Soccer – Outdoor 2018
SOCCER IN THE HAMPTONS (U-4 to U-8)
STARTS approx 23-Apr-18 (delayed if the City of Edmonton has not opened the sports fields) For all registered players
(Meeting in the Open Fields, North of Sister Annata Brockman School, West of the North Parking Lot
It’s Time to have FUN !!!
Shin Pads Required: Bring A Water Bottle; Shirts will be distributed on your first day this week !!!
U4 (Born in 2014) Wednesdays 6:15 – 7:05
U5 (Born in 2013) Mondays 6:15 – 7:05
U6 (Born in 2012) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:15 – 7:15
U7 (Born in 2011) Mondays and Wednesdays 6:15 – 7:30
U8 (Born in 2010) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:15 – 7:30
The Hamptons Community League offers a unique soccer development program for children in U-4, U-5, U-6, U-7 and U-8.
Our program emphasizes skill development and participation.
Players from 3- 8 years old will be placed in age appropriate development groups, led by skilled technical leaders and assisted by a team of community volunteers. These leaders will help carry out a step-by-step development model customized specifically for our community with a carefully thought out progression of modified games designed to maximize the development of team as well as individual skills.
Players will be on the field or participating in drills more than 50 per cent of the time ensuring that all children are actively involved in the program.
Our program is designed to be local, in The Hamptons to allow our participants and their families to walk to their programs.
Field Closures: The City of Edmonton determines if the soccer fields are open or closed for play:
Contact the City of Edmonton Sports Field Closure Line at 780-796-4999 (this recording is typically updated at 4 p.m. each day)
Sign up for e-mail notification of field conditions on the City of Edmonton website
All players U4 to U8 are supplied with a T-shirt that they keep at the end of the season. Although if you register late, we cannot guarantee a T-shirt. Players are responsible for providing their own shorts, socks, shin pads and running shoes.
(Note: shin pads are required for safety and insurance purposes. Players who do not have shin pads will be unable to participate in the session.)
The Hamptons Community League values volunteers and appreciates their commitment to our organization. Read our Volunteer Commitment.
If you would like to volunteer to assist with your child’s program, please contact our Soccer Administrator at email@example.com. Three positions are currently available: coach/technical trainer, team manager, equipment manager/ field set up volunteer,. Review the position descriptions.
The Hamptons Community League arranges for Police Information Checks with vulnerable sectors checks for all volunteers who have one-on-one or closed contact with our youth.
Code of Conduct
All parents are expected to support their child’s team and coach with positive and encouraging behaviour. All participants are expected to behave in accordance with the THCL Code of Conduct.
Discipline and Complaints
THCL has a zero tolerance policy for inappropriate behaviour from any program participant/player, parent or volunteer.
If you would like to lodge a complaint, refer to the Discipline and Complaint Procedure. A Misconduct Report can be filled out to report conduct by someone involved with the soccer program such as coaches, officials, players or spectators. An Incident Report can be filled out for any incident that requires the involvement of people outside the program such as damage, injury and confrontations with outside parties.
Contact for the soccer program
Any inquiries about the soccer program can be directed to our Soccer Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Soccer Development Program Information for Parents (updated April 24, 2015)