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AYSO Region 1370


Hello AYSO REGION 1370 parents,

We are happy to announce that registration for our 2024 State Teams is now open.

All players have to register online prior to tryouts!!!

Tryout date: Sunday, Nov 5 (Rainout Date Nov 12) at West Boynton Park (rec fields by Park Vista HS).

Tryouts times:
9AM - 10.30AM: Girls U10, Girls U12, Boys U10 and Boys U12.
11AM - 12.30PM: Girls U14, Girls U16/19, Boys U14 and Boys U16/19.

- Tournament Dates: Friday to Monday (Martin Luther King Holiday).
AYSO State Games Tournament Location: will be held at Okeeheelee Park, 7715 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach Fl 33413.
You must be a registered player in our Fall 2023 (Sep-Nov) recreation program to participate in State Games/All Stars.

We will look to form 1 team per age group depending on the number of players that are interested in playing.

As we did for the past state games, we will have our club's licensed/professional coaches who work with our region lead the U10 and U12 age groups (boys and girls). This will give our State Team players a great opportunity to develop their skills and improve their game. 

Coaches - I would like to encourage our recreational coaches who would like to assist with the younger age groups to apply by reaching out to me directly. If your coaching style & long term player development objectives are aligned with our region’s vision and philosophy then I would like to include you as we utilize this as part of our coaching education program in our Region.

The coaches who will be working with the state teams are:

  • Girls U10 – Coach MikaelaTraining days: 2 nights, T/Thu (Canyon Fields).
  • Girls U12 – Coach Hunter. Training days: 2 nights, W/Fri (Canyon Fields).
  • Boys U10 – Coach Richard. Training days: 2 nights, T/Fri (Canyon Fields).
  • Boys U12 – Coach Anderson. Training days: 2 nights, W/Fri (Canyon Fields).

The coaches for the older Divisions are:

  • Girls U14 – Coach Tony Asci. Training days: 2 nights, T/Thu (West Boynton Fields).
  • Boys U14 – Coach Rachel Anderson. Training days: 2 nights, M/W (West Boynton Fields).
  • Girls U19 – Coach Nubie. Training days: 2 nights, M/W (West Boynton Fields).
  • Boys U19 – Coach Edgar Contreras. Training days: 2 nights, M/W (West Boynton Fields).
  • Tryout date: Sunday Nov 5. 
  • Tryout Times: 9-10.30AM for U10 & U12 age groups, and 11AM-12.30PM for U14 U16/19 groups.
  • Training starts: The week of Nov 27th.
  • Tournament date: Friday, January 12, 2024, to Monday, January 15, 2024 (Martin Luther King Holiday).

Teams train twice a week and look to do scrimmages prior to the tournament.
Training location: training starts Monday Nov 27th at the West Boynton and/or Canyon Fields.
The field space allocation will be on this page in due time.

  • Players must try-out; evaluated and selected based on skill level.
  • Try-outs available in divisions U10 through U19.
  • Train twice a week for approx. 1-2 months (November-January) & play in our AYSO State Event in January.
  • Cost $150.00 (includes 2 sessions per week, scrimmage friendlies, 2 uniforms shirts, insurance, tournament registration, ref fees, field, etc. )



Please log in to your account and register for the STATE TEAM TRYOUT program.

If and when you are selected, you will get an invitation to accept your roster spot.
Your roster spot is only confirmed after you have accepted and processed payment.


- Coaches - 
Rosters & Contact Info - Coaches will be assigned, after they have volunteered. After, they will sent an email introducing themselves and let you know what nights/times you will be practicing.

- Training Schedule - training starts Monday Nov 27th at the West Boynton and/or Canyon Fields. The field space allocation will be on this page in due time.

- Uniforms - uniform kits for all players and coach's shirts will be ordered on Nov 19th. All players and coaches sizes must be submitted before then.

- AYSO Registration & Requirements - we're working on what the requirements are for this and will get back to you shortly.

- Practice Schedule: Pending Coach assignments and prefered practice nights, and number of teams.






1.  What are the State Games?

These games are an annual regional tournament in January for the top players from each AYSO Region's recreational league to compete against other AYSO Regions in our Section. The State Games are a recreation “all-star” tournament where players must try out for the teams and are evaluated and selected based on skill level. Tryouts are held in divisions U10 through U19.  Players who make the State Team train twice a week for approx 2 months (November-January), leading up to the State Games tournament in January. The State Team is a great way to identify and develop the talented players in our recreation league by providing additional training and exposing them to more competitive play.

2.  Who is eligible to participate?

In order to play in the State Games, your child MUST have registered and played the fall season and MUST have played in our region (AYSO1370).

3.  When and Where are the State Games?

MLK Weekend: Friday - Monday (Martin Luther King Holiday).

