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Spring Registration is Now Open through March 6th

(see below for very important registration instructions)

 Registration Fee:

$65 for players that did not play in the 2014 fall season

$50 for returning 2014 fall players


We offer a $10 discount for each child after the 2nd child per family

(that is, regular fee for child #1 and #2, $10 off for child #3, #4, etc.)


Checks payable to "840 AYSO" (credit card payments accepted on line)


Second Chance Registration Date

Tuesday, February 10th - 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

at the JD George Elementary School Pancake Dinner

ALL players & volunteers must go to www.eayso.org and register on-line


Important Registration Instructions

1. If your family is new to AYSO and you have never had an account on www.eayso.org, click on the My child is new to AYSO and wants to play soccer link and follow the instructions.
2. If you do have an account in www.eayso.org, sign in.  You will be brought to the Welcome page.
3. If your child has never played in AYSO, click on the Application for a new player link and follow the instructions.
4. If your child has played in previous years in AYSO, but not in the 2014 fall season, click on the Application for a returning player link and follow the instructions.
5. If your child has played in AYSO in the 2014 fall season, click on the Signup for other programs link and follow the instructions.  This allows us to track returning players from the fall and gives you the $15 discount since those players already paid for insurance for the year.
6. During the registration process, don't forget to e-sign the Registration Form.
7. Bring one e-signed copy of the player Registration Form and the signed Parent/Athlete Concussion Information Sheet along with the registration fee or credit card receipt to registration.
Contact the Oneida Regional Commissioner at rc@840ayso.org for more information

 The Spring Season is from

April 26th through June 21st

(practices 1-2 weeks prior)

All games in all divisions will be played on Sundays

Spring Divisions:

U-05, U-06, U-08, U-10, U-12

(U-15 and U-19 if enough interest)

Sign up for AYSO Text Alerts
(for AYSO events, registration information, venue changes, game changes, etc.)
Text 840AYSO to 84483
Sign up Through the Web at


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For training information, check out our "Training" page from the menu on the left.

We need immediate help for referees and field workers (paint lines).
Without additional help, some games may be cancelled or rescheduled.
If interested in helping with fields, please contact Tom Campanie @ 423-4357.
Coaches, referees, sponsers, and anyone else that would like to help out in some way,
please contact Heather Friend @ 264.3659 or Kristin Robinson @ 363-0490.

Click here for info on concussions

Safe Haven Training for registered volunteer coaches....click this link!


Region 840 serves the communities of Oneida, Oneida Castle, Sherrill, Stockbridge, Sylvan Beach, Vernon and Verona.

The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) is a nationwide non-profit organization that develops and delivers quality youth soccer programs in a fun, family environment based on AYSO's Five Philosophies:

Everyone Plays
Our program's goal is for kids to play soccer so we mandate that every player on every team must play at a minimum, half of every game.
Balanced Teams
Each year we form new teams as evenly balanced as possible because it is fair and more fun when teams of equal ability play.
Open Registration
Our program is open to all children between 4 1/2 and 18 years of age who want to register and play soccer. Interest and enthusiasm are the only criteria for playing. We do not hold tryouts.
Positive Coaching
Encouragement of player effort provides for greater enjoyment by the players and ultimately leads to better-skilled and better-motivated players.
Good Sportsmanship
We strive to create a positive environment based on mutual respect rather than a win-at-all-costs attitude, and our program is designed to instill good sportsmanship in every facet of AYSO.
Player Development
We train our coaching staff to provide challenges which create stronger, smarter, more skilled players.
http://www.videobuilder.com/flash/ayso/index.html <---click here for orientation video.

Region 840 is the local organization that plans and administers 3 playing seasons: Fall, Winter and Spring. Separate registrations are held for each season.

We are an all-volunteer organization, so we encourage you to sign up to invest your time as a volunteer coach, referee or board member when you register! We will provide training for you.