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Professional Training for all Players

Tustin AYSO Programs

The Tustin AYSO soccer club offers multiple standard primary and advanced play programs. Tustin AYSO is the ONLY Youth Soccer Club in Tustin to offer a program for players from 4-19 years of age and to serve all players from those with special needs to extraordinary ability on our select teams. A full six levels of competition are available to match the player's ability. Additionally, through a strong network of AYSO clubs throughout the state, the playoff structure begins locally at the Mayor's Cup and extends through the Area and Section hierarchy to finish at the State Championships.

Standard Primary Program

Summer, Fall and Spring Seasons

This is the primary program of AYSO that includes all ages and over 90% players. To join, sign-up at one of our registration events in May or July, please visit our registration pages for details and registration options.

How to play on a team: Sign-up during the normal registration process. Information is available on our registration page. AYSO maintains the philosophies of EVERYONE PLAYS and OPEN REGISTRATION, this means that we accept all players regardless of ability and will continue to do so as long as we have space available.

How to coach a team: During the player registration process, volunteer to coach a team. Additionally, contact the division coordinator of the division you'd like to coach. Coaches must complete Safe Haven certification and appropriate age-specific training.

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VIP Program

Fall Season

For players who have special needs, we have our VIP program. These games are played on Sunday afternoons between Labor Day and Thanksgiving. This program invites all persons of any age. Please visit our VIP section for information.

How to play on a VIP team: Registration is done at the normal registration days. When registering, inform the staff that you are registering a VIP player. On most days, we have a VIP coordinator present to assist with the process. Please clearly indicate VIP on your form.

How to assist in the VIP program: Contact one of the VIP coordinators to find out more on how you can assist with this program.

Under-8 Graduation Series

Winter Season

This program is made available for U8 players in preparation for the big changes in advancing to U9. This season plays during January and February when the older divisions are playing their all-star season. To join, sign-up at one of our registration events, please visit registration pages for details.

How to play on a team: Sign-up during the normal registration process. Information is available on our registration page

How to coach a team: During the player registration process, volunteer to coach a team. Additionally, contact the division coordinator of the division you'd like to coach. Coaches must complete Safe Haven certification and appropriate age-specific training.

How to referee for your team: Each team will need to have referees to officiate the games during the season. The coach is not allowed to referee their own game. This will be good for the future as in the U9 division and above, parents are needed to earn referee points for their teams. You'll not only be helping the kids play today, but supporting your child's teams in the future. To instructions on how to sign up, visit our New Referees page.

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Advanced Play Program (APP)

Fall, Winter and Spring Seasons

In Tustin, the Advanced Play Program includes the All-Star, Spring Select and EXTRA seasons. Players commonly first enter the program when selected for an All-Star team and then asked to continue onto a Spring Select team. They may also tryout to join an EXTRA team. Only 10% of players play at this level.

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