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Columbia Soccer Club - Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is the Columbia Soccer Club?

·          Columbia Soccer Club is a not for profit organization

·          Columbia Soccer Club is a fully accredited member of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), the United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) and the Missouri Youth Soccer Association (MYSA).

·          Columbia Soccer Club is comprised of recreational league teams and competitive teams.

 

What is the mission of the Columbia Soccer Club?

·          Columbia Soccer Club strives to teach, develop and promote soccer for all local area boys and girls.

 

What is the difference between competitive, academy and recreational soccer?

·          In recreational soccer you will learn the rules as well as skills pertaining to the game. The focus is on learning to play the game while having fun. Playing time is to be equally distributed among players.

·          The academy program is U9 through U12 and is an alternative to the traditional recreational and select team programs. It offers the opportunity for the advanced development of young soccer players. This program participates in a competitive league and tournaments for boys and girls ages 9-12. Players participate and develop in a fun and rewarding competitive arena with emphasis on proper skills and training techniques.

·          In competitive soccer you will typically find a higher standard of play, more focus on development of both individual and team skills. Playing time is determined by the child's ability and at the coaches' discretion.

 

How does the Columbia Soccer Club operate?

·          Columbia Soccer Club Executive Board of Directors consists of a President, Vice President Recreational, Vice President Competitive, Secretary, Treasurer, Executive Director and Registrar.

·          Columbia Soccer Club recreational coaches are all volunteers, and typically are parents of players.

·          Columbia Soccer Club competitive coaches are paid.

·          Columbia Soccer Club head coaches (Recreational, Academy & Competitive) are required to hold at least an 'F' license through Missouri Youth Soccer Association.

·          Columbia Soccer Club head and assistant coaches are required to complete and pass a background check thru MYSA in Got Soccer.

·          Columbia Soccer Club competitive coaches are chosen by the Director of Coaching and placed to an appropriate age division. Some are parents of players.

·          Columbia Soccer Club pays for all or some of the license training available for coaches thru MYSA.

·          Columbia Soccer Club covers the travel expenses for non-parent coaches.

·          Columbia Soccer Club board meets the 2nd Monday of each month and is open to all members.

·          Columbia Soccer Club is a self-supporting club, reliant upon player registration fees, tournament revenues, sponsorships and fundraisers.

 

What time commitment is expected from the parents? (Recreational)

·         Some coaches will ask for parental help with snacks, calling players to notify them of practices and games, etc.

·         Recreational games are played on Saturday mornings and some weekday evenings at Cosmo Park.

 

What time commitment is expected from the parents? (Competitive)

·          Each team will need a manager. It is the manager’s responsibility to help collect and process all paperwork for the coaches and reserve hotel rooms for the team when traveling out of town.  Managers are responsible for communication from the coach to the families regarding practices and game schedules, etc. 

·          Each family will be required to work at our fall and spring tournaments. (1 ˝ hours per family)

·          Each family will be required to work approximately 24 fundraising volunteer hours at bingo per player per year.

 

What does the recreational registration fee cover?

·          Missouri Youth Soccer Registration and Liability insurance.

·          Fall & Spring league registration.

·          Game and referee fees

·          Uniform (jersey, black shorts & black socks).

·          Team equipment.

·          'F' licensed head coaches.

·          14-16 games per year.

 

What does the competitive registration fee cover?

·          Missouri Youth Soccer Registration and Liability insurance

·          Team equipment

·          At least an “F” licensed head coach and assistant coach

·          Uniform (U9-U14) (U15-U18 purchase their own)

 

Why does the Columbia Soccer Club hold tryouts for competitive teams?

·          Tryouts are necessary to conform to MYSA's definition of a competitive program.

·          Columbia Soccer Club might not find a position on a team for every player who attends tryouts.

·          The number of teams formed in each age group will be based on the number of competitive players available.

 

When is training? (Recreational)

·          Your volunteer coach, generally a parent, will inform families of sessions.

·          Training for U5-U7 is for 25 minutes prior to the start of games. Scheduled game times are actually the start of practices. For U8-U9 practice is one 1 hour session per week. For U10 practice is one 90 minute session per week. U12 and older, training sessions are not to exceed two 90 minutes sessions per week.

 

When is training? (Academy)

·          Training is 90 minutes on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings with times TBD and will be announced before the season begins.

·          Training will be held at Pride Park.

 

When is training? (Competitive)

·          Columbia Soccer Club Competitive teams will conduct two to three training sessions per week typically lasting 1-˝ hours each.

·          Training will be held at Pride Park.

 

Columbia Soccer Club Recreational Registration Information (what you will need)

·         Columbia Soccer Club registration is online thru Got Soccer. A parent email address is required for registration.

·         Items that should be uploaded to your players Got Soccer account:

1.     Birth Certificate

2.     Photo – this should be a close up head shot used to print on your player card

·         Fees may be paid online or by check made to Columbia Soccer Club. Please note the players name and age division in the memo line if paying by check.

·         Registration directions can be viewed by following this link:  http://www.columbiasoccerclub.net/2011%20Reg%20Directions.pdf

 

Columbia Soccer Club Academy & Competitive Registration Information (what you will need)

·          Missouri Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) form – available one the forms page. Skip league name information section, the ID number is the state file number on the players birth certificate

·          Medical release – available on the forms page. As of April 14, 2011 these forms no longer need to be notarized.

·         Items that should be uploaded to your players Got Soccer account:

1.     Birth Certificate  (please provide a copy to your team manager as well)

2.     Insurance Card info – both front & back (please provide a copy to your team manager as well)

3.     Photo – this should be a close up head shot used to print on your player card

4.     Medical release form (please provide a copy to your team manager as well)

·         Fees may be paid online or by check made to Columbia Soccer Club. Please note the players name and age division in the memo line if paying by check.

·         Registration directions can be viewed by following this link:  http://www.columbiasoccerclub.net/2011%20Reg%20Directions.pdf


How are cancellations determined?

·          Game cancellations are determined by the Columbia Parks and Rec Department by taking into account the field conditions and players safety. The cancellation hotline number is (573) 874-7663, sign up to receive email notifications by following this link: http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/Web_Mail

·          Enter your cellular information in your players Got Soccer account to receive text message notifications.

 

Why do some ages play small sided games rather than 11v11?

·          Small sided games allow kids to develop technically and tactically by allowing for more touches on the ball on a smaller field. This greatly aids in the development of each player technically and tactically. Small sided games are recommended by U.S. Youth Soccer Association and most international soccer federations.

 

Does Columbia Soccer Club offer scholarships?

·          Scholarships are offered to qualifying members through our Shaun Long Scholarship Program. You can review the rules and print an application by following this link: http://www.columbiasoccerclub.net/CSC_Scholarship_Info.pdf.  All recipients are kept confidential.

·          Rules are subject to change depending on sponsorships from area businesses.

·          For questions please contact the Recreational Vice President at vprec@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

If I would like to make a donation or sponsor the club, who do I contact?

·          CSC President at president@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

Who should I contact with more questions?

If a recreational team needs to reschedule a game or has questions regarding games, equipment, etc. who do I contact?

·          CSC Vice President of Recreational Soccer at vprec@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

If I want to volunteer to coach, or have questions regarding coaching, training, or other coaching concerns, who do I contact?

·          CSC Director of Recreational Coaching at docrec@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

If I have questions that relate to the Academy program, who do I contact?

·          CSC Director of Soccer Operations at dso@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

If I have questions regarding the Competitive program (Pride teams), players or coaching, who do I contact?

·          CSC Director of Competitive Coaching at coachk@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

If I have questions regarding registration for Columbia Soccer Club programs, who do I contact?

·          CSC Registrar at registrar@columbiasoccerclub.net

 

If I have questions regarding recreational team placement, who do I contact?

·          Your player’s division coordinator – TBD, contact information can be found on the Board page.

 

If you have questions regarding officiating, who do I contact?

·          Officials for both recreational, competitive league & tournaments are handled through the Central Missouri Referee Association. Please visit their website for more information. www.cmsra.info

 

What is the CSC mailing address?

·          P.O. Box 7506

Columbia MO 65205

 

CSC Recreational Soccer Rules

Insert rules card when finalized for fall 2011

 

CSC Academy & Competitive Volunteer Obligations

 

What are my Volunteer obligations when joining the Club?

Our mission of building soccer requires us to ask our parents to contribute between 20-30 hours of work to the club each year.  Most hours are spent running Saturday night Bingo at the Cosmopolitan Club.  Other hours are spent sorting uniforms, general up keep on Pride Park, & other team duties.  We also ask that each family contribute 1 ˝ hours at each of our tournaments, one in the fall and one in the spring.  All of this time helps us build a successful tournament and a stronger soccer community.

 

Why do we work Bingo as a fundraiser?

Bingo is a good source of income for the Columbia Soccer Club.  The proceeds from bingo pay for our facility costs, as well as contributing to many other operating costs.  Instead of having to sell multiple fundraising products throughout the year you only have to work a maximum of 24 hours or 4 Bingo slots per year (Aug 1 to July 31) 

 

What does Bingo Eligible mean?

The Missouri Gaming Commission oversees the rules of Bingo.  By their rules in order to work Bingo as a floor worker, you must be 16 yrs old and be a member of the Columbia Soccer Club for a period of two years.  This can include the current player or any sibling in their immediate family. 

 

What does Bingo Ineligible mean?

If you have not been a member of the Columbia Soccer Club for two years then you must work in the concession stand at Bingo until you become eligible.  You must be 13 yrs old to work in the concession stand.   You are asked to bring one large homemade dessert for every slot assigned.

 

How do I know when I will work Bingo?

The Bingo commander makes the schedule for all the teams of the club.  Each team is scheduled nights to work until all the slots needed have been completed.  Dates your team is assigned are communicated through your Team Manager

 

What is the Bingo policy if I have multiple children playing for the Club and I want to work my obligation?

1 player = 4 Bingo slots

2+ players = 3 Bingo slots for each

Bingos would be split between teams. 

Example: a family with two players would work 4 for the first player and 3 for the second.  The extra spot will always be assigned with the oldest player.

 

What if I don’t want to work BINGO?

If you do not want to work BINGO, you pay the fundraiser waiver fee of $400 at the beginning of the season.  If you have multiple children playing with the Club and you want to buyout of all commitment then follow the schedule below:

First Child = $400

Second Child = $350

Third Child = $300

Fourth Child = $250, and so on

 

Where is BINGO located?

BINGO is played most Saturday’s at the Cosmopolitan Club.  The address is 1715 Burlington Columbia, MO 65202.  Take Rangeline North, make right on Vandiver Street.  Travel approximately 2 blocks and make a right on Burlington.  The Cosmopolitan Club is the blue building on your right.

 

What time should I arrive?

All BINGO workers should arrive at 4:00 PM.  Concession stand workers will be done around 8:30 PM.  Floor workers will be done after the completion of BINGO, at the latest 10:00 PM.

 

 

 


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