Thanks for a great fall season! Spring lakefront soccer will start again on April 9, 2016. Until then, take advantage of our great winter indoor soccer program - see more details on this page.
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||Blair Hughes|
Its Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil has predicted an early spring!! What better time to open up our SPRING WAITING LIST for players who missed out on the chance to play with us this past fall.
If you played with us in the Fall of 2015, you DO NOT need to apply. You will remain on the same team for the Spring of 2016.
If you did not play with us in the Fall of 2015, you may have the opportunity to be placed on a team for the upcoming Spring 2016 season. Click Here for sign up instructions and answers to our most frequently asked questions.
Our text alert system allows us to send you a short text message to your cell phone in the event of game cancellations due to weather. See our Rain-Out policy page for more information.
Click here to sign up for MY 2015-related weather text alerts starting with the fall season on 9/12/15. Even if you signed up for alerts last season, you will need to re-register to receive this year's alerts. This annual registration process is the only way to target text messages to the specific membership year.
Safety comes first! As we prepare for the upcoming season, coaches, referees, and AYSO officials need to be aware of their important role in completing incident reports. Please see the Safety Awareness page for more information and helpful links.
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.