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SERVING TEMECULA, MURRIETA, WILDOMAR, LAKE ELSINORE

Coach Administrator - Josh Schwarz


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

Josh Schwarz
[email protected]

Core Division Rules

This link takes you to Core Program information page which describes all of the criteria, rules and notes for each division at AYSO 1463. 

DIVISION NEWS, RULES & MORE

Fields Information

Link to the Fields available to AYSO 1463

AYSO 1463 PRACTICE & GAME FIELDS

UPCOMING TRAINING COURSES


COACH COURSE - 10U/12U DIVISIONS
From our Coach Administrator:
Josh Schwarz

[email protected] 

Our final set of Coach Courses is scheduled for Saturday, May 14th, 2022 and will be held at our home fields! It is for ALL Head and Assistant Coaches. 

Session: 10U/12U Division Course
Time: 3:30pm - 6:30pm

Important Notes: 
Please be sure to sign up for the 10U Course and also the 12U Course to get credit for both
10U has an online course to take prior to the onfield portion. 12U has its own online course. Both must be completed prior to 5/14. 
 
All courses are posted on eTrainU so make sure you get in there and enroll in these courses right away! 

NOTE: Hit the link below for instructions on how to sign up for the course on eTrainu. 
ETRAINU INSTRUCTIONS

A FEW ADDITIONAL NOTES

* Please wear appropriate coaching/soccer attire - you will need to actively participate in the on-field training!

* Bring pen and paper for taking notes, and I suggest bringing a chair.  

* Each coach should also bring their own ball for field work.

* Drinks and some light snacks will be provided (but feel free to bring your own if you like)

Address is: 
Warm Springs Fields via Torrey Pines Park
39455 Torrey Pines Rd.
Murrieta, CA 92563

- Please email Joshua Schwarz with any questions:  [email protected] 

***Keep in mind, that even if you’re coaching a younger age division, you can still attend this training (as long as your online prerequisites are met) and upgrade your coach certification!***

As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out anytime!

UK International Coach Seminars



COACH & TEAM TRAINING SESSIONS 
POWERED BY UK INTERNATIONAL SOCCER

Important FYIs and Information below: 

  • UKI Coaches will be having sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting March 22nd on Field #8
  • Sessions will continue until Tuesday, May 5th, which will be their last session of the season.
  • They will have 3 time slots for each day: 4:00-5:00pm, 5:00-6:00pm, and 6:00-7:00pm
  • Coach Thomas, from Wales, will be on our fields providing his expertise to all teams 
SIGN-UP SHEET LINK: CLICK HERE

  • All you have to do is sign up on the Google Sheet listed above and the UKI Coaches will reach out to you via email!
  • They will ask what you’d like to have the practice session focus on (passing, ball control, dribbling, etc.)
  • They will plan and run the session accordingly
  • Along with having them work with the players, they will also be helping the COACHES!  This is a great opportunity for ALL coaches to get some great knowledge to help you become more successful as a coach!!!
  • The Director of the UKI. program, Joe Bell, will be sending you all more detailed information very soon.  He will also be sending you information on how to access some fantastic online coaching resources for planning your sessions, drills and activities to run, etc.
  • Important Note: Please do not register for more than three sessions initially so we can give more teams who want to utilize this service the chance to do so. 
  • Be on the lookout for his email and in the meantime, let’s start getting your teams signed up on the Google Sheet!

Coach Orientation - Spring 2022

COACH ORIENTATION - SPRING SEASON 2022 
Date: February 15, 2022 
Lead: Josh Schwarz - Coach Administrator / Coach Instructor

Support: 
Carlos Torres - Volunteer Coordinator
Mauro Guevara - Referee Administrator 
Carrie Lopez -Safety Director
Jaime Bencia - Regional Commissioner

Video
For anyone who missed this orientation session, tap the image below to watch the recording via Youtube.

Tap this image to watch the video presentation
 


Coach Orientation Presentation
Tap the image below to view the Coach Orientation presentation. 

Tap this image to review the PDF presentation


Requirements for all Volunteers

Coach Certifications & Training 
Please tap the image below to head to the Volunteer Portal page for instructions on how to enroll and complete all needed Referee trainings and certifications. 


