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Registration Update

FALL 2024 SOCCER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Standard Registration is available from June 1st, 2024, through July 20th, 2024. Late Registration will start July 21, 2024, and run through August 1, 2024. All age groups will begin practice on August 12 and games will run from September 7th to November 2nd with playoffs in November.

  • This is an Interleague tournament featuring teams from Royse City, Caddo Mills (CMYSA & CMSA), Community, Lone Oaks, Farmersville, and Quinlan.
  • The registration fee includes a jersey, shorts, and socks. Players are responsible for their balls, cleats, and shin guards.
  • Open registration is available for boys and girls from U4 to U12 age groups.
  • Games will be held at Hooten Memorial Park, Caddo Mills, and Farmersville High School.
  • Each team will play 7 to 8 games during the season.
  • U8 to U12 teams will participate in playoff tournaments if qualified.
  • All games will be played on Saturday from 8 AM – 4 PM.
  • Make-up games due to weather-related issues may also be scheduled for weekdays (Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday nights)
# Division Registration Fee Standard Late Birth Year Eligibility*
1 SOCCER U04 $120 $140 2021
2 SOCCER U06 $120 $140 2019 and 2020
3 SOCCER U08 $120 $140 2017 and 2018
4 SOCCER U10 $120 $140 2015 and 2016
5 SOCCER U12 $120 $140 2013 and 2014

* per North Texas Soccer rule 4.1.2, children must be a minimum of three (3) years of age to play soccer.



# Age Bracket Time Break(s)
1 U04 (4) 8-min quarters 2-min halftime
2 U06 (4) 8-min quarters 5-min halftime
3 U08 (2) 20-min halves 5-min halftime
4 U10 (2) 25-min halves 5-min halftime
5 U12 (2) 30-min halves 5-min halftime
  • League Standings will be kept for U8 and older divisions.
  • No standings or scores will be kept for U4 or U6 games.
  • Points will be awarded in the following manner: Win – 3 points, Tie – 1 Point, Loss – 0 points.
  • Forfeited games will be recorded with a score of 3 to 0

Ties for final standings or playoff seeding will be determined in the following order:

  • Most Points
  • Goal Differential (Max +3 for a win, max -3 for a loss)
  • Head-to-Head
  • Coin Flip
  • The Goal Differential utilized for final standings and tournament seedings will be based on a +3/-3 max for win or loss. This means that any difference in score greater than 3 goals will have zero impact on the final season outcome. This ultimate final standing may differ from software-based standings due to their reflection of live score game differentials.

Your actions and behavior before, during, and after practice and games have the most influential impact on your athlete’s relationship with their sporting activities. Your attitude (positive/negative) will inevitably help shape the way your athlete views their sport, officials, referees, coaches, teammates, opposing players, supporters, and detractors.

Parent Code of Conduct
  • I will model good sportsmanship for all youth participants and spectators.
  • I will put the emotional and physical well-being of the youth participants ahead of a personal desire to win.
  • I will always respect players, coaches, officials, and spectators.
  • I will not belittle or ridicule anyone involved in a youth sporting event publicly, in-person, or online.
  • I will refrain from using profanity, verbal threats, and violent behavior.
  • I will refrain from criticizing officials and their decisions, relying on the coaching staff solely to facilitate all communications with any officiating crew or oppositional coaching staff.
  • I will do my part to keep the sport fun and positive for every participant.
  • I will follow the 24-Hour Respect Rule: waiting a full 24 hours before contacting any parent liaison, coach, or commissioner to remark, complain, or provide a negative dialogue about a practice or sporting event. Once the timeframe has elapsed, I will communicate directly and respectfully so that both the soccer representative and I can work together toward a meaningful conclusion.

Failure to comply with the above conduct policy may result in the issuance of a verbal warning for minor offenses, single or multi-event suspensions, or a season-long ban. The policies above are considered Zero Tolerance Policies and depending upon the infraction and circumstances, could result in immediate expulsion and considerations for future suspension.

