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Recreational youth summer soccer in Great Falls, MT

Mandatory Parent Meeting

Is your child registered for the 2019 season? Mark your calendar for one of the mandatory parent meetings, which will be held Saturday May 11 (10am) and Tuesday May 14 (6pm) at Lions Park (2701 10th Ave S). The meeting should last no more than 30 min. Information about the 2019 season will be provided, you will sign some documents, and you can get answers to any questions you may have!

Required Equipment

  • Soccer cleats or running shoes. Please avoid shoes with a toe cleat (i.e., baseball cleats).
  • Shin guards
  • Socks that cover shin guards
  • Water bottle
  • Unless it is unseasonably cold, we strongly recommend your child wear shorts for games and practices as this will allow a better range of motion and prevent over-heating.
  • Balls will be supplied for practices. Should you wish to get your child a ball to practice with at home, 8U and younger use a size 3 ball, 10U and 12U use a size 4, and 14U use a size 5.

The Parent Code

As a parent, you have a special role in contributing to the needs and development of these youngsters. Through your encouragement and good example, you can help assure the effectiveness of the AYSO program.

Support Your Child

Provide them with encouragement and support. Help your child work toward skill improvement and good sportsmanship in every game. Teach your child that hard work and an honest effort are often more important than victory.

Always Be Positive

Be a role model: applaud good plays by your child's team and by the opposing team, and support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from youth sporting activities.

Be Enthusiastic and Supportive

Let children set their own goals and play the game for themselves. Be careful not to impose your own standards and goals on your child. AYSO philosophy is that player development is more important than winning, which includes giving everyone a chance to play.

Reinforce Positive Behavior

The best way to help a child to achieve goals and reduce the natural fear of failure is through positive reinforcement. If your child makes a mistake, remember that he or she is still learning, ad encourage their efforts and point out the good things they accomplished.

Let Coaches Coach & Referees Ref

Coaches and referees volunteer their time to help make your child's youth soccer experience a positive one. Without them, we would not be able to have games. Support your child's coach, but let them do their job: they don't need your help in coaching from the sidelines. Referees are volunteers that provide an important service to our program and they are hard to find, so please treat them and their calls with respect --especially our youth referees, who are still learning. Mistakes may be made, but this is AYSO-GF, not the World Cup, and player safety is our first priority!

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AYSO-Great Falls

PO Box 2512 
Great Falls, Montana 59403

Email Us: [email protected]
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