Coach Training Videos

COACHES - HOW TO FILL OUT/USE GAME CARDS
Carlos Torres, our Volunteer Coordinator, provides our Coaches with a rundown on how to properly fill out the Coach related portions of our Game Cards.



Hit the image above to view the video on Youtube

Resources

GAME CARDS
GAME CARD (8U-14U) 
GAME CARD (16U/19U)

PRACTICE TRAINING PLANS 

The following links provide coaches with information on drills and techniques that can be used on a week to week basis with your team!
SCHOOLYARD DIVISION 
6U COED DIVISION 
8U DIVISION 
10U DIVISION 
12U DIVISION

SCHOOLYARD DEVELOPMENT PLANS
WEEK 1 - 05/01/2021
WEEK 2 - 05/08/2021
WEEK 3 - 05/15/2021
WEEK 4 - 05/22/2021

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.

Skills Development Plans

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM TRAINING PLANS 
The following links provide coaches with information on drills and techniques that can be used on a week to week basis with your group during the Skills Development session!

Week #1
SCHOOLYARD
6U / 8U / 10U DIVISIONS
12U / 14U / 16U DIVISIONS

Week #2
6U / 8U / 10U DIVISIONS

Week #3 
SCHOOLYARD DIVISION
6U / 8U / 10U DIVISIONS
12U / 14U / 16U DIVISIONS

Week #4 
SCHOOLYARD DIVISION
6U / 8U / 10U DIVISIONS
12U / 14U / 16U DIVISIONS

Week #5
SCHOOLYARD DIVISION
6U / 8U DIVISIONS
10U DIVISIONS
12U / 14U / 16U DIVISIONS

Coach Instructor Related

(WEBINAR) E-TRAINU TRAINING - FOR COACH INSTRUCTORS 
A great presentation for Coach Instructors showcasing how to use the E-trainU system. Click the image below to get started. 

CONTENT

REFEREE ADMINISTRATOR - MAURO GUEVARA



If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Referee Administrator. 

Mauro Guevara 
 [email protected]

ROLE OF THE REFEREE

Keeping The Game Safe, Fair And Fun
Why should you become an AYSO Referee?  We need you.  We can't have games without referees. More importantly, it's rewarding and working with kids is great fun! The referee's job is to be the official in charge of the game. The ref is the independent arbiter and manager of the game. Their authority extends to everyone at the field, including players, substitutes, team officials, spectators, and even assistant referees.
 
The referee's No. 1 concern is to keep the game as safe as possible for the players. While there is risk in all sports, the referee is responsible for minimizing such risks from field conditions, equipment, spectators, and the players.
 
The referee is responsible for enforcing the Laws of the Game in such a way as to keep the game safe, fair and fun for everyone: the players, the coaches, the spectators and themselves. The referee interferes with the game as little as possible, avoiding making calls for doubtful and trifling offenses. Referees only make calls for offenses they are sure occurred.

We want our kids to continue to play, and they keep playing as long as it is fun. Referees learn that fun soccer varies from age group to age group of players.

BECOMING A REFEREE

To help Region 1463 to run smoothly, we need a referee staff. We are looking for enthusiastic people. Experience is not necessary; we just need you to volunteer some of your time. Training is available to both new and returning volunteers and we will help you further develop your referee skills. We are always in need of and welcome junior referees, who must be at least 12 years of age. Community service credit will be given to high school students who become referees. In order to become a regional (beginning level) referee, you must attend a free, one-day certification class. All referees must register as AYSO 1463 volunteers.

Requirements for becoming part of the referee staff:
1) Be available on Saturdays
2) Referee games when an assigned referee is unable to cover
3) Become familiar with the duties of a referee in order to answer questions and be able to identify others who can offer assistance
4) Work with the Referee Administrator to ensure that the kids are safe and having fun

AYSO 1463 holds Referee training courses on a regular basis. These courses are free, and open to everyone. Coaches, Asst. Coaches, Volunteers, Parents, and youth, 12yrs and older. Please spread the word to anyone you think may be interested in the Basic Referee Course. It is a great way to get a better understanding of the rules of the game! We encourage all of you to attend the class, especially if you are volunteering as a coach next Season. Division 10U and above require referee volunteers. We will be going over new rules regarding 8U games (i.e. throw-ins versus kick-ins) and 10U and 12U (build-out line)

REFEREE RESOURCES

ANNUAL REFEREE UPDATE 2021
Covers the latest rule updates for 2021/2022 via the National Referee Program

LAWS OF THE GAME 2021/22
Includes changes and updates to Glossary and Practical Guidelines
Update: 08/03/2021

CHANGES & CLARIFICATIONS 2020/2021
Referee related rules and changes for the 2020/2021 season

REFEREE LOTG SUMMARY SHEET
A quick overview of pre-game activities, restart information and more!

