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For more info email Jason Lane: sports.director@hairsine.ca

Indoor Soccer Registration will be open for online starting July 15th, go to

www.emsasoccerportal.com  to register

All players must be registered online and then must come to one of the following confirmation/payment sessions ( remember as well a 25.00 community membership must be purchased )

Aug 17th 6-8:30pm ( at the Hairsine Hall )

Sept 7th 6-8:30pm ( at the Hairsine Hall )

Sept 12th 6-8:30 pm ( at the Hairsine Hall )

Late Registration will be held on Sunday Sept 17th 11am – 1pm ( At the Hairsine Hall )

***If Paying online be aware that there is a 10.00 surcharge added to all online payments. to save the 10.00 cost please pay during the confirmation/payment sessions.


Registration Prices: .

Cash, Debit and Credit are now accepted as well you can pay online during your registration online ( but their is a 10.0 surcharge. Cheques are only accepted for deposits, and special circumstances please talk to the director when you come to payment/confirmation session.

Age groups Registration Late Registration
After Sept 13
Tentative game days
U6 (2012-2013) 195.00  215.00 Sat mornings
U8 (2010-2011) 200.00  225.00 Sat mornings
U10 (2008-2009)  270.00  295.00 Saturdays
U12 (2006-2007)  275.00  300.00 Saturdays
U14 (2004-2005)  275.00 305.00 Sundays
U16 (2002-2003)  280.00  305.00 Sundays
U18 (2000-2001)  280.00  305.00 Sundays

U4 (sadly no soccer program for Indoor )

No Guarantee that we will have complete teams for a specific age group. we may have to transfer players to another community. If you have you would like to play for please let us know. Remember if you are Transferring Communities to indicate that when you are completing your online registration and the same if you want to move up an age group.

SPECIAL REQUESTS******

Please note that while we try to accommodate all requests to move up age groups or play with specific coaches or players, our priority is always to ensure that children from our community are placed on teams first, then to accommodate special requests for returning players, and finally special requests for new players. As such we can’t always guarantee your requests will be honored. In the event there are not enough children or coaches to facilitate a team, we work with other communities in the area to ensure everyone has a team to play on.

People may need 3-4 cheques:

  •  for fees ( we do accept credit and debit and cash you can also pay online when you do your online registration but comes with an extra 10.00 fee )
  • 1 – for jersey deposit $75(cheque – will be destroyed if Jersey is returned)( only for U8 and up )
  • 1 – for volunteer deposit $200 (cheque – will be destroyed if Volunteer is fulfilled
  • 1 – Membership ( Cash,debit, credit or Cheque for 25.00 )

What Equipment/Apparel does a parent have to buy for player?

  • Black Shorts & Black Soccer Socks ( U6 & U8 is covered by the community )
  • Shin Guards
  • soccer shoes ( indoor or outdoor depending on what season it is )
  • ( added cost possibility ) Special Team Jersey if agreed upon by team and parents.
  • Extra Tournaments if agreed upon by team and parents ( Community pays for 1 )

What does my Registration Fee’s pay for?

Field rentals, Gym times, Pennants ( keepsake ), Pictures, 1 Tournament, EMSA & ASA Soccer Association Fee’s, Referees, Insurance, Socks & Shorts for U6-U8, Coach’s Courses, first aid supplies, soccer equipment( balls, nets, cones etc). Coaches are volunteers and do not get paid.

Memberships, volunteer commitments, and player cards etc.

Membership

You will be required to purchase a community league membership to register for the Soccer Season. Memberships will be available for purchase during registration and are valid until August of each year. The membership fee is $25.00 per family.

Volunteer commitments

Everyone must sign up for 1 volunteer commitment per household.  At registration a $200 cheque deposit will be required to be paid.  Upon completion of the commitment the $200 cheque will be destroyed.

Choices are; cleanup days, community league days, soccer tournament helpers, Registration helpers.

Player /Coaches cards

All city-wide players (Xtreme) and U14 – U18  players must have player cards. Coaches for U10 to U18 teams require cards. If you have a current card and require a replacement, you will be charged $20 by EMSA.

Player Uniforms

Because uniforms continue to not be returned, we have implemented a $75 uniform deposit for U8 and older.  Lost uniforms cost the community league money (we need to buy replacements) and cause your registration fees to increase!

A $75 cheque, will be required to be handed on Registration/Payment Session.
The Community will destroy/shred your cheque at the end of the season once your jersey has been turned in. If the jersey is not returned, your cheque will be cashed.Please check your closets, bags and under beds and return all uniforms to your coach or at registration. Please note that U6 players (Timmy’s) keep their jerseys. Uniforms are for games only – not for practices, school, or shopping.

There will be a $15.00 charge for NSF cheques.

Refund Policy:

Registration fees are refundable before the season starts but after 2 games will not be refunded unless of a season-ending injury. Minus a 25.00 admin fee
Community memberships are not refundable.

KidSport / Jumpstart

We believe that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organised sport. Apply for funding during registration, All funding is done online see below

For more information on the Kidsport program click here.
You may also qualify for JumpStart. check out

http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/content/microsites/jumpstart/en/apply.html

Other Soccer Links

Edmonton North Zone Soccer Association
Edmonton Minor Soccer Association
Alberta Soccer Association

Coaches Needed:

All community teams are coached by parent volunteers. All coaches in the EMSA program MUST have or take a coaching clinic. EMSA has made it mandatory for all coaches to have taken a coaching course. Hairsine will register all coaches for the coaching course. Coaches will be exempt from fundraising commitment. as well they must pass a security check.

Unfortunately if we do not get a coach the community will not be able to form a team in that particular age group and the children registered will be transferred to a community that have space available on their teams. Please sign up by indicating on your child’s registration form that you are willing to coach your child’s team.

If you think you want to coach and want more info contact Darren at sports.director@hairsine.ca

CODES OF CONDUCT

COACH’S CODE

  • 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.

PLAYERS’ CODE

  • 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.

PARENTS’ CODE

  • 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.