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Coaches & Referees

Two Roles That Make The AYSO Experience Such A Valuable One For Kids

Referees and coaches in AYSO are volunteers. They give their time and talents freely to ensure that every player has a fun, fair and safe AYSO experience. AYSO coaches and referees frequently have their own children in the program. But because it can be such an enjoyable and rewarding experience, it’s also common for these volunteers to continue long after their own children have moved on from AYSO.

To begin as an AYSO coach or referee, you must first complete an AYSO volunteer application form (eAYSO online) and be approved as a volunteer by your local AYSO Region. Once you are approved, the training to become an AYSO referee or coach is provided to you for free or at a very low cost.

Becoming A Referee


Becoming A Coach


We can't have games without referees. More importantly, it's rewarding and working with kids is great fun! Refs help keep every game fun, fair and safe.
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Unique age-appropriate coach training is one of AYSO's specialties. If you plan to be at your child's soccer practices and games, you'll also have time to be your child's coach!
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Learn More|Referee FAQ|Ref's Whistle
Learn More|Coach FAQ|Coaches Corner

 

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Regional Secretary


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It only takes a few hours to become qualified as an introductory-level coach or referee. But if you’re not able to commit even that much time, there are many small jobs you can help with. Even a couple of hours each season are an important contribution to your team and Region 1533!

Other Volunteer Opportunities

-Team Parent- responsible for the set up or clean up of nets on game days when assigned to team.

-Division Coordinator: (Pre / During Season)

Division Coordinators or DC’s are responsible for an age group. (ex: U5 Girls) They find coaches, which usually come from those who have already volunteered, sometimes it is necessary to ask a parent who has not volunteered to coach. Create balanced teams. During the season pass on any information between the Coach Admin and team coaches.

-Field painting Coordinator/Helper: (During Season)

Coordinates/helps painting of fields,coordinator: send out reminders as needed, make sure fields are painted to correct size and are maintained during the season. 

-Equipment Check Coordinator/Helper: (Post Season)

Check goals for damaged parts and paint when needed

-Moving Equipment Trailers: (Pre season/ Post Season Fall and spring)

One to WPJH the other to SJH pre season and post season.

-Uniform Coordinator/Helper: (pre season)

Makes sure the correct number of uniforms is ordered per team, organizes them for distribution to coaches.

-Registration Day Worker: (During Spring Season)

Helps at the registration event. Takes a shift that could included being a cashier, helping at the volunteer table, helping to organize player forms, and may also need to help set up.

-Schedule Coordinator: (Pre Season)

Makes fall/Spring Game schedule. Checks to make sure coaches with multiple teams games do not overlap.

-Player Evaluation Coordinator: (During Season)

Makes sure all Coaches have player evaluation forms mid season and ensures all evaluations are completed

-Spring Party Coordinator/Helper: (Spring Season)

Coordinates/Helps with planning and carrying out the Spring Party

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