AYSC’s Executive volunteers and Club coaches have been working extremely hard since registration closed to set teams and schedules for the first half of the season. Thank you for your patience.
What Team am I On? When Do I Play? Where Do I Play?
You can view your team assignment at:
THIS LINK CAN BE FOUND ON THE HOME PAGE OF THE AYSC WEBSITE, SO YOU CAN EASILY LOOK UP INFORMATION ON YOUR PHONE IF YOU GET TO THE FIELD AND FORGOT WHERE TO GO!
Your team assignment will show your team ID, team leaders, field location, and weeknight / Saturday times.
A HUGE thank you to our volunteer Team Leaders and Assistant Team Leaders for stepping forward – please help them as much as you can!
The format for weeknight sessions is half practice / half game. Team Leaders will typically conduct a practice session with their team, and then play an intra-squad game (sometimes called a scrimmage) for the remainder of the time.
The format for Saturday is to play a game against another team. Team Leaders will conduct a short warm-up session (10-15 minutes) with their team, and then play a game against another team for the remainder of the time. SCORES / STANDINGS ARE NOT KEPT AT THE DEVELOPMENTAL LEVEL.
Saturday game schedules, along with a field map, can be found at:
Each game on the schedule has TWO TEAMS identified by letters and a FIELD NUMBER that corresponds to the field map. Please take note of the schedules carefully.
Some temporary player shuffling may occur in-game to promote fair play, per BC Soccer guidelines.
There will be no AYSC activities on the Thanksgiving weekend.
AYSC Soccer – Rain or Shine
AYSC activities take place rain or shine. AYSC will only cancel activities if the Township of Langley closes the fields (or sets the field status to ‘discretionary’, where the Club will cancel games if we determine the condition of the fields is unplayable). There are no games in the event of snow. Township field status can be viewed at https://www.tol.ca/recreation-culture/parks-and-amenities/field-status/. The Club will communicate any closures as quickly as possible via email.
A jersey, shorts, and socks are provided at the start of the season.
Shin guards are mandatory for all age groups to prevent injury.
When it’s cold out players can wear a jacket or sweatpants under their jersey. A toque is also an excellent idea – no hats with brims (i.e. no baseball caps).
A player must not use equipment or wear anything which might be dangerous. Rings, necklaces, watches, bracelets, earrings and barrettes MUST be removed.
Players need cleats or runners (not provided). AYSC operates a free soccer boot exchange at Aldergrove Athletic Park (Rubbermaid bins in the large container). If you need boots, check to see if there are a pair that will fit your player. If you have used boots to exchange or donate, please put them in a Rubbermaid bin on any session day.
Participant & Spectator Conduct
We would like to remind all participants / spectators that any sort of negative behaviour at the pitch (rude or unsportsmanlike comments, verbally abusing players / coaches / referees / opposing spectators, etc.) is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
As a young player, it can be very unnerving to have an adult make negative comments about your person, your play, or your team from the sidelines.
Individuals who cannot abide by these guidelines may find that their player is suspended or forced to withdraw from the season.
Please ensure you moderate your behaviour at the pitch. This is a game and is meant to be competitive but FUN.
Photo Day – Sunday October 30
Photo Day is set for the morning of Sunday October 30, 2022. Watch your email for further details.