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  American Youth Soccer Organization - Region 161
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AYSO 161 Player Development Academy (PDA) for U08 and U10 Players
NEW - Spring 2014

AYSO 161 is proud to announce our Player Development Academy.  This 7-week Academy is held on Friday evenings during our Spring season and is open to all AYSO 161 boys and girls in the U08 and U10 age divisions.

Player Development Academy training is led by a UK Soccer International professional soccer trainer who has experience playing and teaching the game and the ability to foster a true passion for the game in young players.

Tuition is $50
per player for the 7 week session and space is limited to 12 players per age division.

For more information or to Register - visit our PDA Web page


For over 20 years the American Youth Soccer Organization’s VIP Program has provided a quality soccer experience for children and adults whose physical or mental disabilities make it difficult to successfully participate on mainstream teams.

     Download our VIP Flyer for more information.
                   [VIP Spring 2014 Flyer]

       Register for a Region 161  VIP team today!


Lightfoot Field Status:   OPEN on April 26th for Games
In the event the fields are too wet to play - the word 'CLOSED'
will appear here and all coaches will be notified by One Call Now.
 Coaches will then be responsible for contacting their players
and parents if canceling an event is necessary.
Soccer is played rain or shine. 
View Weather for more information.

Please support the organizations that support AYSO Region 161:

Gold Sponsors:
Bauer-Reno & Assoc. Real Estate
Joann Wine and Associates

Xtreme Powerline Construction
Marcotte Disposal

Silver Sponsors:
Cargill (2 teams)
Jeff's Rubbish Disposal, Inc.
Lakeview Oral Surgery

Port Huron Hospital Foundation
Scott Ferguson, DDS Family Dentistry
Semco Energy Gas Company
Speedy Q Markets
Dick's Signs
Skate Port 2

Bronze Sponsors:


New legislation was passed in Michigan which mandates that all youth coaches take the CDC’s “Heads Up” Concussion in Youth Sports online training course. If you would like to learn more about concussions and how to recognize and treat them, please visit the following CDC online "Heads Up" web site. 
We encourage all parents and players to watch the video:

In addition, the Michigan law mandates that each parent and player review and sign a “Heads Up” Concussion Information Sheet prior to the youth athlete stepping onto the field for the spring soccer season. We all want our children to be safe and healthy and we appreciate your understanding and support of this new law.


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