Fall games have ended - see you on April 11 for spring soccer!
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|
Don’t think you have what it takes to be a ref? Well, AYSO has made it easy for you by already thinking through all the excuses for you! See more here.
The kids sorely need you, especially at the U8 and U10 levels. All involved agree (and especially coaches) that kids’ soccer experiences are greatly enhanced when a trained referee is officiating their game.
AYSO 418 brings you more than just Saturday soccer! Click here to read more about special events with our partner organizations, starting with two Loyola soccer games and a 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.