2021 Fall Rec Program

Recreational Soccer offers a fun no-pressure environment where we hope your child will learn to explore and experience the beautiful game of soccer. Children with little or no soccer experience should play in the recreational program. This will also allow them to develop their soccer skills in preparation for advancement to our competitive level play.

State Sports Guidance + CVSJ Policies

 

2021 Fall Rec Program

  • 8-10 Game season, mid-August through November 
  • U5/6 
    • 45-60 minute practice once a week*
    • $165 fee includes uniform
  • U7-16 
    • 60 minute practice once or twice a week*
    • Registration costs includes uniform
      • U8-10   $200

      • U12       $230

      • U13+     $275

* days of the week and exact times are determined by each coach

  • Coach and friend requests will be accepted with best efforts to honor.
  • Groups will be led by two parent volunteers; one coach and one safety monitor to ensure compliance with all COVID protocols.
  • Location: Local schools/parks in the Cambrian/Willow Glen neighborhoods
  • Parents need to review COVID safety training info with participants prior to the first session and reinforce the importance of following all of the rules.
  • For Volunteers:
    • Will need you to complete the mandatory COVID safety training
    • Background checks, including fingerprinting, still required if not already cleared by the club.
    • 50% discount for one child
    • You get to choose the days for your group (limited by field availability)
  • Season Matrix (birth year):
    • 2016  U5
    • 2015  U6
    • 2014  U7
    • 2013  U8
    • 2012  U9
    • 2011  U10
    • 2010  U11
    • 2009  U12

Late registration will be allowed but placement in a group will not be guaranteed.

Q&A for Player Training

Q&A for Fall Rec Program

How long is the Rec Training Program? Approx 8-10 game per season

Will there be games or scrimmages? Yes, if state and county orders allow.

Can I participate in multiple sports or group activities? Yes

What basic safety guidelines do coaches need to follow?

  • All coaches must wear masks and gloves at all times, no exceptions
  • Coaches use a player Health Check-In prior to each session
  • Coach will always maintain 6 ft distance
  • Coaches will complete their own assessment of player’s health BEFORE starting
  • Coaches complete a mandatory COVID safety training, background check, including fingerprinting.

What do I need for practice?

  • Bring your own ball
  • Bring your water bottle
  • Maintain 6 feet distance from others at all times
  • Bring face mask and hand sanitizer

Are players required to wear a mask at practice? 

Masks are required during play, as tolerated by the player. Masks are mandatory for coaches and observers at all times and for players not actively engaged in play (eg. on the sideline)

How often are practice sessions?

  • U5/6 - 45-60 minute practice once a week*
  • U7-16 - 60 minute practice once or twice a week*

* days of the week and exact times are determined by each coach

Who runs practice sessions? 

Groups are led by two volunteers; one coach and one safety monitor to ensure compliance with all COVID protocols. Training plans are developed by experienced and professional coaches.

 

How do I become a coach? 

Recreational coaches are volunteers and typically parents of the players and must pass a background check. If you are interested in coaching a recreational team, please indicate your interest when registering your child.