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Registration is Now Open for Half Moon Bay AYSO Spring Fling Soccer

Sign-up kids ages 4 to 14 before Feb. 3 and save $25.

For the first time this spring, from March 11 to May 18, kids ages 4.5 to 14 are invited to sign up for 10 weeks of Half Moon Bay AYSO soccer practice led by skilled and committed coaches.

The new spring season for U6 through U14 will replace AYSO’s traditional summer season with fall soccer remaining as the main soccer season. The nine-game spring season will be played at the Cunha School soccer complex.

Registration is now open for the spring season, said Carol Hunter, Half Moon Bay’s AYSO registrar. Register early online or at the AYSO Soccer Day, Saturday, Feb. 2, at Sea Crest School and save $25. Registration fee includes uniform and photos.

Parents can log in and register their children directly from the website, www.hmbayso.com, and even pay online with PayPal. With this login, families will also be able to see their child's team information and schedules, get in touch with their coach, and volunteer to help out the region. 

The AYSO Soccer Day on Feb. 2 is from 2 to 4 p.m. at Sea Crest School and will provide an opportunity to register as well offer food, face painintg, music, coach and referee volunteer information, new player evaluations, and bounce house. 

The cost to register is $100 regular registration, $125 late registration for U6-U14+

E-mail questions to communications@hmbayso.com  or check hmbayso.com for details.

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