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AYSO Region 65 Rancho Cucamonga Youth Soccer


This region is made up of volunteers...

Attention New & Returning Volunteers
see below for information re: the Fall 2020 season

Parents just like you. If you would like to volunteer in any way, just ask anyone wearing a red AYSO logo shirt (these are the board members) and they will direct you, even if you do not know much about soccer.

Our coaches attend age specific training clinics each season with practice times that are age specific at our fields. 

Our area of greatest need right now are referees. If you are interested in volunteering to become a referee, AYSO has referee clinics that you can attend. Won't you please consider becoming an AYSO referee? New referees are NOT expected to referee games played by our teenagers. New referees will start reffing games of younger aged children.

To Volunteer for any Board Position, email [email protected] 
To sign up to Coach, click: Coach Page
To sign up to Referee, click: Referee Training Page

Fall 2020 Volunteers

Attention Fall 2020 Volunteers

We encourage our returning and especially any new volunteers to sign up for the Fall 2020 season as soon as possible!
At this time, we are asking that you only complete Phase 1 of the Volunteer Registration process.

This includes signing up as a Head Coach or Assistant Coach (in the Fall 2020 Core program) and Referee or Board Member (in the Referee & Board Registration - MY20 program) and then eSigning the volunteer application form.

Once you have eSigned you will see the following message where you would normally continue to the Sterling Volunteers website to start the Background Check process.


We are asking you NOT to proceed to Phase 2 - DO NOT select Start Background Check Process
Click OK to end the volunteer signup at this time.

Background Check Fee

Normally, Region 65 pays the $25 fee for the background check. However, the system is temporarily set to charge you for this fee! - yikes 
This is only meant as a flag so that you do not continue with the process.

As a volunteer organization, we do not want to incur a huge expense and we also know that many of you graciously choose to pay the fee to help out the region. We are asking that you do not continue so that you do not have to pay those fees if there is a chance we are not able to move forward with the Fall season. 

This will allow us to gather the pool of volunteers and verify training certifications.
We will send out an email notification when you can proceed.


If you are a Head Coach, be sure to provide us with your desired Asst Coach when you complete the volunteer profile and make sure to have your Asst Coach sign up as well.  It is extremely important to signup and complete the minimum required online training courses as soon as possible.  The training requirements are the same for both Head & Assistant coaches.

At a minimum, to be considered as a coach for the Fall 2020 season, you must have completed the following Online courses...

  - Safe Haven
  - CDC Concussion
  - Coach course for your requested division. 

  - Also, the new California State - Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) training.

You must also meet any of the listed prerequisites for the 14U or higher divisions 
Please refer to the AYSOU Courses page for more information.  

Thank you for your understanding and thank you for volunteering to help our program

Ivan Monso
AYSO Region 65

Volunteer Sign Up by Division (Coach, Team Parent)

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Fall 2020 Core

Assistant Coach
Head Coach

Volunteer Sign Up - General (Board Mbr, Referee)

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Referee and Board Registration - MY20

Youth Referee
Board Member
Assistant Referee

Referee Feedback Form

Use this form to provide feedback on your Referee

Concussion Awareness

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Parent's Code

Parents Code

As a parent, you have a special role in contributing to the needs and development of these youngsters. Through your encouragement and good example, you can help assure the effectiveness of the AYSO program.

Support Your Child
Support your child by giving encouragement and showing an interest in his or her team. 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. Your child will be a winner, even in defeat.

Always Be Positive
Parents are not participants on their child's team. However, they do contribute to the success experienced by their child and the team. Parents serve as role models for their children. Applaud good plays by your child's team and by the opposing team. Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from youth sporting activities.

Be Enthusiastic and Supportive
Let children set their own goals and play the game for themselves. Be careful not to impose your own standards and goals on your child. Don't put too heavy a burden on your child to win games. Surveys reveal that 72 percent of children would rather play for a losing team than ride the bench for a winner.

Reinforce Positive Behavior
The best way to help a child to achieve goals and reduce the natural fear of failure is through positive reinforcement. No one likes to make a mistake. If your child does make one, remember that he or she is still learning. Encourage your child's efforts and point out the good things your child accomplished.

Let Coaches Coach and Refs Ref
Coaches and referees are usually parents. They volunteer their time to help make your child's youth soccer experience a positive one. They need your support, too. What coaches and referees don't need is your help in coaching from the sidelines. So please refrain from coaching during games and practices. Referees are not the "bad guys." They are volunteers, too, and need your support and encouragement. Treat them and their calls fairly and respectfully.

While you are here, please take time to consider and review the following at:  

Street & Parking Lot Safety: Protecting yourself and your players around the field, during practices and games. 

Is Heading Safe? In response to concerns over the long-term results of heading the ball, AYSO has adopted the AYSO Heading Policy. Also discusses the concerns. 

Hydration: How hydration can help prevent and treat heat exhaustion, heat stroke, dehydration and other heat-related illnesses. 

Nutrition: Eating right for health and game performance. 

It is the responsibility of the coach to know all school Black Out dates for their practices. All the phone numbers will be in the Coach's Manual. Our Parent Handbook is full of useful information for everyone. To make the game more enjoyable for the children, please adhere to the Parents Code. 


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AYSO Region 65 Rancho Cucamonga Youth Soccer

AYSO Region 65, PO Box 9208
Alta Loma, California 91701

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 909-285-7625
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