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Guiding Principles

Primary Contact Info

Email:
info@HillsboroughAYSO@.org

Mailing Address:
Hillsborough AYSO Region 110
PO Box 117669
Burlingame CA 94011-7669

Our History

The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) was established in the Los Angeles area in 1964 with nine teams. It was the dream of a group of devoted soccer enthusiasts who started the organization in a garage.  Today, AYSO has more than 50,000 teams and more than 650,000 players.  It also employs 50 people at its National Support and Training Center in Hawthorne, California.

Over the years, AYSO has created many valuable programs and concepts.  Most notably, AYSO revolutionized youth sports with its "Everyone Plays" and "Balanced Teams" philosophies.  In AYSO, each child who registers is guaranteed to play at least half of every game.  To help create evenly matched games, all AYSO players are placed on new or "balanced" teams each year.  These decisions are made based on each player's skill level and the overall ability of the team.  You can access more information about our National organization at www.soccer.org.


AYSO Region 110 - HILLSBOROUGH

AYSO Region 110 is part of Area 2N which encompasses Hillsborough, Burlingame, San Mateo, Foster City, San Carlos, Belmont, Redwood City, and Half Moon Bay. Area 2N is part of AYSO Section 2 which covers Northern California, most of Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.

Region 110 supports the principles of our National organization by providing a safe, fair and fun environment for children aged 4.5 to 18 (K-12) in the city of Hillsborough.  Our soccer season is in the fall, from late August into mid-November.   The top teams in U10 and above have an opportunity to play in a regional tournament usually held the first weekend of December.

Our registration is initially online with in-person registration to facilitate the receipt of signed registration and waiver forms, so please check out our registration page if you are interested. If you are new to the area and you have questions that you could not find answered in our Web site, please email of our Volunteers.  All of our Volunteer contact information can be found on our Contact Info page.


Our Guiding Principles

AYSO is an organization devoted to child development in a soccer environment that is safe, fair, and fun. The kids are the focus of our program, and the program depends on the efforts of all involved adults for its success. Three groups of people, working together, form the AYSO Team, which creates the environment in which our children develop. Here's a way to look at it:

The coaches are the foundation of the AYSO Team. They spend hours with the players every week, at practices and at the game, teaching them how to win, how to lose, how to work for an objective, how to cooperate, how to be a team, all through the vehicle of the game of soccer. In this way, they become role models for the players, and so influence the players' values and behaviors.

The referees watch over the game, helping younger children with the rules and making sure that the game is safe and fair for all. The referees set the tone of the competition, protect the players throughout the match, and provide the necessary authority on game day.

The spectators support the players' activities in a positive and encouraging way. They create the environment in which the players, coaches, and referees work. They also help to interpret the lessons of the game for the players after the match. When these three groups work together, they create the necessary environment for our children to develop through soccer. The triangle above represents that environment. It protects the players only as long as its three sides are firmly linked. If it comes apart at any corner, the triangle collapses, and it is the players inside who get hurt. Whatever role you play, keep the AYSO Team in mind. Remember, it's for the kids!


Our Budget

Each year, AYSO Region 110 is required to submit a budget to the AYSO NSTC (National Support and Training Center).  Click here for our budget of Income and Expenses that are estimated for the upcoming season.  Actual income and expenses will vary depending on the number of players who ultimately register and any unknown items that arise such as a change in our field use fees.


Board Minutes

Board Minutes for October 15, 2012