For U4 - U14 regular registration runs December 22, 2014 – February 13, 2015. Late registration runs February 14, 2015 - February 20, 2015 with an additional $25.00 late fee. Return to team deadline: February 06, 2015.
For U15 - U19 regular registration runs December 22, 2014 - March 13, 2015. Late registration runs March 14, 2015 - March 27, 2015 with an additional $25.00 late fee. Return to team deadline: March 07, 2015.
DIV U4-U10 (including Rec+) - season plays February 28, 2015 - May 10, 2015.
DIII & DII U11-U14 - season plays February 28, 2015 - May 10, 2015; possible post season District Cup play April 25-26, 2015 and State Play May 02-03, 2015.
DIII & DII U15-U19 - season plays March 28, 2015 - May 10, 2015; possible post season District Cup play April 25-26, 2015 and State play May 02-03, 2015.
D1 U11-U12 - season plays February 21, 2015 - April 26, 2015.
2015 Spring Soccer Fees:
Age 4 Coed: $75.00
U5 Coed: $80.00
U6 Coed: $80.00
U7 Boys or Girls: $115.00
U8 Boys or Girls: $115.00
U9 Boys or Girls: $130.00
U9-10 Rec Plus-Boys or Girls: $160.00
U11-U19 Boys or Girls Rec DIII: $165.00
U11-U19 Boys or Girls DII/SII (Competitive): $170.00
Information Regarding Uniforms: Uniforms can be ordered under the “Uniform” tab at left. Uniforms are NOT included in Spring registration fees.
Uniforms MUST be pre-ordered during registration dates in order to ensure availability on time before season starts. Once teams are formed, uniforms are paired with players/teams.
If you have not done so already, it is time to order your uniforms for the Spring 2015 Season. Orders need to be placed by February 14, 2015 in order to get your uniforms in time for the Spring season. Please note, any orders made during late registration cannot guarantee uniforms on time for the start of the season.
Any uniform questions, please contact the designated Uniform Liaisons. For (DIV) U4-U10 contact JL Gray; For DIII U11-U19 Boys contact Rob Stock; For DIII U11-U19 Girls contact Erin Patterson; and For Rec+, DII, DI U11-U19 contact Carl Swanson.
Every player needs their own ball, soccer-cleats or turf shoes or plain athletic shoes (no baseball cleats and no shoes with a toe cleat such as often used in football!), shin guards, team jersey, soccer socks, soccer shorts, and a water bottle.
Following team assignment, coaches will be contacting players/parents for first practices/schedules. The office will not have any information regarding practices/schedules as this is decided closer to the start of the season. Please refer to the sport FAQ or schedules tabs for general information.
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Anyone can apply to become a volunteer. Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them!
Volunteer your time & talents with Town & Country Soccer and meet new people, add value to college applications/work resumes, perhaps you need hours or kids in honor society, it's fun, you are needed, gain skills.
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.