Your coach will contact you as soon as they have completed all training requirements and rosters are finalized.
There are approximately 10 games per season.
Fees pay for insurance, soccer equipment, referees, training costs and all the other things required to run this type of program. It does not pay for the uniform.
Although shinguards are required, cleats are not. Many younger children are more comfortable in their sneakers. Older children will want the traction that their cleats provide.
No jewelry or anything that could cause harm to other players or themselves can be worn. This rule includes hair beads and barrettes and even casts. We recommend that ears be pierced between seasons because earrings must be removed to play. This is a Florida Youth Soccer rule and not discretionary for the referees or club officials.
Practices & Games
Practices will begin approximately 2 weeks before the start of the season. The Spring season generally begins the first or second weekend of March. The Fall season generally begins the end of August.
The majority of practices are held at the club.
Practice days and times for all age groups are set by the coach on Monday / Wednesday or Tuesday / Thursday at 5 pm or later for one hour.
As we are a recreational program, all of our coaches are volunteers and we rely on our players’ parents for help. Until we secure a volunteer teams are not able to set a practice time or be out at the fields. If your child’s team does not have a coach you will receive regular emails from the club updating you and asking for help with coaching the team.
Only players and coaches registered to can participate in our practices and games. Other are not covered by our insurance.
The majority of games will be played on Saturdays with the possibility of an occasional Friday night or Sunday game depending on the number of teams in the players’ particular age group. All games are played at our Eagle Harbor Complex or Ringhaver Field.
Players and Spectators are kept separate to aid the coach and referees in team management. It helps the coach to have all the players in one place. It helps the player to understand that his instructions come to the coach during the game if he does not have the distractions of the family around.