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AYSO Soccer - Hebrew Academy Sunday Program


AYSO Soccer will be returning to the Hebrew Academy for Sunday games this Fall. We hope you'll join us!


Please forward this email on to your friends that you would like to join our program.


If you are unfamiliar with AYSO, please scroll to the bottom of this email for more information.


How to Register:

· On-line Application - Please complete your registration application at Be sure to e-sign the application. Print one (1) copy. Do not pay on-line you will be charged too much! Important: Please be sure to enter Hebrew Academy as your child's school.

If you already paid on line, we will refund the extra amount you paid.

· Payment - Cost for registrations mailed by August 7th is $90 for your first child and $80 for each sibling registered at the same time. Registrations mailed after August 7th: Cost is $100 per child, no sibling discount.

· Proof of Age - Players who did not register with Region 143 in the past MUST supply proof of age (Birth Certificate or Passport.) Registrations for new players will not be accepted without proof of age.

· Mail In Registration - Please print and mail in one copy of the application (with a copy of your child's birth certificate or passport, if a new player) together with a check payable to AYSO Region 143. Please mail not later than August 7th

Mail to:

AYSO Region 143

Sunday Program

16458 Bolsa Chica St PMB 568

Huntington Beach CA 92649

· If you have problems with eAYSO Some people find that their players do not show up as returning players under their eAYSO account. This means that your players are not linked to your eAYSO account. For this or any other eAYSO problem, please contact the Support Desk.


Call (866) 588-2976 or email to .


Mon-Fri: 8:00a - 5:00p PT
Sat: 6:00a - 3:00p PT
Sun: 8:00a - 12:00p PT

· Questions about Registration Contact our registrar, Carla Sackreiter, at


Here is some key information about our Hebrew Academy program:

  • The program is open to boys and girls 4 - 14 whose birth dates fall between August 1, 2001, and August 31, 2011.
  • Games will played Sunday mornings at Hebrew Academy. Games are typically at 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM, but depends on the number of teams we have.
  • Games will played against teams from Region 143 and possibly other local Regions in Huntington Beach that also play on Saturdays.
  • Practices may begin after August 3. We will try to organize some practice sessions in August. First game will likely be Sunday, September 13th. Last games will be in early November. We will work around Jewish holidays.
  • Players also need the following equipment (at your expense)
    • Soccer jersey and socks (you can purchase this from Region 143 for approximately $20 and reuse for several seasons
    • Shoes closed toe athletic shoes (soccer cleats or turf shoes preferred, sneakers OK no baseball cleats or metal cleats allowed)
    • Shinguards (you must also wear socks that completely cover the shinguards)
    • Black shorts or skirt
    • Soccer ball Size 3 for players under 8, Size 4 for players under 12, and Size 5 for players 12-14.
    • Water at each practice and games


· We are an all-volunteer organization each team needs a coach, assistant coach, 1 referee (for Under 8 teams), 3 referees (8 and above), and a team parent (helps the coaches manage the team). We provide training no knowledge of soccer is necessary. If you are willing to help coach or referee, please contact David Kuiper by email at


Here is some of what AYSO provides in exchange for your fees:

    • Water at each practice and games
    • Opportunities to play children on other teams in organized games the Hebrew Academy will be on our schedule from opening day!
    • Team and individual player photos (Fall only)
    • Trophy or medal for each player (Fall only)
    • Region picnic Photo day, carnival games, jump houses, food, silent auction Sunday, Sept. 27
    • Age appropriate training for coaches and referees
    • Coaching and team equipment
    • Referee uniforms and equipment
    • Background checks for all volunteers
    • Safe Haven Program Child Protection Training for all volunteers
    • Soccer Accident Insurance secondary coverage in case your player is injured while participating in AYSO events
    • Liability Insurance for your program and volunteers
    • AYSO communications
    • Playsoccer Magazine
    • E-Newsletters for coaches, referees and parents
    • Kid Zone Program to deal with disruptive parents, volunteers and play
    • Very Important Player (VIP) Program for players with disabilities




American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)

AYSO is child-first and child focused. We are a soccer organization with happy, healthy kids as our passion.

Every decision, every rule and every program has "what's good for kids" as its basis. Every girl and boy stepping on a soccer field for the first time can have fun. AYSO's child-first approach also makes it one of the finest player development programs. Everybody likes to win, but developing successful players and people is what's fundamental in AYSO.

You can set a soccer ball down on any corner in the world and have friends. It is a global sport that Americans have embraced in record numbers... because it's fun even with a beginner's skill. It's also a game you can play and enjoy for the rest of your life.

With children's natural joy in running and kicking, soccer builds on these two skills and adds in techniques to control the ball and work as a team. It also encourages creative decision making and strategic thinking. And it's a fast game that keeps each player moving the entire time. In AYSO there's no spending the game on the bench! Every player is guaranteed to play at least half of the game and our Region policy is that everyone plays at least three-quarters of every game.

AYSO has age appropriate small-sided games. A full size soccer team has 11 players on the field. But smaller-sided teams for younger children allow more touches on the ball and a more successful soccer learning environment. AYSO small-sided games emulate classic "street soccer" where children of many skill levels choose up teams and play together for a fun neighborhood game. This is a similar environment to where many of the greatest soccer players in the world developed their skills.


Please also see A Parent Guide to AYSO


For more information about AYSO Region 143, please go to


For other general information about AYSO, please go to


We look forward to sharing some wonderful times on the field with you and your families!


David Kuiper

AYSO Region 143

Regional Commissioner


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