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  • COACHES | Weatherford Soccer

    Resources for Coaches Welcome Coaches - Spring 2021 Coach's Code of Conduct Parental Code Conduct and Medical Waiver Weatherford Soccer Association will be hosting two Coach's Training 4v4 & 7v7 February 2022 More information to come soon! Online Resources for Coaches Challenger Resource for Coaching http://www.thechallengerway.com (promo code chall15 ) Online Soccer Training Videos http://www.onlinesocceracademy.com Apps for better Team Communication InstaTeam TeamSnap GroupMe Background Checks All coaches and assistant coaches need to be registered and have an approved background check. If you registered to be a coach at sign ups and are selected to coach, you will have a coach’s account created for you. You will automatically be sent an email with your Got Soccer coach account login information. Once you receive your login information, you need to login and complete your background check. The head coach will pick their assistant coach. The head coach will need to send an email to weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com with the following information for the person(s) they wish to be their assistant coach: Name Birth date Email address Physical address Phone number The assistant coach will receive an email with their login information to Got Soccer and will then be required to login in and complete a background check. No one will be added to the roster as a coach until their back ground check has been completed and approved. Expectations for a WSA Coach The coach of a team sets the attitude of everyone around them. This includes the players, parents and spectators. As the coach "the leader of the team" your responsibility is to provide a positive environment in which the children can learn and develop. The lessons that they learn extend beyond the child's soccer skills. ​ They include how to deal with conflict and how to demonstrate good sportsmanship before, during and after the game. WSA expects the coach to lead by example and do their very best to provide a positive soccer experience for their team. Please keep this in mind when interacting with players, parents, referees and the opposing team. Addressing the Referees During the Game Please do not address the refs during the game. If you have a problem, concern, or are upset with a call, please fill out the comment card, or send an email to the Referee Assignor. They are human and are going to flub a few calls just like each of our teams will flub a few during the course of a game. The Referee Assignor will work with the Referee Director to educate the referee, or educate the coach. In some cases the coach is uneducated about the rules. Escalation/Communication If you have any concerns or issues, please contact the following (in the following order): League Representative Coaching Director WSA Board President / Vice President ​ Please talk to us, don't let issues get out of control. If you have any ideas, again, please let us know. ​ We want to hear from you! Bad Weather / Rained Out Games When you think that games might be cancelled, DO NOT assume it is. ​ For games at Cartwright Park, check: WSA website: www.weatherfordsoccer.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeatherfordSoccer/ ​ For NCSA games, check: NCSA website [Need URL] ​ Please check the above resources before you call us! ​ Games that are rained out will be rescheduled for a later date. It is your responsibility to keep an eye on the game schedule. ​ If it is raining and the fields are in good shape and there is no lightning, WE WILL PLAY GAMES. Coaching Mantras Primary focus on "development", not "winning" - subtle difference but very important. Winning is desirable of course, but making it your primary focus, especially your primary short-term focus, will most likely lead to bad decisions in your training program and game execution (see "don't teach anything you have to undo later" below). Maximum touches on the ball during training sessions - make sure your practice plan leads to as many touches on the ball as possible. This can be accomplished by separating the players into smaller groups during drills or by designing your practice to include drills and games that force many touches on the ball. This is the primary reason NTX has moved to the small-sided game format. Don't teach anything you have to undo later - for instance, many coaches of the younger players put their players in a defensive "wall" on the opponent’s kickoff - an alignment that will never be formed when they grow older (maybe in futsal). Instead, teach them to spread out on the kickoff and cover the critical defensive areas. Otherwise, at some point down the line you'll have to teach them to cover the space, hence undoing what you taught them earlier. Another example would be a coach of the younger players putting a single player in front of the opponents goal with instructions to "wait for the ball" - and leaving the player in that position during the entire game. On down the line you'll have to undo this practice and teach that player how to stay "onside" and how to "make runs to the goal", hence undoing what you previously instructed. Slide Tackles A slide tackle is a tackle in soccer in which a player attempts to take the ball away from an opposing player by deliberately leaving his feet and sliding along the ground with one leg extended to push the ball away from the opposing player. A player who has possession of the ball and slides to kick it, to keep the ball from going pass the touchline, pass the goal line, or trying to score is not performing a slide tackle. If the player is the attacking player, then by definition they are not performing a slide tackle and will not be called for slide tackling.

