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Volunteer Coordinator - Carlos Torres


If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Volunteer Coordinator

Carlos Torres
[email protected]

Volunteer Point Program Overview

VOLUNTEER POINT SYSTEM
FALL 2021 SEASON

The Volunteer Point system was created by our region with the goal of increasing the level of participation from our soccer community to further develop the program.

8U / 10U / 12U DIVISIONS
There is a minimum requirement for each team to qualify for the exciting end-of-season Commissioner’s Cup Tournament in Murrieta

14U, 16U, 19U DIVISIONS
There is a minimum requirement for each team to be allowed to play in the end-of-season AYSO Area 1R Playoffs in November (16U/19U) and December (14U). Location TBD. 

Volunteer Pts Tracking

VOLUNTEER POINTS TRACKING
Volunteer points will be updated on a weekly basis by no later than Tuesday Night. Spreadsheet below tracks your Volunteer Point Totals from week to week.

VOLUNTEER POINT TRACKING SHEET

Commissioner's Cup - 8U/10U/12U Divisions


WHAT IS THE COMMISSIONER’S CUP? (8U-12U DIVISIONS ONLY)

The Commissioner’s Cup is our region’s end of the Fall Season single elimination tournament for the 8U-12U Divisions. The winner of this tournament will be declared the Tournament Champion for their division and earn their Commissioner’s Cup First place medal.

Note: 10U/12U Divisions

For the 10U and 12U Divisions, the Commissioner’s Cup Champion will earn a spot in the
AYSO Area 1R Playoffs which happens in December 2021.


HOW TO QUALIFY FOR THE COMMISSIONER'S CUP 

To Qualify for the Commissioner’s Cup you must complete all required Volunteer Points Per Division

Commissioner’s Cup – Single Elimination Tournament is for 8U – 12U Divisions only

▪  Commissioner’s Cup participation will be based on completing required number of Volunteer Points.  Once admitted into the tournament via reaching their Volunteer Points requirement, a team’s bracket placement is based on their win/loss record.

▪  In the event of a tie in win/loss record bracket placement we will use the total number of volunteer points to break the tie.

▪  If a team does not meet their volunteer points requirement…the team is not entered into the tournament.

▪  Volunteer points become final for that week by the following Saturday. No adjustments will be made to current volunteer points after the 1st week adjustment period has ended.
(From Saturday to the next Saturday)


Volunteer Points Tracking

Volunteer points will be updated on a weekly basis by no later than Tuesday Night. Spreadsheet will be created so you can track your Volunteer Point Totals from week to week. It will be updated and posted on our AYSO 1463 website for viewing purposes.

Area 1R Playoffs - 10U/12U/14U/16U/19U


WHAT ARE THE AYSO AREA 1R PLAYOFFS?

For teams in the 10U-19U division one team per division, who is declared the division Champion, will be entered in the Area 1R Playoffs where teams from all throughout Riverside County will square off in a Round Robin style tournament. The winner of this Tournament is declared the Area 1R Champion and moves on to the Section 1 Tournament in 2022.

Note for the 14U Division
The 14U Division will interleague with various Area 1R teams (no Murrieta Commissioner’s Cup). The 14U team with the best end-of-season record will earn a spot to the AYSO Area 1R Playoffs which happens in December 2021. If the team happens to be a Region 1463 Murrieta team, this team will need to have satisfied all required volunteer points to be allowed to attend the Area 1R Playoffs.


Note for the 16U/19U Divisions
The 16U and 19U Divisions will interleague with various Area 1R teams (no Murrieta Commissioner’s Cup). The team with the best end-of-season record will earn a spot to the AYSO Area 1R Playoffs which happens in November 2021. If the team happens to be a Region 1463 Murrieta team, this team will need to have satisfied all required volunteer points to be allowed to attend the Area 1R Playoffs.

Volunteer Points Requirements

VOLUNTEER POINT REQUIREMENTS

Requirements consist of referee(s) responsibilities, coach certifications, player evaluations, good sportsmanship pts., tent duty points and other miscellaneous volunteer responsibilities.

As a reminder to our Region 1463 Members, AYSO is 100% run by volunteers, which includes our Board Member staff. The more volunteers we can engage, the more beneficial it will be for our kids/region.

Volunteer Points Requirements - 8U DIvision

8U DIVISION VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS 
Requirements must be satisfied to Qualify for the Commissioner's Cup. 




Besides the Required Volunteer Points here are other areas you can earn volunteer points:

 Completing these assignments will earn “Miscellaneous points.”

