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Whew, I've Registered Now What?

Whew! I’ve registered!
Now what happens?


What’s the Board doing?
Immediately after the last registration date, your Region Board begins the process of putting the teams together for the upcoming season. When this is completed, the uniforms will be ordered and the coaches will be notified.

When do the coaches get their teams?
Coaches should expect to receive their team rosters mid to end of July.

When do the players get called?
Teams may begin practice on or after the coach’s clinics. The coaches will call the players usually from mid to late July. They will give you all the information you will need in regards to practice times and location. Each coach sets his/her own practice days, time and location.

It’s after Aug. 1, and my child has not been called. What do I do?
Please do not panic if you see teams practicing and your child has not been called. Not all teams begin practice at the same time. The very young teams, in particular, do not always begin practice in July. Also some coaches may be out of town. If your child has not been called by August 15th, please send us an email.

What else does my child need?
The registration fee includes: complete uniform (jersey, shorts, socks) and supplemental accident insurance.
In addition, you may need to obtain shoes, shin guards, a soccer ball (size depends on age) and a water bottle.

How often are practices and games?
Practices are held up to twice a week (field and times to be determined by your child’s coach). Games may be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays, with the bulk of the games on Saturdays.  Our first game day will be August 17th. Games will be held at Bicentennial fields in Cedar City.  Some games may be held at the Valentine Sports Complex in Parowan.

Didn't register by May 31st?
You may still register after May 31st, however the full fee of $125 will be in place and space may be on a limited basis.  Once a division is full (at capacity for the amount of coach volunteers), your player may be placed on a wait-list. Those interested may send us an email.

Please Remember…
AYSO is a parent-based volunteer organization established to provide a positive experience for our children. Go to the games. Learn the rules and even the Laws of the Game. Above all, be tolerant of the children’s coaches and referees mistakes and weaknesses.

Pets and Fields
Due to city ordinances, and children’s fear of animals, we ask that your pets remain at home.  Please do not bring your pets to the fields.

Questions?

Check out other pages on our website or email Jon Karpel

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attn: Regional Commissioner, PO Box 311
Cedar City, Utah 84721

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