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For the Spring Core Season, we will be using this seating area arrangement. We hope this is better for our referees.  All players, parents, and spectators of each team must, where possible, stay on their respective side of the field (at least 5yds off the sideline) during all games. Spectators are to be on the half of the field away from the Assistant Referee.

Region Cup Policy

Region Cup Policy (full details)

What is the Region Cup?
The Region Cup is an end-of-season tournament that determines the Region Champions in the 10U through 18U divisions. These teams will advance to the Area tournament at the conclusion of the season.

How does the Region Cup Work?
The Fall season will be divided into two phases. First, we will play a season of “Friendlies”, focusing on player development. Standings for these matches will not be kept.

Second, we will play the annual Region Cup Tournament. Only teams that have provided the required referee support (by earning the required number of Referee Credits) will qualify to play in the tournament. The tournament outcome will determine the Region Champions in each division.

How can my team earn Referee Credits?
Referee Credits can be earned in two ways: refereeing games or completing volunteer hours.

For each game worked by a certified referee, either as an Assistant Referee (AR) or as a Center Referee (CR), a referee credit will be awarded to the team they represent. Referees may only represent a MAXIMUM of three (3) teams throughout the season. Any exceptions to this policy must be pre-approved by the Region 112 Executive Board.

Referee credits can also be earned with volunteer hours. Each team may earn a maximum of 3 referee credit points for 5 hours of volunteer services to the region by volunteering time at Picture Day, Soccer Fest, Coach Orientation Day, or by providing field support.

EPIC Program and Referees

Details to be provided soon...

Guidelines by Age Group

-- 5v5
-- No headers
-- All players must play 3 quarters before anyone plays the entire game
-- 10-minute halves
-- Size 3 ball

-- 7v7
-- No headers
-- No punts by keeper
-- Build Out Line (see video on this page)
-- All players must play 3 quarters before anyone plays the entire game
-- 25-minute halves
-- Size 4 ball

As part of their Player Development Initiatives, USSF has introduced the Build-out line (BOL) for 9U and 10U.
Here is a video explaining the new rules (this is current as of 2022).

-- 9v9
-- No headers
-- All players must play 3 quarters before anyone plays the entire game
-- 30-minute halves
-- Size 4 ball

-- All players must play 3 quarters before anyone plays the entire game
-- 35-minute halves
-- Size 5 ball

Referee Related Job Descriptions

Click on any of the links below to find the full description of each referee volunteer position supporting the Region 112 Soccer Program:

Referee Administrator  (Ray Ortiz)
Assistant Referee Administrator (Nick Jung)
Director of Referee Assessment (Ray Ortiz)
Director of Referee Instruction (Michael Raycraft)

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Contact Us

AYSO Region 112 La Verne/San Dimas

PO Box 264 
San Dimas, California 91773

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 909-833-3742
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