REFEREE REPORT 
If an incident occurs, whether it's an injury or misconduct related, a referee will need to fill out a Referee Report and turn this report to the Referee Administrator for review.  

GAME CARD (8U-14U) 
GAME CARD (16U/19U)

REFEREE CERTIFICATION DOCS
REFEREE CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 
REFEREE CERTIFICATION MATRIX

OTHER RESOURCES
OFFSIDE RELATED
FIELD EXERCISES 
LESSION PLAN 
OVERVIEW PRESENTATION 

YOUTH REFEREE PROGRAM

This link takes you the YOUTH REFEREE PROGRAM page. It provides information on how your child can get involved! 

YOUTH REFEREE PROGRAM

AYSO REFEREE CERTIFICATION LEVELS

Here is a brief description of the requirements for each Referee Certification Level. Contact our Referee Administrator (RRA) for more details:

8U Official
(minimum age 10)
Complete the 8U Official Course and pass the 8U Official Exam.

Regional Referee
(minimum age 12)
Complete the Regional Referee Course and pass the Regional Referee Exam.

Intermediate Referee
(minimum age 14)
Complete 25 games as referee with at least five in 12U games, complete the Intermediate Referee Course, pass the Intermediate Referee Exam and be (observed) mentored in a 12U game.

Advanced Referee
(minimum age 16)
Complete 50 games as referee with at least 10 in 14U and five as an assistant referee (in 14U), complete the Advanced Referee Course, pass the Advanced Referee Exam, pass one assessment as referee and one as assistant referee in a 14U match. Pass the AYSO Physical Fitness Test.

National Referee
(minimum age 18)
Complete 100 games as referee with at least 30 in 16U and 19U games and 25 as Assistant Referee with at least 10 in 19U, complete the National Referee Course, pass the National Referee Exam, pass two assessments as referee in 16U or 19U matches and one as assistant referee in a 19U match, complete the AYSO Physical Fitness Test.

UPCOMING REFEREE COURSES



REGIONAL REFEREE COMPANION COURSE (MURRIETA) - FINAL CHANCE!
AYSO 1463 Parents, Coaches and Volunteers. This is one FINAL opportunity to earn your much needed Referee certification.

Becoming a Referee and then refereeing matches is critical for acquiring much needed Volunteer points for your teams to enter our end-of-season Commissioner's Cup celebration. Please do everything you can to be a part of this course, receive your Referee credential, referee games and help our Region's teams enter the Cup! 

TO SIGN UP FOR THIS COURSE, FOLLOW THESE STEPS: 
Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator if you have any questions or need clarification: Carlos Torres - [email protected]

(1) You MUST submit a Referee Volunteer Application first on Sports Connect. In order to do so, log into your Sports Connect account and on the main dashboard select Volunteer. If you've already done this go ahead and skip to Step #3.

(2) On the "Volunteer" page, select the "FIND VOLUNTEER ROLES" button, select the REFEREE option, then fill in all required information. Once done, you'll have submitted a Referee app to AYSO 1463. 

Note: If you have not already done so, the moment you submit a volunteer application you should receive an email from Sterling Volunteers. This is the entity responsible for your required Background Check. Please fill out all requested information from Sterling and submit a background check. 

(3) Next - in order to access and complete the Referee Online certification (and all other required Safety certs) hit the link below and it will take you to our Volunteer Portal. In that portal are instructions on how to access eTrainU. Once you've accessed etrainU, return here. 
Open Volunteer Portal eTrainu Instructions

(4) Once logged into eTrainu, select the TRAINING LIBRARY button. 
(5) Select Refereering (View Courses)
(6) While inside the "Courses in Refereeing Page", Enroll in the Regional Referee - Online + In-Person Companion Course (2 Part Bundle). 
(7) Follow the instructions and complete the Online Referee course module. 
(8) Once complete, and once you've completed the needed Safety certs, you'll be ready for the On-field portion on Thursday, April 28th.

