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  • AYSA Partners with Scottsdale Online Learning

    AYSA Partners with Scottsdale Online Learning

    10/22/2015 AYSA proudly announces its partnership with Scottsdale Unified School District – Scottsdale Online Learning (SOL) program. The partnership is intended to inform all high school aged kids in Arizona that they can complete their high school degree online, regardless of where they are in the world!...
  • It is with Deep Regret and Sadness that we Announce the Passing of Sereno Soccer Founder Joe Salomon

    It is with Deep Regret and Sadness that we Announce the Passing of Sereno Soccer Founder Joe Salomon

    10/20/2015 Joseph Martin Salomon was born in Retinne, Belgium on February 18, 1932. He and his family endured the hardships of the Nazi occupation during which time Joe from a very young age rode his bicycle to deliver messages for the Resistance. Once his education was completed, Joe followed his sister to Cleveland, Ohio in 1956, moving to Phoenix in 1960. In 1967, he married Dorothy Hicks and together they raised their son, Martin.
  • 2016 US Youth Soccer Regional and National Presidents Cup Dates and Host Locations Announced

    2016 US Youth Soccer Regional and National Presidents Cup Dates and Host Locations Announced

    10/08/2015 FRISCO, Texas (Oct. 7, 2015) - US Youth Soccer is proud to announce the dates and locations for the 2016 US Youth Soccer Regional and National Presidents Cup events - a progressive, competitive experience for US Youth Soccer teams from the state to regional to US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup level.
  • Player Development Initiatives - USSF Board Approved!

    Player Development Initiatives - USSF Board Approved!

    08/19/2015 On July 5, 2015 the USSF Board of Directors approved the “Player Development Initiatives” developed and proposed by the National Coaching Staff. These initiatives mandate a small-sided games format for Under 12 and younger age groups along with a move to calendar-year registration for all age groups.

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  • AYSA Newsletter - October 2015
    The October 2015 edition of the AYSA E-Newsletter is now available. Please click through to learn more about current and exciting things going on in the world of youth soccer in our state. Features include news articles, important safety reminders, upcoming events and more...

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  • 2015/16 ODP Player Pools Announced
    Following tryouts on the weekend of August 15 & 16, 2015, Arizona Youth Soccer Association is pleased to announce the list of those who were selected to the Player Pools for their respective age-groups. AYSA would like to congratulate and thank everyone who tried out this season! Please click through for the list by tryout number...

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  • Coaching Course Schedule
    Coaching Course Schedule AYSA is pleased to offer several coaching courses throughout the 2015-2016 season. Also, US Soccer is pleased to introduce the USSF "F" License. This is a two-hour course, conducted entirely online, intended for all parents and coaches of youth players.

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  • Revised AYSA Concussion Policy & Return Forms
    Just a reminder that AYSA has a set of revised Concussion "Return to Play" forms for the upcoming 2015/16 season. Revised with the assistance of AYSA partner, Banner Concussion Center, the "Return to Play" forms are intended to ensure that any AYSA player who sustains a head injury/concussion has proper medical clearance from the injury prior to returning to play. Please click thru to learn more...

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  • AYSA Partners with Phoenix Area Papa Murphy's Take & Bake Pizza Locations!
    Arizona Youth Soccer Association proudly announces its partnership with Papa Murphy’s Pizza Phoenix Market. The partnership includes an ongoing discount on pizza for members of AYSA with a key tag that can be presented in-store to receive the discount, pizza sampling at games and other engaging promotions...

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