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Spring Registration for 2023 is now OPEN!

North Clackamas Soccer Club

Fall 2022 registration is now closed


Mini Soccer (1st and 2nd grade)

Fall Registration fee: $95

Teams will be created as coaches become available. Players will be assigned to teams as teams are created. We will do our best to accommodate any request but we cannot guarantee any specific team placements.

Soccer camp August 15–18th, FREE with paid registration

Players should be hearing from their coaches late August.

1st graders: Practices begin September 7, 2022
1st graders will have practices and games Mondays and Wednesdays
The last day of the season is October 26, 2022

2nd gradersPractices begin September 8, 2022
2nd graders will have practices and games Tuesdays and Thursdays
The last day of the season is October 27, 2022


All practices and games are at Bilquist Elementary

Scholarships are available, inquire at [email protected].


*Price does not include jerseys.  
Jerseys will need to be purchased separately through: 
Tursi Soccer

North Clackamas Soccer Club refund policy.
All refunds are at sole discretion of North Clackamas Soccer Club. Due to operational costs and fees paid to others by NCSC some or all registration fees may or may not be refunded.

Once registration has been accepted and payment processed $20.00 of the total paid is non-refundable.
Once games begin, registration fee is then non-refundable.
All refunds are subject to approval by the NCSC board.  
Please submit all refund requests to: [email protected]com

Having trouble registering? 
Call 800-869-3921
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm PT
Saturday and Sunday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm PT

North Clackamas Soccer Club Players, NCSC Uniform is required for fall league play.  Players are responsible for paying jersey and equipment fees to Tursi. Players are required to have two Jerseys, one green and one white. You are also required to have a pair of black shorts and a pair of black socks. Tursi has set up a web page for ordering or you can go into a Tursi location and order your gear.  Players will keep their jerseys at the end of the season which can be used in later seasons.

Registration will stay open until space is full!

For families that have multiple children in the North Clackamas Soccer Club Program:

  • 2nd Child - $10 discount on recreational fee
  • 3rd Child - $10 discount on recreational fee
  • 4+ Child - $1 discount on recreational fee

 

All players must be paid in full to be rostered to a team. Payment plans and scholarships are available, please contact our registrar at [email protected] for options.

 

Players will be assigned to teams in the order they register.

Additional teams will be created as coaches become available and players will be assigned to teams as teams are created.


 

1st Grade Mini Soccer Rules

Updated September 2022

Philosophy: At this age level our main goal is to get each child as many touches on the ball as possible. We want each player to become comfortable handling the ball, kicking the ball, passing the ball and interacting with the ball.
 Our games are structured to reduce the amount of time the ball is “out of play” and down time in the games. Soccer is a game of skill and as with any skilled game, the only way to improve is to get more touches on the ball. So think touches, touches, touches, touches.

Team Size: 4 players vs. 4players

Practices and Games: 5:30-6:30pm on Monday & Wednesday evenings. NO ADDITIONAL PRACTICES ALLOWED

Length of Game: Four 12 minute quarters - With 3 minute breaks between each quarter

Length of Field: The entire length of the field will be used with one goal placed on each end line.

Substitutions: Substitutions are allowed at any dead ball (Out of bounds or whistle). Unlimited substitutions are allowed when ball is out of play or a goal is scored.

Referee: Coaches referee the games, explaining infractions to players as they occur. Coaches will discuss any of the following issues with the players.
 (a.) Playing the ball with the hand(s) - handball.
 (b.) Pushing an opponent.
 (c.) Holding an opponent.
 (d.) Kicking or attempting to kick an opponent.
 (e.) Tripping an opponent.
 (f.) Out of Bounds - how and where to put the ball back into play.
 
Throw-in: Coach will explain the proper technique and one re-throw is allowed. After the second attempted throw-in, just allow play to continue regardless of the quality of the throw-in. We do not want long stoppages in the game.

Goal Kick: We will not use goal kicks at this age level. Please try to keep the ball in bounds or let them play as long as possible and getting them as many touches on the ball as possible. Ball will be thrown in from the sideline, not the baseline.

