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AYSO Region 1370



- 2 seasons that are approximately 8-10 weeks (August - October & March – May).

- 2 practices per week with a volunteer parent coach and 1 game on the weekend.

- 6- 8 Sunday clinics with certified coaches (per season)

- Cost: $125 per season ($95 Early Bird price).

- Limited spots; registration is on a first come first served basis


U-05 Division

The objective of this program is to provide young players and their parents with a "pressure free" introduction to the beautiful and simple game of soccer. At this age, players should be exposed to soccer by playing simple, fun activities and games that require little to no practice, and a minimal time commitment. 

This program allows players to discover the game for themselves, while parents are given a soccer foundation on which to build and grow into future AYSO coaches, referees and administrators. 

The AYSO Jamboree (4-year-olds) is not to be considered a coaching program. It is a program that is designated to be facilitated by a qualified AYSO Master Coach. The AYSO National Coaching Commission supports this program predicated on the basis that the guidelines provided within the Jamboree Master Coach Manual are followed and that all decisions regarding the program are made in the best interest of the players.


Jamboree One with One is the combination of two different formats that, put together, will provide the best possible introduction to soccer for our youngest players. In AYSO soccer, a jamboree means that teams are formed on a weekly basis depending on how many players attend a given session. One with One refers to the concept that each player will have a parent (or other adult) working with them on the field. 

A "Master Coach" will lead each session. The Master Coach will introduce a game/activity that will practice a certain skill or part of the game using explanation and demonstration. Each pair (player/parent) will then attempt the activity while the Master Coach circles between pairs providing specific help or suggestions so that the activities are performed as intended. After a suitable amount of time, the Master Coach will bring the players and parents back together as a group and recap what they have done, introducing the next game/activity. 

Each Jamboree One with One session will end with a 20 minute short-sided game (3 v 3). Details regarding the game are explained later. Most importantly, allow the players to play without coaching or teaching them as this experience is designed to expose them to soccer, not to begin developing them. The two goals of the program are to allow the players to enjoy the activities and to let the game be the teacher.


U-06 Division

All of players in this division are taught the elementary rules of soccer through fun and exciting drills like Sharks and Minnows, Clean Your Room, and Bad Coach. At the end of the season, players will have learned the skills necessary to stop, pass, dribble, and throw-in their very own soccer ball.

The U-06 division is designed to allow all players to play with all other players in their division.  Parents are encouraged to cheer every player on the field, but are discouraged from coaching from the sideline. Our goal is exercise, and entertainment for the children, as they learn to play soccer.  We do not keep W-L records.

If you'd like to register a child to play CLICK HERE.

U-08 to U-19 Divisions

Our soccer program offers rule teaching, skill building, and competitive matches without the burden of W-L standings. We believe that all players should play to win, but not in lieu of good sportsmanship and fair play. No soccer experience is necessary for a player to join, only the desire to play. AYSO's core philosophies are observed at all times.

In the U8, and U10 divisions, both teams and fields are smaller, play is short-sided and rules are simplified to ensure every player gets the maximum amount of playing time and touches on the ball.

As players get older and move through the U12 and U14 divisions, additional concepts like goalies, positions, off-sides, corner and penalty kicks are implemented.

By the time players reach the U19 division, games are 90 minutes in length and are governed by FIFA's Laws of the Game.

If you'd like to register a child to play CLICK HERE.



For More Information About the AYSO Region 1370 REC Program, and to learn how you can help, email us at: [email protected].

Contact Us


6586 Hypoluxo Rd., Box #352
Lake Worth, Florida 33467

Email Us: [email protected]

Phone: 999-999-9999