Fall Soccer is Underway
Fall 2016 Season
Changes have been done to most schedules, check the schedules for updated times and fields
Playground and U5 Program
No Playground or U5 progam this Friday September 23rd. Next session will be Friday Sepetmeber 30th.
Fundraising deadline has been changed from Saturday September 24th to Friday September 30th. You can see Belen, Vickey or Ed at training sessions and on game days to turn in money and get discount cards.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Referee there is a Basic Referee Class on Saturday October 1st. See the Referee page for more details.
All Basic Referees there is a Intermediate Referee Class on Saturday October 1st if you are interested in Upgrading to the next level. See the Referee page for more details or talk to Dan and Michael
There will be an Intermediate Coaching Clinic for those wanting to upgrade beyone U12 Certification. You talk to Matt if you are interested in the class. The class is Friday September 30th in the evening, Satuday October 1st and Sunday October 2nd. This is a multi day class with a field work.
AYSO 350 Newsletter September 12, 2016
Rillito Matches are complete. We are very proud of the teams, officials, and families that have participated This Friday and Saturday. The playground and schoolyard soccer programs suffered a bit of darkness. Apparently we had so much fun that we exceeded our light time. We have in-creased this time so that once the training ends we have time for conversation. Saturday matches were great. Families offered so much support and we are so excited for the coming Saturday
Every second Monday, join us at Pima West Campus, 2202 W Anklam Rd. We meet in E102 to discuss region issues. We would love your input!
Visit us on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. We share great experi-ences, update you on region and AYSO information, and enjoy soccer media. Sched-ules are live on ayso350.org. Our website continues to highlight the region and what’s to come
Special Points of Interest
Pets on the Field
Remember to Leave Your Furry Friends At Home
Pets are a special part of everyone's family! There are plenty of people, though, who are either allergic to or scared of animals. Even the best-behaved pets can become frightened and react to people and things around them; for those reasons, many AYSO fields across the country don't allow pets. Animals and their leashes can become tripping hazards to people along the sidelines in addition to being at risk of injury themselves.
Challenge FC Competitive Tryouts
For those players wanting to participate in the program this year they MUST attend a tryout. Tryouts are Free.. Please sign up on the website www.azchallengefc.org click on the Tryouts link and choose Tucson
There are spaces available on some Challenge FC teams contact Ed if you are interested email@example.com