begins January 2nd through March 6th
registration ends December 28th
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Practice Times Are Available See Master Schedule Below:
The Master Schedule shows times rented or reserved. All timeslots empty or not shown are available. We allow rentals any time 24/7. Weekends are broken into 40 minute slots for league games, but will be rented on the half hour in half hour increments.
Recurring reservations are practices paid in advance during the prime time hours and in season. If no recurring reservations are available you may view the master schedule above to find any single or multiple open timeslots. If you currently have a recurring reservation click this link to see your time reserved, and remaining requirements needed to be in good standing and maintain your reservation. Teams that had recurring reservations the prior year have first rights to that same time slot the upcoming season.
FIELD RENTAL RATES
Winter practice costs from October 1st to March 14th are as follows:
M-F 3:30-4:30pm $40 per hour no minimum
M-F 4:30-8:30pm $45 per hour 19 minimum (Prime Time)
M-F 4:30-8:30pm $50 per hour (Prime Time) less than 19 practices (preference given to teams taking minimum 19)
M-F 9:30pm or later $35 per hour no minimum
Saturday - Sunday $40 per hour no minimums
SUMMER AND BIRTHDAY PARTY RENTAL RATES
Summer Rates From March 15th through September 30th are $40 per hour
Possibly the most important key to successful youth soccer coaching is making the training fun for everyone (that includes you!). This requires planning.
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If the referee presents a player a red card what does it mean?
The yellow and red cards were first used in the World Cup in Mexico in 1970. They were instituted first by the English referee Ken Aston who suguested the cards to avoid understanding problems between referees,and players. He based his idea on the traffic light system. A yellow card is a warningto stop rough or reckless play. A red card means that a player is ejected, and is sent off the field. A red card does not allow for subsitution, and the team must play down a player for the remainder of the game. The red carded player must also sit out additional game. A second yellow card in the same game to the same player constitutes the same penalty as a red card.
Registion Now Open 2015-16!
Information regarding schedule (Winter 1):
Each team will have 8 games
Last game depends on Standings
First 2 weeks schedule comes out each week by
the Monday prior to that weekends games
final schedule will be out the 3rd Monday of League
Championship T-Shirts to 1st, medals 2nd place.
Information regarding schedule (Winter 2):
Each team will have 9 games.
Last game depends on Standings.
Games Begin January 2nd.
First 2 weeks schedule comes out each week by Monday
prior to weekend games. Final schedule out 3rd Monday of League
Trophies 1st Place, medals for 2nd.
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