Southeast Volusia Soccer Club Inc. (SVC) Fall 2009/2010
1 We were incorporated on January 24, 2001 a Not For Profit Corporation founded by Neil Rohan.
2 We manage the New Smyrna Beach recreational soccer program. "Recreation League"
3 We manage the New Smyrna Beach competitive soccer program. "Competitive League"
4 All player applications are submitted at New Smyrna Beach Parks & Rec. 1000 Oak St. NSB. 386-424-2175
5 The SVC is affiliated with the Florida Youth Soccer Association. (FYSA) .
6 All players are registered with the FYSA, our geographical region is B-2.
7 Recreational players play "in-house" at the Sports Complex (No Traveling)
8 Recreational games are generally held during the week
9 All games U-9 and up are officiated by referees certified by the FYSA.
10 No one is allowed on player bench or sideline except (2) coaches with FYSA member I.D.
11 Competitive teams play in the Greater Central Florida Soccer League. (GCF)
12 Half of the competitive games are played at NSB Sports Complex, the other half of the games are played in other cities. (45 min.)
13 Competitive games are on Saturdays. Games on Sundays occur due to schedule conflicts or make-up games.
14 Competitive schedules can be found at www.gcfsoccer.com on the internet.
15 Competitive league standings can be found at www.scoreline.net (You need a volunteer to enter your club information)
16 Competitive team coaches are encouraged to become "E" class certified through the (FYSA).
17 Maximum players per team: U-12 and above = 18,
18 It will be up to the referee to play if raining, the day of, or during a match.
19 A National criminal background check is done on all coaches through the (FYSA).
20 A character background check is done on all coaches and volunteers by the (SVC).
21 September starts a new year, there are two seasons in one year, (fall and spring).
22 Fall season runs September through November, Spring season runs March through May.
23 If your child's birthday is between August 1, 1999 - July 31, 2000 he or she would play on a U-10 team.
If your child's birthday is between August 1, 1998 - July 31, 1999 he or she would play on a U-11 team.
If your child's birthday is between August 1, 1997 - July 31, 1998 he or she would play on a U-12 team.
If your child for example, is 10 years old and there is not a U-10 team available, he or she can (play-up) on an older team .
as long as it is approved by SVC & FYSA staff
24 There are three divisions in the competitive league, A = Premier B = Competitive C = Recreation
25 You will notice a three digit number after SVC, here is what the numbers mean for a Girls team: The 1st # is the age of the players,
The 2nd # is their division status ie; (1) = State Cup, (3) = Regional Cup, (7) = Completive, (8&9) = Rec,
The 3rd # is the number of teams that exist in that same age group in our club.
Here is what the numbers mean for a Boys team: The 1 st # is the age of the players, The 2nd # is the division status ie; (0) = state cup,
(2) = regional cup, (4) = completive, (5&6) = Rec. The 3rd # is the number of teams that exist in that same age group in our club.
26 Excess accidental medical coverage is automatically provided to all of our players. The policy provides coverage for registered players
at sanctioned events, including regularly scheduled practices and games. There is a $1000 deductible on each claim.
The insurance company will pay 80% of the eligible amount after the deductible has been applied. The claimant is responsible for the
other 20% of the next $10,000 to a max out of pocket cost of $3000 per injury. Coverage's/Benefits: Accidental-medical
$50,000 Max. Accidental Death $10,000 principal sum;
27 Our district commissioner FYSA (DC) is Bob Cruz, 386-860-2500 Our Assistant (ADC) is Mark Herwald, 386-428-7263
28 Anyone wanting to be a referee call one of the persons listed below.
29 We except used equipment donations i.e.: shoes, shin guards, balls, field equipment etc. Call 386-428-7263
GUIDELINE TO VOLUNTEER DUTIES
DUTIES MAY CHANGE WITH CIRCUMSTANCES
Ensure titled personel are activated
Answer general information
Direct Club, GCF, FYSA questions
Monotor FYSA website
Monotor GCF website
GCF declaration of teams
Secretary and Assistant
Rec Activities Coordinator
Draft / Tryouts
Taking pictures of players
Posses player passes
Printing team roster form
Download forms from FYSA site
Water at games
Medical supplies & equipment
Re-scheduling home games
Posting your score
Scoreboard controls & lights
Holding team meetings
Organizing for tournaments
Filling out all player forms
Filling out all coaches forms
Medical release form
Code of ethics form
Guest player form
Red card history report
Insurance injury claim form
Registrar and Assistant
Record player information
Access to FYSA secure website
Uploading data to FYSA database
Process player registration form
Process coach registration form
Process birth certificates
Mailing fees to FYSA fees
Mailing documents to FYSA
Print player passes (competitive)
Process transfer forms
Process dual roster forms
Process red card & passes
FYSA affiliation form
Interview all Coaches
Player draft involvement
Hold clinic for Rec coaches
Onsite help at Rec practices
Distribute Coaches manuals
Ref. Assigner and Assistant
Interview all Referees
Assign Referees to all games
Pay Referees for Rec games
Host FYSA Referee clinic
Uniform and Equip. Buyer
Field Marshal Supervisor
PA system announcements
Unlocking / locking gates
Sponsorship Committee Chair
Coordinate Sponsor requests
Advertising Committee Chair
SVC liaison to City