  • REFEREES | Weatherford Soccer

    Resources for Referees Want to Become a Referee? Must be 13 years or older. Must complete online referee certification courses. Must complete in person referee certification clinic. ​ You can find information about registering for upcoming Referee Clinics held around the DFW area at the North Texas Soccer website . ​ Weatherford Soccer Association will be hosting a in-person referee clinic on Sunday, August 15th . ​ Once you are grassroots certified, send us a an email at weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com . ​ We look forward to speaking with you! How Much is a Referee Paid? How to Register for an Upcoming "Event" 1. Go to: www.GotSoccer.com 2. Click on "Referees/Assignors " 3. Log into your REFEREE Account or "REGISTER " as a referee IF you do not yet have a Referee Account, after completing your registration, log into your NEW Referee Account. 4. You are now into your referee account 5. Now click on 'EVENTS " tab and select the "Search Events " tab. in the box type "WSA Spring 2020 " and click on "GO " 6. You should see the "WSA Spring 2020 " event. Click on "REGISTER for Event " 7. Now click on the "ASSIGNORS " tab. Place a check mark next to my name "Rusty Martin " or "Weatherford Soccer Assn. WSA Spring 2020 ". I will be your Primary Referee Assignor. 8. Now go back to your CALENDAR page. I need you to select "UNAVAILABLE " in the box. It should read as follows: " Referee Status unavailable except where noted ". 9. Now you can let me know what days and times you are willing to referee. ​ GREEN : dates and times you are AVAILABLE to referee ORANGE : dates and times you are NOT available to referee ​ NOTE: If I assign games to any referee and I get too may "rejections" of assigned games, I might not be willing to assign more games to that referee. I can understand EMERGENCIES , but not every weekend from the same referee. Please plan your activities; it makes it VERY hard to replace a referee at the last minute. Thanks for your understanding! ​ ​ Understanding Referee Signals Understanding Referee Signals

  • YouthSports | Weatherford Soccer Association | United States

    COACHES PARENTS / PLAYERS REFEREES LEAGUE REPS RULES & FAQ's Board Member Spotlight of the week! Board Meeting Aug 9, 2021 6:30pm Cartwright Park inside concession stands WANT TO EARN EXTRA CASH? COME REFEREE FOR US! ​ Must be 13 years or older. Must complete online referee certification courses. Must complete in person referee certification clinic. ​ CERTIFICATION LINK ​ Once you are grassroots certified, send us an email at the email address below! We look forward to speaking with you! ​ ​weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com Screenshot 2021-05-29 165342 Screenshot 2021-05-29 165458 WSA NEW Logo Describe your image Screenshot 2021-05-29 165342 1/13 FOR MORE PHOTOS CLICK HERE Olympic Development Program is having tryouts. Check out the PDF file or click here for more info. ODP Tryouts Interested in Summer Camp Options?! CLICK HERE! CAMPS Please do not litter! Volunteers would like to leave the fields after games just as much as everyone else. Help us keep the fields clean! Interested in becoming a Board Member and helping grow our organization? Email us at TODAY!! weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com ​ To check out all of the great tournaments going on across North Texas, CLICK HERE OUR SPONSORS

