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ESTABLISHED IN 2002 U12 Boys Team Spring 2008 Booklet U12 Boys Spring 2008 Head Coach :Juanjo Carmona, email@example.com, 853-1683 Assistant Coach: Kent Barr, 841-2148 Pro-Coach and Goal-Keeper Coach: Angel Benito, 440-7867 Team Manager: Juanjo Carmona Team Treasurer: Susan Velikoff, 331-3534 Club Manager: Susan Velikoff, 331-3534 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Head Coach Note................................................................................................... 3 2. Players update ....................................................................................................... 4 3. Club Update........................................................................................................... 5 4. Real Boise Levels of Training .............................................................................. 6 5. U12/U13: Real Boise Level 1 Training Program ................................................ 7 6. ODP Program ........................................................................................................ 9 7. Team Building Camp ............................................................................................ 9 8. Some notes about Practices ................................................................................ 10 9. Playing Time ........................................................................................................ 11 10. Other Playing Opportunities ......................................................................... 11 11. Playing other Sports ....................................................................................... 12 12. Expected Conduct ........................................................................................... 12 13. U12B Coaches´ Biographies ........................................................................... 13 14. Program Costs for the year 2007/2008 .......................................................... 15 15. Payment Schedule for year 2007/2008 .......................................................... 20 16. Scholarships and Volunteering ...................................................................... 20 17. Fundraisers ...................................................................................................... 21 APPENDIX .................................................................................................................. 22 U12/U13 Boys Roster .................................................................................................. 30 Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 2 1. Head Coach Note It is time once more to pull the boots out of the closet and start getting ready for Spring soccer! In this coming outdoor season, tremendous challenges await us. After futsal training and indoor soccer games, starting the second weekend of March, we will be playing up one more time, competing in the Division I of the U13 District III league after having earned automatic promotion last season by winning all of our league games very forcefully (scoring 54 goals and only receiving 10 !!) and with great play: This high level play was also displayed in the Las Vegas Mayor’s Cup last October, where we achieved our first victory ever on Nevada soil and were close to achieving the semifinal round. One of our goals will be to compete out of state in a tournament (TBD) right before State Cup . This is to get ready for State Cup (U13) on May 24-26 in Coeur d’Alene. Finally we will culminate our season participating in the US Club Regionals (U12) event in Boise during the first week of July. I have no doubt that we are equipped to confront the challenges of playing older, stronger, skillful teams in our regular season and State Cup. We have both very talented players and a sound, calculated training program that, among other important aspects, (1) persists on training the principles of soccer through small sided games, (2) always attends to the repetitive but fruitful work of technical training, and (3) inculcates the necessity for a suitable strength program. In addition, we all need, more than ever, to pull together our forces in the tough moments such as when we play the top U13 teams in the state. Along with the coaching staff, you parents can become mental trainers to lift and encourage our magnificent players, whether before the game at the kitchen table or after a match in the car on your way home. Paraphrasing the words of William Ward, adversity causes some people to break, but it will make us eventually break records. This is the challenging season that we were waiting for. These are the challenges we all designed together to make our team ready to compete in 2009 for our first State Championship in our age bracket and to demonstrate how the game can be played cleanly, beautifully, effectively and passionately. As I said last fall, as we grow as a team, players must continue to be truly committed to training together with a collective sense of “team”. Our training philosophy is to emphasize creativity, improvisation, and as I mentioned earlier, technique, dynamic play, and methodology to improve flexibility, speed, and agility. Last season we started introducing jumping and landing exercises in addition to the ongoing running and cutting technique exercises and executing the strength Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 3 program, to which players must be committed to following through at home if they truly desire to reach maximum potential among this collectivity. To be an exciting player working overtime is a must. I need you to continue helping me in re- emphasizing and ensuring that players understand why we do the things we do, why watching their monthly game is adding to their understanding , why doing their speed work will pay dividends and why the work and sacrifice translates not only to soccer but to their lives. In closing, I know game day is always a fun event we all look forward to throughout the week. It is where our young athletes let loose their creativity and their abilities. It is the day they weave a complex spider web of passes with a purpose. It is the time to perform moves of elegant execution, to create pathways through seemingly impenetrable spaces, and it is the moment to fulminate the best defended goals with laser guided shots. Our players will leave an imprinted mark in the eyes of spectators and opponents, letting them know that with appropriate skills, individual decision making, and collective sacrifice the whole experience acquires a different dimension. I look forward to working hand in hand with the kids. Hasta pronto! 