FIFA Women's World Cup 2015
Watch AYSO alumnae Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach, Julie Johnston, Alyssa Naeher, Shannon Boxx, Whitney Engen, Amy Rodriguez and Christen Press and the rest of the USA team take on the world.
World Cup Final
USA beats Japan 5-2!
England beats Germany 1-0 for 3rd place
Live Your Goals aims to encourage more girls and women to play, participate and stay involved in football. Join our campaign and help us to try and grow the number of girls and women playing football worldwide from 30 to 45 million in time for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™!
We are looking for a few volunteers to help us survey and repair our goals and nets. Goal wheels need tightening and lubrication. Some goals need other mechanical repair. We need to survey all the nets and decide how many we want to replace. This would be a few hours on a weekend. Contact: RC@AYSO26.org
Davis World Cup Results
131 soccer teams, 1700 players, played 338 games in this very popular 3 day tournament, including 9 teams from our region. We did quite well as a region:
Our solo B10 - Serpents team finished 4th in Gold bracket with a close 3-2 loss in the consolation game. They also finished 2nd in their PCSSL Orange flight.
Our B12 - Sharks were faced with two elimination games, won the first, but couldn't get past the second game to make the semi-final round losing to the eventual champs of their Red division.
Our B12 - Scorpions had a tough go of it in the Gold Division
Our solo B14 - Titans lost a close 1-0 elimination game 1-0. They finished 2nd in the PCSSL Green flight.
Our solo B19 - Raptors lost in the semi-final in a PK shootout, and recovered to take third.
Our G10 - Cyclones and Blue Dragons seemed to struggle in their respective brackets
Our solo G12 - Thunder took 3rd place in the Gold division with a sound 4-0 win. They also placed 1st in the PCSSL Green flight.
Our Solo G14 - Thunder made the finals and took home 2nd place. They also finished 1st in the PCSSL Blue flight.
20 June 1934 - 9 May 2015
Palo Alto AYSO is excited to offer Summer Camps for beginners to advanced players.
Registration is now open.
Daily drop-ins welcome.
Volunteers: Remember to register as a Returning Volunteer
Once a year, during the summer, you need to go to www.eAYSO.org login and click on Register as a Returning Volunteer. It only takes a minute, and provides you insurance coverage for the following year.