FAQ’S

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

What are the 2018 registration fees?:

Registration fees until April 1st are:

Under 5 and Under 7:  $75.oo  (Rates will increase to $100 on April 2nd)

Under 10, Under 12, Under 14 and Under 18: $100.00  (Rates will increase to $130 on April 2nd)

Registration fees will increase after April 1st.

 When does the season start?

U5 – Saturday, May 26@ 9:00 a.m.  *8 week season ends July 21st (no games on Canada Day weekend)

U7 –  Saturday, May 26 @ 9:00 a.m.  *8 week season ends July 21st (no games on Canada Day weekend)

U10 – Saturday, May 26@ 10:15 a.m.  * 10 week season ends August 11th (no games on long weekends)

U12 Mixed – Friday, June 1 @ 6:00 p.m.  *10 week season ends August 3rd

U14 Mixed: Wednesday, May 30 @ 6:00 p.m.  *10 week season ends August 1st

U18 Mixed:  Monday, May 28 @ 6:00 p.m.  *10 week season ends August 6th

When does the Season End?

For the Under 5 and Under 7 Divisions, the club holds a special FUN DAY after the games.  The kids will participate in fun games, a bouncy castle, and a water spray from the Fire Department!

The U10 and up divisions will hold a Cup Day on the final weekend of the season tentatively August 11 &12th.

 What equipment do parents supply for their children?

Parents provide cleats and shin guards for their children; BSCI will provide shorts, soccer socks and a soccer jersey for the players.

When will my child hear from his/her coach?

All players in each division will be contacted by their coach THE WEEK PRIOR TO THEIR FIRST DAY.  If for some reason you do not get a phone call, don’t worry! Just arrive on the first day and we will direct your child to his/her coach.

What field does my child play on?

Click here for a Map of the Brockville Soccer fields.    

Children in the Under 5 division will always play on the MICRO fields. These are located in the southernmost fields.  Cross over the walking bridge, turn right and walk all the way up the path. The MICRO fields are the little fields on the left hand side.

Children in the Under 7, Under 10, and Under 12  divisions will always play on M1 or M2. Please check the website and the white board outside the building for locations each week.

Players in the U14 and U18 division will either player on M1, M2, M3 or M4. Please check the website and the white board outside the building for locations each week.

Do parents stay for the soccer games?

Although it is not required,  most parents stay to watch their children play soccer.

Are games held every week, including holidays?

Yes, games are held every week including holidays.  In the event of extreme heat alerts, thunderstorms or severe weather, your child’s game could be cancelled.  If you are not sure, please visit the Brockville Soccer Club website Homepage for game cancellations.

Are soccer games ever cancelled?  If so, how can I find out if my child’s soccer game is cancelled?

Yes, in the event of extreme heat alerts, thunderstorms or severe weather, your child’s game could be cancelled.  If you are not sure, please visit the Brockville Soccer Club website Homepage for game cancellations.

What criteria do you use to determine if it is safe to be out on the field when there is thunder and lightning?

We use the 30-30 Lightning Rule to determine the threat of lightning in our area.

Count seconds between seeing lightning and hearing thunder.  If this is less than 30 seconds clear the field and seek shelter immediately.  Lightning is a potential threat.

Wait 30 minutes before leaving shelter after the last lightning flash followed by thunder within 30 seconds or less.  Half of all lightning deaths occur after a storm has passed.  Stay in a safe area until you are sure the threat has passed.

Example:  Lightning strikes at 5:25 p.m. and is followed by thunder after 20 seconds: GAME DELAYED until 5:55 p.m.

Lightning strikes AGAIN at 5:35 p.m. followed by thunder after 40 seconds: GAME DELAY MAINTAINED until 5:55 p.m.

Lightning strikes at 5:45 p.m. followed by thunder after 25 seconds: NEW GAME DELAY until 6:15 p.m.

*Coaches and referees may choose to keep delaying games until there is no longer a threat of lightning in our area OR plan to reschedule if the storm appears to be of long duration, the game delays will affect night visibility or the game delays will affect later scheduled games.