  • FAQs | Weatherford Soccer

    Frequently Asked Questions Frequently asked questions Coaching WHAT TYPE OF EQUIPMENT DO I NEED TO COACH? At the bare minimum, you need some disc cones (20 or 30 is ideal) and some pinnies. Players can bring their own soccer ball. However, most coaches will accumulate additional equipment over time that can come in very handy. Optional equipment includes: · A coach's first aid kit · Pinnies · Pop up goals or even portable full size goals like GOLME · A dry erase clipboard with a soccer field stenciled on it. Handy for keeping papers together and drawing out things you may try to explain · A stopwatch - handy for keeping track of time during matches · A small ball pump · A colorful keeper jersey and gloves · Extra balls are always nice. It helps keep the practice moving so you don't have to chase balls all the time For older players - training aids like an agility ladder, hurdles, ball hoops, poles, etc. You'll notice one item that's not on the list - a whistle. Most experienced coaches won't use a whistle and instead teach the players to listen to what they say. HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE TO COACH? This will depend on the type of team and age level of the team you are coaching. Recreational teams will often practice 1-2 times a week and play once a week. So you can expect a commitment of about 3-5 hours total including setup, picking up, etc. Add in an additional hour or so for preparation (practice plans, paperwork, etc.) Regardless of the age of your team or level, you should recruit a team manager to handle all the league paperwork, snack and make-up schedules, etc. It can be a huge help. A good recreational team schedule to follow is: • U4 - once or twice a week for 30-45 minutes each session • U6-U8 - once or twice a week for 45-60 minutes each session • U9-U12 - twice a week for 60-90 minutes each session • U13 and up- twice a week for 90 minutes each session WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO BECOME A COACH? All coaches and assistant coaches need to be registered and have an approved background check. You need to register using the coach's form at registration. If you are selected to be a coach, you will automatically be sent an email with your GotSoccer coach account login information. The background check access is on your GotSoccer coach account in the gray bar. Thanks so much for volunteering with WSA. CAN WE HAVE A SPONSOR PURCHASE OUR TEAM UNIFORMS? Yes you can purchase your own uniform. The uniforms can be paid for by the parents or by a sponsor. However your registration cost will not be reduced. Your team will be required to have the WSA logo put on the uniform at the team's expense. If you have a sponsor, they can have their name put on the uniform. This requires board approval before the name can be applied to the uniform. Registration I DO NOT WANT MY CHILD TO HAVE THE SAME COACH AS LAST YEAR. WHAT CAN I DO? On the registration form, just indicate that you do not want to be on the same team by checking and initializing the box "request off core” and your child will be removed as a core player from that team. Your child will be placed in the Player Pool for random assignment to a new team. NTSSA rules require that children be assigned to teams in a fair manner. I LIKED MY CHILD'S COACH FROM LAST YEAR, BUT I DON'T WANT HIM/HER TO PLAY WITH THE SAME KIDS. WHAT CAN I DO? You cannot request the same coach but with different players. You do have the option to request your child not play on the same team and be placed back in the Player Pool for random assignment. I WOULD LIKE MY SON/DAUGHTER TO PLAY ON A FRIEND'S TEAM OR FOR A SPECIFIC COACH? In the U4 - U-8 divisions, the NTSSA "Buddy system may be used. Only a new player may be placed on the same team assuming that there is room on the team's roster. If there is not a place, both players may request to be placed on a team that has two open roster positions. The new Buddy must be new to soccer (has not played with a NTSSA member association). Coaches may NOT request that you play for their team. This is a serious violation of the recruiting rules. WILL MY CHILD BE PLACED ON THE SAME TEAM? If your child is a returning player, as long as the coach and team are returning and you have not requested that your child be assigned to a new team and you have registered on time. Please keep in mind that it's WSA policy to place additional players on teams with the shortest roster and without going over state-regulated roster size. I WANT MY SON/DAUGHTER TO PLAY IN A HIGHER AGE BRACKET. IS THIS POSSIBLE? The decision to have your child "play-up" is something that requires careful consideration. Such a request is generally made when a player demonstrates a skill level above his/her age of play and when there is a team available. Such a request should be made to the appropriate league representative or on your child's registration form. The request requires approval from the Team Formation Committee. Your child may only play up one age bracket. Game Day IS JEWELRY