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Fall Core Program

Fall Core Program

The Fall season is the primary program for Region 214 soccer. Approximately 2,200 players ranging from 4 to 18 years of age play on over 220 teams in 10-11 matches from late August through November each year, including playoffs for older divisions (specific dates vary by year.) The majority of our players live in South Pasadena and San Marino, but players from nearby cities are welcome as registration is open to all players.

  • All players are part of balanced teams and we require new players in upper divisions to attend a player evaluation session.
  • All players play 3/4 of each game attended, except in rare cases where team size allows only 1/2.

WALK-UP REGISTRATION

If you need assistance with online registration, then please come to our walk up registration on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30 - 11:30 am TENTATIVELY AT Arroyo Vista Elementary School, 335 El Centro St, South Pasadena, CA 91030.  We will also do birth certificate verifications and ID checks for volunteers. 

Fall Schedule

Here are the schedule guidelines (This should give you a general idea. Details will be released in August).  

  • Registration March to the beginning of June (We try to take late signups, if we have space).
  • Team Formation is July and August
  • Match Schedules built in Late August
  • Matches start Saturday After Labor Day
  • Matches are mostly on Saturdays (Some of the older players will have a few Sunday matches).
  • Practices are on Saturday Players 5 years and younger
  • Practices are one night a week for players 6 and older
  • Season ends 2nd Saturday in November for players 7 and younger
  • Season ends 3rd Saturday in November for players 8 and older
  • All our matches are complete by Thanksgiving. Division winners 8 - 14 yrs will play in an Area Championship in December
  • Picture day moves around a bit but is typically the 2nd or 3rd Sunday after the season starts.

If you have a practice conflict we will work with you to find a slot to practice with another team. Contact you Coach and Coach Admin to get help.

Fees and registration

  • In 2019, Fall Registration Fee is $190.00.
  • Included in the Fall Registration Fee is the Annual AYSO Player Membership Fee of $20.00. 
  • Early bird rates, will be $175.00 throughout March and also includes the Annual AYSO Player Membership Fee.

Financial scholarships are available.  Go to Programs - > Online Forms to request a scholarship.

Our goal is to complete most registrations online. In some cases we will need to meet with you before we can register your player. In the following situations we will require you to meet with us at one of the registration events:

  • We need to verify your players Date of Birth (DOB)
  • We need to verify a volunteer

NOTE: The fall season is a Open Registration and we will try to place every applicant on a team, unfortunately in some situations we will not be able to place players due to a lack of volunteers. Team formation requires Coaches, Referees and Team Parents, players will be turned away if we do not have sufficient volunteers. Consider volunteering in one of these key roles, training is available.

Your Registration Check List:

  1. Completed Player Registration at www.ayso214.org -> Register Now
  2. If requested meet with Registrar to verify DOB
  3. Received confirmation player is registered
  4. Upload a current player headshot (full face, no sunglasses or hats) in the Player's Account at www.ayso214.org.

Frequently Asked Questions...

What division will my child play in?

As of the 2019 season, players will be placed in divisions by birth year. In some younger divisions these divisions are single year groups, in older divisions, two birth years are combined.  We do not deviate from birth year for the Fall Core Program.

 

What if my child can't attend their team's practice time?

As an all volunteer organization, only the coach determines the team's practice time. If you can't coach, options for parents whose children are unable to attend their team's regular practice are:

  1. Practice with another team and play games with your assigned team. The Region can guide you to a practice that may fit your schedule.
  2. Not attend practices, but play games with your assigned team.
  3. Drop to the waitlist and wait for a spot to open on another team. And while our goal is to place every child who registers, competitive balance is the first consideration when filling those openings, and your player is not guaranteed placement.

Can I choose my child's teammates?

Balanced teams is a core philosophy of the AYSO program.  AYSO does not take player requests.  We are all volunteers and we attempt to be accomodating, however, our first commitment is to creating a fun, safe and fair environment with balanced teams.   

What if my child no longer wants to play?

Refund requests must be made by submitting the online refund request form.

Full refunds for any reason will be issued for requests made before June 15th.

What if I want to pay with cash?

You will need to contact us at [email protected]

What if I want to pay with a check?

You will need to contact us at [email protected]

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AYSO Region 214 South Pasadena and San Marino

PO Box 214 
South Pasadena, California 91030

Email Us: [email protected]
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