RANCHO SANTA FE — Rancho Santa Fe Youth Soccer is ready to begin registration for is fall season from 9 a.m. to noon April 2 at Solana Santa Fe School, 6570 El Apajo.
New players to the program must bring a copy of their birth certificate or passport to verify their age. The registration fee is $300 and is inclusive of uniforms, insurance equipment, referee fees, team/individual photos, and field rental. The fee for the Pee Wee program is $200.
Online registration forms are available for those who would like the convenience of completing the paperwork at home. If you choose to register your player online, you can pay by credit card or e-check. Log on to rsfsoccer.com and click on Academy to begin the process. Players can also sign up for the spring break and summer camps at that time. For more information on the camps, click on Camps & Clinics. Be sure to print out the paper work and bring it to the April 2 walk-in registration. This will also be the only day the organization will accept coach and team requests.
Rancho Santa Fe Youth Soccer is a nonprofit volunteer run organization and each year it relies on volunteers to donate time as a coach, assistant coach or sponsor to keep the league running. This season, it is creating age group coordinator positions to help in organizing the teams for the different divisions. Anyone interested in volunteering for one of these positions, or as a coach or assistant coach, contact the office at (760) 479-1500.
Sponsors are also being sought for the league’s programs. Academy Sponsorship packages start at $450 and include the sponsor’s name on the team jerseys and a listing on the website. More information about sponsorships is on the website at rsfsoccer.com under Sponsors.
For more information on the Academy Program or about volunteering or sponsoring a team, go online to rsfsoccer.com or call the office at (760) 479-1500.
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