Marion Soccer Club New Parent

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1. 1 Marion Soccer Club New Parent / Player Information Meeting June 11th, 2009

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3. 3 Club Background MSC Formed in 2003 Started with 4 teams Currently 15 teams (181 Players, 44 Coaches) Established Specifically as a Low Cost Alternative to Larger Area Soccer Clubs Designed for players and teams transitioning from recreational soccer (e.g., AYSO and YMCA) to a more competitive playing environment Low entry costs No tryouts! Access to competitive leagues and tournaments

4. 4 Club Background 501c(3) Non-profit Organization Registration in process Provide Players a More Structured Framework Develop individual soccer skills Develop life skills Multi-Sport / Activity Friendly Environment Recognize players have other athletic interests Family, school and church activities Philosophy is for teams to maintain a flexible environment Adjust competitive level of teams appropriately Assign players to teams based on skill and commitment level

5. 5 Club Background Governed by a Board of Directors President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Team Representatives (One per Team) Board Sets and Manages Club Policies Sets Player and Team Fees Quarterly Board Meetings Annual Membership Meeting Special Meetings as Necessary

6. 6 Club Background Other Club Positions Director of Coaching (DOC) Registrar Referee Administrator Risk Management Coordinator Uniform & Clothing Manager Web Master Many Opportunities for Involvement Club Administration Fund Raising Club Event Coordination

7. 7 Club Background Team Structure Head Coach Assistant Coach(es) Team Manager Team Representative (Voting Member of Board of Directors) High Degree of Team Autonomy Each team decides on league and tournament play Sets practice schedules and participation expectations Incorporates additional coaching resources as desired

8. 8 Club Background Recent MSC Team Successes MSC Heat Red - 2nd Place, Iowa Director’s Cup MSC Heat Red - 2nd Place, CRSA Chillout MSC United - 2nd Place, CRSA Chillout MSC Heat White - Champions, Waukesha May Madness MSC Heat White - Champions, Heartland Midwest Soccerfest MSC Storm - 2nd Place, Heartland Midwest Soccerfest Many MSC Players Currently Playing High School Varsity Soccer (Including Freshmen)

9. 9 Club Background MSC Registered Teams (Spring 2009)

10. 10 Iowa Soccer Association (ISA) Governing State Soccer Association Mission: To foster, promote and perpetuate the sport of soccer Affiliate of United States Soccer Federation (USSF) Teams, players and coaches register with ISA through affiliated member organizations Provides a Uniform Set of Guidelines Player eligibility and registration Team formation and player assignments Playing rules Standards of sportsmanship and conduct

11. 11 Iowa Soccer Association (ISA) Three Distinct Competitive Levels Recognized by ISA Recreational Select (Competitive and Premier) Olympic Development Soccer Area Clubs and Organizations AYSO & YMCA (Recreational, Not Affiliated with ISA) Heartland & CRSA (Local Competitive & Premier ISA Clubs) Team tryouts for U11 and above players Large clubs with Professional Coaching staffs MSC, Prairie SC, FC United (Local Competitive Plus ISA Clubs) Compete against each other and Hearltand and CRSA Match up well against the larger club’s Competitive Teams

12. 12 Leagues Iowa City Cedar Rapids Soccer League (ICCR) Local soccer league for advanced players Competitive U7 - U10 teams Fall and spring sessions Matches played at Prairie Soccer Complex Illinois - Iowa Youth Soccer League (ILLOWA) Statewide Soccer League for Advanced Players Competitive & Premier U11 - U19 Teams Fall and Spring Sessions Matches Played in Western Illinois and Eastern Iowa

13. 13 Leagues Iowa Premier Soccer League (IPSL) Statewide soccer league for advanced players Competitive & Premier U11 - U19 teams League structured in Divisions based on team abilities (Not necessarily by age.) Fall and spring sessions Matches played on Saturdays and Sundays across Iowa Winter Indoor Leagues also Available Fifth Season Indoor Soccer League (FSISL) Futsal (Microsoccer)

14. 14 Tournaments MSC Teams Eligible to Play in US Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) Sanctioned Tournaments Many tournaments held each year in Iowa Teams may also travel out of state MSC Teams Have Competed in Out of State Events Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Minnesota & Illinois Tournament Play at the Discretion of Individual Teams Typically teams play 1 to 2 tournaments in the fall and spring Other events (e.g., 3 v 3 tournaments)

15. 15 Coaching Parent Lead and Coached Teams E-License required for all club coaches First club in state to require parent coach licenses Coaches encouraged to pursue additional training (D-License, Keeper Training, National Coaching Certificates) Pro-Coaching Offers players, teams and parent coaches additional coaching resources Optional, teams decide how to utilize coaches Team training, running matches Pro-coaches run Camps and Academies Co-Training Opportunities with FC United Pursuing partnerships with local colleges College coach directs club and team training programs College players work with individual teams

16. 16 Player Eligibility Club Accommodates Youth Players U9 Through U19 Based on Player Age on July 31st prior to Seasonal Year

17. 17 Player & Coach Registration Player Registration Player Registration Form Player Medical Release Form Player Code of Conduct Form Copy of State Birth Certificate (Proof of Age) Team Affiliation - Players must be registered as part of a team Coach Registration Volunteer Disclosure Form (On-Line) ( Click on Disclosure Form) Coach Code of Conduct Form E-License (Coach must obtain within first year of coaching)

18. 18 Team Formation & Registration Team Formation Entire teams from recreational programs Individual players (Coaches work to place players) Teams are typically age specific (i.e., all U12 players) Some flexibility allowed by ISA and MSC Team Registration Team Registration Form ISA Provides Player Cards and Team Rosters

19. 19 Costs 2009 - 2010 Fee Schedule Not Finalized Historical Costs (Approximate Per Player) $150 - $200 Annual Fee (Includes Fall and Spring Seasons) Player & Team Registration Covers ISA Player Card and Team Roster Teams typically hold 2 training sessions per week during season Players provide their own training clothing and soccer ball 5 S’s (Shirt, Shorts, Socks, Shin guards and Shoes) League Fees (6 to 8 games per Season) Covers League Registration, Field and Referee Fees Additional Costs (As Needed / Utilized) Uniform (if needed) ~ $100 Pro-coaching ~ $40 per Year One training session per week during spring and fall seasons Tournaments ~ $30 per Event (Not including personal travel & lodging costs)

20. 20 Costs Training Camps & Academies Players Register on an Individual Basis ~ $75 per Camp (4 Days, 2 Hours per Day) ~ $50 per Academy Session (6 Skills Based Training Sessions) Session 1 - November through December Session 2 - February through March Capital Assessments Under Consideration License reimbursement to coaches Safety equipment for teams Game balls, training and sideline gear for teams Administration Scholarships

21. 21 Key Dates 2009-2010 Seasonal Year Team Formation and Player Placement (July 3rd) IPSL Team Fall Registration (July 14th) ICCR Team Fall Registration (July 21st) MSC Player Registration Deadline (July 31st) Fall Season Practices typically start in mid August Season runs through end of October Spring Season Practices typically start in mid March Season Runs through early June

22. 22 Contact Information Paul Brundell, Club President [email protected] 447-6019 John Persick, Director of Coaching [email protected] 389-2554 Sherri Monk, Merchandise & Uniform and Fundraising Coordinator [email protected] Diane Toy, Volunteer Coordinator [email protected] 373-1738

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