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All-Stars

ALL-STAR PROGRAM

To register, please log into your player's account on www.AYSO214.org to apply to the All-Star Program and be placed on the voting lists.  The final date for All-Star consideration is the November 1st. Attending All-Star Tryouts is HIGHLY recommended for consideration.  

 
What is the All-Stars Program?
All-Stars is a separate additional traveling season of competitive soccer organized and run by Area 1C for players who have demonstrated excellence in soccer skills and enthusiasm and commitment to improve their skills.  Teams play an intense schedule with games on Saturdays and Sundays from January through the first weekend in March.

  • There are tryouts and NOT all players who tryout for the All Star program will be selected onto a team.
  • Many players in the region are NOT selected to an All-Star team.
  • Those players that are selected to an All-Star Team  are expected to make all practices and games as there is an attendance requirement for all players in order to play in the All-Star Playoffs.
  • The number of All-Star teams formed is often limited by the number of qualified parents who volunteer to referee and coach. Players whose parents volunteer to referee or coach during the All-Star Season will be given priority.

The league schedule competition includes teams from all Area 1C Regions and games may be held in ANY of these locations:

  • Arcadia (2)
  • Pasadena (13)
  • San Gabriel (40)
  • Alhambra (60)
  • Glendale (88)
  • Temple City (98)
  • South Pasadena and San Marino (214)
  • South El Monte (908)
  • Boyle Heights (1304)

There are three levels of All-Star play – Section, Area and Regional:

  • Section All-Stars is designed primarily for players who are in the “older” birthday year for each division.  Each region may enter one team in Area 1C’s Section All Stars program in each of the boys and girls, U10, U12 & U14 divisions.   
  • Area All-Stars is designed primarily for players who are in the “younger” birthday year for each division.  Each Region may one team in Area 1C’s Area All Stars program in each of the boys and girls, U10, U12 & U14 divisions.
  • Regional All-Stars is designed to further the development of players in both the "younger" and the "older" age groups who have demonstrated excellent soccer skills and enthusiasm. A minimum number of youngers is required on each team.  Each Region may enter as many teams as it can support with qualified referees and coaches.

What are the All Star rules?
All-Star rules are governed by Area 1C and can be found at www.ayso1c.org, or by clicking here.

Who can participate?
To be eligible for the All-Star program, interested players MUST:

  1. Be in good financial standing with the Region.
  2. Have played in the Fall Core Program in 10U, 12U and 14U Divisions.
  3. Have played the required minimum (3/4 of the game) in 80% of the games on a Core Fall Season team.
  4. Attend an Optional Try-Out Session for their Division. No Make-Up Tryout Sessions will be held. 
  5. Register in the player's account at www.AYSO214.org in the Tryout Program for All-Stars. Make sure to hit Checkout for $0 and receive a confirmation that you registered. This is MANDATORY to be placed on the All-Star Voting Lists.
  6. Upload a current player headshot (full face, no sunglasses or hats) in the Player's Account at www.ayso214.org.
Are there MANDATORY Tryouts?
Tryouts are HIGHLY recommended, and held in each division so that coaches may see players who are not on their regular season team. This is an opportunity for the player to showcase their skills.
Tryout dates will be posted on the website and communicated to all players.
There will be no make-up tryout sessions and players who do not attend may limit their opportunities if coaches feel they do not know enough about the player.

When and where are All-Star Tryouts?

Sunday, October 20th  ARROYO NORTH FIELD

MAIN TRYOUTS - BOYS Under 10
-8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. – Youngers born in 2011
-10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. – Olders born in 2010

MAIN TRYOUTS - GIRLS Under 10
-12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. – Youngers born in 2011
-1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. – Older born in 2010

***MAKE-UP ONLY IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE MAIN TRYOUT 10/27***
BOYS Under 12  
-3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – 2009 Youngers & 2008 Olders TOGETHER

Sunday, October 20th ARROYO SOUTH FIELD

***MAKE-UP ONLY IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE MAIN TRYOUT 10/27***
BOYS & GIRLS Under 14
-1:00 p.m. - 2:30 pm born in 2007 and 2006

