Website Manager

American Youth Soccer Organization Providing world class youth soccer programs that enrich children's lives.

Welcome to AYSO R94- La Habra, Brea, Fullerton

Fall Season

Fall Soccer

Fall is the primary season of soccer. Fall soccer begins with practices in August and games in September. The season is 10 weeks beginning early September ending in November (number of games could be lessened due to weather). Our home games take place at Imperial Middle School. All games are on Saturdays. Upper divisions may travel to other neighboring regions to compete for away games.

Your registration payment includes a complete soccer uniform (jersey, shorts, and socks), picture package (you also have the opportunity to purchase additional pictures and other items), yearbook, player insurance, and national fees.

All players in non-competitive divisions (U4-U8) will also receive a participation trophy or medal at the end of the season. Competitive divisions are awarded medals or trophies based on standings and number of teams.

Volunteer involvement is critical to the success of AYSO soccer.It is important to note that Region 94 utilizes referee points that calculate into standings (see Referee page for volunteer information). All teams are required to meet the minimum number to points in order to advance to post season playoffs. 

AYSO is a true community organization, we rely on the help of our volunteers to create a strong, competitive, and successful program. You will be asked to help out each season by coaching, assistant coaching, referee, team parent, working snack shack, painting fields, setting up and taking down goals and nets.  We provide free training for coaches and referees just before the season. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out a volunteer form as you are registering your player.

See registration page for age current age chart. Region 94 adheres to USSF regulations and does not move players into other age brackets. 

Fall core program consists of divisions U6-U14. In addition to our core program, Region 94 also offers Flex which consists on U4, U5, VIP, and EXTRA. Information on Flex programs can be found under the "Our Programs" section of this site. 

Post-season

Post-season soccer consists of regional play-offs, area play-offs, section play-offs, and Western States tournament. We will post dates and information on these events in our calendar and game schedule. 

Tournaments

Region 94 encourages teams to participate in tournaments in order to encourage player development. We help put together tournament teams to represent our region annually Thanksgiving weekend. See your division coordinator for details. Players are responsible for tournament fees including referee participation and deposits.  

All-Stars

All-Stars is an extension of the fall season for U10-U14 divisions. All-Star players are recommended by their coaches, who work together to create one team per division and age bracket. It is a mini-season during the month of January where our we create our best teams compete against each region in our area (Area 11E). The 1st place area teams move on to play in the Section 11 All-Star tournament in February. 

FAQ's
When can I expect to hear from my child’s coach? Teams are handed out around the end of July. Practices can begin as early as August 1st. It is up to the coach to decide when to begin practice and have the first team meeting. You should hear from the coach by mid-August.

Who do I contact if I haven’t heard from my child’s coach? Please be patient, many families are on vacation during the summer months. If you haven’t heard from a coach by the 2nd week of August or if you have changes phone numbers, you can use the contact us tab to send a league email. The email will be forwarded to the team coach or to the child’s division coordinator.

How are teams created? Teams are created differently depending on age/division.

U-5 is played jamboree style. All boys are on one team and all girls are on another team. There is one head coach and a group of parent volunteers who serve as assistant coaches. Parent volunteers must have a volunteer form submitted.

U-6 teams are created mostly by school. Parents may request players be placed on the same team by writing the other child’s name in the registration application. The division coordinator will make their best effort to place the kids together.

U-8 teams are created similarly to U-6 other than that the coordinator attempts to balance the teams by having the same number of older and younger players on each team. Example- four- six year old players and 3 7 year old players.

U10-U14 teams are created by draft. All competitive divisions rate players by skill level. Coaches turn in a player evaluation with player ratings. If the player is new to Region 94, they perform a skill test at registration. Before the season, coaches meet at the draft and select players from each skill level bracket.

U16 & U19 teams take registration until they reach a full team.

Is there a more competitive program within AYSO? Yes, AYSO offers an EXTRA program. During registration we set up tryouts for EXTRA that are open to all players from U-10 through U-14. If it is determined by the evaluators and board staff that we have a team that can be competitive traveling to other regions without adversely effecting the regular league then a Flex team will be formed. There is an additional fee to play EXTRA. Fees cover tournaments and an additional uniform. In addition to EXTRA, registered players may try out for Pacific Soccer Club through Area 11E. For more information on PSC, go to the Area 11 E website www.area11e.org.

National Partners

Region 94 Team Sponsors

Social Media

Contact Us

AYSO Region 94 La Habra, Brea, Fullerton

P.O. Box 3774 
La Habra, California 90631

Copyright © 2017 Region 94  |  Terms Of Use |  Privacy Statement Login
Blue Sombrero