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Play Pink in memory of Etta Silverstein

In memory of Jason's mom, Etta Silverstein, a breast cancer survicor,  our Region is fundraising to oufit all coaches in pink polos and referees in pink uniforms.  If you are interested in donating please click on the link below.  All donations in excess of $75 will have a receipt mailed.

Please reference "Etta" in the special instrucitons to seller.  

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Full Schedule is up

The Schedule for the season is up.  

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Player Safety

For safety reasons, Players are not allowed to wear any jewelry (even recently pierced ears), metal/plastic hair accessories or hats with a hard brim (ie baseball hats). Soft hair accessories, such as scrunchies and soft rubber bands are acceptable. NO EXCEPTIONS. Medical jewelery is permitted provided that it is taped and secure to the body. If your child wears glasses, an eyeglass holder/strap is required.

Games/Practices Schedule Info

For younger divisions (U5 and U6), children are in one large group (jamboree style) for an hour on Sunday mornings for 7 weeks.  

For older divisions (U8 and up) players are on a team and play games on Sundays and have a midweek practice as scheduled by his/her coach.   U12 generally play in Leonia.  U14s may play on a weeknight.  

Code of Conduct

As a parent, you play a special role in contributing to the needs and development of youngsters. Through your encouragement and good example, you can help all the boys and girls learn good sportsmanship and self-discipline. In AYSO, young people learn to work together, to sacrifice for the good of the team, to enjoy winning and deal appropriately with defeat - all while becoming physically fit and healthy. Best of all, they have fun. Remember the following principles:

  • *Support Your Child *- Help your child work toward skill improvement and good sportsmanship in every game. Teach your child that hard work and an honest effort are often more important than winning.
  • *Always Be Positive * - Applaud good plays by your child's team as well as good plays by the opposing team.
  • *Remember: Your Child Wants To Have Fun * - Remember that your child is the one playing soccer, not you. It's very important to let children establish their own goals - to play the game for themselves.
  • *Don't Be A Sideline Coach Or Referee * - AYSO coaches are usually parents just like you. They volunteer their time to help make your child's soccer experience a positive one. Youth referees are someone's child who is learning the responsibility of officiating just as the players are learning how to play. They need your support too.
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