at https://ayso.bluesombrero.com/region1463
  2. Click the Home tab (left)
  3. Click the AYSOU tab (top navigation) and click Login
  4. Click My Courses and choose CDC Concussion Course

Contact

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Coach Administrator: 

Josh Schwarz
[email protected]

National Partners

AYSO Region 1463 Sponsors

Contact Us

AYSO Region 1463

39520 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd., #219-96
Murrieta, California 92563

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 951-200-5638
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