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Parents Corner

We are only successful because of our volunteers.  To find to a volunteer position that is perfect for you, please email [email protected] 

Fall 2018 Game Schedules

6U PDF
8U PDF
10U PDF
12U PDF

Coach Contact Information

Coaches will be reaching out to their families during the week before the season opens.  If you have not heard from your coach by July 31st, you can email our Coach Admin at [email protected]

What does each player need?
Soccer has limited equipment requirements

AYSO Region 710 provides:
-Uniforms (shirt, shorts, and socks)
-Field Equipment, such as goals, nets, and flags

Families provide:
-Shin guards (mandatory during practice and games; must be completely covered by socks).
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Regulation soccer shoes, gym shoes, or sneaker (with or without cleats) are permissible in all AYSO competitions, subject to the referee's approval regarding their safety. Soccer cleats are strongly encouraged, as fields may be slippery.  Soccer cleats allow for better grip on the field.
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It is helpful to have an extra pair of socks for training sessions.
-Water for player at each training session and game.

The coaches will have a few soccer balls for training sessions, but if your child can bring his or her own, it makes it easier to train. If you would like to purchase a soccer ball for use at home, please use the following guide: 

Age DivisionSize 
Playground, 6U & 8U3
 10U & 12U4
14U, 16U &18U5

 

Proper Dress for Players

  • Uniforms, shin guards, and shoes as described above
  • Players shall not be allowed to practice or participate in any game with any type of cast or splint. Removal of any type of cast or split at the field or surrounding area in order to participate shall disqaulify the player from practice or game participation.
  • Players shall not wear anything that is dangerous to either themselves or other players.
  • Players may not wear jewelry of any kind (including chains, watches, body jewelry and earrings), bandanas or other ornamentation or anything else that may, in the opinion of the referee, create an increased risk of injury to himself or herself or to other players during the game.
  • Medical information bracelets should not be removed, but can be covered with a soft wrist band or temporarily modified to fit more snugly.
  • Prescription eyeglasses may be worn, but must remain firmly on the wearer’s head. A restraining strap may be worn. Non-prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses are not permitted to be worn by a player during a game.


Silent Saturday
 - Date TBD
This is the day we get to watch our kids shine. The kids can talk and help each other, the parents and coaches stay quiet!
Silent Saturday is a great chance for the kids to use their leadership skills, bond as a team, and for parents to take a break from cheering!

Parent Code of Conduct
As a parent, you play a special role in contributing to the needs and development of youngsters.
Through your encouragement and good example, you can help all the boys and girls learn good sportsmanship and self-discipline. In AYSO, young people learn to work together, to sacrifice for the good of the team, to enjoy winning and deal appropriately with defeat - all while becoming physically fit and healthy. Best of all, they have fun.

Support Your Child
Supporting your child by giving encouragement and showing interest in their team is very important.
Help your child work toward skill improvement and good sportsmanship in every game. Teach your child that hard work and an honest effort are often more important than victory - that way your child will always be a winner despite the outcome of the game!

Always Be Positive
Parents serve as role models for their children. Be aware of this fact and work to be a positive role model. Applaud good plays by your child's team as well as good plays by the opposing team.
Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from youth sports.

Remember: Your Child Wants To Have Fun
Remember that your child is the one playing soccer, not you. It's very important to let children establish their own goals - to play the game for themselves. Take care not to impose your own standards and goals on them.
Don't put too heavy a burden on your child to win games. Surveys reveal that 72% of children would rather play for a losing team than ride the bench for a winning team.
Children play for the fun of playing.

Reinforce Positive Behavior
Positive reinforcement is the best way to help your child achieve their goals and overcome their natural fear of failure. Nobody likes to make mistakes. If your child does make one, remember it's all part of learning, so encourage your child's efforts and point out the good things your child accomplished.

Don't Be A Sideline Coach Or Referee
AYSO coaches and referees are usually parents just like you. They volunteer their time to help make your child's soccer experience a positive one. They need your support, too.That means refrain from coaching or refereeing from the sidelines. In a volunteer organization like AYSO there's always an opportunity to take your interest in coaching or refereeing to the next level and become one yourself!

Please Remember…
AYSO is a parent-based volunteer organization established to provide a positive experience for our children. Go to the games. Learn the rules. Above all, be tolerant of the children’s coaches and referees mistakes and weaknesses.  If you would like to help out please contact our volunteer coordinator at [email protected]

**Please remember to lock your vehicles and keep valuables tucked away while you are at the field. We are in a public area and many people just walk through the area who are looking for opportunities. We would like to believe that people like this are outside of AYSO. 
AYSO 710 holds no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged property.
We highly recommend that in the event that you notice a theft that you report it to the Washoe County Sheriffs Office immediately at 334-COPS.**

 

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216 Lemmon Drive, #363
Reno, Nevada 89506

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