Fall Soccer Season Begins September 9th, 2017
All boys and girls born before December 31, 1999 and after January 1, 2013 are eligible to play!
Early Bird Registration: April 29 through June 17
Regular Registration: June 18 through July 30
Late Registration: after July 30, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial aid and multi-player discounts are available.
For new players: AYSO Region 20 uses inLeague, a software designed for youth soccer leagues and more – you will be required to create an account.
For returning players: please note that account information for each person in the Family Profile on inLeague MUST be reviewed to proceed with registration.
If your player is new to Region 20, you will be asked to bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate, passport or immunization card along with multiple copies of your AYSO Player Registration Form at the beginning of the season. Returning players must also register online and bring multiple copies of their completed AYSO Player Registration Form to their team manager at the beginning of the season.
Teams start forming in August, you will receive notification from your player’s coach by late August and a Parents Meeting will be held before Opening Day to provide additional information about the season.
Santa Monica AYSO Region 20 is able to charge the lowest possible fee for children to play organized soccer in our area because we are a 100% volunteer organization – Learn more about volunteer requirements.
All refund requests must be submitted in writing using our Refund Request Form.
A $15 processing fee will be deducted for each player refunded.
No fees will be refunded after September 15th.
Fees paid by credit card, will be credited to the credit card account originally charged.
If you paid by check, a refund check will be mailed to your address on file.
CLICK HERE to submit a refund request or e-mail email@example.com.
Anyone who has either registered late (after June 30th) or registered in a division that has already exceeded our anticipated number of players will be placed on the waiting list. Please know that we do our best to place all interested players onto teams.
There are only 3 reasons why a player does not get placed: not enough players on the waitlist to form additional teams, not enough coaches to coach additional teams, or not enough referees to officiate the games. Therefore, to increase the likelihood of being placed on a team, parents are strongly encouraged to volunteer to coach or to referee. If you are willing to do either of those, please contact your division commissioner (see “Board and Staff Contacts”) and identify yourself as a waitlist player willing to coach and/or referee.
If there are not enough players on the waiting list to add an additional team, waiting list players are assigned to teams after all registered players are confirmed. Openings for waiting list players should be known by early September. If we are unable to place your player on a team, we will refund your payment in full.