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T-Shirt Colors for Opening Day

For Opening Day (May 4th) once you are assigned to a team and your coach contacts you, please wear any T-shirt you have as close as possible to your team color.  No need to go shopping

If you don’t hear from your coach in time just come to the field 15 minutes early to check in and AYS Staff members will guide you to the correct location.

Actual team shirts are given out Week 2.
If you don’t have the color, any T-shirt is fine.  Cleats are great but you can play in sneakers.

Everyone must have Shin Guards to play.
(No Exceptions)

We will have some for sale at the Concession Stand ($10).

See you on the field~


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*FULL*- All Age Groups – Closed Out

Wait Lists are your only option….Don’t Delay!

Should a spot open up to speed up the team placement process and add your name to the list please fill out the following:

Wait List Form

Team Shirts given out Week 2.  Look forward to seeing you all on the field!  REMEMBER YOUR SHIN GUARDS….Opening Day: May 4th



The AYS program is proud to announce that it will offer a 2019 Scholarship award program. There will be two (2) – $500 scholarships awarded.  This scholarship opportunity is open to any graduating senior at AHS who has participated in the Albany Youth Soccer program.  

Submission should include:
1.  2019 AYS Scholarship Application
2.  An essay on: “How has soccer impacted my life?”
3.  Albany High Transcript

Criteria: The scholarship award is based on essay, soccer participation, and community service.  The scholarship committee consists of: the AYS President, AYS Vice President, and AYS Treasurer.

Please Submit: Application, essay, and transcript must be submitted to the Guidance Department at Albany High no later than April 30, 2019.

Parking Restrictions

REMINDER to: Coaches, Assistants, Parents, and Staff – On Saturday as well as practice nights during the week, please pull down the road and park in the lot. We value our relationship with Albany High and have been asked Not to *Stop & Drop* our kids on the roadway.

They can’t have a bottle neck on that road at anytime with their buses and especially in an emergency situation. Thank you all for your cooperation – Please spread the word…

Who let the dogs out?


While we love our pets we are asking again to Please leave them at home.  The school and the soccer league do not want animals on the field where the children play for safety and hygienic reasons.  We again thank you for spreading the word…