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SPRING SOCCER 2014

2014 Spring League Game Schedules Posted updated 2/23/2014 @ 3:30 pm

2014 Spring Cup Bracketing Posted

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Please read the entire checklist below BEFORE filling out your application.

Spring League Application

Contact the Spring Soccer Administrator if your club has not yet received the Venue form.


There are three different plan options for the number of games you play, as well as the option to select days on which you are not available to play because of Cal Cup or State Cup.  All information can be found within this site so that you and your team can have an enjoyable Spring Soccer experience.  If you have additional questions, please contact
Administrator@SpringSoccer.org

Spring League games will be played on Saturdays and Sundays from March 1st - April 27th, 2014
Spring Cup games will be played on Saturdays and Sundays from May 3rd - May 18th, 2014. 

Checklist for Entry Into Spring Soccer 2014
1. After reading this entire checklist, the next step is to submit a Spring League Application Form
  - Check the current Team Listing page to make sure your team isn't already registered;
     if it is,  DO NOT submit another application.  See below for making changes to your data.
- Review the form before filling it out to make sure you have all required information available
  - If you will be paying online, you can pay at the same time that you submit your application.
       Online payments are processed through PayPal.  You do not need a PayPal account to use
       this service.
- If you do not pay when submitting your application, you can pay later either online or by check. 
 
  All payment deadlines are still based on date of payment, not the date of application.
    i.e., if you apply before January 1st, you must also pay by January 1st to receive the
            early application fee discount.
 
- If you will be paying online at a later date after submitting your application, then when you are
     ready to pay use the Online Payment Form to make your payment. DO NOT submit a new
     application to make a payment after submittong an application.
 
  - If paying by check, you can mail a check for the full amount due using the Payment by Check Form,
  - Each team requires a separate application. 
- check the Spring League Fee Schedule to view the different Plans available

Upon submission of your application, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address you enter at the bottom of the application form; therefore please make sure this e-mail address gets entered correctly.  Once you receive the confirmation e-mail, verify that your information was submitted correctly. 

Please DO NOT submit multiple applications for the same team. If you need to make a  correction to the original application, send an e-mail to Scheduler@SpringSoccer.org with the detail of your change. Do not submit a new application to make an adjustment. To make an online payment after your application has been submitted, use the Online Payment Form.  Do not submit a new application for this purpose either.

If you successfully submit an application and do not receive a confirmation e-mail within 30 minutes, you may have entered the e-mail incorrectly, or depending on your computer's settings, the confirmation may have gone into your spam folder.  If you do not find it in your spam folder, please contact the Spring Soccer Registrar to verify the application and get all information corrected.

 
IMPORTANT:  Please be sure you are entering the correct age group.  You should be entering the age group you were in for Fall 2013 and not what you will be in during Fall 2014, even if you are requesting to play up an age group.  For a new team, it is the same - i.e. the age group you would have been in during Fall 2013.  If you are requesting to play up an age group, it will be evaluated and adjusted at a later date.

2. After your team application is processed, your team will be listed on the Team Number List page.  On that listing your team will have a Spring Soccer Team ID number listed.  Please mention that Team ID number on any e-mails or further correspondence with Spring SoccerPlease allow a few days for your team to appear on this list from the time you submit your application.  If you are paying your entry fee at the time of application, you do not need to know this ID number to make your payment (though you will need it for future correspondence);  otherwise please wait until you are assigned this ID number before making your online payment at a later date or sending in your check.
   
3. When you are reasonably sure of your team's schedule outside of Spring Soccer you can submit a No-Play Dates Form to indicate which day(s) your team is not available to be scheduled for games. Once submitted, if any of your available dates change, submit a new No-Play Dates form in its entirety, and specifying all of your no-play dates.  You cannot just indicate changes from the previous form submitted.  Each No-Play Dates form submitted will override all previous No-Play Dates forms submitted for that team.  The deadline for submitting the No-Play Dates Form is February 5th, 2014.  The purpose of the No-Play Date option is to allow you to avoid conflicts with other key soccer dates you may have scheduled. It is not meant for you to customize your schedule.  Checking an excessive amount of no-play dates could result in not enough available schedule dates when combined with other teams in your bracket; in these cases it may be necessary to adjust the scheduling  accordingly.
4. Submit a Venue Form for each field that your club will be providing.  This is typically coordinated at the club level.  Contact the Spring Soccer Administrator if your club has not yet received the Venue form.
   
5. Once the season starts, if you need to re-schedule a game or cancel a game you will need to submit a Schedule Change Request Form
   
6. Fill in and print the Spring Season Roster Form and bring a copy to each game.
   
7. If at any time your team information changes (other than No-Play dates), such as coach,
    manager, etc., please notify the Registrar by e-mail of the specific change.
8. There are separate entries for the Spring Season and for Spring Cup.  Registering for the Spring Season does not automatically register you for Spring Cup.
Spring Cup 2014
Spring Cup 2014 registration details will be provided here once the Spring Season is underway.

If you registered for the Spring Season under Plan A, then there is no additional fee for Spring Cup.  However, you must still submit the Spring Cup Application Form if you want to participate in Spring Cup.
  
Note #1
Please reference your Spring Soccer Team ID Number in any e-mails, forms, or any other correspondence with Spring Soccer. 

Note #2
All teams play in the age group that they played in during the Fall 2013 season, and NOT the age group they will be playing in during the upcoming Fall 2014 season.  Likewise, new teams play in the age group that they would have played in during Fall 2013.  Teams may request to play up an age group.


Note #3

Boys U10 and Girls U10 play 11 v 11 on the Full size fields and goals with 3 referees for Spring League and Spring Cup


Note #4
The purpose of the No-Play Date option is to allow you to avoid conflicts with other key soccer dates you may have scheduled. Checking an excessive amount of no-play dates could result in not enough available schedule dates when combined with other teams in your bracket; in these cases it may be necessary to adjust the scheduling  accordingly.
   
   

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