PARENTS AND PLAYERS
Supportive parents are a vital component to a successful youth sports organization. Parents, in cooperation with coaches, referees and league officials, help to establish a positive atmosphere in which our kids can thrive, not only as athletes, but also as people.
When does registration open for Recreational Fall Soccer
Registration opens the start of May and closes at the end of June.
What equipment will my child need?
Your registration fee includes a uniform shirt, shorts and socks for the fall season. Other equipment that each player will need:
• SHINGUARDS – these are MANDATORY for a child to play in the games. Players should also wear them to practice because they may be playing/scrimmaging at their practice sessions.
• SHOES – players may wear sneakers or soccer cleats (NOT baseball or football cleats, which have a toe cleat). Cleats are recommended but not required.
• SOCCER BALL – players should have their own ball; U6-U8 need a SIZE #3 ball, U10-U12 need a SIZE #4 ball, U14 need a size #5 ball.
Players shall not wear anything that could be dangerous to themselves or another player, including hard casts, watches, jewelry (including post earrings), hair clips, and eyeglasses with metal frames.
How will I know which team my child is on?
Teams are formed in July and the Coach for your team will contact you by the email you listed when you registered you child by middle of Aug.
When and where are practices?
Times and locations are set by the parent volunteer coach. (If you volunteer you get to set the times and location of practices.) The coach will contact you regarding times and locations.
Where will the games be played?
U6 to U12 Games are played in Hollister, Aromas and San Juan Bautista. U14 will usually have games locally or an hour travel time from Hollister.
When will the games be played?
Games are played on Saturdays during the month of September to Mid November.
How much playing time will my child get?
Your child should play 50% of the game by the rules. Understand at the younger ages your child may ask to sit out longer then the year older children. Coaches are encouraged to play all kids at least 50% of the game. Recreational soccer is about playing time and fundamentals not on winning every game.
How can I help Tremors Soccer?
The soccer club is 100% volunteer organizations. All coaches, board members and other volunteers are giving their time so your child can participate in a great sport and have fun. Tremors is in need of Coaches. We will provide you the training to succeed as a coach. We are also in need of Referees. You can start at the U6 age and see the fun of refereeing the sport and move up as you become more comfortable calling the game.
Attitudes are contagious, referees are humans and make mistakes, please take a moment to see this two videos related to parents and players behavior on the field: