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FAQ

Check this page regularly, as we will be updating as new questions come up.

My player has never played before, what equipment do I need?

Each player will need to have proper shinguards and shoes for each practice and game. A ball is optional but highly encouraged. SoccerKraze has a nice selection and knowledgeable staff.

When is the Fall Season?

Fall teams typically start practice in early to mid August. Games are typically on Saturdays and are played from late August through the end of October.

When is the Spring Season?

Spring teams typically start practice in early to mid-March. Games are typically on Saturdays and are played from late March through the end of May.

What day are practices?

Each coach sets the dates, times and locations of practices for his/her team.

What day are games?

Games are typically played on Saturdays only. Occasional mid-week games are played.

When will I hear from a coach?

Coaches should contact players approximately 3 weeks prior to the beginning of the season. In the Spring you should hear from a coach the first week of March. In the Fall, they should be in contact the first week of August.

How are teams formed?

All Recreational teams are formed on as even a basis as possible, taking into account the player’s school, transportation requirements, age, etc. We do not accept parent requests for player placement.

Can I request to have my kids play on the same team?

Assuming that they are in the same age group (or near age groups), then yes. Please make sure that you mark the registration form that you wish this to occur. This is especially important for siblings that do not share a last name.

Can I request to be on a certain team or with a certain coach?

No. We do not accept requests for specific coaches or teams. We have had too many problems with coaches that have built “super teams” through this process that makes it unfair to the rest of the kids playing. However, if you have a bad experience with a particular coach, please contact us to discuss the situation.

What does my registration fee cover?

The cost of running youth sports organizations is continually increasing. The Redding Youth Soccer League strives to keep the cost to our member families as low as possible through donations, sponsorships and negotiated contracts. The list of league expenses that are paid from these funds and your registration fees include:

  • Background checks on all coaches in RYSL
  • Liability and health insurance for players and coaches
  • Field rental at the Redding Soccer Park
  • Uniforms and equipment for the players
  • Referees
  • District fees to support training courses for coaches and development of new fields

Where are the games played?

All of our local games are played at the Redding Soccer Park. Under 10 and above age groups do travel to the surrounding communities for approximately half their games. PLEASE NOTE: The Redding Soccer Park charges a $2.50 admission fee to all visitors over 12 – except referees, players and coaches.

My child has decided not to play this season. Can I get a refund?

There will be no refunds after MARCH 1 (SPRING) OR JULY 1 (FALL). Refunds are not processed until after play begins.

My child has decided not to play this season, can you just hold the registration fee until next season?

No. With nearly 1200 kids playing in Redding alone, we would not be able to track the fee through the months.


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Registration

RYSL has two main registration periods. January for the Spring Season and May for the Fall Season of play. We notify all members via direct mail, the website, email, newspaper and other media outlets of the upcoming registration events.
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FAQ

We get asked some of the same questions on a regular basis. We've tried to cover the most frequent ones on the FAQ page. Everything from season length to what your child needs to play. Perhaps you can find your question and answer here? If not, feel free to drop us a line!
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To provide a program dedicated to develop and sustain a quality, consistent, safe and positive environment to assist youth soccer players in attaining their highest possible level of personal skills, tactics, sportsmanship and overall soccer proficiency through proper teaching and competition. The clubs philosophy is that development of players and how we play the game is a greater priority than winning.
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