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ALL-STARS (Section - Area - Regional)

All-Stars is a separate post-core season program consisting of additional travel to other local regions and competitive soccer.  It is organized and run by Area 1C for players who have demonstrated excellence in soccer skills during the Core program, and are committed to improve their skills again elite players from other local Regions in Area 1C.  Teams play an intense schedule with games on Saturdays and Sundays.

  • Players are selected from the Core program by the head coaches of each respective division based on player ratings.
  • Players selected to an All-Star Team must commit to make practices and games according to the attendance requirement.
  • The number of All Star teams formed is often limited by the number of qualified parents who volunteer to coach and referee.
  • Players whose parents commit to coach or referee during the All-Star Season will be given additional consideration for selection.

Competition within Area 1C may include games versus and located in ANY of the following Regions:

  • Arcadia (2)
  • Pasadena (13)
  • San Gabriel (40)
  • Alhambra (60)
  • Glendale (88)
  • Temple City (98)
  • South Pasadena and San Marino (214)
  • South El Monte (908)
  • Boyle Heights (1304)

There are three levels of All-Star play – Section, Area and Regional:

  • Section All-Stars is designed primarily for players who are in the “older” birthday year for each division.  Each region may enter one team in Area 1C’s Section All-Stars program in each of the boys and girls, U10, U12 & U14 divisions.   
  • Area All-Stars is designed primarily for players who are in the “younger” birthday year for each division.  Each Region may one team in Area 1C’s Area All-Stars program in each of the boys and girls, U10, U12 & U14 divisions.
  • Regional All Stars is designed to further the development of players in both the "younger" and the "older" age groups who have demonstrated excellent soccer skills and enthusiasm. A minimum number of youngers is required on each team.  Each Region may enter as many teams as it can support with qualified referees and coaches.

What are the All Star rules?
All Star rules are governed by Area 1C and can be found at www.ayso1c, or by clicking here.

Grad Series

Graduation (Grad) Series is an introduction for 8U coaches and players entering 10U the following year, exposing them to a more competitive level of play. The program is open to U8 players and other membership year players, consistent with Region 60 policies. All Region 60 teams participating in the program shall be balanced.

Games are played using 10U rules, offside rule, build out line, 7v7 games, goalkeepers, size 4 ball, scores, standings and typically ends in a playoff tournament. 

This program is a great opportunity for players, parents, coaches and referees to become familiar with the new elements of U10 play that they'll encounter in the following membership year. While concepts of U10 competition are introduced, the main focus of this environment is about learning and having fun!

Spring Season

Area 1C 2020 Spring Cup

Spring Cup is an Area 1C program that Region 60 may take part in.   This is an open registration season, tournament style program that will include:

  • 10U-14U may have 3 weekends of tournament style pool play in which multiple games may be played on both Saturdays and Sundays.
  • U16-U19 Upper Division will play 1 game on Sundays only.
  • Other rules as listed on https://www.ayso1c.org/
  • Teams will need to meet coaching and referee requirements set by Area 1C

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P.O. Box 7817 
Alhambra, California 91802

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 626-244-7374
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