Welcome to the Royse City Soccer Association
Whether you are new to the association or a veteran, this is your page for everything you need to know about the Association.
Have a question? Check here first for all the most frequently asked questions such as cost, uniform, equipment, team selection, awards, policies, etc., click below.
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When is our game? You can find your team schedule on the main menu under "Youth Schedule". U4 - U8 is played solely at Fox. U10 travels between Fox and Caddo fields. U12 and up interleagues with Caddo, Greenville, Rowlett and Mesquite.
Where are the fields??? Click here for directions to Fox Fields, Rowlett, Greenville and Caddo Mills fields. A map of the corporate sponsored fields at Fox is posted at the concession stand.
Is our game cancelled? Rainout is a valuable tool. When you register your cell number, the Association can automatically text you on any rainout or game cancellations as well as any news that needs your immediate attention. Click below to register.
What's new and exciting?? Always check the website for the latest news and information. If you have a Facebook and/or Twitter account, "like" us for up to the minute news. You can find the links on the Home page.
Feedback - We value your input. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or you can select an Board Member or Commissioner directly through our Contact Info page. Click Here
Code of Conduct. Even parents have rules. So to ensure a pleasant and safe experience for everyone, RCSA in connection with North Texas Soccer, has provided the following Parent's Rules of Conduct.
PARENT'S CODE OF CONDUCT
11.2 NTSSA Parent's Code of Conduct
1. Children have more need for example than for criticism. Attempt to relieve the pressure of the competition, not increase it. A child is easily affected by outside influences.
2. Be kind to your child's coach and officials. The coach is a volunteer, giving of personal time and money to provide a recreational activity for your child.
3. The opponents are necessary friends; without them your child could not participate.
4. Applaud good plays by your team and by members of the opposing team.
5.Do not openly question an official's judgment and honesty. Officials are symbols of fair play, integrity, and sportsmanship.
6. Accept the results of each game. Encourage your child to be gracious in victory, and to turn defeat into victory by working towards improvement.
7. Remember your child is involved in organized sports for their enjoyment, NOT YOURS!
8. Encourage your child to always play by the rules.
9. Teach your child that honest effort is as important as victory so that the result of each game is accepted without undue disappointment.