◻                  Head Coach/Asst. Coach attend Coaches Meeting – 3 pts

◻                  Attend Coaches Meet and Greet  – 3 pts

◻                  Asst. Coach Certified or Team Manager Certified – 5 pts as stated above

◻                  Head Coach Upgrade Certification Next Level – 5 pts

◻                  Upgrade Referee certification level – 5pts

◻                  Tent Duty*** – 1-hour time commitment – 1 pt. per volunteer

◻                  Pictures of the Week - 4 Pictures of 3 different games in a week - 2 pts per set of 3 games

◻                  Friday Activities - Line the Fields, fill gopher holes, Set-up Goals – 2 pts per volunteer

Note: Volunteer Point Deductions

Teams can lose points if their volunteers do not set up one side of the field if you are 1st game of the day or if you don’t tear down one side of the field if they are last game of the day.

 <-2 pts per Incident>

VIDEO OVERVIEW

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Volunteer Points Requirements - 10U Division

10U DIVISION VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS 
Requirements must be satisfied to Qualify for the Commissioner's Cup. 



*Important Note: Each team must have a Referee Crew of 3 volunteers to participate in Commissioner’s Cup. The crew can be made up of Coaches, Team Manager or Volunteer Parents.

Besides the Required Volunteer Points here are other areas you can earn volunteer points:

 Completing these assignments will earn “Miscellaneous points.”

◻                  Head Coach/Asst. Coach attend Coaches Meeting – 3 pts

◻                  Attend Coaches Meet and Greet  – 3 pts

◻                  Asst. Coach Certified or Team Manager Certified – 5 pts as stated above

◻                  Head Coach Upgrade Certification Next Level – 5 pts

◻                  Upgrade Referee certification level – 5pts

◻                  Tent Duty*** – 1-hour time commitment – 1 pt. per volunteer

◻                  Pictures of the Week - 4 Pictures of 3 different games in a week - 2 pts per set of 3 games

◻                  Friday Activities - Line the Fields, fill gopher holes, Set-up Goals – 2 pts per volunteer

Note: Volunteer Point Deductions

You can lose points if you don’t set up field if you are 1st game of day or if you don’t tear down field if you are last game of the day.  <-2 pts. Per Incident> 

Volunteer Points Tracking

Spreadsheet has been created so you can track your Volunteer Point Totals from week to week. It will be updated and posted on the AYSO 1463 website for viewing purposes.

VIDEO OVERVIEW

Tap the image above to play the video

VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS - 12U DIVISION

12U DIVISION VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS 
Requirements must be satisfied to Qualify for the Commissioner's Cup. 



*Important Note: Each team must have a Referee Crew of 3 volunteers to participate in Commissioner’s Cup. The crew can be made up of Coaches, Team Manager or Volunteer Parents.

Besides the Required Volunteer Points here are other areas you can earn volunteer points:

 Completing these assignments will earn “Miscellaneous points.”

◻                  Head Coach/Asst. Coach attend Coaches Meeting – 3 pts

◻                  Attend Coaches Meet and Greet  – 3 pts

◻                  Asst. Coach Certified or Team Manager Certified – 5 pts as stated above

◻                  Head Coach Upgrade Certification Next Level – 5 pts

◻                  Upgrade Referee certification level – 5pts

◻                  Tent Duty*** – 1-hour time commitment – 1 pt. per volunteer

◻                  Pictures of the Week - 4 Pictures of 3 different games in a week - 2 pts per set of 3 games

◻                  Friday Activities - Line the Fields, fill gopher holes, Set-up Goals – 2 pts per volunteer  


Note: Volunteer Point Deductions

You can lose points if you don’t set up field if you are 1st game of day or if you don’t tear down field if you are last game of the day.  <-2 pts. Per Incident>

VIDEO OVERVIEW


Tap the image above to play the video

VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS - 14U DIVISION

14U DIVISION VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS 
Requirements must be satisfied to Qualify for Area 1R Playoffs. 



*Important Note: Each team must have a Referee Crew of 3 volunteers to participate in Commissioner’s Cup. The crew can be made up of Coaches, Team Manager or Volunteer Parents.

Besides the Required Volunteer Points here are other areas you can earn volunteer points:

 Completing these assignments will earn “Miscellaneous points.”

