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AllStar Program

Added 2/10/2018:  The 12U Girls Allstars team won their division (12UG Silver Flight) in the 2018 Surf n’ Turf tournament in San Luis Obispo over the weekend.  They won all 5 possible games, including beating Long Beach in the final.

Added 1/24/2018:  The boys 12U Allstars B team won their division of the Beverly Hill Sportsmanship Cup in December. So the team, coaches, and supporters won with sportsmanship, not goals. 50% of the grading was given to the boys, 25% to the coaches and 25% to the parents/supporters.

Added 1/24/2018:  The boys 14U Allstars took 1st place at the Area 10E Playoffs in Moorpark on January 21st.

Added 1/24/2018:  The girls 12U Allstars took 1st place at the Area 10E Playoffs in Moorpark on January 21st.

Added 4/12/2017:  The boys U10 Allstars took 1st place at the 8th Annual Speedway Classic in Fontana.

All-Star FAQ’s

What is the All-Star program?

The All-Star program is a soccer program for players: that want to continue play after the fall core season; have higher level skill sets; and desire to compete in games and tournaments with the best soccer players from other AYSO regions.

How are Coaches & Players Selected?

Coaches in good standing with the Region are selected in all competitive divisions observing players throughout the season and inviting them to join Region 9’s All-Star teams.  All Star coaches typically have a higher level of experience in competitive play, AYSO coaching certification and or holds a USSF coaching license.

Player Eligibility: Must have played in the fall core program and played in a minimum of half of their fall team’s games.

How long does the All-Star season last?

Length of the post-season is up to each team with tournament availability beginning December through June. There is no minimum tournament entry requirement.  However, each All Star team should expect to participate in a minimum of five tournaments which includes: Area E All-Star tournament (in January) and our own Pot O’ Gold tournament (in March).  Typically, All Star teams participate, on average, in one tournament per month.

How much does it cost?

All teams are self funded with no scholarships offered, however, each team can be supported by sponsors.  Costs is dependent on the number of tournament participation but can range from $325 – $500/per player.  Noteworthy: Cost of tournaments range from $450-$600 with an additional cost of a referee deposit ($150-$200); and uniforms & accessories are an additional cost.

What is the time commitment for players and their families?

To join an All-Star team, we ask players and parents to commit to two 90-minute practices a week through the season and typically one (1) weekend tournament a month. In addition, we insist the AYSO All-Star commitment come before any other sport during the All-Star season.

Each team is required to have an assistant coach (AYSO-trained and certified) as well as support from a Team Manager.  Further,  All-Star teams do not have Team Referees per se, but almost all tournaments require teams to provide a AYSO certified referee crew or forfeit their referee deposit.

Who to contact if you have any questions?

For all related questions in regards to Region 9 All Stars program, please contact our All Stars Coordinator – Steve Popp.

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