For more information, please contact the following personnel: 

Volunteer Coordinator: Carlos Torres - [email protected]
Referee Administrator: Mauro Guevara - [email protected]

REFEREE RELATED CERTIFICIATIONS

Referee Certifications & Training 
Please tap the image below to head to the Volunteer Portal page for instructions on how to enroll and complete all needed Referee trainings and certifications. 


REFEREE ASSIGNMENTS / SCHEDULES

REFEREE ASSIGNMENTS / SCHEDULE
Referee Scheduler: 
Jim Simpson -- [email protected]

Here are some logistics on how the schedule will be shared for you to volunteer. 

Each week on Sunday, we will open the spreadsheet for the following week's games for volunteering.  I will send out an email with a link to the schedule to let you know that this has been completed. 

Please follow all guidelines listed in the bullet points below as you sign up for games. 

I will monitor the sheet throughout the week to ensure fairness so everyone has an opportunity to get their volunteer points for their teams, and on Wednesday night, I will send another email reminder that we have moved to the open phase of signups. 

Depending on coverage, I may send out additional emails asking for help on Friday for any urgent needs as we approach the weekend.  I will try to keep the emails shorter each week than this first one that is more informational, but I will include the bullet points for you to follow each week. 

Thank you in advance for your patience and for all of your help as volunteers.

REFEREE SCHEDULE LINK


REFEREE SCHEDULING GUIDELINES 
Please adhere to the following guidelines from Sunday through Wednesday night: 

  • Volunteer Points Related: Center Referee will earn 2 points per game. Assistant Referee will earn 1 volunteer point per game.
  • 16U/19U Divisions Only: Only an Intermediate Referee or Above can serve as the center Referee 
  • 16U/19U Divisions Only: To act as an Assistant Referee, you must have two seasons of Refereeing experience.
  • Please try whenever possible to work with the Head Coach of your team(s) to sign up for games as a Ref Crew of 3 (Center + 2 AR), please avoid signing up for a single slot as this makes it more difficult for a team Ref Crew to sign up for a match
  •  Until Thursday, please only sign up for 1 game to allow volunteers from other teams the chance to sign up and earn volunteer points (exception to this rule is if you have two children on different teams and you are part of 2 different Ref Crews)
  •  Remember that you cannot referee games in the same division as your child's team (ie. your child plays on a 12U Boys team, you cannot referee another 12U Boys match).  Any exception to this rule must be approved by Ref Admin and RC for emergency coverage.
  • Starting Thursday morning, the sheet will become "open sign up" and you may sign up as an individual or as a full Ref Crew for any open slots
  • After Friday at 4:00 pm, PLEASE DO NOT go to the sheet and remove yourself from a match you have volunteered for.  In instances of late conflicts, illnesses, etc., please work to find your own coverage if possible AND email the three email addresses below so that we can make sure all the matches are covered.

REFEREE MENTORSHIP & DEVELOPMENT



The Referee Mentorship and Development Program is charged with creating an environment and process where referees are assisted in developing their knowledge and skills to contribute to a safe, fair, and enjoyable soccer experience for our many teams and our special fans.

For more information on the program tap the banner above. 

8U DIVISION REFEREE UPDATES



AYSO 1463 will be enlisting the help of Referees for the 8U Division. 
For more information on the program tap the banner above. 

REFEREE TRAINING VIDEOS

REFEREE SIGNALS 
US Soccer-produced video on referee signal technique

Hit the image above to view the video on Youtube

ASSISTANT REFEREE SIGNALS
US Soccer-produced video on assistant referee signal technique


Hit the image above to view the video on Youtube

BUILD OUT LINE OVERVIEW
A brief vide providing everyone with an overview of the 10U Build-out line. 



REFEREE - HOW TO FILL OUT/USE GAME CARDS
Carlos Torres, our Volunteer Coordinator, provides our Referees with a rundown on how to properly fill out the Referee portions of our Game Cards.


Hit the image above to view the video on Youtube

REFEREE EXPO APRIL 2021

COURSE 506 - 14U and Over Fouls & Misconduct
A great presentation showcasing various fouls and misconduct scenarios along with conversations from attendees on what the correct calls are and the reasons why.  


