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San Bruno AYSO Region 249

General AYSO Questions

What is AYSO?

The AYSO Mission is to develop and deliver quality youth soccer programs where everyone builds positive character through participation in a fun; fair, safe, family environment based on the AYSO philosophies.

  • Everyone Plays - Our Region's goal is for kids to play soccer - we mandate that every player on every team must play at least half of every game.
  • Balanced Teams - Each year we form new teams as evenly balanced as possible - because it is fair and more fun when teams of equal ability play.
  • Positive Coaching - Kids win when they are built up, not when they are torn down! We train and encourage our coaches to make the extra effort to understand and offer positive help to our players, rather than negative criticism.
  • Open Registration - Our program is open to all children between 4 1/2 and 18 years of age who want to register and play soccer. Interest and enthusiasm are the only criteria for playing.
  • Good Sportsmanship - We strive to create a positive environment based on mutual respect, rather than a win-at-all-costs attitude, and our program is designed to instill good sportsmanship in every facet of AYSO.
  • Player Development - We believe that all players should be able to develop their soccer skills and knowledge to the best of their abilities, both individually and as members of a team, in order to maximize their enjoyment of the game.

The Core Values Guiding AYSO are:

  • Fun for all!
  • Education for all!
  • Ethics for all!
  • Accessible to all!

Our region accomplishes the mission by providing these essential services:

  • Coaching and referee programs including quality delivery systems
  • Quality administrative and operating systems with a support network
  • Strong financial position
  • Special network for volunteers, supported by a national staff
  • Program research and development 


How do I register my child?

Families must first pre-register their child here at  For the 2017 Soccer Season, AYSO National has moved to a new registration system (Blue Sombrero / Dick's Sporting Goods).  All players/families will have to create a new account by clicking the "Register Now" button.   Players new to San Bruno AYSO and new volunteers must print and bring a copy of your application, a copy of the new players birth certificate and/or a copy of the new volunteer's drivers license) to onsite registration. To complete registration, a parent or guardian must attend one of our onsite registrations.

Information on registration dates and locations can be found here on our website. Registration is completed on a first-come, first served basis so we encourage you to register early before divisions are full.

When will we be notified if my child that registered late, has been accepted on a team?

Late registrants for divisions which have not reached their capacity are placed on teams soon after receipt of the registration form. If you do not promptly hear back, the division is probably full and your child will remain on the waiting list.

Every attempt is made to allow all players to play. The total number of teams in each division is determined based on the number of trained coaches available and the number of players registered during the open registration period. Except for children of coaches and referees who complete their training in time, and field volunteers who line and set up our fields weekly, all players are processed on a first-come, first served basis. If we have enough trained coaches, referees and field space, however, your child will be placed on a team.

Not all parents un-register their children when their family moves from the area or when their child decides not to play. Generally, the region does not officially know who is not going to play until the initial contact is made between coach and player. If your wait-listed child can be placed on a team, you are most likely to receive a call before the second week in August. If mid-August comes and you haven’t heard any news, you can email the registrar [email protected] for an update.

I missed onsite registration. Is it too late to register?

No, you may register online as long as registration is open. If we have room we will release the player from the waitlist and you will receive an email to complete payment online.  ALL LATE REGISTRATIONS MUST PAY ONLINE.  We will do our best to provide a great experience this fall for all our participants and look forward to your children playing this year.

Why does Registration Cost More after the Onsite Events?

A defined registration period is necessary to register the majority of our players over the course of four weeks. This registration timeline allows us to best use limited volunteer hours needed to coordinate extensive field, team, and training logistics for 1,600 players and 300 volunteers. Higher late registration fees encourage timely registration while accommodating some families who miss onsite registration.

Can I receive an extension to the onsite registration fee payment deadline?

Unfortunately, we cannot make exceptions after onsite registration ends.

I cannot afford to pay the registration fees. What do I do?

San Bruno AYSO endeavors to provide a quality soccer experience for all eligible players. San Bruno families who are unable to afford the registration expenses, must complete an "AYSO Scholarship Request" form and have it signed by the Regional Commissioner at our onsite registration. Scholarships are not available after onsite registration closes.

Are refunds available?

All refund requests must be made in writing to:

San Bruno AYSO Region 249
PO Box 581 
San Bruno, California 94066
E-mailed to: [email protected]

All requests must include player’s name, AYSO ID, division and team #, parents name and address, and a reason for the refund request.

Please allow 3 weeks for the processing of a refund request, all refunds per AYSO National policy must be made by check and requires two signatures.

I have moved. How do I transfer my child to the new region?

Every region in AYSO conducts its own registration for the upcoming season. Transfers are not possible however refunds are. See the refund policy guidelines for more information.

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San Bruno AYSO Region 249

PO Box 581 
San Bruno, California 94066

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 650-873-2976
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