|Welcome to the 2014 Section 11 EXTRA Spring Program|
We are excited you will be joining us and we look forward to a safe, fair and fun season.
Remember AYSO is a game for kids played by kids.
Extra Spring 2014
U9 and U-10 will play 7 v 7 - 25 min halves
U-11 will play 9 v 9 - 30 min halves
U-12 will play 11 v 11 - 30 min halves
U-13 and U-14 will play 11 v 11 - 35 min halves
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO CHECK THE SCHEDULES 24 HOURS BEFORE THE START OF YOUR GAME.
Field Directions and Mudline (field closures) will be posted on the respective Area/Region's web site http://www.aysosection11.com/index.php/regions.html
For the safety of our players and in accordance with City and School District policies, NO DOGS or PETS are to be present at any AYSO EXTRA Program games, except for properly identified service animals.
Please be a good host and a respectful guest; be courteous around homes neighboring the fields and clean up when you leave.
As a participant in the EXTRA Program each team agrees and is expected to appear for all scheduled games.
All questions or concerns are to be directed to your Regional Commissioner (RC) or Regional Coordinator.
EXTRA PROGRAM RULES OF PLAY (U10-U16)
Coaches and players must be on the eAYSO roster approved by the Regional Commissioner or designee.
Pre-game Check-in Procedure
Coaches shall be prepared to check-in their teams a minimum of fifteen (15) minutes prior to the scheduled game time.
Players must be in full uniform with shin guards and ready for play when called for check-in. In case of conflicting colors, the referee will require the designated home team to change uniforms or wear pinnies.
Each coach shall present the following to the referee:
1. Laminated Player ID cards
2. Laminated Coach ID cards
3. Completed eAYSO game (line-up) card including the name of each player on the team roster listed in numerical order by uniform number.
ID Cards are required for all players and coaches. No Card = No Participation.
Coaches must wear their ID card in plain view. A maximum of two (2) coaches shall be allowed to instruct their players during the game.
Failure to present the Player and Coach ID cards will result in a forfeit.
AYSO Registration Forms (medical release forms) for each player must be available at every AYSO event (practice and games).
The referee will NOT ask for the team roster and/or player registration forms as part of the check-in process.
EXTRA Program Format
Games shall be played in regulation time (U10 - two 25 minute halves; U11/U12 - two 30 min. halves; U13/U14 - two 35 min. halves and U16 – two 40 min. halves.).
Points will be awarded for each game as follows:
a. Win 3 points
b. Tie 1 point
c. Loss 0 points
ONE (1) POINT WILL BE DEDUCTED FOR ANY OF THE SEVEN SENDING-OFF OFFENSES (RED CARD) RECEIVED BY A PLAYER.
ONE (1) POINT WILL BE DEDUCTED FOR EACH INSTANCE OF A COACH OR SPECTATOR FAILING TO ACT IN A RESPONSIBLE MANNER.
Forfeits will be scored as a 0-1 loss.
Section 11 applies a zero tolerance policy on any type of physical or verbal abuse directed towards our volunteer referees.
Referee decisions during a match are final and not subject to protest.
WRONG SCORE POSTED
If a wrong score has been posted send an email to the Section 11 Administrator email@example.com
The e-mail must contain the following in order:
a) Game number.
b) Age/Gender of Team.
c) Goals of home team. (home team is first team on the schedule)
d) Goals of visiting team.
e) Name and position on team, of person requesting change.
”ENRICHING CHILDREN'S LIVES”
AYSO Section 11 expects that all coaches, spectators, players and officials will conduct themselves in a proper manner according to the AYSO Philosophies and principles of positive coaching, fair play and good sportsmanship.
The Section Director and designated staff with the cooperation of the Area Directors shall have jurisdiction over the Section 11 EXTRA Program.
The Section 11 EXTRA Program shall be conducted in accordance with the current AYSO National Rules and Regulations, AYSO National Policy Statements, the current FIFA Laws of the Game (AYSO Edition), the Section 11 Guidelines and the Section 11 - FLEX Program EXTRA Play Guidelines (Effective January 30, 2012) and the Spring Supplemental (Revised January 14, 2013).
Any situation or subject not covered by the aforementioned rules, regulations or guidelines shall be decided upon by the Section Director or designee.
Any information posted to the Section 11 website or schedule will be considered an official communication for Section 11 administered programs. It is the responsibility of all AYSO members in Section 11 to monitor the website and schedules for all applicable information.
THE SECTION 11 DIRECTOR OR DESIGNEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO RULE ON, CANCEL, POSTPONE, CHANGE, OR MODIFY GAME TIMES, DATES, NUMBER OF GAMES AND LOCATIONS OF ANY AND ALL GAMES SCHEDULED BY SECTION 11.
AMERICAN YOUTH SOCCER ORGANIZATION (AYSO)
To provide world class youth soccer programs that enrich childrens lives
To develop and deliver quality youth soccer programs, which promote a fun, family environment based on the AYSO Philosophies
Everyone Plays - Our region’s goal is for kids to play soccer so we mandate that every player on every team must play at least half of every game.
Balanced Teams - Each year we form new teams as evenly balanced as possible because it is fair and more fun when teams of equal ability play.
Open Registration - Our program is open to all children between 4 and 18 years of age who want to register and play soccer. Interest and enthusiasm are the only criteria for playing.
Positive Coaching - Kids win when they are built up, not when they are torn down! We train and encourage our coaches to make the extra effort to understand and offer positive help to our players, rather than negative criticism.
Good Sportsmanship - We strive to create a positive environment based on mutual respect, rather than a win-at-all-costs attitude, and our program is designed to instill good sportsmanship in every facet of AYSO.
Player Development - We believe that all players should be able to develop their soccer skills and knowledge to the best of their abilities, both individually and as members of a team, in order to maximize their enjoyment of the game.
Have a wonderful, safe and fun season of AYSO Soccer,
Section 11 Extra Spring Program Administrator
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