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AYSC recertified GOLD!

The AYSC is proud to announce that we have been recertified
GOLD
for the “Club Excellence Award” for the third time in a row!


Club Gold Excellence

2016-2017


The OSA has recognized the AYSC’s commitment to continuous improvement and providing a first class soccer experience to over 4000 members.
The AYSC has proven that we are “The Better Place to Play”


The OSA Club Excellence Award is a Province wide recognition program for Clubs that are run efficiently and offer a safe, healthy and enjoyable environment for anyone involved in soccer.  The Award has three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold) with greater expectations for a Club the higher up the levels it goes.  A Club can start at any level of the Award and will provide evidence to prove it has reached the standard for that level. The Award is not mandatory but should be an aspiration of any Club keen to demonstrate its role within the Community.

Last Updated on Friday, 10 March 2017 16:51

 

Health & Wellness



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FIFA 11+ Injury Prevention
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AYSC Healthy Snack Policy
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Concussion & Return to Play Protocol

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AYSC Tobacco Free Policy

 

 




Last Updated on Thursday, 03 September 2015 15:07

 

History

In 1964, after advertising in the Banner, 28 boys and 1 girl formed the first youth soccer registration in Aurora.  The ASC (Aurora Soccer Club) gave them 3 balls and provided the coaches (Adrian Peetoom, Ray Cousins, Benny Steenhorst, Jack Karsemaker and Dick Brom) to run the youth teams.  The first games were played on Saturday morning at Town Park.  A year later the registration reached 60-80 players and the games/practices moved to the fields at the Aurora High School.

Between 1964 and 1984 the number of registered youth players continued to grow each year reaching over 400 kids by our 20th anniversary.  Five years later the Club's registration doubled to almost 800 players.  In 2001 the Club reached a record registration of 3551 recreational players (1645 girls and 1906 boys) and 320 competitive players (8 girls teams, 11 boys teams) for a total outdoor registration of 3871 players. In 2007 this was number reached 4,000 outdoor players and over 1100 indoor players making the AYSC the 3rd largest club in the region.

In 1984 the Aurora Youth Soccer Club was officially incorporated as a non-share (not-for-profit) company.  The move was consistent with what was happening with all soccer clubs in the province at the time. The corporation lapsed in 1990 and was revived on April 1998.  The AYSC hired its first full-time Technical Director in 1995 followed very closely with paid, full-time, administrative staff.  In 2004 the AYSC celebrated its 40th anniversary with the hiring of its first Executive Director.  2004 was also the inaugural season of the Women's Recreational League and second season of the U4 program and third official season of the Men's Pick-up League.  In 2005 The Stinger Stars program was established for children with physical and intellectual disabilities. In 2007 the AYSC was chosen as the Ontario pilot for the Coaches Association of Canada's, Women In Coaching program.  2007 was also the first year of the Aurora Indoor Soccer League (full-field soccer played indoors).

 

Mission Statement

The Aurora Youth Soccer Club provides our members the highest level of soccer development possible and the opportunity to develop friendships in a healthy, inclusive, enjoyable and safe environment by embracing the concepts of good sportsmanship and Fair Play. We provide well-organized and administered Programs that meet our members’ needs and embrace Community values. We represent the sport of soccer in an ethical and responsible manner.

 

PLAYER REQUEST

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Player Request Deadline

Extended to April 10th
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