Helpful Tips

  • Register online and on time to avoid late fees – because of the large size of our program, we need a lot of time for our volunteers to run tryouts (U13/U14 only) and organize teams before the start of the season. This means registration deadlines come up sooner than you think, so mark your calendars.
  • Bookmark this site – you can easily check our home page to see if your field is closed due to weather before you get wet. Your team will also have a password-protected page on this site with the schedule and other team-specific information.
  • Check your email – most of our communications are sent via email (including registration reminders). If we don’t have the right email for you and/or your spouse, you may miss an important update.
  • Try on those cleats before the first practice –check that equipment fits and is in good condition before the season starts. (pre-K and Kindergarteners can play in sneakers, but they still need shin guards)
  • Play soccer together – even if you’re unfamiliar with soccer, your kids get the most out of actually playing with the ball, so get out there and kick the ball around.  It's a great way to spend time together!
  • Sportsmanship applies to parents too – everyone is responsible for maintaining good behavior on and off the fields and showing respect when dealing with other parents, players, coaches, and referees. Your positive example is vital to a positive experience for all. 
  • Get involved – we always need help with coaching, coordinating age groups, fundraising and setting up fields.
  • Keep in touch – we welcome your input at any time.  Your feedback guides our future decisions.