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AYSO26 Newsletter, August 9, 2009

posted Mar 25, 2010, 4:31 PM by AYSO26 Regional Commissioner   [ updated Mar 25, 2010, 4:32 PM ]
Palo Alto AYSO 2009 Summer Soccerfest
 
Note: A copy of your AYSO registration form is required. Kids will not be permitted to play without a signed form.
 
Palo Alto AYSO will again be providing an opportunity for kids to play soccer this summer on Saturday mornings from 10-12 am. Soccerfest is intended to provide a safe environment for kids to come together and play soccer. No coaching, refereeing or spectators shouting from the sidelines.
AYSO provides the fields, pinnies, cones, balls and Safe Haven certified monitors. The kids choose up teams for pick up games and provide the fun.
There will be two games: one for U12 players and one for U14 and older. In addition, if there are an equal number of boys and girls at the younger age then we will have a boys-only and and a girls-only game.
 
There are 8 Soccerfest Saturdays:
 
    1. June 20
    2. June 27
    3. July 4 - NO SOCCERFEST
    4. July 11
    5. July 18
    6. July 25
    7. Aug 1
    8. Aug 8
    9. Aug 15
 
You may attend any or all of the sessions that you want. Best of all this is all free of charge.

Who can play:
 
Soccerfest is open to all players (boys and girls) who are registered in the Fall 2008 season or Fall 2009 seasons in the U12 to U19 age groups. If your player will be playing at the U12 level or above this Fall then they are elgible.
What is required: Shin guards and permission form required!
 
Bring a copy of your AYSO registration form signed by a parent to the first session you attend. You will not be permitted to play without a signed form.

You can print out the forms you need by doing the following:
 
    1. Go to http://www.ayso26.org/
    2. Scroll to the bottom of the page
    3. Log in using the name and password you have previously used to
    register your son or daughter.
    4. When the WebYouthSoccer page displays, click on "Form Package" in the
    left-hand column.
    The browser will load Acrobat and display the forms.
    5. Print a copy, sign and bring to the field.
 
If this doesn't work, just come to the field with a pen and your health insurance information. We will have blank forms for you to fill out when you get there.
 
Shin guards are required.
Prompt pickup of you child at 12pm.
Cleats recommended.
Water and sun screen recommended.
Where and When:
 
Greer fields #1, #2 from 10-12am on the Saturdays listed above.

How much does it cost ?
 
 No fee.
 
Volunteers needed :
 
We are looking for coaches, referees and parents who would like to volunteer as field monitors for any of the Soccerfest sessions. Safe Haven training is required. If you don't have this training it's easy to get through an online training class that takes about 30 minutes. Please contact at Carol Sexton <carol.sexton@gmail.com>if you are interested.

For Questions on Soccerfest:
 
Contact Carol Sexton carol.sexton@gmail.com or Ray Wong. <girlscom_09@ayso26.org>
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