Register on-line at
www.eAYSO.org. The on-line registration process takes about 15 minutes. If you've not done eAYSO before, click the "Read More" button to get all the details. The important point is that you select the APS elementary school serving your neighborhood regardless of where your child attends school. Sign and Pay Online - or Come to a Registration Session
You can pay your registraiton fee and sign your forms online or at a registration session. We accept cash, check, money order, or credit card. If you attend a registration session, please bring a copy of your registration form.
If your player has played with Region 104 before, and you choose to sign and pay online, you are done with registration. There's nothing more to do but wait for a phone call from a coach in August!
New Players Need a Birth Certificate
For players who are new to AYSO Region 104, you will need to bring a copy of your registration form and the player's birth certificate to a registration session.
We just need to see the birth certificate to verify the birthdate. We won't be keeping a copy.
Go to eAYSO
When you click on the
eAYSO link, eAYSO will open in a new tab or window. That way you can refer back to the instructions, below, as you use eAYSO. When you are done there, you can come back here and continue the registration steps.
You'll see options for first time users or returning users. Click on the correct button for your situation. Then you'll get to a screen with General Instructions. Start at the left with Parent – fill in or update all information. You'll then see options for volunteering. Even though you've already completed the Volunteer Sign-Up Sheet you printed, please select any volunteer opportunities that interest you on this page as well.
Click Next and you'll be asked to enter your region information. We are Region 104. You'll then see a screen verifying you chose Region 104.
Click Next and it's time to enter or update your child's information. In addition to the * fields, Region 104
requires you to select an APS elementary school and provide an email address. Our volunteers need your email address to be able to easily contact you in case of any registration anomaly.
When you register a player, you will find a drop down list called "School." Choose the APS
elementary (not middle, high, pre or private) school that serves your neighborhood. This is the school district for your neighborhood, not necessarily the school your child attends. This is how the computer places children on teams in or near their neighborhood. IF YOU SELECT "OTHER", YOUR CHILD WILL BE RANDOMLY PLACED ON A TEAM IN THE GREATER ALBUQUERQUE AREA. It is very difficult and time consuming for volunteers to contact parents to find out what school they really meant when they select "Other." If your child will be playing in the
VIP program, please select VIP as the school. If your child has an
August birthday, you have a decision to make. AYSO places you on a team based on your age on August 1. APS puts you in a grade based on your age on September 1. Children born in August can play with their age group and be the oldest players on the team or play with their grade and be the youngest players on the team. To let us know your choice, please enter "Play with age" or "Play with grade" in the box on the registration form next to the statement, "Players living in the same household … are registering now". If you leave this box empty, you will probably get a phone call from a registration volunteer, or your child may be placed on a team with his or her age. It is very difficult and time consuming for volunteers to contact parents to find out what division they really wanted. If your child will be
playing U19 next season, select _U19B if your child is a boy or _U19G if your child is a girl. Because U19 is an experimental division with AYSO National, players are allowed to request to play either a certain coach or with certain friends. In the text box next to the statement, "Players living in the same household … are registering now:" please note either the names of friends or the name of the coach you would prefer to be on your team. If this field is left blank, your child will be placed on a team based on your zip code. Coaches for U19B and U19G will be posted include as they volunteer and are identified. Every effort will be made to accommodate your request, but it is not guaranteed. Click submit and you'll return to a page which gives you the option to display and print your forms.
You can pay your registraiton fee and sign your forms at a registration session. We accept cash, check, money order, or credit card.
Once your on-line registration is complete, if you plan to attend a registration session, you will need to
print and sign a registration form, then return to this website and continue with the remaining steps. Turn off your pop-up blocker if you have problems printing the forms and receipts.
When you print your registration form, it will show an even number division (U6, U8, U10, etc.) If that seems wrong, don't worry, as long as the birth date is correct, we'll put your player in the right division.
Volunteers who will work with the kids or with information about the kids: Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Referees, and Regional Board and Staff Members must complete a volunteer application on
eAYSO. The volunteer application allows us to conduct background checks on our volunteers to make sure the kids are safe. As a bonus, registered volunteers qualify for coverage under our Soccer Accident Insurance policy.
To apply as a volunteer complete the following steps:
Complete a volunteer application on eAYSO.
Print two copies of the completed volunteer application.
Submit the volunteer applications at registration in person (bring a photo ID with you).
Once approved and assigned a position you must attend the appropriate training (see Job Descriptions).
When you Log in to
eAYSO, pick one of the four volunteer links that fits your situation (if you're under 18 years old, pick one of the youth categories):
Apply as a new adult volunteer.
Apply as a returning adult volunteer.
Apply as a new youth volunteer.
Apply as a returning youth volunteer.
Fill out the form.
Print two copies of the completed volunteer application.
Bring the two copies with you with a photo ID when you come to registration.
Just before the season starts, you will have an opportunity to receive training for your volunteer position.
Safe Haven Certification - all volunteers must attend this imporant certification class at least once (referees typically receive this training as part of their referee training.)
Job Specific Training - most of our volunteer positions include training so that you can be successful at your job. For a list of upcoming training opportunities, see the "Get Involved" section of the website. If you need training that is not listed on the training schedule, talk to your Division Commissioner.
Tell Us What You Want to Do
If you're interested in being a coach for your child's team, you need to let us know so we can make sure your Division Commissioner gives you a call. We've created a form form that, and whether you are a new coach or a returning coach, we need you to fill it out. So, take a minute to fill out the
Region 104 volunteer form so we know who you are. It's all electronic, so there is nothing to print and return. Referees
If you're interested in being a referee for your child's team, filling out the
Region 104 volunteer form will let us know to contact you about training opportunities before the sesaon starts. No pressure, but if you'd like to be notified, please fill it out.
If you would like to be one of the staff members who make this region run, a Division Commissioner or Division Registrar, please fill out the
Region 104 volunteer form. We will contact you to tell you about the position, give you training, and get you started.
Returning parents are encouraged to complete a
Coach Evaluation survey online. This is really important to help us provide you with a great coach, and it only takes a minute or so. There is nothing to print out and return, so please fill it out.