Welcome to T&C Soccer!
2015 Fall Soccer Registration Details:
Registration Details: 2015 Fall Soccer Regular Registration runs July 1st, 2015 – August 14th, 2015. Late registration runs August 15th, 2015 - September 1st, 2015 with an additional $25.00 late fee.
U4 Coed: $90.00
U5 Coed - U6 Rec DIV: $110.00
U7-U8 Rec DIV: $150.00
U9-U10 Rec DIV: $165
U9-U10 Rec+: $165.00
U11-U19 Rec DIII: $220.00
U11-U19 DII/SII: $210.00
U11-U19 DI: $420.00
For U4 recreational divisions DIV: T-shirts are included in the registration fee. Individuals are responsible for purchasing soccer shorts and socks.
For U5-U10 recreational divisions DIV: Jerseys are included with the registration in the Fall. Individuals are responsible for purchasing soccer shorts and socks.
For U11-U19 recreational divisions DIII: Jerseys are included with the registration in the Fall. Individuals are responsible for purchasing soccer shorts and socks.
For Rec+ U9-U10, U11-U19 DII, SII and DI Uniforms are NOT included with registration and must be purchased separately. Your coach will coordinate the team uniform purchase through a T&C approved vendor. Uniform pricing is determined by style chosen. Individuals are responsible for purchasing soccer shorts and socks through their coach - contact your coach for details.
Any uniform questions, please contact the designated Uniform Liaison below.
Important Dates to Remember:
Registration begins : July 1st, 2015
Return to Team deadline: August 10th, 2015
Late Registration begins: August 15th, 2015
Registration ends: September 1st, 2015
Games (regular season) begin: September 12th, 2015
Games (regular season) end: November 15th, 2015
Rain out/Reschedules: November 21st-22nd, 2015
There are several options for players interested in pursuing competitive play at T&C. For more information about each Division, please click here!
Town & Country is proud to announce that starting the Fall Season of 2015 they will be offering a multiple player family discount.
Starting immediately, if you have two or more children in the same household that are playing sports on a T&C team in a fall sport, the second player, and any additional players thereafter, will receive a $10 discount on their registration. Offer valid on full seasons only across all sports offered in a single season. Offer not valid for the same child in multiple sports.
For this to work, all children must be registered at the same time. This can be done by clicking on register before checking out after you register your first child. If the registration for the additional sports is not available at the time of your first registration, you can still receive the discount, but it will be given as a credit after checkout.
How to become a referee?
If you've played before, been a parent/coach/assistant, or just have a love for the game then we encourage you to become a certified referee. Classes/clinics are offered to educate you on the Laws of the Game and provide an entry level introduction into officiating youth soccer games.
Please visit the South Texas Soccer Referees website www.stsr.org to learn more and visit the clinics page to see what's currently available www.stsr.org/AvailableClinics.aspx.
For entry level, Grade 9 is a good starting point for youth referees and allows for the refereeing (center) of U14 and below age matches. However, assignors will place new referees in suitable positions based on their experience level.
Entry level, Grade 8 is a fully qualified referee capable of doing all youth age groups. Assignors place referees based on their progressive experience level and capability.
Once you become certified you are eligible to work as a referee, however, this will require notifying a clubs referee assignor so that they know you are available.
Referees can find local assignors by visiting the Capital Area Soccer Referee Association website at www.casra.net.
There is a clinic fee ($30) and USSF registration fee ($50) required to become a referee and also required on an annual basis to recertify for that coming year.
There is an initial cost for your uniform and gear. A new referee should expect to pay around $60 for a "starter kit", which includes approved shirt, shorts, socks, whistle, flags, report book with red/yellow cards. Basic short sleeve gold would be the starting shirt. A more experienced referee should expect to add additional colors (gold, green, blue, red, and black are available) and possibly long sleeve for colder weather officiating.
Pay levels for referees vary widely by club, competition level, and length of game. However, a new referee could expect to earn $10-20 as AR (linesman) and $15-30 as a Center (Referee) per game with 3-6 games on an average soccer season weekend.
The T&C Fire and T&C Titans also competed in the U16 Girls division. The Fire finished in 1st and the Titans finished in 2nd place. All teams played amazingly and everyone had an excellent time. There was some fantastic soccer being played on the fields these past few days. Fire pictured above.
The U19 Boys T&C Nautilus took 1st place at this past weekend's mini-tourney, the T&C Soccer Showdown. The boys played some great competition and weathered through the wet weather.
2015 Fall Soccer
Registration Open July 1st!
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