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U5 Jamboree Program


If your child’s birthdate falls with between the following dates your child is in this program:


Jan 1st  2010 to July 31, 2010   /  Aug 1st 2009 to Dec 31st 2009

Please visit the link here on Jamboree :

Your Sessions start on the following dates:


Aug 18th 5:00-6:30pm @ Huntsinger Park, Ventura, CA You will be playing on Monday nights


Aug 19th 5:00-6:30pm @ Huntsinger Park, Ventura, Ca You will be playing on Tuesday Nights

Our program with work as follows:

Each Session there is Parent Participation::: You will be taught two drills by our Master Coaches and you will help instruct and work with your child.

We’ll have a snack break and then your children will play a 3 v 3 game the last 20 mins of the session.

On your first session please come with your shin guards and no jewelry, we will hand out uniforms starting at 4:30pm.  Please bring with you one (1) Package of Juice boxes and also one (1) box of a non-perishable snack, as in Granola bars, fruit snacks, etc.  We will use these for the snack time each week.

Picture Day will be on your respective day, Monday 25th or Tuesday night, 26th….all the players will have an individual photo taken and then we will take a large group photo.  You will receive the following in your Picture Packet, I memory mate, which will include your Team photo and an individual, 4 wallets and also a photo button of your player.  Please make sure you complete your picture packet form that will be handed out on the first day.

If you have other questions please email Angie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .





Picture Day Info:

August 25th: U5 Girls Jamboree Picture Day @ Huntsinger Park during your 5-6:30pm session

August 26th: U5 Boys Jamboree Picture Day @ Huntsinger Park during your 5-6:30pm session

Sept 6th: Picture Day @ Kimball Community Park and Huntsinger Park (Schedules TBD)

Sept 13th: Picture Day @ Ventura College West Fields (Schedules TBD)

You will receive the following as part of your registration fees:

1 Composite Memory mate, which includes a team picture and 1 individual photo, 4 individual wallets and a Photo Button




You've signed up your player, now what happens.....


Here are some IMPORTANT DATES:

Aug 4th:U5 Jamboree Parent Meeting @ 1802 Eastman Ave #113, Ventura - come learn what Jamboree is all about 6pm-7pm Girls/ 7pm to 8pm Boys

Aug 8th:New Parent Meeting: Are you new to AYSO, come find out what we're all about and get your questions answered @ 1802 Eastman Ave #113, Ventura 6pm-8pm

Aug 18th:U5 Jamboree Girls Division first game from 5-6:30pm @ Huntsinger Park

Aug 19th:U5 Jamboree Boys Division first game from 5-6:30pm @ Huntsinger Park

Aug 23rd:First Game Day for the following divisions:
U10 Boys and Girls @ Kimball Community Park
U12, U14, U16/19, VIP Boys and Girls @ Huntsinger Park

August 25th:U5 Girls Jamboree Picture Day @ Huntsinger Park

August 26th:U5 Boys Jamboree Picture Day @ Huntsinger Park

Sept 6th:Picture Day @ Kimball Community Park and Huntsinger Park

Sept 6th: U6, U7, U8 Boys and Girls @ Ventura College West Fields

Sept 13th:Picture Day @ Ventura College West Fields



Here is the training flyer for Referee's!  Click here 


Referee Training Dates have been posted on the Referee page click here for the dates/times.

Respect the Referee

Respect the Referee

Soccer is a passionate game and sometimes that passion can be misdirected. When this happens, a common target for the negative behavior is the referee. The referee is a critical and valuable component of a soccer game just like the coach and the spectators. All of these components have to work together to deliver a safe, fair and fun experience for the players. With this objective in mind, soccer organizations around the world have taken a significant approach to create and maintain respect for referees in all games.

The Football Association (FA), which is the governing body of football in England, developed a respect campaign a couple of years ago to provide awareness and training in support of the referees and the game in general. You can view a video clip here, which the FA developed as a part of their campaign.

AYSO also joined the respect campaign and developed tools and other content to provide awareness and training in support of the referees and the game. Respect.Starts.With.Me was the theme for the AYSO's 2013 Section Meetings, which was exemplified in a video clip that can be viewed here. AYSO will continue to provide awareness, training and tools to maintain the appropriate respect for the referees, coaches, players, spectators and the game


Commissioner's Welcome

A message to all members: AYSO Region 39 is a member program of the American Youth Soccer Organization, a nationwide, non-profit youth soccer organization founded in 1964. The Ventura Region was established in 1973... - Read more


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