Welcome to the 2023 Summer SeasonProgram adjustments will be made in accordance with Covid-19 safety requirements throughout the summer.
Program Director: Jennifer McLachlan, email@example.com
|Team||Early Bird Fee Feb 1 - Mar 31||Fee April 1|
Important Dates (subject to change, based on local health authorities)
|Team||Game Day||Team Assignment Notification||Regular Season Dates||End of Season Festival|
|U5/U6 Girls||Tuesdays 6-7PM*||May 18||May 23 - Aug 8||Aug 12|
|U5/U6 Mixed||Tuesdays 6-7PM*||May 18||May 23 - Aug 8||Aug 12|
* there is a small chance that some games may occur 7-8PM. This is unlikely and will only happen if the number of players registered exceeds the amount of field space available at 6PM.
The U6 Division is designed to ensure a smooth transition from Micro Soccer to House League. U5 and U6 players will be introduced to the game of soccer once a week on a field sized to their needs. This earlier introduction to playing against an opposing team will ensure players are ready to move to the full house league structure starting at the U7/U8 level. In U5/U6 your child will be introduced to playing against an opposing team in a 4 vs 4 format (or 3 vs 3 depending on attendance). The field and goal size are smaller than a regular mini-field to accommodate the young players. Each meeting will consist of a 30 minute practice session followed by a 30 minute game. Players will meet once per week for the duration of the season. Coaches and Assistant Coaches
Given the small size of the U6 teams we will need a LOT of volunteer coaches as well as assistants. If you have not yet done so, please consider getting involved as a coach or assistant coach for your child’s team. You don’t need to know the game; you just have to learn it faster than the children! All coaches will be provided with lesson plans for each session. Coaches are not required to follow the plans, if they feel comfortable creating their own they are encouraged to work with their team on any skill they wish. All volunteers, including: coaches, assistant coaches and interested parents are invited to our Micro & U6 Team Officials Conference prior to the start of the season to answer any questions you may have. If you’re not sure, why not talk to the division coordinator.
Coaches Information Meeting:
All players, parents and spectators are required to abide by the WCSC Code of Conduct.
Jewellery: No item of jewellery of any sort will be allowed on the field of play, even if it is taped. This includes but is not limited to necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, leather or rubber bands or visible body piercings. Loose beaded hair is also not permitted unless tied back or covered by a net. This rule follows Law 4 issued by the Canadian Soccer Association and is in place to ensure the safety of everyone on the field. Please, DO NOT GET YOUR CHILD ANY PIERCING DURING THE SOCCER SEASON, THEY WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PLAY WITH STUDS IN.
Refunds: Players notifying firstname.lastname@example.org before May 10 will receive a full refund less a $25 administration fee. After May 10, the Club may provide a pro-rated refund if a player must cease playing for medical reasons. A doctor's statement may be required.
BEFORE YOU REGISTER FOR ANY WCSC TRYOUT/ASSESSMENT/TEAM/PROGRAM: Rowan's Law information and linked material (on home page) to be viewed -- there is a mandatory question regarding Rowan's Law in all registration forms.