Spring Registration

U7-U18 SPRING NON TRAVEL PROGRAM

  Richmond Girls Soccer U7- U18 Spring Programming


RGSA Spring 2017 Academy  (non travel)

The RGSA Spring non travel Academy offers specialized training by our qualified professional coaches in a positive, encouraging and age appropriate environment.  Players will be focusing on developing both their individual technical skills along with their team skills that can be practised during a game setting.   Players who enrol in the travel program will be placed in training groups based on age and in accordance to long term player development.  Players may be moved up an age level on the recommendation of the TD staff and volunteer coaches. 


WHAT DOES NON TRAVEL ACADEMY INCLUDE?

  • two training sessions a week on Monday and Wednesday
  • qualified professional coaches for both sessions along with an approved and certified volunteer coach
  • scrimmages when/where possible
  • training on grass and turf where possible


PROGRAM COSTS:

  • U7-U18      $350.00
  • an additional  $35.00 to join the league play
  • Please note that when you register your daughter(s) for spring non travel, there will be a box to check to indicate your desire to be part of the 8 week league play.  Payment will be accepted after confirmation that a team can be formed. 


WHEN DOES IT START, TIME AND WHERE?

  • training begins on Wednesday April 19th and ends on Wednesday  June 14
  • U7-U8           5:15-6:30
  • U9-U10         5:15-6:30
  • U11-U12       6:30-7:45
  • U13-U18       7:45-9:00 


Please note that these times may change based on number of registrants at particular age groups.  Training will take place at Hugh Boyd from April to May and afterwards we will be moving to a grass facility in Richmond for the remaining sessions.  We have requested that when we move to the grass fields that we all have access to a public washroom.  

There may also be a jamboree game day on either June 3 OR 4th in Richmond depending on the number of members who participate in the new spring league.


NEW Option for the Non Travel Players

This year, the RGSA is hoping to offer non travel teams the opportunity to play in an eight (8) week spring league where teams will play other like minded teams throughout the lower mainland.   The Cascadia league is still in the exploratory stages and will be meeting with BC Soccer shortly for approval to be a sanctioned league. This new league will have 4 home games that will be played at Boyd on Sundays with a set schedule and 4 away games against other associations.  There will be no games on the May long weekend.


KITS:

Many players will already have the complete blue kit from last spring and Monday Night Academy and we will be re using those kits along with the new red kit that was worn in the fall/winter season.  If a team is going to be entered into the league play, we will be able to match players up with recycled blue kits where needed.   If you do not have either kits, we encourage all players to wear black socks, shorts and a black shirt which can all be purchased directly from Soccer Link.


The RGSA will be offering all members the opportunity to register

early and receive an early bird rate.


To qualify, your registration must be completed fully by Monday February 13th 2017.

 In order to finalize all the training groups, registration will close at the end of February.


Some teams and players may play at a higher level than their age ( ie a 2006 player may be asked to play at the 2005 level) and this is at the full discretion of the TD Coaches along side the team volunteer coaches. 


The RGSA reserves the right to cancel session based on poor weather conditions and any other situations which would lead to unsafe training environments.  As mentioned previously, the RGSA reserves the right to change training times based on enrolment numbers at any age group.


There will be no refunds after the first session. 


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U10-U18 Spring Travel Program

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Richmond Girls Soccer U10- U18 Spring Travel Program


RGSA Spring 2017 Academy  (travel)

The RGSA Spring travel Academy offers specialized training by our qualified professional coaches in a positive, encouraging and age appropriate environment.  Players will be focusing on developing both their individual technical skills along with their team skills that can be practised during a game setting.   Players will be placed in training groups based on age and in accordance to long term player development.  Players may be moved up an age level on the recommendation of the TD staff and volunteer coaches.   All travel teams will train and play under the guidance of our professionally trained TD coaches as well as our certified and approved volunteer head coaches. 


This year the RGSA is looking at the opportunity to enter our teams in a spring league that will consist of eight (8) games being played on Sundays where four (4) games will be in Richmond and four (4) will be away.  At this point of time,  this new league, Cascadia Soccer League, is in exploratory stages and the RGSA participation will be confirmed once it has been sanctioned by BC Soccer.


WHAT DOES TRAVEL ACADEMY INCLUDE?

  • two training sessions a week on Tuesday and Thursday
  • qualified professional coaches for both sessions along side approved, certified volunteer head coaches
  • scrimmages when/where possible
  • training on grass and turf where possible
  • two away tournaments for U11-U18
  • one away and one local tournament for U10  


PROGRAM COSTS:

  • U10           $495.00
  • U11-U18   $525.00
  • an additional 35.00 to join the league play

WHEN DOES IT START, TIME AND WHERE?

  • training begins on Tuesday April 18th and ends on Sunday June18th
  • U10-U11       5:15-6:30
  • U12-U13       6:30-7:45
  • U14-U18       7:45-9:00 

Please note that these times are may change based on number of registrants at particular age groups.  Training will take place at Hugh Boyd from April to May and afterwards we will be moving to a grass facility in Richmond for the remaining sessions.  We have requested that when we move to the grass fields that we all have access to a public washroom. 


NEW Option for the Travel Players

This year, the RGSA is offering travel teams the opportunity to play in an eight (8) week spring league where teams will play other like minded teams throughout the lower mainland.  This new league will have 4 home games that will be played at Boyd on Sundays with a set schedule and 4 away games against other associations.  

     Please note that when you register your daughter(s) for the spring travel, there will be a box to check to indicate your desire to be part of the 8 week league play.  Payment will not be taken at the time of registration for the league play but please mark the box if your daughter(s) wish to participate.


