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What is All Stars?
The All-Star Program is a voluntary secondary program offered by Atascadero Soccer for the 10U-14U divisions.  It provides an extended, high competition soccer season for those who do not have a conflicting commitment. Teams will train and compete in a set number of tournaments along the Central Coast.

Who can come out to the player evaluation days?
All players who participated in the regular 10U, 12U, and 14U season may try out for their respective All-Star divisions.  To be eligible, your player must have played in at least 50% of the regular season games that they were eligible to participate in and they have not received excessive yellow or red cards during the season. They will be required to attend the player evaluation days (tryouts) near the end of the regular season of play.

Visit the All-Star Evaluation Info page for more details on tryouts.

If my child was out with injury or illness for more than 50% of the season, is she/he still eligible?
Please contact the All Star Coordinator if you feel this may apply to your player to discuss your individual circumstances. 

Can my player “play up” during All Stars?
Players must tryout for the same division they played in during the regular season.

How are the players selected?
Players will ultimately be selected by an All-Star committee (All-star coaches and recreation board/chairman) through demonstration of high soccer skill and aptitude, a positive and coachable attitude, and good sportsmanship. Rostered players selected will be expected to commit to the entire All-Star season.  

If my player has potential conflicting commitments during the season, are they still eligible?
Players who are unable to commit to play in every All-Star season tournament may be excluded from the selection process.  Players with other commitments may be selected as reserve players.  Reserve players will only be eligible to participate in tournaments if there is room on the roster and that reserve player is available.

Who will the All-Star coaches be?
Regular season coaches are offered the opportunity to apply for an All-Star coach position. In order to be considered, one must have completed the following:
1) Attended and completed a age appropriate training.
2) Safe Sport certification.
3) Taken the CDC concussion course. 
4) Coached in the division during the primary season that you are applying for. (You must be listed on the official roster as a coach.)
5) Must also be in good standing with the Atascadero Soccer program.

If you are interested in applying click the link in the Coach Application in the Links section of this page. 

Who chooses the coaches?
A committee of volunteers is asked to review the coach applications.  After recommendations are made, the Rec Chairman has final approval.

If you are interested in applying to coach, please click here: Coach Application or in the Links section of this page.

When will we find out if our player made the team?
Coaches will notify players after the end of the EOS tournament and prior to Sunday November 19th as to their status. 

How many All-Star teams will there be?
The amount of teams will be based on the amount of players that come to tryouts and the amount of coaches that are available in that division.

When will teams practice?
Coaches will select training times based on their availability.  Practices will begin after the end of the regular season and  held 1-2 times per week. Breaks may be taken during the holidays. Coaches will notify you of the schedule prior to the start of trainings. 

When are the games?
Local tournaments begin in early December and continue through February.  Tournament selection is made as soon as possible once dates are made available and teams decide on their desired participation. Specific game times will be announced by the tournament directors closer to the actual tournament date.

How much does it cost?
Rostered Players:  $300 per player + optional warm-ups and backpack (~$100 extra)
Reserve Players:  $100 per player

What do the fees cover?
Your fees cover:
 *Players uniform (socks, shorts, home and away jersey)
 *Registration of three (3) tournaments.
 *Equipment and practice field space with lights.
Your fees do not cover:
 *Travel expenses to tournaments: (hotel/food/transportation)
 *Additional tournament registrations (beyond the three covered).
 *Uniform Extras (Warm ups, backpack, sweatshirts)

What if I cannot afford the fee?
There are are scholarships offered through the City of Atascadero for all youth sports.  You can also ask local businesses or family members to sponsor your child’s participation. 

When is the season fee due?
All Star fees are due by Dec 1st, 2023. Payment options include checks or online with a credit card.  No cash will be accepted. (More information will be provided as necessary)  
What is the All Star Program Refund Policy?
A full refund will be paid for children who become medically unable to play prior to the first tournament.  Verification in writing from the player’s doctor may be required before a refund can be issued. Except for the reasons above, there will be NO Refunds for an All-Star program.

Is there a referee requirement?
No.  Cal South tournaments provide their own referees.  The tournament fees help to cover the fees to pay the refs.  However, local AYSO tournaments in Paso and SLO require each team to supply a ref team and those teams that are unable to supply a ref team are put at the bottom of the list.  If teams decide to play in either or both of these tournaments it will be highly advantageous for parents to be able to be referees.
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