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Fall 2014

 Three (3) registration dates are scheduled for the upcoming 2014 FALL PROGRAM:

Date #1:
March 29th - 10am to 1pm
Laguna Niguel City Hall

Date #2:
April 26th - 2pm to 4pm?
Laguna Niguel City Hall

Date #3:
June 7th - 2pm to 4pm
Laguna Niguel City Hall

Registration Fee Schedule:

$130 - Register February 14th to March 29th
$145 - Register March 31st to April 26th
$160 - Register April 27th to June 7th
$175 - Register after June 7th

All New and Returning Players/Volunteers - We strongly encourage all players and volunteers to use the national registration website to update or create your player's profile and your volunteer profile prior to registration. Make sure you select Region 41 in Laguna Niguel.

Please use the eSignature feature on - Please make sure you follow the steps for signing the player application form and volunteer  application form online!  Each volunteer must update and sign an application each year.

Zero Tolerance Form:  Please print the Zero Tolerance Form, sign and bring to registration.

Payment Options- After completing the application process and signing with eSignature you have the option to pay online with MC or Visa. Highly Recommended

If NOT Paying Online: Please Print 1 copy of the Player Application and mail to our PO BOX with your check.

Mail or drop off the following: 

1. One copy of the player application
2. Completed Zero Tolernace form.
3. If not paying online, check or money order for $175.
4. If first time playing in AYSO Region 41, photo copy of the player's Birth Certificate.
Box DROP OFF Location:  Our Mail Box is at the UPS Store in the Mariana Hills Center (Marina Hills Dr and Golden Lantern).  Addressed envelopes can also be dropped off with a UPS Store employee for hand insertion in our Box. (no postage needed)
PO Box Mailing Address: 
PO Box AYSO 41
PMB 268
30251 Golden Lantern, Ste E
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

Important Information:

Season Dates: The Fall Season begins with practices for the U8 - U14 in mid to late August.  The regular season begins in September and runs through Mid-November. Then U10 and above begin post-season play-offs and conclude before Christmas.

FAQ's: Go to the front page of this website and click on “Parent” and then “FAQ's” for answers!

Divisions: Players play with and against children their age.  This chart shows the way we divide the players into divisions, then teams.  Players meeting certain requirements may "play up" with an older division with the approval of the applicable Division Director and the Regional Commissioner.

Teams: One of the 6 philosophies of AYSO is "Balanced Teams."  Teams in the U10 and older divisions are balanced: players are rated by their coaches in the prior fall season and that rating is entered into the database.  A computer program sorts the players by gender and rating to create balanced teams.  The U5 Jamboree program is co-ed, but usually the boys play boys and the girls play girls during the game time of the play group sessions.

Team Requests: We discourage players from requesting coaches or teammates, as the computer program used to balance the teams does not take those requests into consideration. One of the benefits of AYSO is making many new friends!

Volunteers: AYSO functions solely through the generous efforts of its dedicated team of volunteers.  For a successful soccer season, WE NEED YOU.  New and returning volunteers must complete and sign a Volunteer Application Form each year.  We strongly encourage volunteers to use the national registration website to to update your volunteer profile prior to registration. If you are new or plan to mail your applications, please visit and click on the “Volunteer” link.  For more information on volunteering, click on the “Coach” and/or “Referee” links on the front page of this website.  Coaching and refereeing may be the most visible volunteer roles, but there are many ways to help a team or Region. Many volunteer roles require small amounts of time, but are very valuable to the kids.  We try to match your skills and available time to a responsibility that will help the program the most.  You can select a volunteer position online or in person.

Questions? email our Registraror call eAYSO Helpline 866-588-2976  M-F: 8AM-5PM, Sat 6AM to 3PM. 

History Of AYSO

The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) was established in the Los Angeles area in 1964 with nine teams. It was the dream of a group of devoted soccer enthusiasts who started the organization in a garage. Today, AYSO has more than 50,000 teams and more than 650,000 players.