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AYSO Region 1600
Englewood, NJ
Email: Englewoodsoccer@gmail.com

Games/Practices/Divisions Info (Pre-season on Schedules Page)

Divisions are as follows ("U" stands for "Under"):

U5 (Pre-K):  Jamboree style; Single group no preassigned teams.

U6 (K): Jamboree style; Single group no preassigned teams.

U8 (1st and 2nd Grade): Assigned Teams.  Matches are 5v5 no goalkeepers 

U10 (3rd and 4th Grade): Assigned Teams.  Matches are 7v7 with goalkeepers

U12 (5th and 6thGrade): Assigned Teams.  Matches are 9v9 with goalkeepers

U14 (7th and 8thGrade): Assigned Teams.  Matches are 11v11 with goalkeepers

 

For younger divisions (U5 and U6), children are in one large group (jamboree style) for an hour on Sunday mornings for 7 weeks.  

For older divisions (U8 and up) players are on a team and play games on Sundays and have a midweek practice as scheduled by his/her coach.   U12 generally play away at Leonia.  U14s will likely play games on a weekend day and weeknight.  

 

Idicative Sunday Game Schedule. 
THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL SCHEDULE 
SUBJECT TO CHANGE  AS DETEMRINED BY AYSO REGION 1600,  

 

BU5/GU5 - 9am (Sep 17-Oct 29)

BU6/GU6 - 1015am (Sep 17-Oct 29)

GU8 - 930am, 11am, 1215pm or 130pm

BU8 - 130pm, 245pm or 4pm

GU10 - 1130am or 1pm

BU10 - 1pm, 230pm or 4pm

GU12 - Sunday afternoons TBD

BU12 - Sunday afternoons TBD

BU14 - Sunday and weeknight games; Time TBD 

GU14 - Saturday eve and weeknight games; Time TBD 

Code of Conduct

As a parent, you play a special role in contributing to the needs and development of youngsters. Through your encouragement and good example, you can help all the boys and girls learn good sportsmanship and self-discipline. In AYSO, young people learn to work together, to sacrifice for the good of the team, to enjoy winning and deal appropriately with defeat - all while becoming physically fit and healthy. Best of all, they have fun. Remember the following principles:

  • *Support Your Child *- 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 winning.
  • *Always Be Positive * - Applaud good plays by your child's team as well as good plays by the opposing team.
  • *Remember: Your Child Wants To Have Fun * - Remember that your child is the one playing soccer, not you. It's very important to let children establish their own goals - to play the game for themselves.
  • *Don't Be A Sideline Coach Or Referee * - AYSO coaches are usually parents just like you. They volunteer their time to help make your child's soccer experience a positive one. Youth referees are someone's child who is learning the responsibility of officiating just as the players are learning how to play. They need your support too.