Opening day is September 6! See you soon!
Click the title below to e-mail AYSO 418 Division Administrators. For more contacts, please see the Contact Us page.
|DA Coordinator||Carol Deely|
|U6 Boys||Michael Lingertat|
|U6 Girls||Michael Lingertat|
|U8 Boys||Eric Smith|
|U8 Girls||Dan Long|
|U10 Boys||Jamie Ellison|
|U10 Girls||Elsie Lindgren|
Any new registrations will go on a wait list at this point.
You should hear from your coach over the next several days.
First game day is September 6. We look forward to seeing you all on the pitch.
Meanwhile, enjoy what remains of summer!
To all Coaches and Referees;
AYSO’s goal is for every girl and boy stepping onto a soccer field to learn soccer and have a safe, fair and fun experience.
We rely on you to ensure that safety comes first. Please consider it your role that incident reports are completed whenever there is a personal injury, damaged property or threats of or actual physical violence surrounding an AYSO game, practice, event or property.
The Incident Report Form should be completed by the Coach, AYSO official or AYSO volunteer which may be a member of the Regional Staff such as the Regional Safety Director, or Tournament Official. The report is NOT to be completed by a parent unless the parent is the Coach.
Please be sure to print and keep a copy of a blank Incident Report Form in your coach/field bag along with a pen. It is imperative that reports are completed for ALL safety incidents that occur this season AND that these reports are emailed within 48 hours to Region 418 Safety Director, Brendan Deely - email@example.com.
All AYSO registered participants are eligible to be covered by the AYSO insurance policy provided they meet the necessary requirements, which starts with the timely submission of a completed Incident Report Form.
See the useful links below:
A Few Coach Reminders
Let’s have another SAFE, FAIR AND FUN season for all the kids. Please do not hesitate to contact me with your comments or concerns.
AYSO 418 Chicago Lakefront
AYSO 418 brings you more than just Saturday soccer! Click here to read more about special events with our partner organizations, starting with a Loyola soccer double header and team building opportunity on Friday, September 5.
Trained coaches make our program better. We are commited to all coaches building their skills and age specific leadership to create the best experience and learning environment for our players. Click to visit the Coach Training page and learn more about Coaching Certification Courses this summer.
School is out and the kids have played their last AYSO soccer game for the season. Now is a great time to complete your volunteer application for Membership Year 2015. We need volunteers to do what we do for more than 3,000 kids. There are many ways to help. Visit the Volunteer page to find a position and submit your application.
We are always looking for motivated volunteers to become coaches! No coaching experience, or even soccer experience, is required. We will train you! Becoming an AYSO coach is a fun and incredibly rewarding experience. You will have the opportunity to teach kids both soccer skills and life lessons that they will carry with them the rest of their lives. Make an impact. Become a coach! Please see our "How to Become a Coach!" page.