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Volunteers

Team Volunteers Information  (updated 8/15/2019)

Every Region 9 team must have the following Volunteers before the children can play AND before uniforms will be distributed:

  • A Team Coach
  • 1 Assistant Coach
  • 1 or more Team Managers (formerly known as a Team Mom or Team Parent)
  • A Team Sponsor (or Sponsors). The cost is $100 per Team, not per sponsor. Coaches: Please complete the Team Sponsorship Form and bring it with you when you pick up your uniforms
  • 1 or more Team Referees (for 7U, 8U, 10U, 12U & 14U teams only)
  • 2 or 3 Team Volunteers (excluding 16U & 19U teams). Team Volunteers are used to help out as field monitors, field crew, etc. and generally only need to work a 2-hr shift EACH once or twice per season.

The Coach or Team Manager should submit this information to the Region via our Online Form.

If you are not yet registered as an AYSO Volunteer, please complete your online application using the Blue Sombrero Login link from the Region 9 Home page.  Print, sign and date two (2) copies of your Volunteer Application and then contact any Executive Board member to arrange a time and place to get your paperwork signed off.

2019 Volunteer Program

Competitive Teams

Teams will not be accepted into Area playoffs if their volunteer hours have not been met at the end of the season.

Non-competitive

Teams will not receive participation awards if their volunteer hours have not been met at the end of the season.

Overview: Points

A team receives one (1) point for every volunteer that shows up and works an entire two-hour shift. No one under the age of 16 will be allowed to volunteer.

Competitive Teams (10U-14U)

Each team can receive a total of three (3) volunteer points when they fulfill their required volunteer shifts by the end of season:
Two (2) Volunteer Shifts during weeks 1-6 (1 adult volunteer per shift) and
One (1) Volunteer Shift during weeks 7-12 (1 adult volunteer per shift)

OR

One (1) 
Volunteer Shifts during weeks 1-6 (1 adult volunteer per shift) and
Two (2) 
Volunteer Shift during weeks 7-12 (1 adult volunteer per shift)

Non-Competitive (6U-8U)

Each team can receive two (2) volunteer points when they fulfill their required volunteer shift by the end of season:
One (1) Volunteer Shifts during weeks 1-6 (1 adult volunteer per shift) and
One (1) Volunteer Shift during weeks 7-12 (1 adult volunteer per shift)

Click here for detailed instructions for Volunteer Self-scheduling 

Volunteer Duties

Opening Shift:

Field set up (flags, nets, 6U goals moved to positions, 5U set up),r eferee booth set up, trash cans, etc.

Mid Shift:

Volunteer responsibilities can include: Snack shack, information booth, parking lot monitors, and field monitors. When you check in at the information booth, we will assign the volunteers where they are most needed. Everyone that signs up will NOT be assigned to the snack shack.

Closing Shift:

Field break down (flags, nets, U6 goals put away), referee booth break down, trash cans, clean up fields, etc.

Overview:

Field Monitoring

Each home team is required to send one volunteer to the information booth 15 minutes before game time to pick up a vest, radio, and instructions. They will be asked to walk both sides of the field to assist with any injury or if there are any problems on the sideline with parents/coaches.

All field monitors must be able to communicate clearly on the radios in case of emergency.

When the game is over they will return the radios and vests to the information booth.

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PO Box 4914 
Thousand Oaks, California 91359

Email Us: [email protected]
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