Deadline: March 15, 2006
MANAGERS MEETING: 7-8:30 pm, Tues. Feb.
Jefferson School, 26th and Hennepin
NEXT BOARD MEETING:7-8:30 pm, Tues. Feb.
Jefferson School, 26th and Hennepin
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION -
Welcome to old and new members of the Westside
F. C. soccer family! Deadlines for timely player registration
for 2006 competitive soccer are listed above. Incomplete registration
forms will result in delay of registration and/or team assignment.
A complete registration includes a filled out and signed Registration
form, filled-out and signed Emergency Information Consent
Form, copy of birth certificate or passport (if not already
on file), and one of the following payment methods: correct
payment, initial payment and payment plan request, or financial
aid. All required documents must be in the possession of the
registrar. Lack of these items will delay registration and
make a player ineligible for a player card.
Westside F. C., a non-profit organization
is an affiliate of the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association
(MYSA). As an affiliate member, we expect all players, coaches,
parents, and volunteers to adhere to the "Code of Conduct"
as outlined in the MYSA Policies & Rules Manual.
Westside F.C. is staffed primarily by volunteers.
Without volunteers, we cannot function. The more people who
volunteer, the lighter the load on any one person. If you
willing to donate some of your time and talents to make the
great game of soccer available to kids in our community, please
contact Kim Sturdy, Club Administrator.
Filling Out the Forms: PLEASE PRINT
LEGIBLY USING BLACK INK and fill in every line. Cell numbers
and e-mail addresses make it easier for your team coach/manager
to get important information to you in a timely manner. Incomplete
forms will be returned. Per MYSA Policies & Rules Manual,
Sections 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206, parental signature on the registration
form binds the player to Westside Football Club for the current
soccer year, unless a transfer is initiated by the parent
and approved by both clubs and district director involved.
Fees: Westside F.C. is a non-profit
organization. Our fees are determined by the cost of our programs.
Fees for competitive soccer pay for fields, field equipment,
player cards, insurance, referees, coaches, coaching director,
tournaments, club mailings, and administrative costs. Registration
fees are determined by date of registration; see chart on
Payment Plans: If you are unable to
pay the entire fee at once, payment plans are available. Send
in an initial payment (required minimum of $112.50) and a
completed Payment Schedule Request form (required with all
partial payments). This form is available here, or by calling
763-493-5857 or contacting email@example.com.
All payment plans are subject to review and approval. All
payment must be approved by the start of the season. Player
cards will not be issued to anyone who has any outstanding
balance for fees and/or uniforms.
Scholarships: Our goal is broad participation.
To apply for a scholarship, send in a completed Financial
Aid Request form (required for all scholarships). The form
is available at www.westsidesoccer.mn.org, by calling Sandy
Hager at 763-559-4523 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The
deadline for scholarship requests is March 1, 2005. The Scholarship
committee will review all Financial Aid Requests and will
notify all applicants. Scholarships do not include uniforms.
Scholarship Donations: Contributions
to Westside F.C. are welcome throughout the year. Contributions
may be included with registrations or sent to our Treasurer
at any time. Westside F.C. is a bona fide, non-profit corporation:
your donation is fully tax deductible. Give a kid a chance
to play soccer!
Uniforms: All Westside players are
required to wear the official club uniform. Uniforms may change
every few years due to product revisions from our vendors.
Every effort is made to ensure the longevity of our uniforms.
Questions regarding uniforms should be forwarded to Beth Ogren,
612-922-1625 or email@example.com.
Registration Form Requirements: You
must include the completed and signed registration form, the
completed and signed Emergency Information form, and either
payment, partial payment with a Payment Schedule Request form,
or a Financial Aid Request form. ALL REGISTRATIONS THAT ARE
NOT COMPLETE MAY BE RETURNED TO SENDER WITHOUT PROCESSING.
Teams: Rosters can be based on tryouts
and/or set in consultation between the coaching director and
team coaches. Westside reserves the sole right to move athletes
from one team to another. Our goal is to place every registrant
on an age- and skill- appropriate team. Due to minimum and
maximum roster constraints, that is not always possible. Players
whose registrations are received after the registration deadline
will be placed on teams as available. Your fee will be refunded
if we cannot place your athlete on an appropriate team. There
is a fee for voluntary withdrawal. Register early for best
U9/U10 Developmental League-self-selected: Y4 Maroon for more
experienced; Y5 Gold level for less experienced. (6V6). Roster
U11 Competitive-self-selected: Classic Maroon as the upper
level; Classic Gold as the lower level. (8V8). Roster limit:
U12 Competitive-Three levels, assigned based on U11 summer
season standings: Classic 1, Classic 2, and Classic 3, with
C3 level being broader based than the upper levels and C2
being broader than C1 (8V8). Roster limit: 14.
U13 & Competitive-Four levels: Premier, Classic 1, Classic
2, and Classic 3. Premier is the most competitive division
Up and Classic 3 the least competitive and the broadest based
level. (11V11). Roster limit: 18.
For U12 and up teams, MYSA will not allow
teams to self-select into Premier, Classic 1 and Classic 2
divisions. It promotes and relegates teams between divisions
as it deems in the best interest of the sport. Newly formed
teams (in which 2/3 or more the team have not played together
in the previous summer) will start in Classic 3. MYSA's goal
is to make Classic 3 the largest division, with Classic 1
and 2 limited to more committed and competitive teams.
Practices: Attendance at all practices
is strongly encouraged and is essential to become a skilled
player and to have a successful team experience. Practice
schedules are determined by the team and coach together. Players
should be contacted by their coach or manager about practice
schedules. Westside F. C. will schedule training sessions
with a staff coach, in addition to regular scheduled practice.
Lack of attendance at practices only hurts you and the team.
Coaches may reduce playing time based on practice attendance
at their discretion.
Tournaments: Tournaments are a great
way to build the continuity and teamwork of your team. Most
tournaments guarantee your team 2-3 games in the course of
a weekend -sometimes more if they win. During the summer,
many teams enter 2-3 tournaments in addition to their league
play. These fees are the responsibility of the participants.
Teams should register early (February and March for Summer)
and by posted dates for all post-season play. Visit the MYSA
Website at www.mnyouthsoccer.org for more information on tournament
details and availability.
Summer Season: League play will begin
Monday, May 8, 2006.
Play for U9/U10 must completed by Friday,
July 20, 2006. The U9-U10 Jamboree will be held on Saturday,
Play for U11-U19 must be completed by Tuesday,
July 11, 2006. District Tournaments will be held between July
12-July 18. State Tournament begins July 28-August 4 with
rain dates of August 5 and 6.
Game Schedule: Game schedules are handed
out at the Mandatory Summer Coaches Meeting, Saturday, April
8763 Queens Gardens North
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
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