The annual AYSO Rainbow Tournament, marking its 32nd year in 2012, is held from late June through early July at the Waipi'o Soccer Complex on O'ahu. Boys and girls teams in the U-10 through U-19 Divisions are invited to participate in the event.
The Rainbow Tournament began as a cultural exchange program, giving Hawai'i teams the chance to play against stronger Mainland teams. It is a competitive invitational Tournament with emphasis on cultural exchange and teams/spectators' sportsmanship behavior. The Tournament attracts dozens of teams each year.
Profits from the Tournament will be used to improve the coaching and referee programs within Section 7.
The Tournament will be held at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex from July 4th to July 7th 2013.
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Application Acceptance is now Closed. Any applications received will be held on a wait list should an opening become available.
Team roster and Referee forms due.
Dates to Remember
|Team details (list of participating Regions and teams)|
|Results and Standings|
|Tournament Director||Robert McCarthy||
Email the Tournament Director, Rob McCarthy at
or Tournament Registrar, Michelle Cardona
or call (808) 286-9280 for inquiries/information. Preference for contact is by email.
Depending on the number on teams entered in each division the tournament will follow:
- U10-U19 Division: Pool play format with each team guaranteed a minimum of three games & possibly four not including semi and final matches.
- U14 through U19 age divisions will play full-sided games, U12 shall play 9 a-side including a goalkeeper and U10 will play 7 a-side including a goalkeeper.
Download RBT Application 2013(Revised Feb 19, 2013).doc for details.
Players on participating teams must be properly registered in eAYSO and have played in a primary program for their region during MY 2012. Regional Commissioners are responsible to ensure that all players meet eligibility requirements.
Exception: Players attending college (U19) who return to Hawaii for summer vacation are eligible to play provided they are registered in eAYSO by June 1, 2013 and played the most recent season prior to departing for college.
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Teams are accepted on a first-come, first serve basis until all pools are filled. Applications received after May 1st 2013 will be placed on waitlist in the order received. Acceptance confirmation will be emailed to the contact on the application.
TEAM ROSTERS & INFORMATION FORM
The maximum number of players allowed on rosters shall be:
U16 & U19 - 18
U14, U12 - 15
U10 - 10
Teams participating in the tournament must provide a referee team consisting of:
One (1) AYSO certified Center Referee and two (2) assistant referees.
Each referee team will be required to do a minimum of three (3) games during the course of the tournament.
Visiting teams who know they will be unable to supply a full referee team, should notify the Tournament Director or Registrar as soon as possible.
Due to restricted park hours, games will begin at approximately 8:30 a.m. on the holidays, and weekends, and 1:00 p.m. on weekdays. Coaches and players need to plan accordingly.
A full refund will be issued if the tournament is canceled and cannot be rescheduled. If a team withdraws 30 or more days before the tournament, a full refund will be given. If a team withdraws within 30 days of the tournament, (June 4, 2013 or later), no refund will be returned, unless a replacement team is found.
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Click on links to download.
RBT 2013 Rules & Regulations (Revised 04/03/2013)
RBT Application 2013.doc (Revised 04/03/2013)
RBT guest player form
RBT Instructions for Creating e-AYSO Team Roster 2013
RBT Ref form 2013
Waipio Soccer Complex - Google map
93-061 Waipio Point Access Rd
WAIPAHU, HI 96797
is the first and only soccer facility of its kind in the State of Hawaii with 19 regulation fields, including a 5,000 seat stadium with lights for evening events. The complex covers 288 acres and is designed to serve the 30,000 soccer players on Oahu and numerous others who are interested in scheduling international tournaments in Hawaii.
From the West, take H-1 East to Exit 8C (Waipahu) or from the East, take H-1 West to Exit 8B (Waipahu) and merge on to Farrington Hwy. Get into left lane—there will be two brown “Waipio Soccer Park” signs on the left. Pass Waipahu HS on the left and take first left onto Waipio Pt Access Rd. Road ends at soccer park a few miles down.
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|100 - Kailua|