Spring Soccer Program Details
March 14 - May 30, 2020
Please note - as of Feb 18, 2020 we are currently reaching maximum capacity in many age groups. Waiting lists will be available for each age group with no payment necessary if your player’s age division is full. More details to follow.
MY2019 Spring Program Details
Parent Meeting (Note Date Change!)
Important Parent Meeting: March 9, 2020 from 7-9 pm in the Wind Room of the Foster City Community Center
Saturday Game Days
- Held every Saturday at Sea Cloud Park (S3) in Foster City and run March 14-May 30, 2020, rain or shine
- 50 Minute session includes learning new skills and reinforcing skills from previous sessions followed by small-sided scrimmages
- Parent participation highly encouraged, especially for children 4U - 8U
- Parents and players should wait at the west corner of S3 Field near the small parking lot until the previous session is complete before entering the field.
- Children will scrimmage with different children within their age group each week. This helps to teach flexibility, tolerance, and teamwork.
- Game Day schedule
Optional Weekly Clinics
- 6U and older may attend ONE optional drop-in clinic PER WEEK run by the UK coaches; several day/time options are available for the different age groups, and drop-in method allows for flexibility to accommodate busy schedules
- No clinics for 4U and 5U
- Purpose of clinics is to learn and develop basic soccer skills and techniques; it is not a team practice
- Clinic location at Sea Cloud Park (Fields S1/S2) and start on March 10, 2020, rain or shine
- CLINIC schedule (*SCHEDULE IS TENTATIVE)
Uniforms and Equipment
- AYSO provides a Spring Soccer T-shirt and socks as a basic uniform with expected distribution at the Parent Meeting or the first Saturday game day. This uniform should be worn for game days. The uniform is not necessary for clinics.
- All children MUST wear shin guards (provided by the parents) for ALL clinics and game days. Shin guards are worn UNDER socks that come up to the knee.
- Children can wear shorts or long pants; on cold days a second layer under the uniform shirt is ok
- No baseball caps or sunglasses are allowed
- Sneakers are recommended for 4U and 5U age groups. Soccer cleats (not cleats designed for baseball, softball, or football) are recommended for older age groups, but sneakers are acceptable; no open-toed shoes are allowed. Soccer cleats do not have a “toe cleat” like other sports cleats - click HERE for illustration. Turf shoes are also acceptable.
FOR ALL CLINICS AND GAME DAYS:
- Items containing metal are not allowed (Exception: prescription glasses and medical alert bracelets which must be taped down)
- No necklaces or bracelets (except medical alert bracelet)
- No earrings
- No pins
- Hair ties or clips cannot contain metal
- Shin Guards are required at all times
- No baseball caps
- Braces or wraps worn to protect joints may not contain any metal component. Soft padded joint supports without metal are allowed.
- Prescription glasses are allowed, but it is recommended that they are worn with a strap. The safest option is to wear contact lenses or prescription sports goggles, but that is not required.
- No sunglasses.
- Click HERE for more information about Safety Rules and Injury Policies
Spring Refund Policy
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