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Getting Started

NOTE:Player registration has moved to NEW PAGE . Player Cards for Fall 2016 should not be purchased until AFTER July 1st.

If you are a new team in the club, you will need to be setup in Team Snap as well as various registration systems.  Please use the following buttons to Request New Team and Complete Staff Registration.

For new players that attend group tryouts or drop-in to tryout during the season with a team, the family must complete and sign the PASC Player Participation Form download form

Registration

Registration consists of three items you must complete each Spring and Fall season.

  1. Club registration – deposit of first two months coaching fees, Field Fees and player fees ($235/player as of Fall 2016).
  2. League registration – register to play in a CalNorth (CCSL/CRL) or NorCal Premier (NorCal/NPL).
  3. Player/Staff registration – register players/staff to get credentials from the appropriate governing body.

Registration Dates

Club Registration

In addition to league registration, each team must register with the club for Spring and Fall seasons. Registration is normally completed at the end of your current season for the upcoming season. For new teams, it is completed when the team is formed.

Managers should collect a nominal deposit from all families to cover the Club, League and Player registration as these are all due weeks before the first practice of the upcoming season.

Due at registration time are a deposit of the first two months coaching fees, $235 per player and Field Usage Fees based on the schedule below.  Please submit your fees directly to the treasurer at the address below. Fill out the Registration Voucher so the treasurer can compute your teams fees or contact her with questions at treasurer@pasoccerclub.org

All PASC Club Payments send to the PASC Treasurer: Lynette Philippe, 4360 Silva Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306

Field Fees:

The club currently uses a flat rate for fields each Spring and Fall season as defined below.
Field Fee A: $1,300/season: Premium, usually 3 practices/week, games and scrimmages held primarily on turf, typically an extended season. if team uses more than $1,400, club will bill team for the extra.
Field Fee B: $800/season: Mixed use of turf and grass for games and scrimmages.
Field Fee C: $450/season: Games held on grass fields. These are usually, but not necessarily 8 v 8 teams.

League Registration

League and other event registration is done through GotSoccer.com and an account exists for each team within our club. All staff (Coach, Manager, Registrar, Scheduler) from a team will share the login credentials for the team account. If you don’t have the credentials, please send email to registrar@pasoccerclub.org and note which team you are with. Click here for a guide to GotSoccer Login & Roster Management.

Which league should my team play in?

Ask your coach which playing league(s) s/he wants the team to play in. See Leagues and Descriptions at the bottom of the page.

League Registration starts in late December (Spring) and late May (Fall) and close after approximately 2 months. Exact deadlines are listed on the calendar and on the CCSL, NorCal and Redwood Soccer websites listed below.

Here is a quick reference for 2016 Fall league registration pages. Click the link in the first column to go directly to the registration page.
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CCSL (all ages) Register,”July 11, 2016″ Details
NorCal u8-u10 Register,”mid-July” Details
NorCal u11-u13 Register,”July 8, 2016″ Details
NorCal u14-u19 Register,”July 8, 2016″ Details
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Player & Staff Registration

After you complete your team registration, it is time to register Players and staff. The registrations are done electronically through GotSoccer.com (CalNorth) and Kyck.com (US Club Soccer) and need to be completed in time to have the passes for staff and players back and laminated before the teams first match of the season.

For Staff registration, please go to the new Staff Registration page.

Player registration may be completed after you register to play in the League. Please go to the new Player Registration page.

Leagues and Descriptions

Several factors will affect the decision of which league to play, including: coach’s schedule, your team playing level, family commitment level, and level of competition offered by playing leagues at your age group.
CalNorth Cal Soccer League (CCSL)
CCSL is administered through California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA or CY).CCSL is still occasionally nicknamed CYSA or CY. Until recently, most competitive Club teams in the area played CCSL. Our local CCSL Registration League is Redwood Junior Soccer League (RWL), in District 2, which covers the Peninsula region. Within CCSL, there are different divisions, including State Premier (the highest ranked teams); Bay Region, which includes Gold and Silver Elite; and Coast for more local play of Silver, Bronze, and Copper level teams.

California Regional League (CRL)
CRL is sanctioned by CYSA and includes the top teams from Northern California across all districts. The league also hosts showcases where teams from Northern California and Southern California come together for multiday events. Their new website can be seen at http://www.californiaregionalleague.com/

NorCal Premier Soccer (NorCal)
NorCal sanctioned through U.S. Club Soccer, has emerged as an alternative to CCSL, and playing in NorCal has become a more popular option. As in CCSL, there are different divisions depending on level of play, including the National Premier League (previously Regional Academy League) for elite U14 and older teams.

National Premier League (NPL)
The NorCal NPL serves as the National Premier Leagues (NPL) Division of the NorCal Premier League. The NorCal NPL Division is one of 19 leagues across the United States that are part of the NPL, which has been created to provide a national developmental platform with the highest level of competition in given geographic areas, and to elevate and change the competitive youth soccer landscape based upon fundamental principles in US Club Soccer’s 10-year vision. The champions of each NPL (including the NorCal NPL) are awarded a spot in the US Club National Premier League Champions Cup. For more information on the NPL, please visit NationalPremierLeagues.com.

Soccer Related Websites & Systems

Most systems will require that you have a personal account to login. The exception is the TEAM account for GotSoccer.com which is a shared account for use by all team staff. Accounts will be setup for staff after they complete the New Team Staff form.
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Team Snap,”Communications and Calendar tool for the Club and Teams”
US Club Soccer,”National Governing Organization, staff background checks”
Kyck.com,”US Club Soccer’s registration system: teams, players and staff”
NorCal Premier Soccer,”NorCal Premier website and registration system. Note: as of Fall 2015, all registration is moving to GotSoccer.com
NPL,”National Premier League hosted by NorCal Premier Soccer”
Cal North,”California Youth Soccer Association for Northern California, governs CCSL and CRL leagues”
CCSL,”Calnorth Cal Soccer League sanctioned by CYSA (aka CalNorth)”
CRL,”California Regional League hosted by CalNorth”
Redwood Soccer,”Regional Registration for CYSA (aka CalNorth) and Field Reservation system”
GotSoccer.com,”online registration system for leagues and tournaments”
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