Indoor Soccer Registration
|Age Group||Birth Year||Tentative Playing Days||Fee|
|U4||2014||See Sport Explorerz page||$50|
All registration must be completed online prior to attending the Payment Sessions. Handwritten registration forms will not be accepted.
An administration fee of $25 will be applied to all cancellations up to season start. Once the season starts, a $50 fee will apply up to game 2. There will be no refunds after the second game of the season.
Register here —-> http://emsanorth.com/ (OPENS JULY 1, 2017)
Lobby Clareview Recreation Centre, 3804 139 Avenue
August 31, September 6 and 7 2017 – 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT REGISTRATION AFTER SEPTEMBER 7, AS WE DO NOT HAVE THE FACILITIES OR MANPOWER TO ACCOMMODATE THIS.
1) Community League membership – $25 valid Sept 1, 2017 – Aug 31, 2018.
2) Volunteer deposit – $200
3) U8 and up – uniform deposit of $75 (to be collected at uniform pickup)
4) One copy of “Player summary” – must be printed and brought to the Payment Session.
5) Registration Fees as indicated
All fees can be paid by cash, credit or cheque (there is a processing fee for returned cheques).
Memberships can be pre-purchased at http://efcl.org/membership – proof of payment is required. Membership will also be on sale at the Payment Session.
Each family must sign up for one volunteer commitment. Volunteer commitments stay with the community in which you registered, even if transferred. You are not obligated to do a volunteer commitment to the transfer community, but if you are coaching the team, please ask the transfer community director to contact Horse Hill to confirm.
Deposits are returned at the event at the end of the shift or in the case of ENZSA Zone commitments, upon confirmation of attendance.
Jerseys are provided. U8 and up must return the jerseys at the end of the season. Limited quantities of socks and shorts will be available for sale at the registration session. Shin guards are mandatory. Clean running shoes or indoor soccer shoes are required.
Every effort is made to accommodate player and coach requests however this is not guaranteed. Players may have to transfer to surrounding communities if there aren’t enough to form a team. Registration is still required in the community in which the player resides.
Games are played at the East Soccer Centre for U6 and U8. U10 and up players may travel to other soccer centres, including Spruce Grove. Note: there is an entry fee for adults 18 – 64. A season pass is available, but fees may differ at each centre.
Player Code of Conduct
To assure that the participation in the Horse Hill Community League Soccer program is a constructive and positive experience and to maintain a safe and enjoyable environment, the following Code of Conduct has been adopted.
- Players must create a positive and fun environment for their teammates.
- Players must work to educate themselves about the game and play fairly and by the rules.
- Players must listen to their coaches and work towards the goals that are set.
- Players must work with their coaches and teammates to develop team skills. They must emphasize team play over personal accomplishments.
- Players must be role models for their teammates. They should control their anger and never use unsuitable language or make inappropriate gestures.
- Players must try to arrive at practices and games on time.
- Players must treat everyone fairly and with respect.
- Players must respect the calls of the officials and never argue.
- Players must try not to throw or abuse any equipment out of anger or frustration.
- Players must remember that sports can be dangerous and must play safely and in such ways to minimize risk to yourself or other players.
- Players must respect their opponents and positively recognize their efforts.
- Players must wear the proper equipment and wear it in the proper manner.
- Players cannot play any event under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicant.
- Players must inform the coach of any physical disability or ailment that may affect your safety or the safety of others.
Horse Hill Community League will have the authority to discipline any player or team official who has violated any of the above guidelines or whose conduct is considered detrimental to the best interests of Horse Hill Community League. The Horse Hill Community League board can discipline violations in one of the following actions depending on the severity of the matter:
- Warning: The offending person is advised of the nature of the offence and informed that further violations will result in a more severe penalty, or
- Probation: The offending person is given a written warning and enters a period of probation to be determined by the board. Further violations will result in suspension or barring from further participation, or
- Suspension: The offending person is suspended from participating in community league activities for a length of time to be determined by the board, or
- Bar: The offending person is barred from future participation in community league activities to the end of the season at a minimum. A violator can only be reinstated by approval of the community league board.
Horse Hill’s sports philosophy is to provide a good, fair opportunity for all youth to play a sport and learn to enjoy it for life. All parents, coaches, players and other volunteers are expected to abide by the following codes of conduct. There is zero tolerance for misconduct.
CODES OF CONDUCT
- Soccer is a game for happiness.
- The laws of soccer should be regarded as mutual agreements, the spirit or letter of which no one should try to avoid or break.
- Visiting teams and spectators are honored guests.
- No advantages except those of superior skill should be sought.
- Official and opponents should be treated and regarded as honest in intention.
- Official decisions should be accepted without looking angry no matter how unfair they may seem.
- Winning is desirable, but winning at any cost defeats the purpose of the game.
- Losing can be a triumph when the team has given its best.
- The ideal is the greatest good to the greatest number.
- In soccer, as in life, do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
- Play the game for the game’s sake.
- Be generous when you win.
- Be gracious when you lose.
- Be fair always, no matter what the cost.
- Obey the Laws of the Game.
- Work for the good of the team.
- Accept the decisions of the Officials with good grace.
- Believe in the honesty of your opponents.
- Conduct yourself with honor and dignity.
- Honestly and wholeheartedly applaud the efforts of you teammates, and opponents.
- Children have more need for example than criticisms.
- Make athletic participation for your child and other a positive experience.
- Attempt to relieve pressure of competition, not increase it. A child is easily affected by outside influences.
- Be kind to your child’s coach and officials. The coach is a volunteer giving personal time and money to provide a recreational activity for your child. The coach is providing a valuable community service, often without regard other than the personal satisfaction of having served their community.
- The opponents are necessary friends. Without them your child could not participate meaningfully.
- Applaud good plays by your team and by members of the opposing team.