KITS:

  • as most players in the travel program will already have the new fall kit ( red jersey, red shorts, red socks and black alternate), we will be using these kits for the spring program as well.

TOURNAMENTS:

  • the U10’s will be participating in the local Umbro Challenge held on the May long weekend (May 19-22) in Surrey 
  • U11-U18’s will be participating in the Kamloops Slurpee Cup held on the May long weekend in Kamloops ( May 19-22) 
  • all teams will be participating in the Skagit  Firecracker Tournament in Burlington, Washington held June 16-18th 
  • there may also be a day of soccer on June 3 OR 4 in Richmond based on number of participants in the Cascadia League


This  year, all members will be responsible for booking their own hotel for each of the away tournaments.  Hotels have already been reserved for each tournament and all teams will have the opportunity to stay together as an association.  The RGSA will provide when and where parents are encouraged to book their room(s) with the understanding that rooms are only held to a specified date. 


The RGSA will be offering all members the opportunity to register

early and receive an early bird rate.  To qualify, your registration 

must be completed fully by Monday February 13th 2017

In order to finalize all the teams, registration will close at the end of February.


Some teams and players may play at a higher level than there age ( ie a 2006 player may be asked to play at the 2005 level) and this is at the full discretion of the TD Coaches along side the team volunteer coaches. 


The RGSA reserves the right to cancel sessions based on poor weather conditions and any other situations which would lead to unsafe training environments.  As mentioned previously, the RGSA reserves the right to change training times based on enrolment numbers at any age group.


There will be no refunds after the first session.


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Richmond Recreation Spring Program

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Let’s Play Spring Soccer!

Girls & Boys born 2013 to 2005

April 18 to June 24, 2017

 

1425770983 Programming for 2012 to 2009 born players:

The spring league is a game based program open to all players of all levels and abilities. Players who register for this program will be placed on a team and will participate in a series of small sided games in a 3v3 or 4v4 format against other teams participating in the league. RFC in partnership with BC Soccer will also run a Grassroots Festival to kick start the program, and another to wrap up the program as a grand finale to the program. The program will run for a total of 10 weeks and teams will play 2 games per week one on the weekend and the other during the week.

1425770983 Programming for 2008 to 2005 born players:

The spring league is a game based program open to all players of all levels and abilities. Players who register for this program will be placed on a team and will participate in a series of small sided games in a 6v6, 7v7 or 8v8 format against other teams participating in the league. RFC in partnership with BC Soccer will also run a Grassroots Festival to kick start the program, and another to wrap up the program as a grand finale to the program. The program will run for a total of 10 weeks and teams will play 2 games per week one on the weekend and the other during the week.

1425770983 Programming for 2013 born players :

Richmond FC Parent-Tot program has been developed as a fun introduction to soccer for players born in 2013 which runs for 8 weeks over the spring. Designed to prepare players for entry into “mainstream” soccer programming that runs September to March each year, with 4 years old being the youngest allowable age. The program will operate every Sunday, and parents will be expected to participate in the sessions with their child. Sessions will be 45 minutes in length, and will follow a curriculum developed by the RFC Technical director, Steve Hood, based on the Long Term Player Development model.

Key Points about the 2017 Spring Soccer League:

* Spring Soccer League runs April 18 to June 24 – twice a week, except Parent-Tot which is once per week.
* The League is run jointly by the Richmond FC (boys club) and the RGSA (girls club).
* Focus of the spring league is skill development through game play. ALL sessions are small-sided games per above – there are no practices.
Field location is to be announced when the season starts (but will be at the same location for each session).
* Equipment required are shinguards, socks and soccer cleats. All players receive a league t-shirt to keep.

REGISTRATION FEES (includes a league t-shirt):

Registration Fee to MARCH 12: $120

Registration Fee to MARCH 31: $150

Late Registration Fee After MARCH 31: $165 (no guarantee to placement on team)

PLAYING DAYS & TIMES

Spring League runs twice per week (you are registering for both sessions) April 18-June 24 (except Parent-tot which runs Sundays, April 23 to June 25). Field location is not known at this time, but it will be the same field for all sessions. Field location will be sent out just prior to the League start-up. Please don’t email to ask as we don’t know at this time.

2013 Co-ed
Sunday 9-9:45am OR 10:00-10:45am

2012 Co-ed
Saturday 9-10am AND Monday 5.30-6.30pm

2011 Co-ed
Saturday 10.15-11.15am AND Wednesday 5.30-6.30pm

2010-2009 **Separate Girls/Boys
Girls: Saturday 12.45-1.45pm AND Monday 6.30-7.30pm
Boys (2010): Saturday 2-3pm AND Tuesday 5.30-6.30pm
Boys (2009): Saturday 11.30am-12.30pm AND Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm

2008-2007 **Separate Girls/Boys
Girls, Boys Saturday 11am-2pm AND Tuesday 5.30-7.30pm
(1 hr game in each time frame above on each day, preset schedule)

2006-2005 Co-ed
Saturday 9am-12pm AND Wednesday 5.30-7.30pm
(1 hr game in each time frame above on each day, preset schedule)

**2010 to 2007 will only be separate boys and girls if girls’ registration numbers permit the formation of at least 3 girls teams to form their own League. If registration numbers do not allow for the formation of 3 girls teams, then 2010-2007 will be run co-ed with at least 3 to 4 girls per co-ed team. We will not be able to confirm this until registration is closed (March 31) and we are able to review the registration numbers.

http://www.richmondfc.ca/2017-spring-soccer-league/

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