Our Six Philosophies
Some facts about 5B
What our Alumni Say
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
Brian ChingManaging director of the Houston Dash and the first Hawaiin to ever play for the U.S. Men's National Team
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.