Region Referee Administrator: Frank Bagheri
Law Changes / Heading Restriction
Referee Misconduct Form
The Referee Misconduct Form can be completed online to report any cautions and/or send offs in your match.
- Referee Mentor Request
- Referee Upgrade Form
- List of Clinics
- Clarification of Law 11 (Offside)
- Laws of the Game
- AYSO Rules & Regulations
- ABC’s of Soccer
- Guidelines for Short Sided Games
- Offside Explained
- Referee Requirements for Coaches
- What Makes a Good Referee?
- Just 3 Wished
- So You Think You Know the Game
- Ken Aston Referee Camp
Teams play a league schedule in January and February each year with the eventual winners advancing to the Section Tournament held in March.
Link to Area 1C website which includes latest schedules and maps to the fields.
For SAI insurance and incident reporting and information
For Concussion, Heat and Lightning policies and information
Coaches should take measures to avoid running up the score of a game. In situations where one team does take a substantial lead over the other team, the following actions should be taken.
AYSO has passed a change to it’s rules and regulations related to heading in accordance with the U.S. Soccer Federation’s (USSF) Return 2 Recover program. The new rule bans heading for all U-11 and below division players. If an AYSO program doesn’t have single age divisions, heading is banned for U-12 and below. Continue reading →
A Safe Haven certification is a requirement for every AYSO volunteer and the class only needs to be attended once. No one is allowed to help at AYSO practices or games without this certification. Also, starting this season, all team coordinators will have to attend this course.
If you are interested in attending a local clinic in or near our region, please:
Sign-up instructions will be sent to you.
Region 88 has a program just for referees under the age of 18. It is called the Player Referee Organization or PRO. Details are available here .