***MAKE-UP ONLY IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE MAIN TRYOUT 10/27***
GIRLS Under 12
-3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Youngers born in 2009 & Olders born in 2008

Sunday, October 27th  ARROYO NORTH FIELD 

***MAKE-UP ONLY IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE MAIN TRYOUT 10/20***
BOYS & GIRLS Under 10          
-8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. – Youngers born in 2011 & Olders born in 2010

MAIN TRYOUTS – BOYS Under 12
-10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. – Youngers born in 2009
-11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. – Olders born in 2008

MAIN TRYOUTS – BOYS Under 14 born in 2007 & 2006
- 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 pm

MAIN TRYOUTS – GIRLS Under 12  
-10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. – Youngers born in 2009
-11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. – Olders born in 2008

MAIN TRYOUTS – GIRLS Under 14 born in 2007 & 2006
-1:00 p.m. - 3:00 pm 

How are players selected for teams?
The number of All-Star teams formed in a division is often limited by the number of parents who volunteer to referee and coach.  Players whose parents volunteer to referee or coach during the All-Star season will be given priority. To be formed, All-Star teams require one Head Coach, two to three (2-3) Referees and one Team Manager on each team.

All-Star players are selected to teams at the All-Star Selection Meeting open to regular fall season Head Coaches. Players are placed on the voting lists by registering for the Tryout All-Star Program at www.ayso214.org. Coaches will vote for players to be selected to an All-Star team based on their observations during the tryouts, observations during regular season and Turkey Tournament play and recommendations made during the All-Star Selection Meeting.

What is the Schedule?

  • All-Star teams have weeknight practices 1 or 2 times a week which can start as early as mid-December.
  • All-Star teams have games every Saturday and Sunday from January through early March. There may also be weeknight games.

Those players that are selected to an All-Star Team are expected to make all practices and games as there is an attendance requirement for all players in order to play in the All-Star Playoffs.

What is the Cost?
The cost per player is $195, which includes a uniform and a sweatshirt. A player will be offered a spot on a team and will have 48 hours to accept the spot through www.ayso214.org.  Scholarships may be available upon request, but must be requested PRIOR to tryouts.

When will Registration be Available?
Registration is available in early October.
To register for the All-Star program, log into your player's www.AYSO214.org account and click on the Green "New Program Available". Follow the Prompts for the All-Star Program including Checkout for "$0.

All-Stars is a completely new and separate season.  All volunteer positions are needed and volunteers may need to show flexibility in the volunteer positions they will be undertaking. For example, an individual may have been a Coach during the regular season, but will be asked to perform field maintenance during the All-Star Season. Parents will apply for volunteer positions during the tryouts and will confirm their volunteer positions prior to the player's selection to an All-Star Team.

Coaches, team managers, referees, assistant referees, field maintenance and administrative volunteers are needed.  It cannot happen without your help and commitment!

How do I apply to Coach? Referee? be a Team Manager?
Volunteers should apply to the roles they desire during the Registration Process for their child. Volunteers should apply to as many roles as they are able to perform to allow the greatest opportunity for the player.
In particular, qualified and appropriately badged Center Referees are always needed in every division.
Final volunteer assignment will be determined during the All-Star Selection process.

What are the All Star Coach Requirements?
Coaches must have the following qualifications:

  • Coach Certification at the level they are coaching AND one level above. (e.g., a 12U All Star Coach will hold 12U Certification AND Intermediate Coach Certification)
  • Regional Referee Certification.
Coaches interested in coaching during the All-Star Season should attend the entire tryout session for their division.


What are the All-Star Referee Requirements?
Each team must have 1-2 Parent Referees as noted below:

Division Section / Area
Regional
 10U 1 AR
1 Center Referee, 1 AR
 12U 1 AR
1 Center Referee (Intermediate), 1 AR
 14U 1 (Intermediate+) AR
 Not Applicable

In addition, the Region must provide a pre-specified number of Advanced / National Referees to support their teams.

When will my player hear?
Players will be notified of team placement in December.
Team formation is performed on a rolling basis and some players may hear as early as December 1st.
All players will be informed of their status by December 15th.


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