AYSO Region 49 - Everyone Plays
For 2017-2018, registration is open to all children who have turned 4.
AYSO Region 49 fields soccer teams for boys and girls, in the eastern part of Wichita, Kansas. Region 49 is the oldest AYSO region in Kansas. We have been a charter region in the American Youth Soccer Organization since 1974. We are constantly striving to improve our program and maintain the AYSO philosophy of Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship and Player Development. We want to extend a special welcome to all new players and parents. We hope you have a great time, make new friends and learn about soccer. For more information, call AYSO at 686-AYSO.
Now registering soccer players for the fall on our new web site at http://ayso.bluesombrero.com/region49. There is a link in the upper corner that states "Register now." The total fee is $110. The fee is listed as $92.50, but there is now a non-refundable $17.50 fee if you change your mind and decide not to play. The $92.50+$17.50 gets to $110. This non-refundable portion is new from last year and this is a requirement from National. Also, the only payment options now are credit card. There is still a multiple child discount.
EAYSO no longer is accepting registrations, registrations must be entered into Blue Sombrero.
We have also joined the rest of the world as mandated by FIFA to change the date which determines which age division your child plays in. The cut-off date is now January 1st, not August 1st.
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How to registerStep by step instructions from Blue Sombrero
Calendar for fall 2017
Thank you to Rusty Eck Ford for allowing us to use their facilities for our Board Meetings
Additional (external) soccer information.
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Last update on August 23, 2017