Beyond the above conditions, we humbly ask as an organization to support not only your athlete but also the coaches who volunteer their time, the other athletes who are also giving their best, and the entire sporting program. Please encourage your athlete to talk to their coach about any misunderstandings, areas they might need additional assistance on, confusion about the overall strategy, or any additional questions they may have.

On the field of play, you not only represent yourself, but your family, your team, your school, and your sports association. It is imperative that regardless of circumstance, you maintain a good attitude and willingness to work hard towards your personal and team-oriented goals.

Parent Code of Conduct
  • I will model good sportsmanship for myself and all my teammates.
  • I will be honest, fair, and respectful to others always.
  • I will encourage, support, and work with my teammates.
  • I will commit to doing my best in all practices and games.
  • I will arrive at practice on time and be ready to dedicate my attention to my coaches.
  • I will always respect other players, coaches, officials, and spectators.
  • I will not belittle or ridicule anyone involved in a youth sporting event publicly, in person, or online.
  • I will refrain from using profanity, verbal threats, and violent behavior.
  • I will refrain from criticizing officials and their decisions, relying on the coaching staff solely to facilitate all communications with any officiating crew or oppositional coaching staff.
  • I will do my part to keep the sport fun and positive for every participant. I will commit to doing my best in the classroom from behavior to studies, acknowledging the importance of education, as well as sports.
  • I will win with humility and lose with character.

Failure to comply with the above conduct policy may result in the issuance of a verbal warning for minor offenses, single or multi-event suspensions, or a season-long ban. The policies above are considered Zero Tolerance Policies and depending upon the infraction and circumstances, could result in immediate expulsion and considerations for future suspension. If you have any questions, or areas of the coaching that you don’t understand, you should request additional assistance, the coach’s door is always open.

Outside of parental guidance, you as a coach may have the most influential impact on our local youth. You not only carry the responsibility as a role model and reference for behavior towards referees, umpires, opposing coaches, and players but also the burden to maintain a higher standard than every other participant within our sporting portfolio. Although some parents, players, and spectators will choose their limits of civility, most will take the guidance from you.

Parent Code of Conduct
  • I will always model good sportsmanship. I will be honest, fair, and respectful to others always.
  • I will encourage, support, teach, and lead my players to achieve their highest potential.
  • I will commit to doing my very best in planning, practice, and games.
  • I will always respect ALL players, coaches, officials, and spectators.
  • I will not belittle or ridicule anyone involved in a youth sporting event publicly, in-person, or online.
  • I will refrain from using profanity, verbal threats, and violent behavior.
  • I will work to facilitate the best communication possible with my players, parents, and other coaches.
  • I will do my part to keep the sport fun and positive for every participant.
  • I will press upon my players that we as a team and organization will win with humility and lose with character.

Failure to comply with the above conduct policy may result in the issuance of a verbal warning for minor offenses, removal of coaching responsibilities, single or multi-event suspensions, or a season-long ban. The policies above are considered Zero Tolerance Policies and depending upon the infraction and circumstances, could result in immediate expulsion and considerations for future suspension.

Lightning Delays
  • If lightning or thunder is detected within a 15-mile radius, all games will be immediately halted.
  • Players, parents, coaches, and spectators must clear the fields, parking lot, and any open areas, and return to their vehicles.
  • Ongoing games will be either postponed or canceled.
  • Field Marshals or League Representatives will determine the next steps based on current and forecasted weather conditions, field conditions, and any safety concerns.
  • No games will resume until 30 minutes have passed since the last lightning strike within a 15- mile radius.
National Weather Service Severe Weather Warnings

All games will be canceled or postponed if there is an active severe weather warning (e.g., tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, hurricanes) issued for our area by the National Weather Service.

Other Dangerous Weather Conditions

Games will be canceled or postponed if weather conditions such as hail pose a danger to players and spectators. Games will remain suspended while these hazardous conditions persist.

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