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AYSO 154 Cypress, CA

Spring 2024

Our first games of the spring 2024 season begin this Saturday, March 2nd (there is one GU12 game on Friday night March 1st).
  • See attached game field map for Lexington Junior High School (Divisions U8, U10 and U12)
  • Parking: street parking is available on Denni St.and Orange Ave. Parking is available at Arnold Elementary School and Lexington Junior High School. Please do not park in the RED parking zones, Cypress PD will ticket cars parked in the RED parking zones.
  • Portable toilets are available at the Denni St. entrance
  • Please DO NOT enter or exit the fields through the Lexington Junior High School gymnasium 
Game Management
  1. First games of the day are responsible for field setup: 1) assembling both goals including nets and sandbags and 2) placement of all four corner flags. All items stored in Lockup (see attached game field map for Lockup location)
  2. Last games of the day are responsible for field tear down: 1) disassemble each goal... PLEASE LEAVE NETS ATTACHED TO CROSSBAR and 2) remove all four corner flags and place them in Lockup
  3. Passcode to enter scores in to MatchTrak for U10 and U12 Divisions, spring24
  4. Please check MatchTrak for game reschedules/cancellations due to inclement weather 
  5. U8 Divisions: unless a referee signs up to referee your game, both teams are responsible for providing referees
  6. U10 Division: A NOCRA referee will be assigned to center each U10 game, the home team is responsible to provide two Assistant Referees. If both teams are from Cypress each team will provide one Assistant Referee. If both teams are from Cerritos each team will provide one Assistant Referee
  7. U12 Division: A NOCRA referee will be assigned to center each U12 game for games played in Cypress and Cerritos. Home teams will provide two Assistant Referees 
Lexington Jr. HS Field Map: lexington jrhs fields spring.pdf

Spring Select FAQs for Parents

What is the Spring Select season and what is the process for selection for U8-U19

For each division, there will be a select number of teams allowed to compete.  The Board of Directors will vote on the quantity of teams in each division as well as the coach(es).  The coaches are responsible for creating their own teams

Who is eligible to participate in this season?

Option 1) Spring select through the region. This is available for players on U8 and above who have been selected to play by a coach. The cost is $100 for players who played in Fall 2023 and $120 for new players.   These players will need to register in our system like they did in the Fall. You will be placed on the waitlist then moved over when the roster is turned in by the coach. You will then receive an email to pay. If your child hasn’t been contacted by a coach and you want them to play Spring Select you can register them on the waitlist this way and if a coach needs a player they will choose from the waitlist. There is no guarantee that your player will be placed on a team.

Option 2) Spring Academy ran by First Touch Coaching. This will consist of 1 practice and 1 game. Registration will be
This is open for any player ages 4-12 and no experience is necessary so it’s great for those starting out.

We hope to see you in the Spring for one of the 2 choices. Please let us know if you have any questions and enjoy the holidays with your families!!

How long is the season?

Spring Select season is approximately 10 weeks long. March 2 - May 11

How much does it cost?

Returning CORE players will be $100/Cypress resident and $120/non-Cypress resident, $20 is included for the National Fee (prices for Spring 2024). 

What about younger players in this season?

See the link above for registering with our  First Touch Coaches.

What is Silent Weekend?

Silent Weekend is April 12-14,2024. We ask all division Coach's and parents to be as quiet as possible during the game time, this means NO COACHING, only CHEERING. We ask teams to make signs, use pom-poms, etc. 

Spring Select FAQ's for Coaches

What are the rules for recruiting players?

Ask the current Fall coach if they are planning on taking their team or some of their players for the Spring season.

I’ve created my team.  Now what?

You’ll need to have your three certified referees, a team parent, and field volunteers.


Spring 2024 permits allow for practices on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Are uniforms provided as part of the registration fee?

Yes uniforms will be ordered through the region to help provide a discounted rate for the teams.  Coach will pick uniform style and let their Division Directors know the sizes of players on the team.  Please visit There will be NO uniform exchanges for Spring!

Please contact your Division Director for more information.

My team is registered.  Now what?

Practices - Spring 2024 permits allow for practices on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Your Division Director will also inform you when your game schedule is ready or you can go to and find out if your schedule has been posted.  Games usually begin in the beginning of March.  You’ll also need your roster to be signed-off by the Regional Commissioner. 

Must we have ID cards for the Select season?


Who’s responsible for the referees?

The home team is responsible for providing the center referee duties for the Spring Select season for the competitive games.  All teams still must provide referees to cover Assistant Referee duties and some Center Referee duties for the non-competitive games (8U Division)

Who’s responsible for Field Duty?

Just as the Fall (regular) season, your team will be responsible for field setup if you are scheduled for the first game of the day on your assigned field.  You’ll need two representatives to meet at the Lexington Lock-up area on the Friday before your game at 5pm.  They’ll be chalking the field lines and setting up the goals and nets.  On game day, they’ll also need to setup the flags before the game. 

Field takedown will be the responsibility of the team with the last game of the day on your assigned field.  They’ll be responsible for putting away the goals, nets, and flags.  


The home team will provide the center referee, but volunteer referees must be provided by each team to cover the AR (sideline) duties. 

What else do I need to know?

It’s likely that the league, Area 11E, will call a mandatory meeting.  Last year, the agenda comprised of the conduct of players/coaches/parents, PSC and Extra program, new rules, Referee Responsibility and safety items. 

Games? then go into the division, region and area to look up games and scores.

Once you have your game schedule, you’ll need to download the Line-up Card form template from the website.  They will need to be printed out on cardstock paper.

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PO Box 999 
Cypress, California 90630

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