AYSO Region 104


world class soccer programs that enrich children's lives

Registration for 2015-2016

Early-Bird Registration Begins April 1

Registration for the Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 season must be completed online at eAYSO.org.

  • Login to eAYSO.org and complete the registration form online.
  • Print one copy of the form for each child registered.
  • Bring the form(s) and registration fee (check, cash, or credit card) to one of our registration events listed below. (If you are new to AYSO, you will also need to bring a birth certificate so that the birth date can be confirmed.)

Login to eayso.org and apply for registration today!! **Everyone MUST apply to eayso.org and be in the system to complete registration!**

Main Spring Registration Event

Sunday April 26, from 10 AM to 4 PM

Southwest Secondary Learning Center

10301 Candelaria Rd. NE (corner of Candelaria and Morris)

Go to the registration page for all the details.

Welcome to AYSO Region 104

Serving Albuquerque, New Mexico Since 1978

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Welcome to AYSO Region 104 serving the youth of Albuquerque, New Mexico since 1978. We are the largest recreational youth soccer organization in town, with hundreds of local volunteers and about 2500 soccer players ranging from 4 to 19 years of age.

The American Youth Soccer Organization set out in 1964 to accomplish two goals. First, to promote soccer to American youth. If you've driven around Albuquerque lately and seen the number of parks filled with soccer players, you can see that goal has been accomplished. Second, to improve the way youth sports are conducted. AYSO wants to change the traditional youth sports paradigm where some kids never get to play and the only communication between coach and players involves the command "Drop and give me 20." How does AYSO accomplish that? Our mission is to develop and deliver quality youth soccer programs in a fun, family environment based on AYSO's Six Philosophies.

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Playtime Adventure

America's #1 Physical Development Program for Children 3 to 6!

AYSO Region 104 is partnering with UK Soccer to bring Playtime Adventure to Albuquerque.

The program starts Monday March 30, so sign up now at the registration page.

For more information see http://playtimeadventure.com

1000 Minutes to Better Soccer

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Improve Your Soccer - Enjoy a Party!

Attention all players: Do you want to get a party, recognition, and a cool shirt just for increasing your soccer skills? Then join the AYSO 1000 minutes program! Any player from U5 to U19 is encouraged to join. What is the 1000 minutes program? Click here for more information.

Coaches, get your players off to a good start for the season by explaining the 1000 Minutes program and encouraging them to participate. You can give them suggestions for things to work on during their individual practice, or you can have them download the 1000 Minutes Manual and work on foot skills. A little practice goes a long way!

Field Markers

Not Just Magic

I'll bet you thought field marking happened by magic; illusive fairies descend on the fields at night and paint lines so we can play soccer. Well, it's something like that. It is our dedicated corps of volunteer field markers, often unseen and unacknowledged, who make sure our fields are properly marked for each game. They battle the elements and the city's mowing and watering schedule for the players. So if you happen to see someone paining lines on our fields, take a minute to shake their hand and say, "Thanks!" And if you'd like to volunteer to be a field marker, please e-mail the Field Marking Administrator. He will set you up with equipment and training.

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Injury Forms

Important Reminder for Coaches

Coaches, remember that if a player ever gets injured at a practice or a game, you are required to fill out an incident form and turn it in to the Safety Director within 24 hours. If you have questions about how to fill out the form, please contact the Safety Director. For more information about the Soccer Accident Insurance, see the information in the Parents section.

Safe Haven Training

AYSO Safe Haven Program

Training to Keep Volunteers and Children Safe

In an effort to protect all of our players and volunteers, AYSO requires all volunteers who will be working directly with the children to take our Safe Haven class. All coaches, assistant coaches and referees are required to take the class.

Region 104 implements this policy by requiring new volunteers to take the Safe Haven class from a certified instructor. Volunteers are required to take this class once. The best bet for this training is the Annual Coach and Referee Meeting. New referees who miss the Annual Coach and Referee Meeting can get their Safe Haven training as part of their referee clinic. If you are a coach or assistant coach who has never taken the Safe Haven course before, and you miss the annual meeting, you must attend one of the Safe Haven classes shown on the training schedule.

Sandia Volunteer Service Awards

"Sandia Serves"

Attention Sandia National Laboratories Employees - Your Volunteering Efforts May Result in Funding for AYSO! Sandia National Laboratories has a tradition of recognizing the volunteer support of its employees. Realizing that there are many employees involved in a wide variety of civic activities outside of work, they have developed the Community Service Awards program, called "Sandia Serves", to provide financial support for employee involvement.

Sandia National Laboratories employees volunteering 100, 250 or 500 hours to AYSO in a calendar year are eligible to participate.

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