What Do I Wear?
We ask that each participant dress in athletic attire (Gym Clothes). Either sneakers and/or cleats are acceptable, while shin guards are optional.
How Do I Register My Child?
Three Easy Ways to Register:
- Online Registration can be completed by visiting SFTC Registration Link
- Application Form can be completed and sent back either via fax or USPS to our office location.
- Reach out by calling our office, where we can manually register your child.
Soccer for the Community
111 Roosevelt Avenue – Suite A
Yes, a soccer ball is needed. Extra soccer balls will be available for week 1, but we can only accommodate so many children, so we ask that everyone brings their own ball if possible.
Is There a Deadline to Register?
There is no official deadline, but we do have a cap number of participants for each location. Registration is based off first come first basis.
Can I Pay In Person?
Our recommended form of payment is via credit card, but if check or cash is your preferred method, then a check can be mailed or cash can be brought to our office location prior to the start of the session.
Is There A Refund Policy?
Our program is non-refundable. If for some reason a participant is not able to make an entire session we will offer an “account credit” which the participant can use towards any future programs we host.
Can I Make Up A Class At A Different Time / Location?
Unfortunately, classes cannot be made up at other locations, due to our session becoming full as well as not wanting to affect our other sessions.
What Is The Cancelation Policy?
We generally try to post cancellations at least 2 hours before the start of the session. Cancelation of the practice occurs only under inclement weather circumstances.
If Practice Is Canceled, Do We Make It Up?
Yes, we generally make up the missed practice at the end of the 6 week program and have an extra date as our “rain date”.
How Many Participants Are In A Group, And How Are They Formed?
The groups are assembled by gender, age and ability. Each group will consist of anywhere from 10-15 children.
Who Are The Trainers / Coaches?
Our trainers/coaches consist of current and former college soccer players as well as current physical education students and teachers. Each trainer brings a different aspect to the game all which will help aid in the development of your child’s participation in soccer.
When Does My Child Receive Their Free T-Shirt?
The participants will receive their free T-shirt on the third week of the clinic. If for some reason your child cannot make that particular session date, they will be available for the following week on site.
What Is A Clinic? How Will It Be Structured?
Our clinics are one-hour long and it’s a fundamental program where all participants learn the rules, objectives and skills of soccer. The children will be grouped according into age & gender. Each week will consist of a different topic (dribbling, shooting, passing, control etc..). There are NO officiated games, but at the end of each practice session will have a “inter-squad” scrimmage.
What Happens If My Child Is On A Waitlist?
If your child ends up being put on a waitlist when registering, you will be notified via email a week prior to the first session date.