PERMITTED TO BE WORN? No jewelry is allowed to be worn by the players during the game except for medical or religious purposes - in this case they must be taped to the body. Jewelry can cause injury to the player and/or other players during the match. Earrings of all types, necklaces, and bracelets (including Live Well type bands) cannot be worn during games. Band-Aids/tape cannot be placed over newly pierced ears during games. CAN I BRING MY PET TO THE FIELD? All pets are strictly prohibited at our complexes (exception will be service animals). We have experienced children injured by small, well behaved pets on a leash. We have also experienced animals injured by running children and soccer balls. We will enforce this prohibition. Games will not be started or continued until animals are removed from the complex. MY CHILD HAS A CAST ON HIS/HER ARM AND THE DOCTOR SAYS THEY CAN PLAY SOCCER. IS THIS PERMITTED? A child with any type of cast may only practice or participate in games if it is covered with foam padding. Bubble wrap is not acceptable. The player may be eligible for a refund for the season – check our website for more information. How the cast is covered and whether or not it is acceptable for play is still up to the referee of the match. It is best to check with the referee before the match to allow for any modifications that must be made. WHAT SHOULD I DO IF THE REFEREE MAKES A BAD CALL? You should respect the difficult job that referees have and recognize that the referee, according to the FIFA Laws of the Game, is the ultimate authority on the field. Whether a coach, spectator, player or parent, you should not vocally dispute a referee call (or even call out for an explanation) during the game. The coach may speak privately with an adult referee at halftime or after the game to seek an explanation. Youth referees should NOT be approached at half time or after the game to discuss calls. If you have a question, it may be directed to the youth referee through the Referee Assignor or Director of Referees. At no point in time, in the history of soccer, has a referee's decision been reversed. You must consider this when deciding if you want to "argue" with the referee about a call or seek "clarification" as to why a call was made. In the end, you still may not agree with the call, but you will at least know why the referee made the call. Many of our referees are young. They are some of the best kids around and have played soccer and respect adults. Do not take advantage of that respect by "bullying" them after they have made a call. It teaches your players bad sportsmanship and may get you removed from the game and/or coaching. Many of our referees are also coaches. This means they have been subjected to "bad calls" from other referees. Understand that the referee cannot see everything and what they do see, they may see differently than you. This is a part of the game and you must teach your players to adapt and overcome any obstacles to perceive are out there. ARE SHIN GUARDS REQUIRED? All players must wear age appropriate shin guards worn under the socks. IT'S COLD OUTSIDE, CAN MY CHILD WEAR A COAT? Long sleeve shirts, sweat-shirts, or coats must be worn under the jersey. Gloves/mittens, scarves, hats, and ear warmers are permitted. ITS RAINING, ARE WE STILL PLAYING GAMES TODAY? Check the WSA website (www.weatherfordsoccer.org) or our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/WeatherfordSoccer/). As long as there is no lightning and the fields are okay, we will play. General WHAT SIZE BALL SHOULD MY CHILD BE USING? Soccer balls used in youth leagues come in sizes 3, 4, and 5. • 3-7 Years Old (U4-U8): Size 3 • 8-12 Years Old (U9-U12): Size 4 • 13 on up (U13-U18): Size 5 WHEN AND WHERE ARE PRACTICES OR GAMES? The coach chooses the practice night(s) that best fits his/her schedule. WSA does not dictate when or where a coach practices his/her team. Because of the number of teams we have, WSA also does not have a master schedule of practices or locations teams practice at. Coaches set the practice times, but generally begin between 5:30-6:30pm depending on the time of the year. They tend to last around 1-2 hours depending on the age group (practices are shorter for younger age groups, longer for older age groups). Each coach sets their practice schedule. WSA policy limits you to two practices/training sessions each week (Monday - Sunday). The first week available for practice is mid to late February for the spring season, and mid to late August for the fall season. For the U4-U8 age groups, all games are played in Weatherford at Cartwright park. U9 and above age groups play in North Central Soccer Alliance (NCSA). Half of the games will be played in Weatherford at Cartwright park, the other half will be played in the other NCSA associations towns. Game times depend on the age group. Regular season Saturday games start around 8:30 am and are slotted all day long. Each game lasts roughly 45 - 90 minutes (younger ages play shorter games). Weeknight evening games start after 6:00 pm.

