• 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament
  • 2013 Regional Tournament

Welcome to AYSO Region 190

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We are Sterling Heights soccer and have been providing quality youth soccer programs for over 35 years.  

We are more than a soccer league.  AYSO Region 190 is a soccer community, inspiring the best in its parents, volunteers and players, on and off the field, while creating friendships and lasting memories for all.

Fall 2016/Spring 2017 Applications Now Being Accepted

smileysoccerballFor Girls and Boys born August 1, 1997 - August 1, 2012

Applications for the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 season are now being accepted.  Once you've applied online, you will need to bring in your paperwork to the Sterling Heights Parks and Recreation Building during one of our registration dates listed below.

Our season is broke up into two halfs, Fall 2016 and Spring 2017, with 10 games in each half.  Games in the Fall start the day after Labor Day and end around mid October.  Games in the Spring start during the last week of April (weather dependent) and end around the 2nd week of June (prior to the last day of elementary school). 

Registration Events
May 10, 7:00 - 8:30 PM

May 16, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
May 21, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
June 28, 7:00 - 8:30 PM

NOTE: Your application is NOT complete until you bring in your paperwork to one of the registration events listed above.   


NEW - Skills Night Sessions

SoccerSKillsStarting May 5 and ending June 2, we will be conducting Skill Night sessions for all registered U8 through U14 players.  Skill Nights will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from 7:00 to 8:00 PM at Oakbrook Elementary School.  

We will have 2 professional coaches from U.K. International Soccer, running players through various drills and exercises to increase their soccer skills.  This is free to all currently registered AYSO players, just drop-in with your shoes, shin guards and soccer ball.

Section 8 Tournament

2soccerplayersAll teams are invited and encouraged to participate in the Section 8 Tournament on June 24-26.  This year the tournament will be held right in our backyard.  Our neighboring region, Warren, is hosting this year's Section tournament with games being held at Halmich and Hartsig park.  U8 - U12 divisions will play at Halmich and U14 & above will be at Hartsig.

There is a small registration fee for teams that wish to participate.  All teams must register by May 23.  There's an early bird registration discount if teams register by May 9.  

Parents and players, let your coach know if you would like to play in the tournament.  More information as well team applications can be accessed by clicking here.


Don't Miss Out! AYSO Soccer Camps

logo AYSO camp smallAYSO Region 190, Sterling Heights Soccer, will once again be hosting a week-long camp July 25-29, with both half-day and full-day options.  With the help of UK International Soccer Camps, AYSO's official camp provider, this camp will be delivered by professional coaches that are trained and certified according to AYSO standards, including Safe Haven.   For more information, click on the Register NOW button below.

Kids Zone

In AYSO, we want all players, coaches, families and volunteers to have fun. That’s where Kids Zone comes in. Kids Zone is a program that encourages fans on the sidelines, and anyone else near the play, to use positive language, show sportsmanship in their attitude and behavior, and create a great experience for every player. It’s a reminder that the soccer fields are a kid’s zone – a friendly, happy, wholesome place for children to play.


The Kids Zone Pledge – parents and spectators are asked to sign the pledge and agree to the following guidelines:

  1. Kids are No. 1.
  2. Fun, not winning is everything.
  3. Fans only cheer, and only coaches coach.
  4. No yelling in anger.
  5. Respect the volunteer referees.
  6. No swearing or abusive behavior.
  7. No alcohol, tobacco or drugs.
  8. No weapons.
  9. Leave no trash behind.
  10. Set a proper example of sportsmanship.
When it comes down to it, Kids Zone is about supporting every child on the field - even those on the opposing team. It means supporting the players whether they win or lose. It means honoring the game – not the outcome of the game. Remember, respect starts with you!