Tryouts for the soccer year beginning in fall of 2017 have not yet been scheduled. We are actively planning these tryouts and will update this page as soon as we have more details. If you would like to be emailed when details are available, please email our Advanced Play team and provide your player's month and year of birth, along with their gender.
In adhering to AYSO Philosophies, these will be open tryouts. We form a new team at each age/division each year. Anybody is welcome to attend and try out. And, in order for this to work properly, we need to see all of the players so that they can be evaluated among their peers. As a result, it is a requirement that your child must attend at least one tryout to be considered for the team. There are very few exceptions to this attendance requirement. Beyond the limited number of pre-defined exceptions, it can only be waived by the Regional Board of Directors and is done so very sparingly. It is strongly encouraged (and typically better for your child) that prospective players plan to attend both sessions, wherever possible.
Your child must wear shin guards and must bring a soccer ball to the tryout.
Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of your child's session.
This will allow adequate time for parking, locating the check-in area, getting your player registered for the tryout, and warming up.
All players should bring the Tryout Registration Form with them, completed in advance.
If you have a question about joining a particular team in a future season or have general questions about the process or timeline, you may email the Extra Coordinator.
The coach application process for the Fall 2017 season is now closed. However, we are still accepting applications for B2008 (U10) and B2005 (U13). If you are interested in applying to coach one of these teams, please fill out the application. If you have any questions about the process, contact the Advanced Play team.Coaches are selected by a Region executive committee based on experience, background, and their standing as qualified representatives of Region 213. They are required to have advanced coaching levels for the division they are coaching. For example, U9 and U10 coaches are required to have U12 coach certification and be certified as a regional referee. USSF D and E licenses can sometimes be considered equivalent to AYSO Advanced and Intermediate coach certificates, respectively. Check with the Regional Coach Administrator for more information, or contact the Flex EXTRA Coordinator - located in the Regional Directory.
If you would like to contact any of the coaches, then please email the EXTRA Coordinator and we will put you in touch with them.