RVCC 2021 Mini Soccer
WELCOME TO WORLD OF MINI SOCCER
Mini soccer is open to all children with no previous skills required. Mini-soccer primarily is focused on ensuring players have fun, get the maximum number of touches on the ball and develop good basic soccer skills, athleticism and sportsmanship.
These leagues are designed to provide all players with multiple opportunities to touch the ball in a positive environment. They are designed to expose young children to the basics of dribbling, passing and shooting.
6, 7 and 8-Year-Old Program:
Soccer emphasizes skill development, personal growth and fun. Basic soccer techniques are developed as well as introducing team skills. Teams play 5 on 5 on larger, lined fields.
Cost: $76 – Note the increase in cost this year is due to the requirement that Mini-Soccer needs to be licensed and sanctioned by the Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA).
Registration period is March 1 to March 26 – late fee of $20 after the 26th.
How to Register:
Step 1: You will first need to register as a player with Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) and pay you $16 Licensing fee HERE, make sure to select Mini Soccer. At the end of this process, you will receive an e-mail receipt confirming their payment with the MSA. In this e-mail will be links to the various soccer clubs in Manitoba, IGNORE THESE LINKS, as they aren’t applicable to your mini players. Move to Step 2.
Step 2: Once you are done Step 1, You will need to finalize you registration at Riverview Community Centre HERE. The cost is $60.
COVID NOTE: If we cannot have a full/modified season due to covid restrictions we will be offering the same refund options we had last year:
1) Registration fees donated to the club,
2) Registration fees refunded less processing fees, and
3) Registration fees fully refunded.
Important: The $16 in MSA Soccer Licensing are collected by that organizations and therefore Riverview Community Centre does not have the authority to refund those fees, please refer to their registration information for details.
Coaching is a great way for you to get involved and be a part of your child’s growth within a sport. Don’t be afraid if you are unfamiliar with soccer, it is about providing positive sporting experiences. Some great resources and materials will be provided to increases your knowledge about soccer. Lastly, it’s a rewarding way to satisfy your volunteer bond requirement. In past years, I have had many sign up for Assistant Coaches, but few sign up for Head Coach (Coach); please consider the Head Coach (Coach) position as it makes creating teams and the start season much easier.
If you are planning to commit to coaching for Riverview, coaching clinics at Soccer Manitoba HERE.
Please contact Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to arrange for enrollment in a clinic.
|Born In||Age Division||Day of Week||Time||
(Subject to change)
|6:00 to 7:00||
|6:00 to 7:00||
|2015||6-year-olds||Mondays and Wednesdays||6:00 to 7:00||
|2016/2017||4/5-year-olds||Thursdays||6:00 to 7:00||
|2018||3-Year-Olds||Thursdays||6:00 to 7:00||
|Note 1: The 3-year-old division is a very basic introduction to soccer, parents will be required to participate more actively to help their child and the coach.|
|Note 2: The 6/7/8-year-olds will not travel this year, all teams will be played within Riverview, against Riverview Teams.|
When Registering :
- Register per the Age Division outlined above
- Select your volunteer role: Coach, Assistant Coach or Team Manager
- Identify any allergies or other important information in the Comment Section
- Proper footwear (Running Shoes or Cleats)
- Shin Pads and Socks (required for 6,7,8)
COACHES/TEAM MANAGERS MEETING Thursday APRIL 10TH at 7:00 over Zoom, the link will be sent out.
- Season kick-off April 26th (weather/field conditions permitting).
- Last Day soccer day June 24th
a) Supporting all players, coaches and volunteers.
b) Supporting all players, coaches and volunteers.
c) Supporting all players, coaches and volunteers.
d) Be respectful and calm and a good role model.
e) Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from the sport.
f) At least 1 parent needs to attend the games/practices and stay for the duration.
g) Parents and Guardians are responsible for medical issues. Coaches and Convenors are not responsible for children’s medical conditions. In case of an injury requiring emergency response, a team official will use 911 if the parent or guardian is not immediately present.
h) All players are required to wear their uniforms, proper footwear, shin guards and sock (recommended or required) to each practice/game.
i) Bring or pre-administer mosquito repellent, suntan lotion as necessary and a water bottle. Please do not bring glass containers to the field.
j) Players should not wear jewelry.
k) Players should visit the bathroom before coming to the field, for there can be limited facilities at some fields.
l) Pet attendance is discouraged but if required please ensure they are leashed and cleaned up after.
a) Listen to their coaches
b) Participate and try new things
c) Show respect for both coaches, managers, other team members and opponents
d) Have Fun
If you have any concerns or questions, please Contact Jason Oliver the Mini-Soccer at email@example.com