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San Elijo AYSO

San Elijo AYSO

Why Volunteer?

What is an AYSO Volunteer?

A coach, a referee, a registrar, a fundraiser, a field marker, a publicist, a treasurer - many people, all contributing their time and efforts to make AYSO a great program for our soccer-playing kids.

Why does AYSO need volunteers?

AYSO needs volunteers because AYSO runs on volunteer power. Nearly 150,000 registered volunteers run local AYSO programs all over the country. Even the National Board of Directors and National President are AYSO volunteers. If it wasn’t for the thousands of volunteers throughout the U.S. donating their time every season, AYSO wouldn’t be as successful and far-reaching as it is today.

Who can be an AYSO volunteer?

Almost anyone can volunteer. Moms, dads, sisters, brothers, grandparents, even friends. AYSO wants volunteers who want to help make our soccer program a fun experience for kids. Everyone plays in AYSO, and everyone has something special to contribute to the program.

How do I become an AYSO volunteer?

It's easy. When you sign-up / register your child, you have the opportunity to submit a volunteer registration for yourself. (Note that if you want to volunteer for multiple positions or on multiple teams, you must submit separate registrations per position per team.)

A great region stems from its volunteers. The more people that get involved each season, the better the experience for both children and parents.

Volunteer Registration

Become an AYSO Volunteer In Three Easy Steps

Step One

Log into your Registration Account:
Click the "Player and Volunteer Registration" Quick Link.
Under your user account section, you will click the blue button.
This will take you to a page where you can select your volunteer options - Coach, Assistant Coach, Referee.
(If you want to volunteer as a Team Parent, you do not need to go through this process and will work with the Coach directly.)

Step Two:

Once you are a officially registered AYSO volunteer (we will contact you with official AYSO National registration details), you must take two online courses at

1. CDC Concussion Awareness
2. AYSO Safe Haven

Note: Upon completing your AYSO National volunteer application, you will be assigned an AYSO ID. You will need this ID to log into

Step three:

Depending on the position for which you are volunteering, you may need to take an online training course at, or register at for an in-person training course.

All volunteers must be Safe Haven certified, and have completed the CDC Concussion Awareness course, no exceptions.


Simply complete your volunteer registrations for the current season. Returning volunteers do not need to retake the AYSOU Safe Haven course if they have completed it in a previous season.


San Elijo AYSO - Region 1505
1501 San Elijo Road, Suite 104-208
San Marcos, California 92078

Email: [email protected]

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