You will find a bunch of resources on the Forms & Downloads page.
Manage your team with Apps.
TeamSideline, Shutterfly or Sportsengine are FREE apps where you can easily post and update all of your team’s important information including:
The Party Usually Includes the Following:
Suggestions for Team Party Activities
Parents vs. players scrimmage
Picnic/BBQ (consider weather)
Family fun center
Things to Consider in Planning Your Team Party
Book your location early. The most popular locations fill quickly. Consider having your party on a weeknight evening following the last game.
Order trophies and awards by mid-season.
By mid-season, estimate the party costs per player, including trophies, gifts, party activity, food, etc. Collect a portion of the money from each player to cover any deposits required by your vendors.
Determine the final cost and collect the balance due from each family for trophies, gifts, party, etc. at or before the last game. Some families may not come to the party, and it can be difficult to collect money when the season is over.
Have a contingency plan if your party is an outdoor activity.
Every player needs a player pass or they will NOT be able to play.
Player Pass Night
All recreational teams U9 and above must attend the team manager open house meeting to pick up team player passes. Check for the meeting time and place on the RYSC Calendar.
Mark your Calendar for
PHOTO MAKE-UP DAY
Saturday, November 2nd at Kaseberg Park.
Those wishing to purchase Spirit Wear for their teams have two options.
First, Kombat Soccer in Rocklin stocks limited quantities of official RYSC polos in various men's and women's sizes. Click the flyer link above to see an example of the official RYSC polo. Call ahead to ensure your size is in stock.
Second, you may order alternate Spirit Wear items using the following catalog link. The prices in the catalog include the official RYSC logo.
Kombat Soccer can further customize the items to include team names, player names, and so forth. For more information, contact Traya Vayas at Kombat Soccer.
Many teams have adopted a Goal Jar as a fundraiser for the team. When the team scores a goal during a game, the jar is passed up and down the sidelines among the spectators for donations.
Ideas for Using Goal Jar Collections