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Vienna Youth Soccer 2013-14 Annual Report. Annual Meeting June 16, 2014. House: 2013-14 Annual Report. Registration numbers: Fall 2855 Spring 2743 VYSA Recreational Coaches of the Year: Michel Vanderhart and Roger Mahach. Operations: 2013-14 Annual Report .

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Vienna youth soccer 2013 14 annual report

Vienna Youth Soccer2013-14 Annual Report

Annual Meeting

June 16, 2014


House 2013 14 annual report

House: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Registration numbers:

    • Fall 2855

    • Spring 2743

    • VYSA Recreational Coaches of the Year: Michel Vanderhart and Roger Mahach


Operations 2013 14 annual report

Operations: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Purchased storage sheds at Colvin Run and Freedom Hill

  • Installed Knaack boxes for storage at Marshall, Madison, and Oak Marr

  • Initiated club-wide work day for minor field upgrades

    • Over 100 volunteers signed up online to prepare fields and equipment for first games of the Spring season

  • Opened Oakton High School fields

  • Provided equipment for Faith Baptist Church Level Up Soccer Day Camps for Children (Summer 2013)

  • Worked with Adidas and other vendors to provide equipment for House & Travel programs

    • 800+ balls, 1400 cones of various sizes, 1st aid kits and ice packs, goals, and corner flags


Travel 2013 14 annual report

Travel: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • 849 players rostered on 62 teams

    • National Capital Soccer League (20)

    • Washington Area Girls Soccer League (23)

    • Old Dominion Soccer League (19)

    • US Youth Soccer Region 1 Spring Colonial League (1)

  • Travel Policies were revised and approved by the Board

  • Revised Travel Policies posted on vys.org

  • Next Year:

    • Academy-based programs will continue and include U9 through U14 next year

    • Travel will continue to offer opportunities for players at various levels of development and commitment


Travel 2013 14 teams

Travel: 2013-14 Teams

NCSL – 20 ODSL - 19 WAGS - 23


Vys travel sportsmanship awards

VYS Travel: Sportsmanship Awards

  • U10 Vipers Silver – Fall 2012 & 13

  • U10 Spartans Black – Fall 2012

  • U11 Spartans Silver – Spring 2012

  • U11 Spartans White – Fall 2012 & 2013; Spring 2013

  • U12 Lightning White – Fall 2012 & 13

  • U13 Raptors Silver – Spring 2012

  • U13 Raptors White – Fall 2013

  • U14 FC Elite Black – Spring 2012

  • U14 FC Elite White – Spring 2013

  • U15 United White – Spring 2012

  • VYS usually has as many or more sportsmanship award recipients thanany other single club in the area.

U10 Fire White – Fall 2012 & 13

U11 Fury Silver – Fall 2012 & 13

U11 Fury White – Fall 2013

U12 Pride Silver – Fall 2012 & Spring 2013

U12 Pride White – Fall 2013

U13 Freedom Black – Fall 2012

U13 Freedom Red – Fall 2013

U13 Freedom Silver – Spring 2012

U13 Freedom White – Fall 2012

U14 Patriots Black – Fall 2013

U14 Patriots Red – Spring 2013

U14 Patriots Silver – Fall 2013

U15 Thunder Red – Fall 2012

U15 Thunder White – Fall 2013

U16 Strikers Red – Fall 2012

U16 Strikers White – Spring 2013

U19 Falcons – Fall 2013

U19 Fusion – Fall 2013


Vys travel 2013 14 academy programs

VYS Travel: 2013-14 Academy Programs

  • Consists of teams in U9 through U13

    • Professional trainers for U9 and U10

    • Professional coaches for U11 and up

  • U9 – 12 each have 8 teams; U13 has 6 teams evenly divided Boys and Girls

  • Girls participate in WAGS POD (U9 – U11), WAGS and ODSL – 229 players

  • Boys participate in NCSL and ODSL – 237 players


Referees 2013 14 annual report

Referees: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • 139 referees are "registered" with VYS

  • Fall 2013 spent $28,749 on referees; $3550 for reimbursements and $5392 for referee assignor 

  • Coverage last season was approximately 99% probably more like 97% if you include assigned games with no shows. Coverage this season is the same.

