- Area G Regions
- Area F Regions
- Links to region websites
Area G teams (and Area F teams) play a Fall Winter schedule. This means that teams are formed in late Summer and they play their games in a split season with half of their games in the Fall and half in the spring.
As such, most regions closed soccer registration in July. Many regions have waiting lists at this time of year and fill teams with late registrating families as space allows.
Regions will do everything they can to place children who want to play on a team if you contact them. The greatest impediment to placing a player is that once teams get too large, it hampers our ability to give each child adequate playing time.
If you are interested in signing your child up for soccer at this late date, the best bet is to contact your local region and inquire. There are links to each region's website on the top right hand side of this page.
If you are unable to contact your local region, feel free to contact us on the form below and we will help facilitate that communication.
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Interplay soccer for those teams that participate in the area u12 and u14 divisions begins on Saturday, September 7.
Regions are currently building teams, after which they will be scheduled and added to this website.
The deadlne for submitting teams for the Interplay Schedule is Friday, August 16. All teams are required to have age appropriate certified coaches.
Individual regions may have different start and finish times and dates for younger divisions.
The Interplay season runs from Saturday, September 7 through Saturday, October 26. We are scheduling as many games on Saturdays as possible to ease travel concerns.
AYSO volunteers put a lot of work into giving youths a healthy, happy positive soccer experience and no where is this more true than in the regions that make up Area G.
Each year, our regions are measured by AYSO National for their achievements and each year our regions rank among the best in the country.
This past year is no different. Two of our regions, Region 169 (Grand Blanc) and Region 417 (Fenton) were awarded "platinum" status, the highest recognition a region can receive. Region 823 (Holly) received "gold" status. Region 283 (Flushing), Region 766 (Carman Ainsworth), Region 814 (Byron Durand), Region 821 (Montrose), and Region 1481 (Birch Run) were all recognized with "bronze" status. Region 512 (Swartz Creek) and Region 1155 (New Lothrop) received honorable mentions.
Also of note, Area G was recognized with "platinum" status. Area G is one of 9 areas that support the regions in Michigan and Illinois. It was the 8th year in a row that Area G was recognized with "platinum" status.
Out of the 100 areas in AYSO no other area has done this for more than 4 years in a row. No other area has had all of its regions receive an award 7years in a row and Area G has done it.
AYSO Area G represents 10 local regions in Genesee, northerneast Oakland and northwest Livingston counties. The regions include Birch Run, Byron-Durand Gaines, Carman Ainsworth, Fenton, Flushing, Holly-Davisburg, Montrose, New Lothrop and Swartz Creek.
Members are among the most highly awarded regions in the country, and the area itself is among only 24 nationally recognized areas to achieve Platinum status as awarded by the national American Youth Soccer Organization.
Individually, regions within Area G are among the best in the country, with Fenton Tricounty being named as Region of the Year! Other regions that were recognized with Platinum status include Flushing, Swartz Creek, Holly-Davisburg. Birch Run AYSO was recognized with Gold Status. Grand Blanc and Montrose were recognized with Silver Status. Byron Durand was recognized with Bronze status.
Field maps are incorporated into each regions page. To find a map, click on REGIONS from the top menu and select the region of the team you are playing.
Maps include a "Get Directions" feature. Fill in your complete address in the popup box on the map and click Get Directions. It will create turn-by-turn driving directions. The results are in text. If you would like maps at each step, click the SHOW MAP link.
Trying to find your local AYSO? We've set up a links section accessible from the top menu where you can jump directly to your local regions website.