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From every team practice to every tournament and team party, safety is a big part of keeping things fun. We aim to provide a safe and positive environment where each child can learn, play and have fun. Each individual has the responsibly to help keep our youth safe. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind:

  • Advise your child never to leave a practice or game alone. Walk with a buddy whenever possible.
  • Never let your child swing from or climb on a soccer goal as they have been known to tip over, resulting in serious injury and even death.
  • A player must not wear anything that is dangerous. All items of jewelry (e.g., earrings, bracelets, rings) must be removed before stepping out on the field.



A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This sudden movement can cause the brain to bounce around or twist in the skull, stretching and damaging the brain cells and creating chemical changes in the brain. Medical providers may describe a concussion as a “mild” brain injury because concussions are usually not life-threatening. Even so, the effects of a concussion can be serious.

When in doubt, pull them out!

The free, online concussion training—the CDC: Concussion Courseis required for all AYSO volunteers including board members, coaches, assistant coaches, team managers, referees and any other volunteers working with children. The training must be taken every two years. The current date to be in compliance is August 1, 2015. To take the training, please Login to AYSOU.


Whenever a player or youth volunteer has suffered an injury or illness that required the care of a physician or a visit to an emergency care facility, the Participation Release Form must be completed in full and signed by the child’s parents or guardians before the player or youth volunteer will be allowed to participate further in the program. In addition, if a player was evaluated by a medical professional, for symptoms of concussion, the Concussion Release Form must be completed and signed by a medical professional.

These forms protect not only AYSO, but more importantly, the participants. Players should not participate until they are fully healed and ready to play. The AYSO Participation Release Form and/or the AYSO Concussion Release Form must be completed and given to the Region 68 Safety Director before the return to participation in any AYSO activity.



We understand that your pet is another valued member of your family; however, because others may have allergies or be scared of animals, pets are not allowed on our fields (unless it is a service animal). It is our goal to make the soccer season as safe as possible for you, your family and even your pets. Therefore, we ask for you to leave your beloved family pet at home. 

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Mailing Address: AYSO Region 68 PO Box 3017 Camarillo CA 93011, Office Address (Unstaffed): 1161 Calle Suerte Suite F
Camarillo, California 93012

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