  • RULES & REGULATIONS | Weatherford Soccer

    Rules & Regulations WSA Bylaws and Rules & Regulations WSA Age Specific Rules WSA Dev Playing Rules U4-U8 General WHAT TYPE OF EQUIPMENT DO I NEED TO COACH? At the bare minimum, you need some disc cones (20 or 30 is ideal) and some pinnies. Players can bring their own soccer ball. However, most coaches will accumulate additional equipment over time that can come in very handy. Optional equipment includes: · A coach's first aid kit · Pinnies · Pop up goals or even portable full size goals like GOLME · A dry erase clipboard with a soccer field stenciled on it. Handy for keeping papers together and drawing out things you may try to explain · A stopwatch - handy for keeping track of time during matches · A small ball pump · A colorful keeper jersey and gloves · Extra balls are always nice. It helps keep the practice moving so you don't have to chase balls all the time For older players - training aids like an agility ladder, hurdles, ball hoops, poles, etc. You'll notice one item that's not on the list - a whistle. Most experienced coaches won't use a whistle and instead teach the players to listen to what they say. HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE TO COACH? This will depend on the type of team and age level of the team you are coaching. Recreational teams will often practice 1-2 times a week and play once a week. So you can expect a commitment of about 3-5 hours total including setup, picking up, etc. Add in an additional hour or so for preparation (practice plans, paperwork, etc.) Regardless of the age of your team or level, you should recruit a team manager to handle all the league paperwork, snack and make-up schedules, etc. It can be a huge help. A good recreational team schedule to follow is: • U4 - once or twice a week for 30-45 minutes each session • U6-U8 - once or twice a week for 45-60 minutes each session • U9-U12 - twice a week for 60-90 minutes each session • U13 and up- twice a week for 90 minutes each session WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO BECOME A COACH? All coaches and assistant coaches need to be registered and have an approved background check. You need to register using the coach's form at registration. If you are selected to be a coach, you will automatically be sent an email with your GotSoccer coach account login information. The background check access is on your GotSoccer coach account in the gray bar. Thanks so much for volunteering with WSA. CAN WE HAVE A SPONSOR PURCHASE OUR TEAM UNIFORMS? Yes you can purchase your own uniform. The uniforms can be paid for by the parents or by a sponsor. However your registration cost will not be reduced. Your team will be required to have the WSA logo put on the uniform at the team's expense. If you have a sponsor, they can have their name put on the uniform. This requires board approval before the name can be applied to the uniform. I DO NOT WANT MY CHILD TO HAVE THE SAME COACH AS LAST YEAR. WHAT CAN I DO? On the registration form, just indicate that you do not want to be on the same team by checking and initializing the box "request off core” and your child will be removed as a core player from that team. Your child will be placed in the Player Pool for random assignment to a new team. NTSSA rules require that children be assigned to teams in a fair manner. I LIKED MY CHILD'S COACH FROM LAST YEAR, BUT I DON'T WANT HIM/HER TO PLAY WITH THE SAME KIDS. WHAT CAN I DO? You cannot request the same coach but with different players. You do have the option to request your child not play on the same team and be placed back in the Player Pool for random assignment. I WOULD LIKE MY SON/DAUGHTER TO PLAY ON A FRIEND'S TEAM OR FOR A SPECIFIC COACH? In the U4 - U-8 divisions, the NTSSA "Buddy system may be used. Only a new player may be placed on the same team assuming that there is room on the team's roster. If there is not a place, both players may request to be placed on a team that has two open roster positions. The new Buddy must be new to soccer (has not played with a NTSSA member association). Coaches may NOT request that you play for their team. This is a serious violation of the recruiting rules. WILL MY CHILD BE PLACED ON THE SAME TEAM? If your child is a returning player, as long as the coach and team are returning and you have not requested that your child be assigned to a new team and you have registered on time. Please keep in mind that it's WSA policy to place additional players on teams with the shortest roster and without going over state-regulated roster size. I WANT MY SON/DAUGHTER TO PLAY IN A HIGHER AGE BRACKET. IS THIS POSSIBLE? The decision to have your child "play-up" is something that requires careful consideration. Such a request is generally made when a player demonstrates a skill level above his/her age of play and when there is a team available. Such a request should be made to the appropriate league representative or on your child's registration form. The request requires approval from the Team Formation Committee. Your child may only play up one age