Welcome to AYSO Mundelein. We look forward to seeing
everyone on the fields now that the sun is here!
Terri Frice Regional Commissioner
High School Boys Schedules Are Posted for Spring Season 2013.
ALL SCHEDULES HAVE BEEN
UPDATED TO REFLECT MAKE UP DATES ON MAY 25-26 AND JUNE 8-9.
EXTRA TRYOUTS ARE HERE! MAY 18 & 19 AT LTSC. SEE EXTRA TRAVEL LINK FOR DETAILS.
AYSO High School Teams
Register for Summer Soccer Camp
Click on link to take you to the Camp Page.
AYSO SUMMER CAMP
ADULT SOCCER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! GO to site for more information
North Shore United FC
U-8 Referee Training 2 March at 9am
at Community Protestant Church
(418 North Prairie in Mundelein)
Indoor Soccer begins Wednesday January 23 in the Jefferson Gym at Carl Sandburg School!
U12 players are welcome from 6-7pm, U14 players from 7-8pm
soccer shoes or sneakers, shinguards and water!
VIP Director Valerie Walker awarded Mundelein
Village Diversity Recognition 11 February 2013
Click here for more information on goalkeeper training
Parents, Coaches and Referees!!!
Use our notification system; this is a broadcast
system that tells you about game cancelations and upcoming AYSO events. Parents will find out just as quickly as
coaches if games are postponed or reschedule due field conditions.
AYSO needs volunteers
AYSO Alumni Profile
See Who Grew Up Playing AYSO
Galaxy, U.S. National Team
Age started playing soccer: 2
AYSO memory: I started playing AYSO when I was 5. Before that, my older brother, Josh, would take me out to the backyard
and kick the ball around with me. My favorite AYSO memory is that I got to play on the same team as my best friend when I
was 8 years old.
What he loved about AYSO: The beauty of AYSO was that you had kids from
all walks of life who just wanted to be active and run around and play soccer. I started playing club soccer at the age of
10 but I wanted to continue playing AYSO because I enjoyed the camaraderie and the ability to just play for the love of playing.
The games were still competitive but they never revolved around winning.
Advice for the first-time
coach: One of my biggest pet peeves is youth team coaches who take winning too seriously. This has always bothered
me, and I always tell coaches to forget about winning with young players. They need to create an environment where the kids
enjoy playing and are developing their soccer skills. Winning should never be a priority.
CLICK HERE to LEARN MORE! Kids Zone is a dynamic program targeted to eliminate negative sideline behavior. It is aimed toward
producing a thoroughly positive impact on everyone involved in youth soccer.