Offside: No Offside will be called at this age level.

Goalies: We will not use goalies at this age level. No “guarding of the goal” will be allowed at this age level. At this age we do not use a goalie because we want all kids to get as many touches on the ball as possible. A child playing goalie would only get limited touches during the game.

Uniforms: Jerseys will be purchased through Tursi. One white jersey and one green jersey will need to be purchased. Players will need to provide their own shin guards and cleats.

Score: We do not keep score at this age level, however if one team is clearly scoring more, please be respectful of the other team.

Soccer Balls: We use size 3 soccer balls at this age.

Equipment: Each coach will be provided with a first aid kit, cones, pinnies and soccer balls. Pugg goals are in the green container at the field. Please put the goals back before leaving the field.

Parent Volunteers: We strongly encourage parents to help. However any parent working on the field with children must have a background check and have SafeSport & Concussion certified trainings.





2nd Grade Mini Soccer Rules

Updated September 2022

Philosophy: At this age level our main goal is to get each child as many touches on the ball as possible. We want each player to become comfortable handling the ball, kicking the ball, passing the ball and interacting with the ball.
 At this age we will begin to include a few of the official ruses of the game to help the kids make a smooth transition to the 3rd grade age level. Some of the changes you will see are the use of kick off, goal kicks and corner kicks.
Soccer is a game of skill and as with any skilled game, the only way to improve is to get more touches on the ball. So think touches, touches, touches, touches.

Team Size: 4 players vs. 4players

Practices and Games: 5:30-6:30pm on Tuesday & Thursday  evenings. NO ADDITIONAL PRACTICES ALLOWED

Length of Game: Two 25 minute halves with a 5 minute break between each half.

Length of Field: The entire length of the field will be used with one goal placed on each end line.

Substitutions: Substitutions are allowed at any dead ball (Out of bounds or whistle). Unlimited substitutions are allowed when ball is out of play or a goal is scored.

Referee: Coaches referee the games, explaining infractions to players as they occur. Coaches will discuss any of the following issues with the players.
 (a.) Playing the ball with the hand(s) - handball.
 (b.) Pushing an opponent.
 (c.) Holding an opponent.
 (d.) Kicking or attempting to kick an opponent.
 (e.) Tripping an opponent.
 (f.) Out of Bounds - how and where to put the ball back into play.

Kick-Offs: Kick-offs are used to start the game and to start the second half of the game (teams switch sides at the second half). A kick-off is taken after a goal is scored by either team.
 When having a kick-off the ball must go forward one full rotation. The initial movement of the ball must be in the forward direction. The same player that kicks off the ball cannot play the ball again until it is touched by another player. The opposing team must stay outside the middle circle until the ball crosses the line.
 
Throw-in: Coach will explain the proper technique and one re-throw is allowed. After the second attempted throw-in, just allow play to continue regardless of the quality of the throw-in. We do not want long stoppages in the game.

Goal Kick: These will happen when the offensive team is the last to touch the ball before it crosses the end line. Goal kicks may be taken from any point on the goal box line. The opposing team must stand approximately 5 yards away from the ball.

Offside: No Offside will be called at this age level.

Goalies: We will not use goalies at this age level. No “guarding of the goal” will be allowed at this age level. At this age we do not use a goalie because we want all kids to get as many touches on the ball as possible. A child playing goalie would only get limited touches during the game.

Uniforms: Jerseys will be purchased through Tursi. One white jersey and one green jersey will need to be purchased. Players will need to provide their own shin guards and cleats.

Score: We do not keep score at this age level, however if one team is clearly scoring more, please be respectful of the other team.

Soccer Balls: We use size 3 soccer balls at this age.

Equipment: Each coach will be provided with a first aid kit, cones, pinnies and soccer balls. Pugg goals are in the green container at the field. Please put the goals back before leaving the field.

Parent Volunteers: We strongly encourage parents to help. However any parent working on the field with children must have a background check and have SafeSport & Concussion certified trainings.

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P.O. Box 68884
Oak Grove, OR 97268

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P.O. Box 68884 
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