The Spring "Turbo" Soccer league is run during March, April, and May (excluding major holidays). It is a program that focuses on fun and exercise and not competition. Scores and standings are not maintained in this league. It is a good program for those that want to experience soccer for the first time and for those that want to keep up their soccer skills during the off-season.
The season consists of up to eight games* which are played on Sundays between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
The games will be played on San Elijo park fields and consist of short-sided (3 versus 3) games on smaller fields. They are open to kids of all ages (see age chart below). There are no scheduled practices during the Spring season.
Registration will open in early November for the upcoming season.
• 2018 Program Specifics •
AYSO has shifted registration to align with birth year in conjunction with the US Youth Soccer/US Soccer recommendations.
||Born in the Year
||2010 or 2011
||2010 or 2011
||2008 or 2009
||2006 or 2007
||2004 or 2005
**Depending on registration, may be gender specific
Spring season is focused on playing soccer for fun and exercise!
There are no weekly practices
San Elijo Park Fields
March 4, 11, 18, & 25
April 8, 15, 22, & 29
All dates fall on a Sunday and exclude major holidays
Start times will vary between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Register Online (November 1st - February 4th)
$40.00 (Early Bird)
$50.00 (After January 13th)
Includes: Insurance, Jersey, and 8 Game Season*!
Appropriate Size Ball (See age chart above)
Shorts (any color), Shin Guards, and Soccer Socks (any color)
Soccer cleats are optional but recommended
• Registration •
If you would like to register your son or daughter, you can click on the registration link below.
• Volunteers Needed •
If you can fill in and help in any of these positions please indicate during registration or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Manager/Coach: We will be looking for parents to step up and manage a group of players. There will be no practices. The basic job will be to manage the playing time and substitutions on game days and look out for the safety of the players.
Game Official: Not an official referee, but someone who can ensure that we provide a Safe, Fair and Fun environment for the players. A minimal set of rules are utilized and are posted on the Spring Season web page.
Field/Equipment Manager(s): Ensures goals and equipment (paint carts) are unlocked and available so first teams can setup fields. At the end of the day, make sure the last teams have locked up and put everything away.
• Spring Season Documents •