The club calendar is published on the CALENDAR page of our website. Note, you may need to be using Google Chrome as your web browser to be able to view as it is an embedded google calendar. This provides the latest available information on various milestones for the season.
No, a uniform kit is not included with registration fees. Uniforms are available for purchase from Kombat Soccer's online store. Be sure to order in advance as deliveries typically take ~3 weeks or so. Visit the UNIFORMS page of our website for more information and a link to the order form.
The 2023 uniform is the same one used for 2021 & 2022, thus if yours still fits or you have a second hand one, those are perfectly acceptable.
RYSC has over 3500 players in our recreational program with approximately 300 teams to form. This takes a lot of effort and time. The team rosters are typically finalized by mid July. Once that is done, our volunteer board members will then review which teams have coaches and which do not. Teams without a coach will then be contacted looking for a volunteer. The coaches meeting is typically held near the end of July with information going out to all teams in early August.
As part of this process, some teams will hear information earlier than others and that is normal.
To register a player, visit the registration page of our website. Registration is open from April 1 to May 31 each year. After May 31st, you can sign up for the waitlist and every effort is made to place waitlisted players. No fee is charged for being on the waitlist unless the player is placed on a team.
After the registrations are completed, the applicants are separated by gender and age group. From there, they are placed on tentative teams based on requests and location. Final team placement is made by the club registrar when the roster is created. Recreational soccer does not have try outs. Everyone will be placed on a team!
Watch a 5 minute video on how to register my child on GotSport.
Effective August 4th, 2023, the waitlist has been closed for the fall 2023 season.
The club registrar will begin reviewing waitlisted players after the teams have been formed with players who registered prior to the deadline. From there the registrar will check if teams still have room for players, or if an entirely new team can be formed from waitlisted players. Additionally, every year some players leave for a variety of reasons which opens up spots as well.
Generally, the waitlist is reviewed after the coaches meeting is held at the end of July and waitlisted players will begin being placed during the first week of August. It is possible some may be placed as late as near the end of August after practices have started as spots open up if some players leave. We know you are curious but asking the registrar for an update any time prior to August 7th is not productive.
The club CALENDAR is the best resource for the latest information on dates.
The season officially begins in August and ends in November. Games are played on Saturday’s and practices are held 1-3 times during the week. (As set by the coach with input from the parents.) The field in which your child practices will be given to you by your coach just before the season begins. Field assignments are not made until the summer when teams have been finalized.
Practices usually begin around the second week of August with the first games held the last Saturday in August. Each team's practice schedule is determined by the team's coach, and usually communicated to teams during the first week of August. The game schedule is typically released the Monday before the first game. Please do not contact the registrar about practice schedules as your coach will have that information, not the registrar.
For the latest available information, visit the GAME SCHEDULE page of our website. The first half of the schedule (the first 5 games) are typically not published until the Monday before the first games. The second half of the schedule (the last 5 games) are published during the mid-season break after the league scheduler reviews results from the first half and re-seeds the teams based on performance to date.
RYSC is great fun for children that turn 5 years old through 18 years old sometime during the calendar year. This means if a player is currently 4 years old but will turn 5 years old any time up to and including December 31st they can play. If a player is younger or older than these dates, they cannot play in the fall season.
Home = Green
Visitor = White
In cases where two Roseville teams play each other, there is still a "Home" and "Away" team. The team listed first on the schedule is the "Home" team
You can now request which team you would like to play on during registration. Once in your GotSport registration, you will be able to pick a team or request to play with a friend! All efforts will be made to honor requests.
Every effort is made to honor team and friend requests; however, it is not always possible to honor every request. As teams move up in ages, more players are required per team, but fewer players available as some people stop playing. This necessitates breaking up some teams and distributing the players to other teams. Additionally, some teams fill up with early registrations thus not leaving spots on that team for later registrations.
Priority is given to players who played on a team previously. The next priority is given to earlier registrations.
RYSC has a partnership with the City of Roseville and make use of many of the parks throughout the city. For a complete list, please visit the FIELDS page of our website.
Practice locations and times are set by the team's coach and not by the club. Please do not contact the registrar with questions about this as it's something managed at the team level. Practice locations should be set by the first week in August after which the coach will communicate with the team.
Yes, the special weekend for 2023 is July 28-July 31st. There will also be a follow up weekend on August 18-21 for any last minute items. Visit the DICKS SPORTING GOODS COUPON page of our website to download the code.
Picture day for the 2023 season is scheduled with options for October 11, 15, and 22nd. In early September, a link will be emailed to every coach to sign up for a date and time. The team does need to all attend at the scheduled time. Makeup dates are not supported.
Our referee assignors work to supply three referees for all U11 through U19 games, and one referee for all U9 & U10 games. The 4v4 games played by U6-8 ages are officiated by the coaches.
There is a referee shortage across the region and we expect some games to not have official referees. In these instances the home team should provide a volunteer parent. RYSC offers training for parent volunteers, click below to learn about training opportunities.
The season is designed to have 10 games. Games may be cancelled due to heat, smoke, or inclement weather. Makeup games are not guaranteed for cancelled games. Additionally, there is an optional tournament at the mid-season break that the team may choose to enter or skip. Choosing to enter the tournament adds an additional 3 or 4 games.
No team name can be changed after official rosters have been handed out. Team names are chosen prior to the beginning of the season by teams and coaches. No duplicate names should be used in the club. This allows for clarification in all club information which names are used (schedules, pictures, sponsorships, etc.).
Each coach shall keep with him/her an official team roster listing all active players for that season.
The following roster minimum / maximums will be considered:
U6 - U8 6 min / 8 max plays 4V4
U9 - U10 10 min / 14 max plays 7V7
U11 - U12 11 min / 16 max plays 9V9
U13 - U14 11 min / 18 max plays 11v11
U15 - U19 11 min / 22 max plays 11V11
No team roster will be changed without prior approval from the club registrar. Amended rosters will be sent out to the coach (s) once a change has been authorized. This includes, but is not limited to, any add, transfer or removal of players or coaches
Goal keepers not allowed in 4v4 games. Starting at the 7v7 groups (U9+) and higher, goal keepers become part of the game.
Players with a hard cast cannot play. Even if wrapped and bubble wrap or foam, hard casts are not allowed. This is a hard rule with no flexibility implemented for player safety.
Players with a soft brace can play at the discretion of the referee. Braces with metal supports are not permitted. If a referee is not assigned to the match, then the home team coach will have final decision.
Visit the CASTS POLICY page of our website for more information.
Players with a piercing are not allowed to play unless the jewelry is removed. Placing tape over the piercing is NOT sufficient. This is a hard rule with no flexibility implemented for player safety.
Visit the JEWELRY & PIERCINGS POlICY page of our website for more information
Take a deep breath, sit back and enjoy the rest of the game. Referees are human and will make mistakes. You are human and will make mistakes. The kids will remember the example you set, long after they forget any single call on a play. The club has a zero tolerance Referee abuse policy (physical or verbal) and will support the referee on all judgment calls. Referee Abuse Policy HERE
RYSC is a non-profit volunteer organization. We are not affiliated with any school districts or the City of Roseville. There is a Board of Directors that meet monthly to make the tough decisions and several volunteers who are needed to keep things running smoothly each season. Please consider volunteering to help the club. If you are interested , please contact the Club President. email@example.com
100% refunds are available for any reason if requested prior to July 15th.
50% Partial refunds are available for requests submitted between July 15th and Labor Day.
No refunds are available after Labor Day.
To request a refund, fill out the google form LINKED HERE