Registration - AYSO Region 213

Program Details

  • Currently registering for Spring Rec (3p)
  • Registration is open online until February 6.
  • Season expected to start March 5 and finish starts May 7th.
  • Program fee is $95

  • In-person Registration event, February 6, in Woodbury Center, near LA Fitness. It will be in front of LA Fitness, between Panera Bread and Counter Burger. It will be from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm.


Registration Instructions

There are only two steps to register for soccer in AYSO Region 213.

Apply as a new or returning player.

  • Log in or create an account on
  • Click on [Apply as a new / returning player] at the top left of the screen. (See guide above for difference) 
  • The application is only done only once per AYSO membership year (for seasons from Fall to Summer) 
  • There is a $20 Region Fee. Payment by credit card will get the application processed much faster, within 24 to 48 hours. 
  • Once processed, you'll get an email from the Region thanking you, and asking you to sign up for your program. (See step 2 below.) 

Signup for your program.

  • Log in to on your account. 
  • Click on [Sign up for other programs.] 
  • Choose the program you want to sign up for. Most likely, this will be 1p Fall Core. 
  • The fee is based on the program (season, camp, etc). You can visit our Programs page for a list of fees throughout the year.
  • Please consider donating to the Volunteer Recognition Fund so we can better thank our volunteers, or to our Scholarship Fund, so we can have more soccer for more kids.

Birth Certificates / age verification

  • If you are new to AYSO (and often even if you aren't) you may be asked to provide proof of age for the player.
    • You can check if you need this. Click on [Print player form] from the eAYSO home screen. (You don't need to print, just look.) At the bottom right of page one, there is a box that says DOB Verification. If this is empty or N, you should provide proof of age.
    • A scan of a birth certificate or passport is sufficient. It can be emailed to

    WaitList Registration

    After Open Registration is over, anyone signing up for a program goes on our waitlist. The best way to avoid being put on the waitlist is to sign up early. The Region strongly suggests subscribing to the newsletter (available on our Home Page) so you can be kept informed of upcoming seasons and registrations.
    There are two general times / reasons we take people from the waitlist.
    • Fill up gaps in teams as we are forming them.
      • The region first decides how many teams to form. 
      • We always allow room to add players to fill up those teams. 
      • Example: Team size is 7 to 9 players, and we have 72 players. We can create 8 FULL teams and be done. We would probably aim for 10 teams (70 to 90 players) giving us room to add up to 18 more players as they register late.
    • Fill up gaps as people leave the program.
      • Sometimes players quit.
      • Sometimes players get hurt.
      • Sometimes players move.
      • There are various reasons a player may decide not to play soccer. This could happen before the season starts, or during the season.
      • If a person leaves, this frees up a spot, which we fill from the waitlist.
      • The waitlist priority is based on time of Signup/Payment for the season. The region may take into account city of residence during waitlist registration.
    We maintain our waitlist through the third week of the season. If you wish to withdraw from the waitlist on your own, prior to that, you can fill in the Drop/Refund request form at If there is still no spot by end of third week, we cancel all waitlist applicants. It is not fair to you, to the team, or to the region to have you join after that point.

    If you have questions about your registration status, you can email