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AYSO Section 1

Section 1 of the American Youth Soccer Organization brings AYSO soccer to Southern California, Western Arizona, and Southern Nevada and is composed of 11 areas which include over 70 regions, including our own Area 1D and Region 92 (El Segundo). The site has information on region training events for Referees and Coaches, forms, maps and links to the other Areas in Section 1.

AYSO National Organization

The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) is a nationwide non-profit organization that develops and delivers quality youth soccer programs in a fun, family environment based on AYSO's Six Philosophies: Everyone Plays, Open Registration, Balanced Teams, Good Sportsmanship, Positive Coaching and Player Development. This site is a valuable source for AYSO events, training, forms, and other resources.

Cal South

Cal South Logo The California State Soccer Association - South (Cal South) is the official youth and adult state soccer association of the United States Soccer Federation. Cross-Certification to USSF is available to AYSO Intermediate, Advanced or National referees who have been certified as referees for six months or more and who are not currently certified with USSF. All games officiated for AYSO or USSF may be applied toward the certification requirements of either AYSO or USSF.

U.S. Soccer

U.S. Soccer is a non-profit, largely volunteer organization representing soccer in this country in the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) since 1913. This site provides breaking news on our National teams as well as a wealth of guidance for Referees.

Professional Referee Organization

The Professional Referee Organization (PRO) is the organization responsible for managing the referee and assistant referee program in professional soccer leagues in the United States and Canada.
Offering videos and analysis by Professional Referees and much more.

Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)

Founded in 1904 in Paris, FIFA is the governing body for soccer. FIFA has grown to include 204 member associations, including U.S. Soccer, thus making it one of the biggest and certainly the most popular sports federation in the world. 

International Football Association Board (IFAB)

The IFAB is comprised of the four British football associations (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) with one vote each, and FIFA, covering the remaining 207 national associations, with four votes. Passing a motion requires a three-quarters majority.

The mission of The IFAB is to serve the world of football as the independent guardian of the Laws of the Game. As the only body authorized to decide and agree changes to the Laws of the Game, we listen to the football community, with the goal to improve and develop the game for players, match officials and fans while protecting and strengthening the spirit and simplicity of football.

This site provides updates on current events in international soccer administration as well as source guidance for the Laws of the Game.

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