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Can I still sign my child up? Article not rated yet
Our spring season registration has closed. We are not accepting late registrations. Please sign up for our fall season.
How old does my child need to be to play soccer? Article not rated yet
Players between the age of 4 and 15 are eligible to play.
Can my child play down an age division? Article not rated yet
Yes, but we would need a verifable note from a doctor stating why your child is unable to play at his or her age level.  The LHSL board will then need to review the request and either approve or disa...
Can my child play up an age division? Article not rated yet
No.  We have the age divisions broken up by birth year.  Your child will be playing with children that are born in the same birth year.
Do I need to provide a copy my child’s birth certificate? Article not rated yet
Yes, but only if they are a new player to our league. Birth certificates are required by our insurance for age verification. Players who do not submit a birth certificate will not be allowed to play. ...
Can my child play if they have no experience? Article not rated yet
Absolutely! Approximately 30% of all divisions consist of players with no experience. Your child will most likely not be the only one on his/her team who has never played before. New players are alway...
What does my registration fee pay for? Article not rated yet
Registration fees cover field & equipment maintenance, player insurance, state & city registration fees, referee costs as well as player uniform, basic picture packet and trophy. U11 and highe...
What other gear will I need to purchase? Article not rated yet
Players will need to have shin guards, soccer cleats, and an appropriately sized soccer ball. Baseball cleats may be worn by the younger players but absolutely no football cleats unless the toe cleat ...
If my child changes his mind can I get a refund? Article not rated yet
Refunds are not given once late registration has closed unless we are able to fill your child’s spot on the team with a player from the waiting list
Can I apply for a player scholarship? Article not rated yet
Scholarship funds are not set aside from year to year. We do however work closely with local businesses to obtain team sponsorships which allow us to offer up to $20 in scholarship funds per player. F...
How are teams picked? Article not rated yet
SPRING SEASON During Spring Season, teams are computer generated.  Coaches kids will be assigned to coaches teams - others will attempted to be grouped by school in their age division.   FALL SEASON...
Can I pick my coach? Article not rated yet
2013-2008 coach requests are not guaranteed but we will do our best to accommodate them if possible. Coach requests for players in 2007 and up will NOT be honored as those divisions are drafted.
Can I request to be with another player? Article not rated yet
We do allow player requests as we realize that a lot of parents rely on each other for carpooling. There are however a few guidelines. Only one request per child will be allowed, the request must be m...
Can a player switch teams? Article not rated yet
Once the teams are set, players generally cannot be moved off a team onto another team. Teams are divided into the 2013-2008 divisions by school so chances are your child will know at least a few peop...
Can I pick my jersey number? Article not rated yet
Jersey number request is not guaranteed is at the coaches discretion.
What is a skills assessment? Article not rated yet
Players that are subject to a draft will need to attend a skills assessment. This is not a tryout. The skills assessment is a simple evaluation of each player in order to ensure that teams are drafted...
What is my child cannot attend a skills assessment? Article not rated yet
Players who do not attend the skills assessment will not be eligible for the draft. This doesn’t mean they won’t be able to play, only that a coach will be unable to specifically pick them. These ...
When will I hear from a coach? Article not rated yet
Coaches will be given rosters at the coaches meeting approximately 2-3 weeks prior to the first games.
I missed registration, now what? Article not rated yet
For those players who did not register on time we do have a waiting list. The waiting list will be "first come first serve". Payments will not be cashed until your player has been placed on a team. Re...
When and where will practices be? Article not rated yet
Practice time, day and location are determined by the coach. All of our coaches are volunteers and will need to schedule practices around their work schedules. Most teams practice 2 days per week rang...
Do all of the divisions keep score? Article not rated yet
No. The 2013-2010 divisions do not keep score. Scorekeeping begins in the 2009 division.
How much playing time will my child receive? Article not rated yet
All players should play a minimum of 50% of the game. In 2013-2008 division coaches may withhold a player for disciplinary reasons such as disruptive behavior. In 2007-2003 coaches may withhold a play...
Who has playoffs and how do they work? Article not rated yet
2007-2003 divisions have playoffs. At the end of the regular season, the top 4 teams will compete against each other for 1st thru 4th place. Playoff games are typically held in one day with each team ...
How do we get info on cancelled games? Article not rated yet
Games are generally only cancelled for 2 reasons, lightning and after heavy rainstorms when it has been deemed that the fields are too wet and playing on them would result in damaged fields. Informati...
Do the kids play in the rain? Article not rated yet
Yes! We do play and/or practice in the rain as long as there is no lightning. Games played in the rain are subject to being canceled at the discretion of the head referee. Playing in the rain can be r...
Can players wear something extra for cold weather? Article not rated yet
Yes. Players are allowed to wear grey, black or white long sleeves or leggings under their uniform. No colored clothing and all hoods must be tucked into the jersey.
Can players wear jewelry during a game? Article not rated yet
No. Bracelets and earrings can be dangerous to the player wearing them and others around them. If the earrings are unable to be removed, the referee may not allow the player to play during the game. T...
Do we have to wear our exact uniform? Article not rated yet
Yes. All players are required to wear the uniform they have been given by the league. Sock & short colors are very important as referees use these when determining which team is which. This will b...
What if I disagree with the referee? Article not rated yet
It is NOT appropriate for either a coach or spectator to address a referee during a game. If you are interested in clarification on a specific rule or ruling you may request to speak to the head refer...
I have no soccer experience, can I coach? Article not rated yet
Soccer experience is not required. If you want to be involved with your child’s team we provide coaching clinics to teach how to coach. If you are uncomfortable coaching solo the first year we can a...
What is involved in being a team parent? Article not rated yet
If you are thinking about signing up as the team parent……you should! It’s not hard at all and a great way to help out. Team parent duties include coordinating and/or handing out; game & snac...
How do I become a volunteer? Article not rated yet
All volunteer coaches and assistant coaches will need to fill out a volunteer form. Due to state requirements, volunteers must re-apply and be assigned badges annually. A badge that must be worn durin...
Snack Info Article not rated yet
Snacks are not mandatory but are usually coordinated by the team parent or coach. Each child will usually be assigned to provide snacks for one game per season. Snacks generally consist of a half time...
Team Banner Info Article not rated yet
Team banners are not mandatory but if your team wants to make/purchase a banner it is usually coordinated by the team parent. All players are asked to pitch in (around $10 each) to cover the cost.
End of Season Team Party Info Article not rated yet
End of season parties are not mandatory, though most coaches will take this opportunity to hand out trophies. Parties are typically coordinated by the coach and/or team parent and all families pitch i...
 

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