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Fall programs

The fall programs include the core programs U4 to U19, Graduation Series for U8, All-Stars for U10-U14 and Extra for U9 through U14. 

Additional Information on fall programs

U4 and U5 Playground and Schoolyard Jamboree

What is the Jamboree?
U-5 Jamboree, provides young players and their parents with a “pressure free” introduction to the beautiful and simple game of soccer. U-5 Players will start by playing simple, fun activities and games that require little to no practice, and a minimal time commitment. 
Each session will consist of 45 minutes of warm up and skills followed by 30 minutes of game time. During the games, each team plays with just 3 players per side to give players the maximum touches of the ball, and the most interaction. No scores or standings are kept and the activities are kept “pressure-free” and fun!
Each player will have a parent (or other adult) with them on the field during the warm up and practice and cheering them on during the games.

Although it is a season long program, we call it a "Jamboree" because each week is one hour of pure fun and games. No pressure. No score. No yelling. Just fun, fun, and more fun!

For parents, this is a great way to spend extra time with your child and help them work on their social and physical development, as well as learning about soccer.

Who can Participate?
Boys and girls who are 3 years old on July 31st of the year of the Fall Season.

The Jamboree runs the same dates as the Fall Regular season starting in early September and finishing in late November before Thanksgiving.
Practices and games with both be held on Saturday mornings during a 75 minute session. Each session consists of 45 minutes of warm up and skills followed by 30 minutes of game time.

Same as Fall Registration.

See Fall Registration

Upper Division
What is the Upper Division Program?

The AYSO Area 1-C Upper Division Program has boys and girls teams in the U16 and U19 age groups. Each region may field one or more teams in each division and all play is inter-regional.

Who can participate?
Boys and girls who are 14 or 15 (U16) and 16,17, or 18 (U19) on July 31st before the fall season begins.  Players who will be entering high school and will be playing on their high school team, but have not yet turned 14 by July 31st may be moved up to the U16 division to avoid CIF conflict with the high school soccer season.

Games are played in September, October and early November with the season concluding before the start of the high school soccer season.  Each team will practice once a week on a weeknight for 90 minutes.  Games are typically held on Sundays and weeknights across the AYSO 1C Area (West San Gabriel Valley).

Same as Fall Registration.


See Fall Registration in the Programs menu.

VIP Program (Very Important Players)

What is the VIP Program?

The AYSO VIP Program provides a quality soccer experience for children whose physical or mental abilities make it difficult to successfully participate on mainstream teams. These players are Very Important Players (VIP) in AYSO. We recognize that all people need to feel a sense of belonging and acceptance. The VIP Program offers that acceptance and carries the philosophy Everyone Plays to a new heights - giving everyone a chance to play.

The VIP Program has been structured to integrate our players into the rest of AYSO by providing a soccer season and in some cases, using “buddies”-able bodied helpers- to assist the players who need assistance both on and off the field. Our goals for every participating player are:

  • Have fun with soccer
  • Understand the fundamentals of the game
  • Learn teamwork and sportsmanship
  • Increase positive self-esteem
  • Become more physically fit
  • Meet and be comfortable with new people

Who can participate?
Any child whose physical or mental abilities make it difficult to successfully participate on a mainstream team. VIP teams may include:

  • Blind or visually impaired
  • Amputees or with conditions that impair mobility
  • Mentally or emotionally challenged
  • Autism
  • Down Syndrome
  • Cerebral Palsy

The season runs from early September to mid November and is concurrent with the Fall Regular Season.  Practices and games are held on Sunday afternoons for 1 hour.  The team may travel to nearby regions for games on Sunday afternoons.

All VIP players in Region 214 receive a full scholarship so there is no cost.  Players receive a uniform, pictures and an end of season trophy.

Players are pre-registered online at starting in March for the upcoming fall season.  Please be sure to select VIP on the player form and contact our VIP Director Joe Fitzpatrick at [email protected] to find out more information and confirm your registration.

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South Pasadena, California 91030

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