bracket. IS JEWELRY PERMITTED TO BE WORN? No jewelry is allowed to be worn by the players during the game except for medical or religious purposes - in this case they must be taped to the body. Jewelry can cause injury to the player and/or other players during the match. Earrings of all types, necklaces, and bracelets (including Live Well type bands) cannot be worn during games. Band-Aids/tape cannot be placed over newly pierced ears during games. CAN I BRING MY PET TO THE FIELD? All pets are strictly prohibited at our complexes (exception will be service animals). We have experienced children injured by small, well behaved pets on a leash. We have also experienced animals injured by running children and soccer balls. We will enforce this prohibition. Games will not be started or continued until animals are removed from the complex. MY CHILD HAS A CAST ON HIS/HER ARM AND THE DOCTOR SAYS THEY CAN PLAY SOCCER. IS THIS PERMITTED? A child with any type of cast may only practice or participate in games if it is covered with foam padding. Bubble wrap is not acceptable. The player may be eligible for a refund for the season – check our website for more information. How the cast is covered and whether or not it is acceptable for play is still up to the referee of the match. It is best to check with the referee before the match to allow for any modifications that must be made. WHAT SHOULD I DO IF THE REFEREE MAKES A BAD CALL? You should respect the difficult job that referees have and recognize that the referee, according to the FIFA Laws of the Game, is the ultimate authority on the field. Whether a coach, spectator, player or parent, you should not vocally dispute a referee call (or even call out for an explanation) during the game. The coach may speak privately with an adult referee at halftime or after the game to seek an explanation. Youth referees should NOT be approached at half time or after the game to discuss calls. If you have a question, it may be directed to the youth referee through the Referee Assignor or Director of Referees. At no point in time, in the history of soccer, has a referee's decision been reversed. You must consider this when deciding if you want to "argue" with the referee about a call or seek "clarification" as to why a call was made. In the end, you still may not agree with the call, but you will at least know why the referee made the call. Many of our referees are young. They are some of the best kids around and have played soccer and respect adults. Do not take advantage of that respect by "bullying" them after they have made a call. It teaches your players bad sportsmanship and may get you removed from the game and/or coaching. Many of our referees are also coaches. This means they have been subjected to "bad calls" from other referees. Understand that the referee cannot see everything and what they do see, they may see differently than you. This is a part of the game and you must teach your players to adapt and overcome any obstacles to perceive are out there. ARE SHIN GUARDS REQUIRED? All players must wear age appropriate shin guards worn under the socks. IT'S COLD OUTSIDE, CAN MY CHILD WEAR A COAT? Long sleeve shirts, sweat-shirts, or coats must be worn under the jersey. Gloves/mittens, scarves, hats, and ear warmers are permitted. WHAT SIZE BALL SHOULD MY CHILD BE USING? Soccer balls used in youth leagues come in sizes 3, 4, and 5. • 3-7 Years Old (U4-U8): Size 3 • 8-12 Years Old (U9-U12): Size 4 • 13 on up (U13-U18): Size 5 ITS RAINING, ARE WE STILL PLAYING GAMES TODAY? Check the WSA website (www.weatherfordsoccer.org) or our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/WeatherfordSoccer/). As long as there is no lightning and the fields are okay, we will play. WHEN AND WHERE ARE PRACTICES OR GAMES? The coach chooses the practice night(s) that best fits his/her schedule. WSA does not dictate when or where a coach practices his/her team. Because of the number of teams we have, WSA also does not have a master schedule of practices or locations teams practice at. Coaches set the practice times, but generally begin between 5:30-6:30pm depending on the time of the year. They tend to last around 1-2 hours depending on the age group (practices are shorter for younger age groups, longer for older age groups). Each coach sets their practice schedule. WSA policy limits you to two practices/training sessions each week (Monday - Sunday). The first week available for practice is mid to late February for the spring season, and mid to late August for the fall season. For the U4-U8 age groups, all games are played in Weatherford at Cartwright park. U9 and above age groups play in North Central Soccer Alliance (NCSA). Half of the games will be played in Weatherford at Cartwright park, the other half will be played in the other NCSA associations towns. Game times depend on the age group. Regular season Saturday games start around 8:30 am and are slotted all day long. Each game lasts roughly 45 - 90 minutes (younger ages play shorter games). Weeknight evening games start after 6:00 pm. Frequently Asked Questions

