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14U Division Information

Larger field + Bigger soccer ball

In 14U the field dimensions increase again by a lot from 12U (~50% increase in both length and width).
The soccer ball size also increased - 14U uses the regular size 5 ball.


From this division and up, teams will play in the Area 10/E 14U Inter-Regional Play. This means that Region 4 Core teams play against each other, as well as against our neighboring regions (Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Newbury Park, Malibu and Moorpark). Our home field is Valley View Park, but teams will need to travel to the different fields around our region.


A minimum of 7 (??) players are needed to field a team.
A maximum of 11 players from each team are on the field, 1 player is the Goalkeeper.
In case of injury, any substitute can replace the injured player.

A player can only play at most 2 quarters per game as Goalkeeper.
If a Goalkeeper does play 2 quarters in a game, he/she cannot be subbed out 2 quarters in the same game.

Team Roster Distribution

In order to receive your team uniforms, you must submit all the following:
  • Head Coach must be Volunteer Credentialed
  • Assistant Coach must be Volunteer Credentialed
  • Team Manager must be Volunteer Credentialed
  • Head Coach must be signed up for Advanced Coach Certification course
  • Assistant Coach must be signed up for Advanced Coach Certification course

Team Welcome Email

Once you receive your Team Roster, have your Team Manager send out a Welcome Email to introduce yourselves, set expectations, inform team of Practice Schedule, etc.
Template / Sample Available (or posted)
Set Parent meeting to obtain volunteers (usually before or after first practice)
Team Referee is vital for games and playoffs; we recommend 2 per team.

Rosters are Not Final, there may be adjustments throughout the season


Practices usually take place in Valley View, but there are other options as well (like WCP). Coaches will be given a Google Doc with their top choices of fields and day/times, and the practice scheduler will determine final locations for teams. Contact the Practice Scheduler with any questions: [email protected]

Uniform Distribution

Uniforms will be distributed as soon as the Sponsorship Form and check is delivered to the Division Director, and the Team Volunteer Form has been completed. For a description of all volunteer positions, please see this section of the coaches page.

Pro-Scrimmage (Saturday Aug 17th)

Take advantage of the Pro-Scrimmage day, it’s a great opportunity to give your team some game experience Games are usually 30 minutes Practice game conditions against another team

Game Day Reminders

  • NO jewelry
  • No pets
  • Trash bags - remind the Snack volunteer
  • Halftime snack (grapes or cuties) is a good idea too
  • Water breaks - players stay on the field, parents bring water
  • Subs - show number to AR and then move away from field and touchline
  • Coaches and Parents need to stay near centerline
  • Coaches should not ‘joystick coach’; observe and take notes for upcoming practices
  • Focus on helping with positioning during a game.
  • No action verbs (pass, dribble, shoot)
  • Parents cannot 'coach' only cheer
  • The kids get confused enough with what's going on. Having a parent direct them only makes it worse
  • Referees are volunteers; without them, we would not have games
  • Let's all HAVE FUN

Playoffs and Playoffs Points

Even though the whole season is played in Area 10/E Inter-Regional Play, Playoffs will still be played only against our region's teams (seed determined by placement in the Inter-Regional table). 

20 Points are required to qualify for Regional Playoffs.
9 referee points are Required to qualify for Playoffs
9 points can be earned for Sportsmanship (one per game)
Game Points - 2 points per win, 1 point per tie, 0 per loss


Standings are posted in Area 10/E page.

Important Dates

Date Event
July 20, 2024Coaches Meeting
July 27, 2024

 Team Distribution

Rosters will be released once HC, AC, and TM are all volunteer certified

August 5, 2024Practices Begin
August 5 - 9Parents Team Meeting
August 9, 2024 Team Volunteer Positions Form Due
August 11, 2024Uniform Distribution
August 17, 2024Pro Scrimmage
August 24, 2024First Game
August 31, 2024 No game Labor Day weekend
September 21, 2024Picture Day
October 5, 2024Brookside practices at 6pm will need to be moved due to daylight
October 12, 2024No games in observance of Yom Kippur
November 2, 2024Playoffs Begin
November 3, 2024 Daylight Savings (5pm practices at Brookside will need to be moved to earlier time or field with lights (WCP or Valley View)

Postseason - All Stars

Player Ratings should be completed in late October - These are used to determine which players can be invited to All Stars, and for next year’s team formation. Rate players based on soccer ability (speed, ball handling, aggressiveness, and overall skills).
All Stars need to be balanced with players that play all positions (i.e. not all the top goal scorers make the All Star team).

National Partners

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5739 Kanan Rd. #340 
Agoura Hills, California 91301

Email Us: [email protected]
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