  • Approximately 531 (U9-U19) and 27 adult league games were scheduled to be played 

  • VYS supplies referees for ODSL games run on our fields 

  • Three divisions held end-of-season tournaments


Fields 2013 14 annual report

Fields: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Total of 36 fields

    • 27 grass, 9 turf

    • 26 schools, 8 parks, 2 private

  • Maintenance provided by: Premier Sports Fields

    • Mowing, lining, aerating, fertilizing, seeding, repair

    • $152,000 for this year’s expenditures

  • Major Project: Installed three full-sized turf fields at Oakton HS

  • No other major projects were undertaken due to the funding spent on Oakton HS

    • Potential future projects: Idylwood, Nottoway, Thoreau MS, Vienna Adventist, NewSong


Treasurer 2013 14 annual report

Treasurer: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Key Budgetary Goals

    • Align budget to VYS goals and mission-focused areas

    • Form committees to provide required oversight and transparency into spend activity

    • Evaluate spend to ensure VYS receives value from dollars spent

    • Benchmark current activities to best practices


Treasurer 2013 14 profit and loss

Treasurer: 2013-14 Profit and Loss

  • Information available upon request.


Treasurer registration trends

Treasurer: Registration Trends

  • Information available upon request.


Treasurer overall budget categories

Treasurer: Overall Budget Categories

  • Information available upon request.


Treasurer 2013 14 annual report1

Treasurer: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Recommendations

    • Form committees to evaluate VYS spend

    • Obtain additional professional staff to support VYS as it grows into the next tier of youth organization (>$1M)


Admin staff 2013 14 annual report

Admin Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Registration: Transitioned to new RosterPro system for registration. Benefits: improved user-friendly interface, ability to build custom forms and implement discounts, resulting in faster and precise registrations.

  • Fields:

    • Automated field selections for house and travel practices using Constant Contact, rather than paper and pencil and scans, allowed for coach/manager ease in selecting field choices for weekly practices.

    • Installed Master Field Schedule on Google Docs to provide real-time updates to all house/travel teams.

    • Updated online field maps to include, aerial view of field, labeled playing spaces, address and link to google maps for directions.

    • Worked with other local youth sports to maximize limited field usage on Vienna area fields.

    • Applied for permits and requested additional space

    • Coordinated with area schools, parks and Community Center staff to ensure fields were maintained and meeting rooms were available for VYS.


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Admin Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Uniforms: Ordered, sorted and delivered House uniforms to U13-19 teams each season, ~400 each year.

  • Scholarship: Aided scholarship applicants through walk in registrations and visited directly to schools with high, low-income students. Reached out to school counselors and ESOL teachers to enroll needy kids in soccer programs. Also worked closely with House Commissioners to place students on teams with “buddies” to help insure players had transportation to and from practices and games.

  • All-Stars: Coordinated and organized about 40 All Star teams each season.

  • Initiated monthly face to face meetings with staff and Technical team to enhance communication.

  • Website, Newsletter, Social Media: See Communications slide.


Communications 2013 14 annual report

Communications: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Website Improvements:

    • Installed e-news button

    • Integrated with Google calendars and forms for tryouts, house schedules

    • Added partners and sponsors page for DC United and Washington Spirit news and offers

    • Redesigned field closings page

    • Added Academies page with FAQs and curriculum information

    • Based on analytics, users appear to be more engaged (longer site duration (up 5%), using site more (up 14%), new users (up 14%), and total pageviews increased 8% from this time last year

  • E-newsletter Stats:

    • Addition of new features: local and national soccer news, health and fitness tips, coaching articles, and PCA tips.

    • 45% average open rate (25% average for non-profit industry)

  • Social Media:

    • Facebook: Engaged 711 Facebook fans (537: June 2013)

    • Twitter: Created new VYS account to promote sponsorships and partnerships: @VYSSOCCER


Registration 2013 14 annual report

Registration: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Less dependency on paper forms and check processing

  • Held one walk-in registration with volunteers helping families register online and pay by credit card

  • Expanded relationship with school counselors to help scholarship players register online and coordinate transportation

    • 148 Fall; 166 Spring

  • Fall 2013

    • House 2855 (2012: 2859)

    • Travel 883

    • TOPSoccer 20

    • Parent 111

  • Spring 2014

    • House 2743 (2013: 2815)

    • Travel 849

    • TOPSoccer 24

    • Parent 111


Community 2013 14 annual report

Community: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Ensure all children seeking to play soccer are able to do so:

    • House Scholarship Players: 126 players (4.6%) received $15,120

    • Travel Scholarship Players: 40 players (4.7%) received $18,452

  • Make a difference in our community

    • “Give Cancer the Boot” Awareness Campaign and $2,000 donation to Life with Cancer

    • "Play it Forward" sports equipment drive benefits Leveling the Playing Field and needy athletes in our area

    • “iCan Food Drive” to benefit Food for Others food bank

      • Four food drives resulted in donations of 6700 pounds of food


Topsoccer 2013 14 annual report

TOPSoccer: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Successfully completed its 5th year!

