Region 39 will conduct a single elimination playoff tournament for all teams in the U10 – U16/19 divisions. The U16/19 Divisions will start their playoffs on October 18th, while all U10-U14 will start their playoffs on . Below you will find additional information regarding the playoffs.
U10, U12, U14 October 25th through November 8th
U16/19 October 18th through November 1st
Rain date –
U10 at Kimball, move to Huntsinger on November 8th
U12, U14, U16/19 at Huntsinger
Single Elimination Playoffs - All games must have a winner
Two 5-minute overtime periods if tied after regulation time
Shots from the mark if tied after two 5-minute overtime periods
Seedings for week 10 is determined by game points and referee points
Teams will be re-seeded for week 11; determined by game points only
“Teams without sufficient Referee Points will not advance in the playoffs beyond the 10th week regardless of win/loss record”
“Bye’s” for Week 10
BU10 – Seeds 1 – 4
GU10 – Seeds 1 – 10
BU12 – None
GU12 – Seeds 1 – 2
BU14 –Seeds 1 – 6
GU14 – Seeds All
Huntsinger park: Field # 3 at Huntsinger is getting pretty worn down. With it being right off the parking lot, it is a favorite of players to use. I would like to see if during the week you could practice in other places so that the field lasts for remainder of the season. With the water restrictions, we not not able to do any renovations at this time. Any help with staying off field #3 during practice is much appreciated.
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
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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