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Region Sponsors

  • See any Board member for information on Sponsorship Opportunities
  • Dick's Sporting Goods
  • In and Out Burger

Team Sponsors

  • Groomingdales


Spring Soccer Registration Open

Spring 2017 Season


Spring Season U6 and U8 and up

Registration for Spring Season is open.

U8 teams will have the opportunity to play in the OPI Tournament in February. Sign up now to give your child a chance at a tournament experience.

Spring Season Fields

Spriing Soccer will use the fields at La Madera Park (map) . These are the neighborhood fields that we played on during the season

Spring soccer is for children of all ages – especially the little ones!  Several years ago, we chose Jamboree for our Spring season. In Jamboree, children get to play soccer in an age-specific program with small sided games built in each session. The older play a tournament season.

In Jamboree, the children learn soccer skills like kicking, dribbling, and throwing in the ball, but in a low-pressure setting. Jamboree is about exposing children to soccer, not grooming them for college scholarships. Coaches are assigned to present training sessions with a master coach that coordinates the activities. Spring session bring more skills development in group settings. It’s a different kind of game in U-5, U-8, and U-8 but the children still wear jerseys or pinnies, cleats and shin guards. This will commence on the first week of February and then extend over six weeks. A scheduled break occurs at the half so that our region will participate in the Area tournament for U8.  Your calendar will show those dates.

Spring Season Travel Teams

Travel teams are formed and will be playing in various tournaments. We wish them all luck. Come out and watch them play in the OPI tournament Feburary 23-26.

In travel season,  children tryout for a spot on the team. This is not quite All-star. We have mostly the all-star players but the best is not always what coaches choose. Most are building the best team. Teams are built on the skill of the player, the social aspect of parents and players, the willingness for both the parent and player to commit to the time. The team normally plays several of the local tournament setting and some outside of Tucson. It is an excellent opportunity for your child to play on a more competitive level. Fees depend on the number of tournaments a team wants to participate.


News update


Our fundraiser sold more than 400 cards. We have Beats won by Parkerson and Isaac. Poisson Ivy and the U5s sold the most cards sold. Also Andres, Gavin, Nicole Izabela, Riley, Daniel, and Kai all sold more than 15 cards. Thank you all for your support. We will celebrate all soon.

AYSO 350 Newsletter October 10, 2016

The newsletter is availble in PDF form here

Matches Continue

LaMadera has been a great home and we will continue to enjoy the atmosphere there. LaMdera will also host our picture day. We will photograph every team and player. The schedule is posted for each team.

Board Meeting

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!

Social Media

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

AYSO Philosophies

One of our philosophies is player development. Our goal is to provide a fun family envirornment with the emphasis on players enjoyment of the game and increasing their skills through instruction and player engagement. Every coach has a mission to increase your child's understanding and skills.

Special Points of Interest

  • Continue to park in designated areas
  • Support our policy on no pets on teh field
  • Support our policy on no smoking including e-cigarettes
  • Continue to keep our areas clean
  • Gold Cards are Still available
  • 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 commissioner@ayso350.org