Current Session Info

Munchkins 2014/15

Registration closes in 2 days


Challenger Soccer 2014/15

Registration closes in 4 days

For children with special needs.

There is no fee for registration.


Tryouts 2015/2016

Getting Help

If you need help with the registration process, click here to submit a request, or contact:

For assistance with Challenger Soccer,
contact Richard Rebetti

For assistance with Registration,
contact Heather Waschitz

For more information, visit the Albertson Soccer Club website at http://www.albertsonsoccer.com

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ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

Welcome

All players must be registered online. There will be a LIMITED number of NEED-BASED scholarships available. If you will be submitting a Scholarship Request Form and you subsequently receive a scholarship, you will have your money promptly refunded.

 

There is no fee for Challenger Soccer

(For Children With Special Needs)

 

 

Munchkin, Intramural & Developmental
Fee Structure

$225.00 per player
Additional siblings - $25.00 discount per player

 

  

Travel Fee Structure

Tier 1 - Any NON Premier / Academy/ Fury team training package - $335.00 per player
Tier 2 - Any Premier / Academy/ Fury team training package - $360.00 per player
Additional siblings - $50.00 discount per player

Any player not paid will not be registered and they will not receive a player pass.

 

Important

It is very important that once you REGISTER your child(ren), you must complete the registration process by CHECKING OUT. If you do not CHECK OUT and make payment, you will not be registered.

All payments must be made online by credit card only. No checks will be accepted.

 

Mission Statement

The Albertson Soccer Club has set a mission to provide children with a positive soccer experience, which incorporates the development of good skills, team participation and fun. By playing on an Albertson intramural team, it is hoped each child will develop self-confidence, appreciate team cooperation, and respect teammates, opposing players, coaches and referees. Children should learn to value the ability to win and lose graciously. "Growth through Good Sportsmanship" is the "life lesson" we hope to impart to our players - a lesson which can only be taught by the behavior of all participants, coaches, referees, parents and other spectators.

 

Disclaimer

Neither this material nor the contents hereof are endorsed by or distributed under the auspices of school authorities.