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2019 Fall Soccer Registration Dates


2019 Community Soccer Divisions

June 10


Registration Open


DivisionBirth Years for Participant
Cost
Tiny Strikers (3 year olds)2016

$30

Week of July 8th


In person Registration (dates and times TBD)


Little Kicks (4-5 year olds)
U5 (Preschool)
2015
2016
$30

July 10


Registration Ends


U6
(Kindergarten)
2014
2015
2016
$40





U72013
2014
2015
$50

Community & Travel Coaches Meeting


U8
2012
2013
2014
 

CCL Coaches Meeting

   
       

CCL Games Start


U11 (CCL)
2009
2010
2011
 

August 24


Community Games Start


U12 (CCL)
2008
2009
2010

CCL Tournament

U13 (CCL)
2007
2008
2009
 

Community Tournament

U14 (CCL)
2006
2007
2008
 
     U15 (CCL)
(8th grade and under)
2005
2006
2007
 
All Travel Divisions$120

 



 

 

 

Late fee = Additional $25

 

Louisville Soccer Club CCL & Community Registration Form


If you prefer to print and mail in your registration, please click here for a printable version. Please mail completed registration form and payment to Louisville Soccer Club P.O. Box 426 Louisville, OH 44641

Questions with registration please email Angela Emmons

If you require financial assistance, please complete the LSC Scholarship Form and return it WITH your registration form prior to the registration deadline.


 

Once you've registered:

Please print and turn into your coach:  Louisville Soccer Club Medical Form

COMMUNITY SOCCER

U4 - Tiny Strikers - Age 3 - $30
U5/Preschool – Little Kicks – Ages 4-5 – $30

• Skill development session/practice with a fun scrimmage game
• Saturday morning and/or Sunday afternoon sessions at Metzger Park
• Appropriate for players wishing to develop a fun, solid soccer foundation
• All participants will need a Community Reversible Jersey - $25

U6/Kindergarten – Ages 5-6 – $40

U7/U8 – Ages 6-8 – $50

• Teams play against other Louisville soccer teams at Metzger Park
• Appropriate for players wishing to develop a fun, solid soccer foundation
• All practices will be held Monday through Friday, 5:00 or later in Louisville
• Games will be played on Saturday mornings and/or Sunday afternoon
• All participants will need a Community Reversible Jersey - $25

 

CO-COMMUNITY LEAGUE

U9/U10, U11/U12, U13/U14 – Ages 8-14 – $50

• Teams play against other Louisville and neighboring community soccer teams on fields in Louisville or Alliance
• Appropriate for players wishing to develop a fun, solid soccer foundation
• All practices will be held Monday through Friday, 5:00 or later in Louisville
• Games will be played on Saturday mornings and/or Sunday afternoon
• All participants will need a Community Reversible Jersey - $25

 

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     



Community & CCL Soccer Player Uniform:

  • Reversible blue and white LSC jersey

  • Shorts or sweat pants

  • Shin guards

  • Soccer socks that cover the shin guards

  • Soccer cleats

If your child does not have the reversible blue and white jersey, you may purchase one during the online registration or visit our in-person registration booth at Giant Eagle to see if we have any used jerseys in your child’s size.  Shin guards, socks, and soccer cleats may be purchased at any sports department store such as Beatty’s or Dick's Sporting Goods.  The Louisville Soccer Club does not have any rules regarding the color of socks, shin guards, or soccer cleats.

Tips on Cleats
The Louisville Soccer Club requires players to wear soccer cleats for safety reasons.  The most important reason is to prevent players from slipping on the field and causing injury. Football and baseball cleats are not acceptable.  We also recommend that before every practice or game you double tie your soccer player’s cleats.  Many practices and games have had to be stopped for a player to tie their shoes.  If gone unnoticed, this too can be a safety issue.

Guidelines for Jewelry

In general, soccer rules are becoming stricter with regards to jewelry.  The Louisville Soccer Club is enforcing the policy to not allow any jewelry during soccer matches. The only exception is players whom have recently had their ears pierced who cannot remove them.  In this case, they will be asked to cover up the studs with a Band-Aid.

Click here for printable version. 

soccer order formrev.pdf

Code of Conduct

Louisville Soccer Club  - Athletic Code of Conduct 

Please read the below "A simple guide to being a good soccer parent on the sidelines" (adapted from Michael Langois) 

Let the Coaches Coach: Your player is trying his/her hardest on the field and they hear many voices all at once. The most important voice they here is THEIR COACH's. It becomes very confusing for your child while listening to YOUR voice AND the voice of the coach. Limit your enthusiastic comments to "Good Job! or Nice try!" Coaching from the goal or either sideline is also not acceptable.  

Do you very best NOT to criticize your child's coach.... not to other parents, and especially not to your child. Your child brings his/her best effort to their coach at every game, and if the coach has been undermined at home by mom and dad, it is easy for the player to lose respect and enthusiasm for the game. If you have specific concerns, please speak privately with the coach, or soccer board if necessary. 

Do not criticize other players on tour team OR on the other team.  There is simply no place for any negative or critical comments on youth soccer fields. Ours kids are learning a team sports which includes GREAT sportsmanship on the part of parents and other players. This includes not gossiping in the parking after the game. The child's attitude is a reflection of your attitude. 

A word about Referees. Referees are the easiest target for our anger and frustration. DO NOT CRITICIZE A REFEREE during a game. Sometimes they make good calls, and sometimes they make bad calls. This is part of the sport. If you criticize the refs for how a game turns out, you are teaching your child to blame someone else when things go wrong.  

Bottom Line is...... KEEP IT POSITIVE ON THE SIDELINE. Be encouraging to a fault. Young players succeed best when they have both the support of their coach AND positive encouragement of their parents. Young athletes do not need to be reminded of mistakes they made. CHEER THEM ON...you can often see young players "turn up the hustle" when they hear encouragement from the sidelines.   

I therefore agree: 

    • I will not force my child to participate in sports.  
    • I will teach my child that doing one's best is more important than winning, so that my child will never feel defeated by the outcome of a game or his/her performance.  

    • I will praise my child for competing fairly and trying hard, and make my child feel like a winner every time.  

    • I will never ridicule or yell at my child or other participant for making a mistake or losing a competition  

    • I will emphasize skill development and practices and how they benefit my child over winning.  

    • I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during games and practices, unless I am one of the official coaches on the team.  

    • I will NOT engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with any coach, player, parent, participant, official or any other attendee.  

    • I will NOT engage in any behavior which would endanger the health, safety, or well-being of any coach, parent, player, participant, official, or any other attendee.  

    • I will NOT use drugs or alcohol while at a youth sports event and will not attend, coach, officiate or participate in a youth event while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  

    • I will NOT engage in the use of profanity.  

    • I will treat any coach, parent, player, participant, official, or an other attendee with respect regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ability, sex or sexual orientation.  

    • I will NOT engage in verbal or physical threats or abuse aimed at any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.  

    • I will NOT initiate a fight or scuffle with any coach, parent, player, participant, official, or any other attendee.  

I hereby agree that if I fail to conform my conduct to the forgoing while attending, coaching, officiating or participating in an LSC sports event, I will be subject to disciplinary action, including but not limited to the following in any order or combination:

    • Verbal warning issued by an LSC board member or official.  
    • Written warning issues by an LSC board member or official.  

    • Suspension or immediate ejection from and LSC sport event issued by LSC board member or official.  

    • Season suspension or multiple season suspension issued by LSC board member.  
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