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Welcome to the Truckee AYSO Fall Soccer Program -  We are a recreational program open to all children ages 4 to 15.  No soccer experience is necessary - this is the place to learn and have fun.  We feature non-competitive training for our youngest players and friendly competitive team play for ages 5 and older. Our emphasis is always on learning the game and keeping everything fun, safe, and fair.

Registration Period: April 15-30, 2024 (volunteers only); May 1-31, 2024
Waitlist established after May 31

We are a well-structured volunteer-run program established in 1980
The more volunteers we have, the more teams we can have.
Not enough volunteers means less players 

April 15-30:  $
May 1-15:  $
May 16-31:  $
AYSO membership fee: $20
*Scholarships available
*Refund Policy: 100% of registration fees before August 1, 50% between Aug 1 - Aug 24, 0% after August 24. The $20 AYSO national membership fee and the $2.75 SportsConnect fees are non-refundable.


Ensure Truckee AYSO emails are not in your Junk Mail
Sign up a secondary email contacts so multiple guardians can be contacted
Review periodically for program updates

Important Dates

August 25 - Opening Day, uniform distribution, meet your team 
September 7 - SoccerFest, picture day all teams, every team plays, @ Riverview park


We are an all-volunteer non-profit organization. We rely on volunteers to coach, referee, and administer the program. We usually have roughly 800 players enrolled across 80 teams.

No experience is necessary.  We will teach you how to coach.
All teams are led by Adult Volunteer Coaches.  It helps if each team has both a head and co-coach.  Read more about Coaching. For more info, contact [email protected].

We need Referees to keep our games safe, fun, and fair.
No experience is necessary.  We will provide you with free training and equipment.
Referees can be as young as 10.
Siblings, friends, uncles, parents, single parents, and grandparents are the core of our volunteer program. 
Read more about Refereeing
Contact our Referee Team at [email protected] for more information.

Coaches and referees have frequently stated how much their participation changed their lives for the better

Teams also rely on Parents and other Adult Family Members to help manage team communications, organize the snack schedule, and other duties. Join the team!

Division coordinators help arrange teams and schedules to manage information sharing and communications across a specific division to create the most opportunities for each player to play.

We are also looking for Volunteer Board Members to help run the program.  There’s a lot going on behind the scenes!  Contact [email protected] if you’d like more information about volunteer opportunities on our Board. 

Fall Program is open to all children born between 2008 and 2019. No experience is necessary.  Boys and Girls are divided into Age Divisions based on year of birth for team placement. These divisions allow for balanced teams and age appropriate development. Players cannot play “down” in younger age groups without medical clearance and only under league-approved circumstances. Just because a child is small for their age does not make them eligible to play in a younger age group.

Age Division

Birth Year (Jan 1 - Dec 31)

Schoolyard (5U)









2015, 2016


2013, 2014


2011, 2012


2009, 2010


Team Formation (6U and older)

Player assignment to teams is BALANCED by age, gender, skill, and experience so that no single team dominates. Same gender siblings in the same age division will be placed together.
There are no changes to team assignments once teams are formed, even if you have schedule conflicts with practices or games.
The league does not take requests for players to be on the same team. The teams must be balanced, this is one of the core philosophies of AYSO.  

Practices and Games

Schoolyard 5U, and 6U:  No weekday practices, Saturday game @ Regional Park
1 practice and 1 game per week @ Meadow Park or Glenshire Elementary
2 practices and 1 game per week @ Meadow Park, Regional Park, and Glenshire Elementary
2 practices and 1 game per week @ Riverview Park

Soccer is only suspended due to lightning, thunder, or very-poor air quality. Expect communications to primary and secondary contacts when there are climate related issues. To ensure the schedule works for your family, volunteer to be a coach or division coordinator. NOTE: Players will not be reassigned if they have schedule conflicts with games or practices. This is standard in all seasonal sports and activities. Please make participation during the season a priority.

Uniforms, Equipment and Player Safety

AYSO provides uniforms, including: Jerseys, shorts, and socks.
Parents must provide: Shin guards and footwear (sneakers, or running shoes, or soccer cleats, or turf shoes). Players must wear their full uniform at all gamesNational rules stipulate that players not wearing the same uniform as their team may not be allowed to play in the games.Uniforms are not necessary for practices.

Safety is extremely important 

Shin guards, which should be completely covered by socks, are required during practices and games, by National soccer authority guidelines.
“All items of jewelry (necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, leather bands, rubber bands, etc.) are forbidden and must be removed. Using tape to cover jewelry is not permitted.” [Laws of the Game]
The only exception are Medical ID bracelets, which must be taped down.
“Non-dangerous protective equipment, for example headgear, facemasks and knee and arm protectors made of soft, lightweight padded material is permitted, as are goalkeepers’ caps and sports spectacles.” [Laws of the Game]
Hard casts, splints with metal bracing, hats, or sunglasses are not allowed.
Open-toed shoes, metal-tipped cleats (baseball/softball), and toe-tip (football) cleats are dangerous and not allowed. [Laws of the Game]

Registration Fees

From April 15-31, early bird registration is $___, plus additional $20 AYSO National Membership Fee.
From May 1-15, registration is $, plus additional $20 AYSO National Membership Fee.
From May 16-31, registration is $, plus additional $20 AYSO National Membership Fee.
Registration closes after May 31.
If a parent misses this 6 week registration window, players may be added to a waitlist which will only be activated if 1) enough players sign-up on the waitlist to build a new team, and 2) a parent volunteers to be a coach.
Sibling Discounts:  $25 for each additional sibling

General questions to [email protected]
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PO Box 27 
Truckee, California 96160

Email Us: [email protected]
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