Our Six Philosophies
Some facts about 5B
What our Alumni Say
I played AYSO while growing up in Rancho Cucamonga, California. My first team was coached by my mom and named the California Kickers.
Carlos BocanegraNo-nonsense, battling central defender of the U.S. Men's National Team
Alex MorganU.S. Women's National Team forward, Olympic Gold Medalist, and World Cup Champion
I think AYSO is where you develop that “first passion” for the game. It definitely happened in my life. I’ve turned it into a career now. I’m very thankful for my experience in AYSO. Started me going to where I am today.
Amy RodriguezForward of the U.S. Women's National Team, World Cup Champion, and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist
The beauty of AYSO was that you had kids from all walks of life who just wanted to be active and run around and play soccer. I started playing club soccer at the age of 10 but I wanted to continue playing AYSO because I enjoyed the camaraderie and the ability to just play for the love of playing. The games were still competitive but they never revolved around winning.