Player Signup - Season Play
for a greatsoccer and community experience!
Recreational - Instructional Programs Advanced
Two seasons, March-May and August-November Competitive Programs
Ages 2.5 - 5
The U3-U4 program uses soccer and props to increase motor activity and skills. Engaging games, not soccer, that "just happen" to use a soccer ball, keep the kids running, kicking, and learning. more...
Camps focus on skills appropriate to the ages of the campers, and advance a curriculum through the week, culminating in scrimmaging and game instruction in a small group setting. Each day has a theme; dribbling, passing, shooting, control and skills of using the body.
For younger campers fun play-time themes are also introduced.
Many hands make light work. AYSO is an all-volunteer organization and can use your help.
Ages 6 - 7
>The U7 and U8 programs are uniquely designed to give every player the most possible touches on the ball. Each team splits into two on adjacent fields and plays two simultaneous matches, and the composition of each sub-team changes each week. All kids, whether a strong player or weak player, gets opportunity to play with kids of like skills. more...
Regional Calendar - Click Event
Palo Alto AYSO Region 26
Showing posts 1 - 2 of 66. View more »
Select & Elite
U10 through U19 competitive programs run year round with a month break at Christmas and at the end of school. New teams are formed each season. Play includes a scheduled inter-city season and tournaments in Northern California. Tryouts are in April and October.
The Select teams compete in the PCSSL on the peninsula, and in tournaments around the greater bay area, ending their season in a grand tournament, the Davis World Cup. The Select teams attend our very own tournament, El Palo Alto. Tryouts are in late October. more...
The Elite teams compete in the AYSO Extra Program around the lower bay area, including the peninsula and east bay. Elite teams may attend a few tournaments, including some club (non-AYSO) tournaments. Tryouts are in early May. more...
Registration is free. Practice and play is on Sunday afternoons in fall. more...
AYSO is supported by more than 250,000 volunteers. Parents are coaches, referees, team managers, administrators and sponsors. AYSO provides a safe and healthy atmosphere for children. AYSO is continually working to improve its programs in the fields of child development, community, and sports psychology. A strong emphasis is placed on sportsmanship and the development of the whole child.
AYSO maintains relations with organizations such as the National Council of Youth Sports, Girls Scouts USA, the National Association for Sports and Physical Education, People to People, Optimists International, Police Athletic Leagues, the National Alliance for Youth Sports, Positive Coaching Alliance, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, YMCA, the United States Soccer Federation, and the Character Counts program.