  • 20 players in Fall 2013, 24 in Spring 2014

    • Increase from 12 in Spring 2012

    • Split players to A and B teams

  • 8-10 coaches; 4 administrative volunteers; 25 buddies

  • Provided two one-hour sessions held at Freedom Hill on Saturday afternoons

  • TOPS Buddies Megan Kenny and Becca Benson awarded FFX County Champions of Character


Pca 2013 14 annual report

PCA: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Administrative Activities

    • Established VYS PCA Database to track coaches' PCA certifications

    • Updated PCA area of VYS website to support RSVP function for PCA events

    • Used VYS newsletter to highlight upcoming PCA events and report results

  • Pre-Season Courses Offered

    • Two Double-Goal 1 Coaching Courses offered in late March

    • 57 House and Travel coaches representing a wide range of age groups attended both workshops

  • In-season Courses Offered

    • "Supportive Saturday" Double-Goal Parent (Parent Talks) for all U6 boys and girls' games

    • Brought the workshops to the parents at the U6 game locations

    • More than 50 parents in the U6 age group participated

  • Next Steps for VYS PCA Activities for Fall 2014 Season

    • Renew PCA-VYS partnership Agreement in summer 2014

    • Identify VYS's PCA goals for Fall 2014 season

    • Set up courses for parents and coaches


Technical staff 2013 14 annual report

Technical Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • House (Coaches)

    • * We are providing more coaches training opportunities within VYS. This year we offered the USSF “E” and “F” license. Also, we created our own “VYS Coaching Course where we provided to the 5 & U6 and U7 & U8 coaches in VYS. So, more coaches are pursuing higher coaching education than previous years which are translating into a better knowledge and understanding on how to run practice and coach in games.

    • * All Star coaches meeting (presentation)

    • * Work with the VP of House to offer our assistance.

    • Room for improvement:

      • * Have a continuity of licenses to be provided to our coaches as well as more coaching support content on our VYS website (curriculum, age/skill appropriate lesson plans, and informative videos). Our VYS Technical Staff will continue providing more licenses and content information for our coaches in VYS.


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Technical Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • House (Players)

    • * We increased the amount of training opportunities to our VYS House players and saw a significant amount of the players taking advantage of our programs compared to last year.

    • * With the quality programs offered and our players attending the programs, the results start showing and the skill level of our young players within the House is getting stronger. For example: During our tryouts we are seeing our House players competing fairly with our developmental players in the Academy.

    • * There are more opportunities for interaction between House and Travel players as we try to grow stronger together as a community club.

    • Community events

      • GMU College, DC United and Spirit games.

    • VYS Programs

      • Summer, Winter, pickup and GK programs.

    • VYS Games

      • Scrimmages Travel vs. House All Stars.

    • Room for Improvement

      • * Continue to create more training/program opportunities.

      • * Improve the quality of training/coaching which will improve their develop * Work with the VP of House to offer our assistant.


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Technical Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Travel (Coaches)

    • * We will continue to utilize one of the highest number of coaches involved in VYSA (ODP Program).

    • * The principles, goals and vision in our Travel program are more defined and respected.

    • * The communication within VYS, Academies and with the Travel Families is getting better every season.

    • Room for improvement:

      • * Encourage our coaches to continue their education on an ongoing basis.

      • * More opportunity for coaching licenses in VYS.

      • * More training, presentations, communication with our parents and professional coaches to become better teachers of the game.


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Technical Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • Travel (Players)

    • * The number of players staying in our VYS Travel program has increased significantly compared to the year before.

    • * The communication/feedback between the professional staff with the players increased significantly compared from last year.

    • Room for improvement:

      • * Better education for players and families (what it takes - play at the highest level)

      • * More information to players, parents and coaches (website)

      • * Continuity with players’ feedback

      • * Continually look to challenge our players (training, Leagues)


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Technical Staff: 2013-14 Annual Report

  • VYS Programs (House and Travel)

    • Summer

      • The amount of players that participated in our Summer 2013 tripled from the year before.

    • Fall

      • We have a significant amount of players attending our fall programs.

    • Winter

      • We provided the same amount of sessions as the year before but we almost sold out all sessions this year. A huge increase in number from the years before.

    • Spring

      • Almost the same amount of players that attended the Fall programs, participated in the Spring but we add two new programs: VYS U9 & U10 Cross Over. So far the program has been very successful and we have plans to continue next year.


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