The tournament will be held at Okeeheelee Park-Region 345-7715 Forest Hill Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL.

4.  What are the fees to play on the State Team?  What’s included in those fees?

There is no cost to tryout. If your player makes the team, the cost is $150, which includes the tournament registration fees, two sets of uniforms, referee fees, professional coaches for U10 and 12 teams, and practice field rental.

5.  When / Where do we practice?

Our Region's State Team training sessions will be held at West Boynton Park in Boynton Beach starting shortly after Thanksgiving week.
Exact dates will be provided and the Coach for each State Team will determine practice nights.

6.  What is the timeline for the State Games?

- TRYOUTS: Sunday, Nov 5 (Rainout date Sunday Nov 12).
SESSIONS: November - January.
TOURNAMENT: MLK Weekend: Friday - Monday (Martin Luther King Holiday).

7.  How many players are on a team?

AYSO boys and girls teams in age divisions:

8.  What is the Tournament Format?

Pool play tournament. Each team will be guaranteed a minimum of (3) three games. 
Specific match structures depend upon the number of teams entered in each age division.

9.  Can we play scrimmages / friendlies / tournaments to get our players ready for the State Tournament?

Yes, we will introduce our coaches to coaches from other regions; it is up to each State Team Coach to schedule scrimmages / friendlies with coaches from other Regions or the Boynton Knights.

10.  How are State Team Coaches selected by our Club?

Once coaches volunteer to coach a State Team, the Club’s Board evaluates all applicants based on their coaching history, knowledge of the game, observed behavior at the fields, and approach with our youth players.

11.  How are the other team personnel selected (assistant coaches, team manager)?

Once a Head Coach is selected by the Club’s Board, that coach will then select his/her assistant coach and team manager.

12.  What certifications / qualifications do I need to have to coach a State Team?

All of these are required and can be taken online, except the U12 certification class:

  • Registered in eAYSO.  

  • Approved Volunteer in eAYSO.

  • CDC Concussion Training.          

  • Safe Haven.    

  • U6, U8, U10 and U12 Coaches Certification. 

13.  What if a player withdraws from the team can they get a refund on the fees paid?

Once a player has committed and paid their fees for the State Games, the fees are non-refundable.
The only circumstance under which a player may receive a refund of their fees is if the player is injured and has a doctor’s note stating that they cannot play. 

14.  What is the commitment to playing on the States Team - practices, games, etc?

In general, each State Team will practice two nights a week and may have weekend scrimmages / friendlies to prepare for the tournament.  Check with your team’s coach at tryouts to find out what days of the week they plan to practice.  If a player does not demonstrate an appropriate commitment level to the team (make most practices, train with high effort, display positive attitude), they can be removed by the Coach and no refund will be given. 

15.  What is the Coaching Philosophy for the State Teams?

The core coaching approach our Club expects from our State Team Coaches is:

  • Have fun! The more fun your team is having, the more engaged the players will be and want to continue playing. The goal in our Region is to encourage the player’s love for the game so please be positive and patient with the children at all times.

  • Repetition, repetition, repetition. Children’s muscle memory and repetition of the technical skills are what will give them the ability to implement their ideas in the games. The more your players touch the ball and practice their skills on the move in your training sessions, the more they will get out of your training sessions. Try to avoid long lines and kids standing around. Every player should have a ball at their feet for the first portion of training to maximize their level of comfort with the ball.

  • Movement: soccer is a dynamic game so keep the players moving as much as possible in training (ideally with a ball at their feet). The more comfortable the players will be with the ball at their feet, the bigger technical foundation they will have which will allow them to fully develop their potential as they develop.

  • Style of play: We highly encourage everyone to “build out of the back”. This means that the goalkeeper rolls the ball out to their defenders and the ball is moved up the field within the control of your team.  Goalkeepers punting the ball, leads to 50/50 balls and takes away a portion of the game that is important for the players to experience which is getting their heads up and learning to find angles for passing the ball.

  • Coaching involvement: The game belongs to the players so please do not take the game away from them. Do not coach the player on the ball. Allow the player on the ball to think for themselves. Help guide the players off the ball to provide good offensive and defensive shape. Have your team move up and down as one unit. Do not leave 2 players on the outside of your defensive box for the entire game. If your team is attacking, then they need to move up with everyone to keep the team condense.

  • Head up. Encourage your players to keep their heads up as much as possible so they can scan the field and make informative decisions.

  • Build character – please use the practices and games to develop the children’s character. This includes being a good teammate, being respectful to everyone, work rate, commitment, punctuality, positive language and more.

16.  What if players want to continue to experience more competitive play after the State Games?

The Boynton Knights is our Club’s competitive program that allows our most talented recreational players to take their game to the next level.  For more information about the Boynton Knights, email [email protected] or visit to contact Asaf Lubezky, Director of Coaching & Player Development: [email protected].

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