Two Nights a Week programs

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The Aurora Youth Soccer Club offers a recreational house league program for children 5-18 years of age as well as adults 19-55 years of age. The outdoor season starts in May and runs through to August.


Space for all our house league programs is limited.

If a program is waitlisted, you can send us a request to be placed on the waitlist by clicking on the WAITLIST email link to the right of the specific program.

TWO NIGHTS A WEEK PROGRAMS

*** prices as of Apr 1st, 2017 - prices go up May 1st

***NOT ALL PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE IN TWO NIGHTS A WEEK FORMAT
      PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON OUR ONE NIGHT A WEEK PROGRAMS

Program Birth Year Game  Practice  Start Date** Apr Fee May Fee Status
U7/8 Boys** 2009-2010 Thu-7pm Tue-7pm May 23 $300 $310 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
U7/8 Girls** 2009-2010 Mon-7pm Wed-7pm May 24 $300 $310 OPEN
U9 Boys 2008 Tue-7pm Thu-7pm May 23 $300 $310 OPEN
U9/10 Girls 2007-2008 Thu-7pm Tue-7pm May 23 $300 $310 OPEN
U10 Boys 2007 Mon-7pm Wed-7pm May 24 $300 $310 OPEN
U11 Boys 2006 Mon-7pm Wed-7pm May 24 $300 $310 OPEN
U11 Girls 2006 Thu-7pm Tue-7pm May 23 $300 $310 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
U12 Boys 2005 Mon-7pm Wed-7pm May 24 $300 $310 OPEN
U12 Girls 2005 Wed-7pm Mon-7pm May 24 $300 $310 OPEN
U13/14 Boys* 2003-2004 Thu-7pm* Tue-7pm* May 23 $300 $310 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
U13/14 Girls* 2003-2004 Tue-7pm* Thu-7pm* May 23 $300 $310 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
**Combined game/practice each night
* All U13/14 August Games will be played starting at 6:30pm

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Long Term Player Development (LTPD)LTPD1
As part of the Canada Soccer Association's (CSA) Long Term Player Development program, the AYSC continues to implement the LTPD model into our programs. LTPD Is about putting the player first and offering age-appropriate opportunities for kids to enjoy the game of soccer. Making the game fun is key in teaching and coaching, so that players will continue in the game and may even coach or referee as they get older. To learn more about each stage of development beyond the brief descriptions below, please check out our LTPD Section.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 May 2017 13:17

 
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