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Welcome to Saratoga Soccer AYSO Region 27.

We are the AYSO Region of the year for 2004 and an AYSO Platinum region in 2003, 2004 and 2005! You are now part of one of the top youth soccer programs in the world!

This page has information that you might find helpful. Please read your portions of the Policy Handbook. This contains information about how the league works. It is organized to allow you to quickly find the information that relates to your child's age level. To recent timely updates, please sign-up on the league e-mail list.

To understand if your practice or game field has been closed due to rain or other reasons, please check the field status page one hour before practice / game time. The status on this web site will not be updated until field conditions change. If, for example, a field closed on Tuesday, it may remain close all week long without additional updates to the web site.

Important Things to Remember

  • Facility Rules:
    • No dogs at fields (too many biting incidents)
    • No alcohol
    • No tobacco (even chew)
    • No drugs
    • No swearing
  • Players:
    • No jewelry
    • No bracelets
    • No earrings
    • Headbands must be soft (only exemption is written exemption for religious reasons signed by RC before the child can play a game)
    • Eyeglasses/sunglasses should be secure with a strap and must be prescription.
  • AYSO is an all-volunteer organization.  Except for the UK coaches, everyone is volunteering, so please be respectful.  If you see something that could be done better, please consider volunteering to help us do it better!

AYSO has a great program. Please familiarize yourself with the program and what to expect. Information for the current soccer season (PDF format) can be found below. If items in the list below do not have links, then that information is not yet available for the coming season. Please check back later:

As you know, we ask every volunteer to provide a Social Security number. We keep these numbers highly confidential. We don't ask lightly, and take the responsibility of ensuring that the over 1200 kids are as safe as they can be. More information can be found in this letter from our National director.