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FAQ

Where do the registration fees go?

PVSC is a non-profit organization, so there is no "profit margin" built
into your registration fees. Your registration fee goes a long way which includes County park fees, PVAA fees, FYSA and US Club fees, Coaching requirements fees, administrative staff and supplies, our dedicated training staff for practices, equipment purchases and maintenance of equipment, field maintenance, preparation, and improvements, referees, volunteer background checks and training,
player practice jerseys, and player awards.

Can I receive a Refund?

A refund request for any reason must be in writing or by email. A $30 administrative fee will be deducted from ALL refunds. Here is our refund schedule.

 

FALL Season

A full refund (less a $30 admin fee) by September 1st

NO REFUNDS after September 1st

SPRING Season

Full refund (less a $30 admin fee) by March 1st

NO REFUNDS after March 1st

Can I request a team for my child?

Accept for siblings, we do not guarantee team requests, practice days/times, or playing with friends. All teams are formed by random draw and assigned by the club. If you want your child to be with a specific person, we suggest one parent from each family to coach to guarantee placement.

My Son or daughter has a cast, can they still participate?

Rules state-that no hard orthopedic casts are allowed on the field. An orthopedic soft brace is allowed with written permission from a doctor but still must be approved by the referee at the games.

 

Where do I get my child's uniform?

All players will order their own recreation uniform kit this season.

Currently, you must order through We Got Soccer.

 

Numbering of uniforms: 

All players no matter the age group can choose their favorite number or use the day of the month of their birthday. PDA players must check with their coach for numbers.

Other than their practice jersey and uniform, what other equipment is needed?

All players are required to have and wear shin guards and soccer cleats. Please note, that baseball, softball, and foot cleats are not allowed!

Depending on the age of the player, a different size ball will be used.

U6 and younger a size 3 ball is used

U7-U12 a size 4 ball is used

U13 and older use a size 5 ball

...And don't forget plenty of water for practices and games!

Who is the Player Development Academy for?

This program is only available for those players (U9-U12) looking to advance their play in a more competitive environment. If you are not sure if your son or daughter is ready for the PDA program please speak to one of the certified coaches during one of the regular practice sessions for evaluation.

 

When do practices start?

About 2-3 weeks before the first recreational soccer practice begins. In the fall it will be early to mid-August and in the Spring mid-late February.

Who is the Skills Development Training for?

This program is only available for those players (U6-U12) looking to enhance their skills in the sport of soccer. This is a more strict environment with the intent of creating focus to get more touches and confidence on and off the soccer field.
 

When do practices start?

About 1-2 weeks after the first recreational soccer practice begins.
 

How much does the Skills Development Training cost?

The cost will be $99. The registration fee also includes an exclusive SD jersey at no additional cost. Players not enrolled in our rec program may enroll if spots are available for an additional $20 fee.
 

Is there anything else I should know about the Skills Development Training?

Coaches and trainers will be strict. Players will be placed in a structured learning environment where they will learn to focus not only on the playing field but on the skills needed to play.

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