Registration is open to all children who have turned 4.
Registration Dates, Times and Locations
- Registrations must be done online.
We host a few registration sites in August to meet with people to answer questions or to assist those that are having registration problems
or lack access to computers.
How to register
EAYSO no longer is accepting registrations, registrations must be entered into Blue Sombrero.
There is a link in the upper corner that states "Register now."
For step by step instructions, see the following link from Blue Sombrero
The total fee is $115. The fee is listed as $97.50, but there is now a non-refundable $17.50 fee if you
change your mind and decide not to play. The $97.50+$17.50 gets to $115. This non-refundable portion is new from 2016 and this is a requirement from National.
Also, the only payment options now are credit card. There is still a multiple child discount. There is also a discount for 19UB and 19UG that is listed in Blue Sombrero.
Registration fees are $115 for the first player from a
family, $110 for the second player, and $105 for each additional player from a
family. The fee covers fall and spring and includes the uniform
(shirt/shorts/socks). There is also a $5 discont when registering before July 15.
Registration fees go towards the players uniform, supplemental insurance, National AYSO fees, Area 6U fees (to support training and end of year tournaments), training for your board members (which does include travel), uniforms for referees, end of year trophy and other administrative expenses (coaches and referees).
AYSO Region 49 would appreciate any donations you would be willing to make above and beyond the registration fees. If we could collect $5 per child, it could really help out tremendously. This can be added at the time you are paying for registration or turned in at the trailer at any time. We would really like to avoid doing fundraising since parents seem to be bombarded with schools, scouts and other organizations starting their fundraising at the beginning of the school. Year. The equipment (goals, corner flags, the trailer, etc.) is in need of repairs. Fundraising money goes towards these repairs. These donations are tax deductible.
When is the registration deadline? This is a tough question.
Technically we don't have a deadline because we are always registering kids, long after the season has started. As long as we have openings, we are registering kids.
We have even registered kids in April, after missing the entire fall and over half of the spring.
We form teams based on our numbers that we have on August 18 (for 2018). For example, the age division for 8 & 9 year olds, we have a limit of ten kids per team.
If we have 50 kids registered, we could form 5 teams with 10 each, but then we would have zero openings.
We always have LOTS of late registrations, so we create the teams with openings, so if we had 50 kids we would probably form 6 teams.
Some teams would have 8 kids and some teams would have 9 kids. So then we would have 10 openings.
So the deadline for team formation for fall 2018 is August 18.
But in reality, 90% of the time we have openings clear past the start of the season.
So technically our registration never ends.
What now? (After I am registered.)
Have you thought about coaching or refereeing? We need you. Training is offered free of charge to you. The sooner that you let us know you are interested, the sooner we can get your training started. ALL volunteers will need to register online (eayso.org). All registrations must be e-signed.
Players on high school teams cannot play for both
AYSO and their high school team during the same season that they play for
their high school team. Kansas State High
School Athletic Association rules require you to inform us if your child is
playing for this school. Your child's eligibility may be jeopardized if you
do not follow this rule. This rule does not apply to intramural soccer or
non-KSHSAA schools (such as homeschool teams, Sunrise, Word of Life, etc).
Consequently, during the same season as the high school teams, we
typically do not have enough players to field a team, but in the
"off-season," we typically do have enough players to field a team. That
means that we usually have high school girls teams in the fall and high
school boys teams in the spring.