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Recreational Teams Information

FALL 2015 RECREATIONAL SEASON REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION

Please "CLICK" the link below to register to our Fall 2015 Recreational Soccer Season.  In order to guarantee placement on a team, we need to receive the registration form, copy of birth certificate (if new to GBYSL) and payment postmarked or turned into the office on June 7, 2015.  You also need to upload a head shot photo of your child.  Thank you!

TO OUR NEW PLAYERS

GBYSL PROVIDES A SET OF UNIFORM:  JERSEY, SHORTS AND SOCKS THIS IS DISTRIBUTED BY THE HEAD COACH.  YOU NEED TO PURCHASE CLEATS AND SHINGUARD FOR YOUR CHILD.  WE ALSO GIVE OUR PLAYERS A PARTICIPATION AWARD AND AN INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PICTURE AT THE END OF THE SEASON DISTRIBUTED BY THE HEAD COACH.

REGISTRATION LINK IS FOUND BELOW

RECREATIONAL COACH & TEAM MANAGER REGISTRATION LINK(CLICK HERE)

If you wish to volunteer to be a coach or team manager for our recreational program, please click on the above link and complete the registration. Once you have registered, you will be asked to complete a background check. Once your background check is approved, we can place you on a team. On behalf of Great Basin Soccer, thank you for volunteering to work with our young soccer players!

This worksheet needs to be completed by the team coach listing all the officials names, players names, field practice location, time and day.  Please turn this in to the office no later than June 7, 2015 with the completed player registration form and payment.

Field practice permit will be mailed to the team coach, you need to have this in your possession at all practices. 

2015 FALL GAME SCHEDULE

Aug. 15, 2015          First game

Aug. 22, 2015          Second game and Picture Day (venue TBA)

Aug. 29, 2015          Third game & makeup day at Lifetouch Studios

Sept. 5, 2015           No games Labor day weekend

Sept. 12, 2015         Fourth game

Sept. 19, 2015         Fifth game

Sept. 26, 2015         Sixth game

Oct. 3, 2015             Seventh game

Oct. 10, 2015           Eighth game

Oct. 12-17, 2015      End of the season tournament

FIELD OF PLAY FOR DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS

U4/5/6/7 and U10 BOYS AND GIRLS        MOANA SOCCER FIELD
U8 BOYS AND GIRLS                                   PLUMAS FIELD
U9 BOYS                                                      MARY GOJACK FIELD
U9 GIRLS                                                     ECHO LODER
U11/12,/3 AND STREET SOCCER               TERRACE COMPLEX

2015 SPRING SEASON INFORMATION

END OF THE SEASON TOURNAMENT

The first 8 teams to apply in the U8 and U9 division boys and girls (8 teams each) are guaranteed a spit for a team fee of $120.00  The fee for U10 is $200.00, U11 $225.00, U12 is $250.00 and U13 boys only is $250.00.  There is no U13 girls division since we only have 2 teams.

Game fields for U8 is Plumas while U9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 are at Terrace.

The deadline to apply for this tournament is May 8 by sending an email to recreationaladmin@gbysl.org.

Practice Field Layout

COACH TRAINING SESSIONS

RECREATIONAL COACH TRAINING - DATES AND LOCATIONS

February 19 from 4-5:15 pm for U4-U6 and 5:30-7 pm for U7-U13 at El Sol gym
February 26 from 4-5:15 pm for U4-U6 and 5:30-7 pm for U7-U13 at El Sol gym
April 19 from 9-10:15 am for U4-U6 and 10:30-Noon for U7-U13 at Plumas Park
April 26 from 9-10:15 am for U4-U6 and 10:30-Noon for U7-U14 at Plumas Park
Goal keeper training on March 29 from 9-10:30 am at Plumas Park with Coach Leisha Alcia

El Sol gym is an indoor soccer facility located at 1580 Hymer Avenue Suite 120, Sparks.

If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact Jimmy Huynh, VP Sierra Recreational at  gbyslreccomis@yahoo.com .

SPRING SEASON GAME SCHEDULE

MARCH 28  FIRST GAME
APRIL 4  NO GAMES
APRIL 11  SECOND GAME
APRIL 18  THIRD GAME AND PICTURE DAY AT SPORTS AUTHORITY
APRIL 25  FOURTH GAME
MAY 2  FIFTH GAME
MAY 9  SIXTH GAME
MAY 16 SEVENTH GAME
MAY 23  NO GAMES MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
MAY 30  EIGHTH GAME
JUNE 1-4  END OF THE SEASON TOURNAMENT

Guidelines for Casts per League Guidelines

CAST & BRACES: Must have a signed doctor’s release releasing the player to play.  The Center Referee has the final say as to the safety of the player and other players regarding casts.  Casts must be wrapped with ½” foam, bubble wrap or appropriate material. Knee braces must be covered with the manufacturer’s sleeve. No other wraps will be accepted.

Lifetouch Portraits

Clint Welch

Phone: 775-851-0444

GAME FIELD LAYOUT

Mary Gojack Park

Located on the corner of Skyline Blvd and Cashill, next to the fire station.

PRACTICE ACTIVITIES FOR RECREATIONAL COACHES

Under the Sierra Rec tab is a link for age specific practice activities. This is from US Youth Soccer and recommended by Sam Snow, highly recommended by us and Sam, TOP 10 list.

Age specific practice activites

Sam Snow talked about this in his training session with us. Here is the link. We HIGHLY recommend using this material. Its broken down for each age group.

U 6 Small sided rules

Please note Law 15

U10 Modified rules for Small sided games

We use three man referee teams.

U12 US Youth Soccer Small Sided Games modification for U12

We adhere to most of the recommendations where fesible

US Soccer Coaching Manual

Awesome material, all coaches should down load his manual.

RECREATIONAL VS COMPETITIVE

We have received a number of inquiries about the difference between recreational and competitive (club) division.  Recreational games are typically Saturdays (older teams play Fridays) only, total of 8 games. Practices are 1 or 2 a week 
Competiitve teams play local teams (you might travel to Carson City/Lake Tahoe and Truckee) and may travel out of town for tournaments. Uniforms are not included in the league fee. Competitive teams typically belong to a club, there are additional club fees and some teams will hire trainers at an additional fee.  The level of play is higher than recreational.  Teams may travel to out of state tournaments and there could be as many as 3 in the fall and as many as 6 in the Spring. 
Competiitve teams practice more than once a week and could practice as many as 3 times per week in addition to games.