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St. Croix American Youth Soccer Registration

March 28, 2006 – The St. Croix American Youth Soccer Organization will be holding registration for the fall 2006 and spring 2007 season from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Saturday, April 1 and Saturday, April 8, at the St. Croix Renaissance Park. Registration fees for returning players ages 4 – 9 years will be $85 and $100 for new players. Registration fees for players ages 10 years or older will be $65 for returning players and $85 for new players. St. Croix AYSO serves boys and girls ages 3 – 19 years old. Players that cannot afford the registration fee can apply for scholarship funds to cover the registration fee. As has been our policy for 10 years, no player will be turned away due to inability to pay the fee.
The fee covers uniform, shin guards, soccer accident insurance, national player registration fee, quarterly subscription to "Play Soccer" magazine, specialized training of coaches, referees and administrators, special events and end of season medal or trophy.
This season there will be a new Kinder Kickers program for players three years of age and a Tournament Team Season during the summer of 2007 for players ages 11 and over (where players will travel for 1-week or 10-day soccer program overseas).
AYSO is a national non-profit organization that develops and delivers quality youth soccer programs in a fun, family environment based on the AYSO philosophy: Everyone Plays, Open Registration, Good Sportsmanship, Positive Coaching and Balance.
For information, contact Debbie Earnest at 719-7264 or stxinfo@ayso1383.org

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