  • RETURN TO PLAY | Weatherford Soccer

    Return to Play Information Covid Return to Play 08/27/2020 Return to Training and Play Guidelines Referee Safety US Youth Soccer Activity Guide June 2020

  • WSA BOARD | Weatherford Soccer

    WSA Board Executive Board Members President Kayla Guzman Vice President Laurelle Hill Treasurer Cherie Long Coaching Director David Crudup Secretary Emily Gilmore Board Members Blythe Bales Juan Guzman Brie Heimlich Ricky Hill Ryan Kuhlmeier Jonnathan Reed Mandy Rice Danielle Sensabaugh Leonard Styer Brandon Walton WSA Board Meeting Minutes March 2020 Minutes May 2020 Minutes November 2020 Minutes October 2020 Minutes June 2020 Minutes July 2020 Minutes August 2020 Minutes September 2020 Minutes January 2021 Minutes February 2021 Minutes March 2021 Minutes April 2021 Minutes May 2021 Minutes June 2021 Minutes Are you interested in becoming a Board Member? First off, THANK YOU!! We are so happy you expressed interest! The Weatherford Soccer Board is made up of Mom’s and Dad’s who wanted to volunteer their time to help make improvements for not only their child(ren) but for all the other kiddos out here. Being a board member means devoting some of your very limited free time to make an impact on young children who may or may not have played soccer before. We are all here to help grow this love of soccer in every single child and build an organization that each and everyone of us can be proud of. Some of the duties a board member can be found doing is painting lines on the soccer fields, emptying trash cans, cleaning/restocking the restrooms, providing transportation to a field for a spectator, conducting registration, making connections with small businesses, and just simply being present at the fields on game days. Cartwright Park is owned by the city and they do the mowing once a week, but the association is responsible for the everyday upkeep of the fields and the buildings. The city requires that we have a board member present during games in the event an issue arises. ​ If you have the inkling to participate and be apart of something so great and beneficial to so many families, please email us with your contact information and we will be in touch with you. (weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com ) ​ “At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished…it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.” -Denzel Washington

  • REGISTER | Weatherford Soccer

    Registration Fall '21 Registration is now Closed. Email us at weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com to be waitlisted. You may still register your child but a $25 late fee charge will be added. Players will only be added to a team if they are needed. U4-U8 = $125 U9-U15 = $155 Everyone (new & returning) will have to create new accounts in order to register for the Fall '21 season ( Scholarships are available ask a board member about details) Player Registration (click red letters above) *Player must be 3 years old by 7/31/31 to register. * You must upload a legible birth certificate to complete registration. Coaches Registration (click red letters above) *New or Returning coaches must register! North Texas Soccer Association is switching to a new system. Please be patient with us during this transition. Thank you! Summer Camp Options!! Challenger Sports will be hosting a week long summer camp this summer! July 12th - 16th 2021 Click the link above to register! Game On Sports Complex 251 Settlement Plaza Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76108 Click the link above and find some excellent camps to attend all summer long!

  • CONTACT | Weatherford Soccer

    Contact When Contacting WSA... ​ Please send us an email and get back to you as soon as we can. This will help keep a written record of any & all issues. All issues should be handled through your League Representatives. While many people prefer to go "directly to the top ", you will not find much success there if you have not tried to resolve your issues with your League Representatives FIRST . Please understand that we do not maintain an office with full time staff. All board members are volunteers and have other jobs. Your email will be responded to as soon possible. Weatherford Soccer Association P.O. Box 1033 Weatherford, Texas 76086-1033 Email us at: weatherfordsoccer@gmail.com

  • SCHEDULES | Weatherford Soccer

    Schedules The Fall schedule will be posted soon!