Registration for our Fall 2015 season is still available. We are on Standard Waitlist registration, but still most divisions are open. We will have a list of divisions by end of this weekend that still need players.
How to register... Our registration process includes two easy steps.
Start at our registration page which also includes useful tips, fees, dates, and more. Also make sure to sign up for our Newsletter (see left side of this page) to get reminders and updates.
The Flex Extra program provides a higher level of play for the more advanced players in the region. It is a commitment for both fall and spring season and includes playing in tournaments. The price is higher and includes two high-end home/away uniforms and paid training in the fall season. The Flex Extra coaches are required to have higher level credentials than for the core program, and also demonstrate ongoing commitment to coach development.
The players are selected based on a structured tryout process. They are open to all players who will be in the U9 up to U16 divisions in the Fall 2015 season. Coaches have been selected and they are working hard to get their tryouts scheduled. Most should get scheduled within a couple of weeks (by mid-March).
Go to the Extra page for more details.
While we have a well-established board of directors, we continue to look for new recruits to help grow our programs in North Irvine. Our most recent recruit is Kevin Fournier who is our new Director of Fields. Among other duties, he will be our liaison with the city for field allocations. Kevin replaces Bill Rex who is now our Treasurer.
We continue to look for a Director of Volunteers. The Director of Volunteers is a new position and his/her role is to help build our volunteer base in administration, coaching, and refereeing. We need someone to actively recruit and maintain a thriving volunteer base that will ensure our programs continue to succeed.
If you have interest, or know someone that might be, please contact the Regional Commissioner. If you're not ready to take on a board position, we have many other volunteer roles, some of which are described at this link.