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AYSO Extra


We are getting ready for our 2024 Extra Season. 

is a competitive soccer program designed to provide a more challenging level for players who possess the appropriate interest, skills and abilities. EXTRA enhances each player's skill development and individual growth through soccer while retaining the spirit, organization and six philosophies of AYSO.


Notifications on whether a player has made a team will be sent out by the coach or the extra coordinator no later than the end of February if not sooner. 

Current EXTRA Teams (Please reach out to the coaches directly if you are interested in trying out for the teams below or were unable to attend prior tryouts).

2016 Girls - Closed Tryouts
2016 Boys- Closed Tryouts 
2015 Boys- Closed Tryouts
2014 Boys- Closed Tryouts
2014 Girls- Closed Tryouts
2013 Girls- Closed Tryouts
2011/2012 Girls- Closed Tryouts

For information about our 2024/2025 teams, contact our coaches by emailing them at the addresses below.

Boys Teams:

2016- Phil Muniga:  [email protected]

2015- Antonio Kirby:  [email protected]

2014- In final stages with a coach:  [email protected]

Girls Teams:

2016- Louie Martinez:  [email protected]

2014- Brian Kuramoto:  [email protected]

2013- Travis Simison:  [email protected]

2011-Ryan Humpert:  [email protected]

Technical Coordinator- Curt Montingue@[email protected]

For any questions contact: 

Brian Kuramoto
Extra Program Coordinator
[email protected]

About the Extra Program

 designed to provide a more challenging level of soccer for AYSO players who have the interest, skills and abilities. It enhances that player's experience and individual growth through soccer while retaining the spirit of and organization membership in AYSO. EXTRA is not designed to overshadow or harm the standard primary program - rather the goal is to strengthen AYSO by recruiting and retaining players and volunteers through providing more competitive play the AYSO way - all EXTRA programs embrace the Six Philosophies of AYSO.

The Board of Directors of Region 112 is committed to developing a world-class competitive soccer program that is focused on providing a more challenging environment and enhancing the training and development for our more serious soccer players. All interested players will attend a try-out in the Fall and/or Spring each year, where they will be evaluated by an assessment team.

Players who are chosen to participate, will be notified shortly after the last try-out. Players who are not chosen for one of the EXTRA teams, will be placed on a core team in the Fall season. Unlike the core program Fall season, EXTRA teams will be formed for a one year period competing against other EXTRA teams throughout Area 1.



Selection to Extra teams are based on open and fair evaluations. Teams are chosen to create a competitive balance. In addition, AYSO's Core Philosophies are still in place and all of our Extra players will play at least 50% of each game. A fair amount of play time for ALL of our EXTRA players is incredibly important to AYSO and AYSO 112. 11 in both the Fall season as well as tournament play in the Spring and early Summer. program is geared toward the top 10-20% of players in each division.


Participation in the EXTRA program requires a higher level of commitment from both parents and players. Unlike the standard recreational program(s) the Region offers, the EXTRA program demands more time and commitment and needs to be the player's primary sports commitment.

Players who participate in the EXTRA program cannot play in another competitive soccer program (i.e. Club). Your attendance at all team functions (practices, games, tournaments, and other events) is not only expected, but it is critical to a successful season. Parents and players are expected to adhere to all rules and regulations, the Philosophies of AYSO, and conduct themselves in an appropriate manner both on and off the pitch and treat others with respect.


Benefits of Coaching an AYSO Extra Team:

1.   Year-Round Play
Coach your Extra team throughout the calendar year.  In addition to competing in the Fall season, Extra teams will continue training / competing in Spring season and summer tournaments as desired.

2.    Coach Mentoring
Extra Coaches have access to coordinate practice-session plans with Coach Administration.

3.    Everyone Plays 
All players are guaranteed to play 1/2 of the game.

4.    Positive Coaching
All coaches must be certified and experienced, as well as positive, instructive and encouraging with the players.

5.    Well-Trained, Quality Referees
Referee teams are mindful of player safety and love of the game.

6.    Committed Players
Players are selected through a tryout process to ensure that the skill and level of commitment is at a competitive level.


  • Clear Sterling Background Check 
  • Complete Safe Haven Certification
  • Complete CDC Concussion Certification
  • Complete Safe Sport Certification 
  • Complete Live Scan Check
  • Complete Division Specific Coaching Certification  
  • Complete Regional Referee Certification.

Coaches that are approved by their Regions must meet the required training and certification standards of the Section 1 EXTRA guidelines which state that a current volunteer application is on file with National, have taken/passed AYSO’s Safe Haven and completed the CDC Concussion Awareness training.

Head Coach Application

Volunteers selected to participate as Head Coaches in the EXTRA Program are some of our most talented and experienced Coaches. For more information regarding requirements and expectations, please review the information on this page. 

We are currently accepting applications for the 2024 year. 

2024 Coach Application

Extra Program Information

These documents and tools have been developed for use by approved AYSO EXTRA programs.  They are designed to assist Regions/Areas/Sections in building strong EXTRA programs and ensuring their success under the national guidelines. Honest, objective feedback will also be gathered to improve programs and to ensure continuation of excellent programming for our players.

