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Courses & Training

FALL 2019 TRAINING DATES

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To Become an AYSO Volunteer with Upland Region 32:

  1. Go to www.ayso32.org and log into your account (or create a new account, if you haven’t yet created one). This account should be tied  to an email address that is unique to the volunteer (and if you are registering a minor as a youth volunteer, the minor should have his or her own email address).
  2. After logging in, click on the volunteer application tab and click the orange Find Volunteer Roles
  3. Select Referee if you an adult. Youth Referees will need to select Youth Referees.
  4. Enter all information with a red asterisk
  5. Once that is complete you will need to log onto www.aysou.org
  6. Click on the red tab: ONLINE COURSES
  7. Complete the CDC Concussion Course (15 min)
  8. Complete Safe Haven (10 minutes)
  9. Complete the Regional Referee Training (1 hour)
  10. You will need to next click the tab for IN-PERSON COURSES
  11. Open Referee Instructor Led Courses
  12. Find a class either in Upland OR a neighboring city under "Regional Referee Online Companion Course" to register and attend to complete the referee certification.
  13. Log into www.cgisports.com/ref/5123 to register for an account. This is the account you will use to pre-register for games.

Questions on training? Contact Beverly Reyes, [email protected]


Laws of the Game & Other Guidance

2019-2020 Laws of the Game Effective June 1, 2019 (Modifications from previous year also outlined). 

 

Player Development Initiative

2019 AYSO Player Development Initiative Covers the referee implementation of 10U and 12U PDI in Section 1

 

6U-8U Below

1.       No TI - replaced with kick in or dribble in (TI are optional only 8U divisions but determined by Regions)

a.       Opponents must be at least 2yds away until ball is kicked

10U

1.       No Goal Keeper punts                                      

RESTART: IFK, if inside the goal area, ball is moved to goal area line parallel to goal line

2.       No deliberate heading                  

RESTART: IFK, if inside the goal area, ball is moved to goal area line parallel to goal line

3.       Build Out Line – Goal Keeper Possession

a.       Goal keeper can release on either side of BOL line

b.     Opponents move behind BOL when Goal Keeper has possession

c.       Opponents may cross BOL once the ball is released from Goal Keeper hands

d.       If opponents cross BOL before Goal Keeper releases ball and interferes with play

RESTART: IFK on BOL line where infraction occurred.

4.       Build Out Line – On a GK

a.       Opponents must move behind BOL

b.       Opponents may cross BOL when ball is in play per Law 16 (ball exits penalty area)             

RESTART: Referee stops play; asks opponents to retreat, then Goal Kick is retaken.

c.       Ball may be kicked to any point on the field

12U

1.       No deliberate heading

RESTART: IFK, if inside the goal area, ball is moved to goal area line parallel to goal line

2.       Goal Keeper Punting is ALLOWED now

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