For 41 years, Diamond Bar AYSO has been training your champions. Since 1973 we have been a not-for-profit recreation league where EVERYONE PLAYS! The league is made up of more than 1000 players and is supported by the efforts of the players, volunteers and parents and the sponsorships of the community. We are part of the National AYSO program which supports 500,000 players nationwide.
The alumni of DB AYSO include many players that have gone on to play in high school and college. Our own special alumnus, Alex Morgan has gone from DB AYSO to DBHS to UC Berkley to the U.S. Women’s National Team and brought home the Gold in the 2012 Olympics in London.
The league is divided into nine divisions by age and is open to all players between the ages of 4 and 18. Our VIP league, which is in its’ 18th season, is open to all children and young adults with special needs. The season will start September 6th and goes to late November or early December.
We are registering for the Fall season and there are two sign-ups left. Both will be at Pantera Park from 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. on May 15th and June the 3rd. If your player is new to the league or has skipped a season please bring a copy of a birth certificate or another official document showing the date of birth. Please visit dbayso.org to learn how to pre-register your player. All volunteers must register via e-sign so again, please visit our site for instructions.
From Sharon Ellis, the Regional Commissioner of DB AYSO; “This is going to be a great year. We are initiating two new important programs. The first is our new U5 division for players born between August 1, 2009 and July 31, 2010. The second is the start of our new e-sign and e-registration for players. You can pre-register on-line, print two copies and bring them to one of our registrations with your payment and you’re done. For volunteers this process is mandatory so please use the system and bring a copy to any of the registrations. So let’s play and let’s volunteer, it’s all for the kids!”
No matter what sport your child is involved in, Diamond Bar is in need of more fields to accommodate the children of our community. There are efforts being made by the “Fields for Kids Project” that needs your support and contributions to help improve and acquire better venues within our city.
Please visit our website www.dbayso.org for information. Contact for registration is Greg M. Busch at email@example.com.