(Sections 1/10/11) 
Southern California Extra Developmental 
Soccer League (SCEDSL)


EXTRA Team Sizes:
15U 11-a-side, Max Players 15
14U 11-a-side, Max Players 15
13U 11-a-side, Max Players 15
12U 9-a-side, Max Players 13
11U 9-a-side, Max Players 13
10U 7-a-side, Max Players 11
9U 7-a-side, Max Players 11

An additional player may be added to a roster with approval from RC and Extra Administrator

Additional Information


  • EXTRA™ is a 10-month commitment
  • Players selected to the EXTRA Program will commit to their teams as their priority non-school activity. It is expected that every player attends each practice and game at the agreed upon times for the entire length of the season.
  • In order to satisfy the commitment required by the EXTRA Program, players may not be enrolled and participate in other non-AYSO or Club soccer programs during the EXTRA Program season. Players not adhering to their commitment and attendance may be subject to discipline.
  • It is expected that every player attends each practice and game at the scheduled times. 
  • Parents are still required to support and volunteer as needed, including volunteering as referees for matches within AYSO Region 112.
  • Each Extra team is required to provide a minimum of a 3-Referee Crew throughout the lifespan of the 10-month Extra program commitment.

  • EXTRA teams will not play other Region 112 teams during the Fall season.
  • The Extra Team will have practices 2 times a week for an hour and a half (times/days TBD)
  • There will be some travel involved (ie. Riverside County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County).
  • Games are usually on weekends and there may be games on Sundays.
  • Season starts at roughly the same time as the Region’s Fall season and usually ends a week or two after the end of the regular season.
  • Many teams also participate in tournaments before and after the season.


  • Team Fees: The approximate fee per player will be a total of $450 for the 2024 Fall and 2025 Spring season.  
  • Team Fee must be paid in full no later than August 1st. All team members must pay their fees in full for the team to receive their uniforms.  
  • Additional fees may apply for any outside tournaments or scrimmages. 
  • Teams sometimes elect to buy balls, bags or warm up suits or other items at the players’ expense


  • 2024 Fall Season Circuit Play (Schedule of Games throughout Fall) 
  • One Tournament Fee is Included (Can be used in Fall or Spring) 
  • 2 High Quality Jerseys 
  • 1 Pair - High Quality Shorts 
  • 2 Pairs - High Quality Socks
  • Takes care of the team's Section inclusion fee

Teams can get together and discuss if they'd like gather funding to pay for the following: 

  • Extra branded full zip
  • Extra branded practice jersey, training pants, and socks
  • Extra branded backpack
  • Soccer ball
Approximate cost will be $215 total.



FAQs for the Extra Program

What is the Season Game Schedule Like for Extra? 
The game schedule is very similar to that of the regular Fall season.  Games may start in August and run through December. Most games are on Saturdays but sometimes games may need to be played on Sundays as well.  Extra plays approximately half of their games in other regions around the Inland Empire, Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego counties. 

Will Extra Team Players Have Fall or Spring Team Conflicts? 
No. Extra teams are formed after the Fall or Spring team seasons are over.  Players will never have to choose between the two.

Can an Extra player play on a Fall or Spring Core Team? 
No. A player is only allowed to play in one program.  Extra teams require a higher level of commitment that is difficult to maintain if a player is on multiple teams.

How Many Tournaments do Extra Teams Participate In? 
There is no limit but most teams play between 4-6 tournaments in Spring and 1-3 tournaments in Fall/Winter.



Teams will now participate in The Southern California Extra Developmental Soccer League (SCEDSL) a gaming circuit designed to support the AYSO EXTRA Programs (“EXTRA”) being offered in AYSO Sections 1, 10 and 11.

  • The SCEDSL’s purpose is to create gaming circuits that have been optimized to provide teams the best possible experience, without the historic restrictions related to section boundaries. It may include gaming circuits for 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, 14U, 15U and 16U age divisions (both boys and girls). It includes a Fall season, a Post Season tournament, and a Spring season.
  • RC's & Extra Coordinators should review the SCEDSL Guidelines for more information, including revised Player & Coach Eligibility, Regional Support, Game Scheduling, The SCEDSL State Cup Tournament, and the Program Calendar. 

Extra Coordinator

Name and Age:  Brian Kuramoto, 51years.

Place of Birth:  Bellflower, CA  

Coaching Qualifications/Education:  National E license/AYSO Intermediate; Regional Referee, US Soccer 7v7 and 9v9 license

Coaching Experience:  I’ve been coaching soccer for over 12 years. I coached several age groups both in recreation, all stars, select and club.  I have 5 years of experience coaching club teams for the Temecula Hawks now Legends and have coached in AYSO La Verne/San Dimas for 4 plus years.  I’ve had the privilege of coaching the 2022/23 all-star /select team for the 10U girls where we placed in the top 3 throughout the season and am the current coach for the 2014 girls’ extra team. 

Soccer Philosophy: In the same way that students move through a textbook in school, our players will also follow a path from simple to complex. We understand that players can handle less when they are young and more when they have matured mentally and physically. The most foundational element is a player’s ability to control the body and the ball. Dribbling and skillful touches on the ball are necessary before moving up the ladder to the other components of the game. Like a math teacher building a foundation of basic math, arithmetic, and algebra prior to teaching calculus, we understand that soccer players must build a firm foundation of ball control before they reach what the game will look like when we watch it at the highest level.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Extra Coordinator:

Brian Kuramoto

[email protected]



  • Tryout sessions are run by the Extra Coordinator and Coach Administrator
  • A Team of AYSO Evaluators will assess players. Assuming the numbers and quality of players is sufficient the evaluators will submit a team for approval.
  • All players attending tryouts will be notified via email within 2 weeks of the last day of tryouts regarding the potential status for the team.
  • Those offered positions must accept or decline the invitation within 48 hours or risk not being placed on the team.

  • Players may not play down a division.
  •  Players must tryout in their age division.
  •  Players may tryout and play in an age division above their age division if their age division is not offered. (Player must still be approved by the Regional Commissioner to play an age division above )
  • Extra Tryouts do not guarantee that the team will be formed. 

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