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Fall 2015 Region 390 3v3 Jamboree

Like your soccer fast and fun?  Come play in the FREE Region 390 Fall 2015 3v3 Jamboree on November 7, 2015!

At a 3v3 jamboree, players are assigned to teams of 3-5 players.  Teams play short games on small fields, 3 players on the field at a time.  For teams with more than 3 players, substitutions happen every few minutes (first in, first out).  There are no coaches--players coach themselves.  (Teams of younger players may have a parent help with substitutions.)  Teams play several games throughout the day.  The more players in an age division, the more teams there will be and the more games each player will get to play.

The details:
  • Who:  Any player registered for the Fall 2015 season, U6 through U19, Jamboree [U5], and VIP.
  • When: Saturday, November 7, 2015.  Player checkin from 10:30 to 11am, with matches starting at 11.   In case of a rainout, the event will not be rescheduled.
  • Where: LaSalle Fields (all age divisions).
  • Cost: Nothing! It is free to play.  But bring money to buy concessions.  Some concessions will be sold as a fundraiser for the AYSO Region 390 VIP team.
  • What to bring: Both AYSO Region 390 jerseys (red and white for U6-U10 and VIP players, red and blue for U12-U19, red Jamboree t-shirts for Jamboree [U5] players).  Bring water.  Bring money for concessions and souvenirs.
  • How is it different from "regular" soccer?: See the Region 390 3v3 Jamboree Rules 
Note: The Fall 2015 3v3 Jamboree is for Oak Ridge AYSO Region 390 players only.

What to do next: Bring your player(s) to LaSalle Fields between 10:30 and 10:50 on November 7 ready to play.

Parents and guardians: it takes lots of volunteers to put on a 3v3 jamboree.  We need your help so that the kids can have a good time playing soccer!  We need help with setup, laying out fields, player check-in, concessions.  Also, if you are a certified AYSO referee (adult or youth), there will be lots of opportunities to referee that day.  Please use our Contact Us page to let us know how you will help at the jamboree.
Philip Roth,
Nov 3, 2015, 8:31 AM