Hit the image above to view the video seminar


COURSE 517 - Offside Review
A seminar discussing the topic of Offside with various video examples provided to help visualize the concept. 


Hit the image above to view the video seminar

REFEREE GUIDELINES

High-Level Guidelines for All Referees

Know the accepted mechanics, signals, and procedures for Referees and Assistant
Youtube is your friend. Here is a video on Referee signals from the Ken Aston Referee Society. 

Referee Signals

* Arrive to the field at Least 20 minutes prior to kick off

* Be professional and approachable yet confident and firm

* Be properly attired with only AYSO approved Referee uniform with socks pulled up & a wristwatch with chronograph capability (timer)

* Take charge but do not dictate

* Always start the game on time


The Referee and ARs should work as a team and never disagree publicly. This one's important for newer Referees. If you're an AR in the match and you'll feel strongly on a call, please do not disagree with the Center Referee at the time of the call. The Center Referee makes the final call at the end of day. Concerns can be brought up as a team during quarter breaks or at the end of a game. 

/// Use sunscreen & maintain hydration before, during half, and after the game

/// Inspect the Field – Goals must be anchored or the game cannot be played

/// Check in the players 10 minutes prior to kick off

/// Introduce yourself to the coaches, be respectful, courteous, and professional

/// Referee should have a pre-game conference with his Assistant Referees

/// Referees (Center) should help mentor new ARS.  Remember that you were a rookie at some point too!

/// Referees should be running, ARs should be running

/// Be decisive and control the game.  Even in 6U/8U.  Tell the players when their behavior is unacceptable.

Coaches should be positive, instructional, and encouraging ONLY.  Be proactive with coaches and let them know that Public, Persistent, Provocative, or Personal actions or words towards any officials will not be tolerated. Ask them to stop. Tell them to stop.

Head Coaches can be cautioned with a Yellow Card. If the Head Coach receives a two cautions or a send-off (Red Card), the Coach will be ejected from the game. In this scenario, the Assistant coach takes over (unless he or she is the one ejected). Contact the RRA for help with a report.

Ask the coach to control problem spectators/parents.  If he or she is unable or unwilling to control parents that are crossing the line, cautions or a send-off will be the end result. Contact the RRA to file a report

Learn from experienced Referees.  Mentoring and peer review is part of soccer officiating.  

Referee Report 
If an incident occurs, whether it's an injury or misconduct related, a referee will need to fill out a Referee Report and turn this report to the Referee Administrator for review. 

Referee Report Document

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS

Volunteer Application
Every volunteer (coach, referee, board member, team parent, etc.) must submit a Volunteer Application each year through our Sports Connect portal.  The application is delivered to AYSO National Headquarters for an annual background check, which screens for volunteers’ suitability to work with our participants.  These background checks will be performed by a contracted 3rd party vendor, Sterling. Once the results of the background check are received by National and by Region 1463, the volunteer will be evaluated for the volunteer positions selected.  

Training Requirements
In addition to the annual Volunteer Application and Background Check, there are certain training requirements that must be completed by all volunteers. 

1) Safe Haven 
All volunteers must complete the AYSO Safe Haven course before they are allowed to participate in any region activities.  This course can be completed online through AYSO's learning platform, AYSOU, under the "Online Courses" tab. 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.

2) CDC Concussion Awareness
The Concussion Awareness training can be completed online through the AYSOU platform.  Once you have successfully completed the course, your certification record will be updated.

3) Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) 
The Sudden Cardiac Arrest training can be completed online through the AYSOU platform. Once you have successfully completed the course, your certification record will be updated. 

To access the online courses, please follow the below steps:

  1. Login to your Sports Connect account from the Region 1463 home page by clicking the Login button
  2. Click the Home tab (left)
  3. Click the AYSOU tab and click Login (no password should be required)
  4. Click Online Courses and choose your desired courses.
If you have any questions on this process, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Carlos Torres at [email protected]

REFEREE INSTRUCTOR RELATED

(WEBINAR) E-TRAINU TRAINING - FOR REFEREE INSTRUCTORS
A great presentation for Referee Instructors showcasing how to use the new E-trainU system. Click the image below to get started. 

National Partners

AYSO Region 1463 Sponsors

Contact Us

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37084 Ascella Lane 
Murrieta, California 92563

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 951-290-2721
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