2015 Fall registration is still available. Instructions on how to register and what to mail-in are on the registration page.
Apply on EAYSO.org and complete the E-Signature process.
The hand-written or fill-in form is no longer acceptable. Only printed copies from eayso will be accepted.
Games begin Saturday Sept 12. Schedules will be posted by Sept 7.
Teams will be drafted in mid-August. Coaches should have contacted all players by Sunday, Aug 23. If you have not heard from your coach by this date, please call the division coordinator for your division. You can learn their name and contact information on the Tustin AYSO Directory.
Practices may begin on (based on age):
U14 - U19 teams may begin Monday, Aug 17 (4 weeks prior to the first game)
U9 - U12 teams may begin Monday, Aug 24 (3 weeks prior to the first game)
U6 - U8 teams may begin Monday, Aug 31 (2 weeks prior to the first game)
Teams may only practice twice per week
Help keep our games fun, fair and safe for our kids, become a referee.
Intermediate Referee Course - Tues. - Thurs., August 18-20
Annual Referee Dinner and Refresh Session, Wednesday, August 26
Basic Referee Course - Wednesday, September 16
Earn points for your team in the fall, or fulfill your team referee obligation.
Details for all events found here: Referee Training
All referees must complete the Basic Referee Course, the Safe Haven certification (online), the CDC Concussion training (online) and be registered as a volunteer for the current year.
Thanks for all who stopped by the Tustin AYSO booth at Dino Dash and congratulations to our raffle winners!
|Olivier J||Joanna V|
|Daniela F||Germeen M|
Hank Nunez is a lifetime supporter of Tustin AYSO and has volunteered in many capacities including as the Regional Commissioner from 1996 - 2002. During this time, the region grew from 1,000 players to over 2,200. He was instrumental in building relations with the city and school district and continued to assist in that role for many years after stepping down from the RC position, including serving as a member of the Tustin city planning commission. Tustin AYSO would not be the region it currently is without his hard work and countless hours.
Recently, he suffered a stroke and is now in recovery. His family have created a fund to assist with the medical bills. If you are able to assist, please visit http://gofundme.com/5qdyv0.
Several AYSO parents have reported their automobiles being broken into while attending games. These occurances have occured at multiple fields. Please remember to lock your car and remove or keep valuables out of sight.
AYSO has been promoting Concussion Awareness training in conjunction with the Center for Disease Control Head's Up program since 2009. Each season, we have at least several reported cases of concussion and many more go unreported as it takes much less impact than commonly believed to have a concussion. For instance, the player being knocked out is not a prerequisite, nor is swelling and a large bump. In an effort to increase awareness about the potential risks associated with concussions, we are asking that all coaches of all ages take a couple of minutes and complete the online training. All coaches are now required to complete the online CDC Concussion training program. To complete the training, please login to the AYSO Online Training website.This training is not restricted to coaches and we encourage all parents to complete the training and become more educated about these risks.