◻                  Head Coach/Asst. Coach attend Coaches Meeting – 3 pts

◻                  Attend Coaches Meet and Greet  – 3 pts

◻                  Asst. Coach Certified or Team Manager Certified – 5 pts as stated above

◻                  Head Coach Upgrade Certification Next Level – 5 pts

◻                  Upgrade Referee certification level – 5pts

◻                  Tent Duty*** – 1-hour time commitment – 1 pt. per volunteer

◻                  Pictures of the Week - 4 Pictures of 3 different games in a week - 2 pts per set of 3 games

◻                  Friday Activities - Line the Fields, fill gopher holes, Set-up Goals – 2 pts per volunteer 

Note: Volunteer Point Deductions

You can lose points if you don’t set up field if you are 1st game of day or if you don’t tear down field if you are last game of the day.  <-2 pts. Per Incident>

VIDEO OVERVIEW

Tap the image above to play the video

VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS - 16U DIVISION

16U DIVISION VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS 
Requirements must be satisfied to Qualify for Area 1R Playoffs. 



*Important Note: Each team must have a Referee Crew of 3 volunteers to participate in Commissioner’s Cup. The crew can be made up of Coaches, Team Manager or Volunteer Parents.


Besides the Required Volunteer Points here are other areas you can earn volunteer points:

 Completing these assignments will earn “Miscellaneous points.”

◻                  Head Coach/Asst. Coach attend Coaches Meeting – 3 pts

◻                  Attend Coaches Meet and Greet  – 3 pts

◻                  Asst. Coach Certified or Team Manager Certified – 5 pts as stated above

◻                  Head Coach Upgrade Certification Next Level – 5 pts

◻                  Upgrade Referee certification level – 5pts

◻                  Tent Duty*** – 1-hour time commitment – 1 pt. per volunteer

◻                  Pictures of the Week - 4 Pictures of 3 different games in a week - 2 pts per set of 3 games

◻                  Friday Activities - Line the Fields, fill gopher holes, Set-up Goals – 2 pts per volunteer 

Note: Volunteer Point Deductions

You can lose points if you don’t set up field if you are 1st game of day or if you don’t tear down field if you are last game of the day.  <-2 pts. Per Incident>

VIDEO OVERVIEW

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VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS - 19U DIVISION

19U DIVISION VOLUNTEER POINTS REQUIREMENTS 
Requirements must be satisfied to Qualify for Area 1R Playoffs. 



*Important Note: Each team must have a Referee Crew of 3 volunteers to participate in Commissioner’s Cup. The crew can be made up of Coaches, Team Manager or Volunteer Parents.

Besides the Required Volunteer Points here are other areas you can earn volunteer points:

 Completing these assignments will earn “Miscellaneous points.”

◻                  Head Coach/Asst. Coach attend Coaches Meeting – 3 pts

◻                  Attend Coaches Meet and Greet  – 3 pts

◻                  Asst. Coach Certified or Team Manager Certified – 5 pts as stated above

◻                  Head Coach Upgrade Certification Next Level – 5 pts

◻                  Upgrade Referee certification level – 5pts

◻                  Tent Duty*** – 1-hour time commitment – 1 pt. per volunteer

◻                  Pictures of the Week - 4 Pictures of 3 different games in a week - 2 pts per set of 3 games

◻                  Friday Activities - Line the Fields, fill gopher holes, Set-up Goals – 2 pts per volunteer 

Note: Volunteer Point Deductions

You can lose points if you don’t set up field if you are 1st game of day or if you don’t tear down field if you are last game of the day.  <-2 pts. Per Incident>

VIDEO OVERVIEW

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Additional Duty Information

TENT DUTIES - REF TENT DUTIES

● 
 Provide water for referees

●   Provide equipment for referees

●  Provide/sign off soccer balls to coaches

●  Provide info to parents guardians

●  Keep Fields free of trash

●   Provide Pins to Coaches - sign off sheets

●   Provide Ref Cards to coaches

●   Verify Ref Cards are filled out correctly

●   Take Pictures of games - minimum 3 games (4 per game)

●    Provide Contact Info for volunteers

●    Provide Game Time Information

●    Help put equipment away - closing

●    Help set up tents - opening


FIELD LINING DUTIES

●  Help Line/Paint Fields - there are 6 fields

●   Fill gopher holes - there are 6 fields

●   Set up goals on fields - no nets - just the goals


5 Goal Rule 

The intent of the 5 goal rule is to prevent a team from blowing out another team if the game/match becomes unbalanced.

●   Attempts must be made to not exceed a 5 goal differential.

●   Coach must change up players to slow down scoring. Offense to defense, defense to offense.

●   Have players pass several times before scoring.

●   Have players practice using non-dominant foot.

●   Scoring attempts to be made from outside penalty area.

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AYSO Region 1463 - Temecula / Murrieta

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

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