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WELCOME

We are an all-volunteer organization providing Fall and Spring soccer programs for children in preschool - high school.  Participation is open to all, we currently have 1600 players on 194 different teams, the largest sports league in Elmhurst!!

Blue Sombrero Link

Registration for the 2018-2019 Year

AYSO 399 & ECSA STORE

Please Check out our store.  There is both ECSA and AYSO 399 gear make sure choice the correct logo. 

https://www.challengerteamwear.com/store/elmhurst-ayso/index

 

Fall 2019 Coach Meetings

Coaches-

Fall Meetings are at the Elmhurst Knights of Columbus Hall at 537 S York Rd in Elmhurst.  Parking is in the rear and you can enter the doors there.

Tuesday, August 27

U5 and U6 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

U7 and U8 from 8 pm to 9 pm

Wednesday, August 28

U10 to U19 from 7 pm to 8:30 pm

 

There are a number of rules changes this year, please attend.  If you cannot be there, you must arrange for you division coordinator to get your stuff.  Equipment not picked up will be locked in the storage locker and not readily available.

Ayso Skills Sessions

 

We are starting up AYSO Skill Sessions again.  These sessions are with our paid trainers, and are free for your player.  They are for birth years 2007 to 2014.  Please use this link to sign up

We would like everyone to have a chance, so please don't go in and sign up for everything.  Once the weekend hits, if there are openings for the following week, go ahead and fill them up even if you are attending other sessions.

Sessions start on Monday, April 15.  We look forward to seeing your players out there.


2009 Boys Blue Team celebrates their victory!!

VIP Program

The Mission of the AYSO VIP (Very Important Player) Program is to provide a quality soccer experience for individuals whose disabilities make it difficult for them to successfully participate on mainstream soccer teams. VIPs are paired with buddies on the field who help them to learn new skills, focus on the game and have fun. Accommodations are made to support all players on the field and can be a mixture of sensory supports, behavioral supports or adaptive equipment. VIP coaches and referees are flexible and positive.

Field Conditions

We don't want your fields looking like this!  Please be cautious, if the field is bad, do not play. 

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