2. Players update A complete team roster is attached at the end of the document to give you an opportunity to update your last season contact information. Our Current Player Constellation (15): Tyler Allumbaugh, Tyler Barr, Juanjo Carmona-deVille, Joshua Dewitt, Robert Langley, Jeffrey Letsinger, Reagan Phillips, Akil Pleas-Atkinson, Elvis Sacirovic, Mursal Hamadi, Kevin Valencia, Armin Mandal, Keaton Grimes (returning), Kevin Brandecker (new), Eric Walton (new). Player Updates: I am very happy to announce that Keaton after a year of being involved with Track and American football, he is returning to our team! We all remember this high level impact player! The coaching staff is so excited about having him back! Also, we have added two new players: Kevin Brandecker: Former Idaho Rush player. I coached Kevin in U11 competitive soccer in 2005 in Genesis, and he is not only a very decisive player up top but a very versatile one to have. His sister Kirsten plays in our U11 girls team. Welcome! Eric Walton: Just moved from California. A key player on his former team, he possesses great foot skills and decision making. Welcome to Idaho and to our club! We also hope to incorporate Benjamin, a very promising African player. More news to come. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 4 3. Club Update In regards to our U11 girls, we must highlight the tremendous league campaign by Bob Tikker’s team last fall. They earned a perfect 9-0-0 record, scoring 46 goals and only receiving 11! What an amazing season! Also congratulations to Bob in obtaining his “E” license last August! Our U17 boys have been working since the beginning of January with Coach Angelo Benito leading the group. I would like to mention that a lot of our U17 players got awards in their High Schools or special mention in the Idaho Statesmen for their contributions in the High School District or State competitions. Congrats to all of them! In the economic arena, I invite you to take a look to the approved fall budget, which is included in appendix A. I also have included the finances of the indoor soccer tournament we organized last summer and how are we using the profits. The Spring budget will be presented in February at the monthly coaches’ meeting, and it will be sent to you as soon as it is approved. If you are interested in participating in this process let us know. Club web site. Angelo Benito has graciously worked on the development of a club website. It is still in its initial stages, but very functional. Check it out at: realboise.blogspot.com Club President. At the last Coaches’ Board Meeting in November, we agreed that we need a president for our club to help with some necessary tasks. Kent Barr has been filling that role meanwhile. If you are interested in running, please communicate so to our club manager Susan Velikoff before Thursday January 31st. We will then vote by Thursday February 7th. The president’s job description was emailed to all of you in early January. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 5 4. Real Boise Levels of Training There are three levels of training options in Real Boise: Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3, which are based on the number of weekly professional training sessions and the number of included camps. Level 1 is the most comprehensive program. During the regular Fall and Spring seasons, 3 sessions per week are conducted by professional coach(es) (coaches who have a national soccer license or equivalent coaching, or former professional players). A summer camp and one futsal camp per season are also included. With the Level 2 program, two weekly training sessions are conducted by professional coaching staff. Two camps are included for teams up to U15 and one camp is included for U16 and up. In Level 3, one professional training session is conducted weekly and a second session is led by the team coach. One camp is included in the program. All three programs include technical training on running and cutting coupled with a comprehensive strength program to improve speed and agility. Indoor soccer game coaching and street soccer programs are also part of the programs. Finally, a weekly Goal Keeping/Shooting session is included in all three programs and open to all club players irregardless of their desire to be a goal keeper in games or not.. What Training Program Level will our team receive? The Real Boise U12 team is the oldest team in the club. This team has developed through out the last 5 years. There are still players on the current team who played on our U7 boys’ team 5 years ago and some others who have been part of it for 3 or 4 last years. We have added only top players to our team, as needed. The team’s great performance through out the years, its fun style of play, the observable positive ambience among players and the great attitude of families during games, have reached the community and as an example of this, two other teams have joined us 2007 (U11 Girls and U17 Boys). Also, clubs have constantly queried us about joining them with this terrific squad. There is no doubt that this team has great potential and I believe it will generate top level players and will feed the ODP (Olympic Development) program as we continue working diligently and with the proven unconditional support of the families. I also have no doubt that this team must be placed on the level 1 training program. Because our U12 team has directly contributed to the addition of the two teams mentioned earlier to our club, the club is offering the same fee structure our U12’s had last year. This is equivalent to the training fees of a team under a level 2 program but receiving the full level 1 training. This is a 33% savings. (See all level programs pricing in Appendix). Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 6 5. U12/U13: Real Boise Level 1 Training Program Note: All training components below are included in club fees (except team entry fees for indoor soccer, which are separate). This is the program the U12-U13 boys will receive. Outdoor training Professional training, three times a week. Monday, Wednesdays and Thursdays at Joplin Elementary (near Centennial HS) usually 5:30PM-7:30PM (exact time to be announced). The outdoor training structure consists of 3 modules: Preparation Module (juggling, flexibility exercises, tricks and fast work, moves), the Technical-Tactical Module, and Playing “The Game” & Assessment Module. Note: For the Fall season we train from the beginning of August until the beginning of November. For the Spring season, we train from Mid February until the first week of June approximately. Futsal Training (Program 1) (Fall) A 4 week skill based program in fast surface to improve technical ability and increase the speed of play. Practices are cut from the 3 outdoor sessions per week to 2 sessions per week. This allows players to participate in other sports. When: Mid November – Mid December. All players should be participating. Note: After this program, players have 5 weeks of vacation as far as training goes. (Vacation: Mid December-3rd week of January). No training is scheduled and participation in indoor soccer games for session 1 once a week is encouraged but it is optional. Indoor Soccer Play (Session 1 and Session 2) In conjunction with the Futsal Training, the team is involved in indoor soccer league play at the Idaho Soccer Center in Meridian. Session 1 games played during the 5 week vacation are optional although we encourage players to come to play some games during that period. We usually have the whole team participating in most games. - Session 1: 8 games. From: 1st or 2nd week of November – To: end of December These games are optional - players can take a break on the weekends for this session. - Session 2: 8 games: From: 2nd week of January – To: end of February. All players should be participating as this is part of our Spring preseason. - Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 7 Futsal Training (Program 2) (Winter) February- A 4 week skill based program in fast surface to improve technical ability and increase the speed of play. Futsal program 2 serves as pre-competitive work in preparation for Spring. Some overlap may occur with outdoor training. All players should be participating. Note: With only 2 training sessions, this allows players to still participate in other sports. Street Fútbol June- After the Spring season concludes, players have the option of participating once a week in this program. Players come to play fun games (fútbol tennis, soccer kick ball, Russian, World Cup, shooting games, 3v3 and 4v4 games and soccer game/futsal). Little instruction, just games! They decide! Regionals Preparation As the team grows in age and gets involved in more meaningful and competitive soccer events, June may become a crucial month in training since participation in USSF or US Club soccer regionals will be one of our key choices as far as tournaments. These events take place in mid June and first week of July respectively. Real Boise Summer Camp August (1st or 2nd week of August). This is our Club Fall pre-season camp. Program varies from year to year but it is tightly coupled with the Coerver Coaching philosophy. Running and Cutting Technique training and Strength training The ability to run faster and make quicker cuts can be improved. In fact, a player’s straight ahead speed and agility can be improved with minimal work by targeting the muscles and joints specifically involved in these actions. We will continue working on a variety of specialized strength and flexibility exercises that are specific to running and cutting. As a positive side effect, the jumping and kicking ability will also be improved since many of the muscles and joints involved are the same. As I mentioned earlier, last season we worked on exercises on running, cutting, jumping and landing technique which will continue this season at a higher degree. This coupled with the strength program should have maximum benefits. Watching Professional Soccer According to Yessis, “ Upon viewing a clear demonstration, physiological changes occur in the body, especially if you have been concentrating on the presentation. As the action is viewed, impulses are automatically sent from the brain to the muscles involved in executing the movement. These are very subtle signals that do not result in movement. But the activation of the Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 8 proper brain centers together with the signals going to the muscles begin. This is how you can learn the rudiments of a skill simply form watching an athlete play.” Periodic watching of pro-soccer games by players at home will be one of the things I will ask players to do. They will fill a game evaluation sheet for the coaches. Goal Keeping Training The club provides 1 day a week of Goal Keeping training for our teams. Topics include: The 10 guiding principles of Goalkeeping: Hand work, Body shape, ever-ready consideration, staying on your feet, secondary cover, set consideration, reaction factor, recovery, decision/communication and organization, and first attacker. Also, other concepts will be trained: Near Post considerations, Penalties, Cross Ball situations, Defending at set plays, Back pass rule. Attendance to these sessions does not imply players will be placed in goal during games. We believe getting trained as a goalkeeper will make our players more insightful in other positions. Also, players who want to get extra shooting training are encouraged to attend. Spring 08´ Goal Keeping Training Schedule: TBD 6. ODP Program We encourage all our players to try out for the Olympic Development Program (administered by IYSA). Entry year is 1995 but our 1996 players are welcome and have a great chance. Two of our players are already in the state pool. Last year we had several of our players making it to the state pool even so they were double year or single year play ups! Please go to: http://www.idahoyouthsoccer.org/frameset.php Click on ODP and find complete program information, including cost, and the try out registration form. Also see next session in which players can try out (in February 08´). 7. Team Building Camp Note: Not included in training fees but minimal cost. (included on “Miscellaneous Fees”) Besides the three camps included in the program, we are planning to do a YMCA low ropes course for team building sometime in May, before state cup since we did not do it neither in August nor October. This is a “low ropes” challenge experience customized to our soccer team to motivate, challenge and reinforce values and lessons outside the soccer field that will transfer to our team dynamics in the field. While working for Boise Schools, I took two groups of my students from Riverglen Junior High to this camp twice and I feel it is a very good camp for the benefit of our players and soccer team. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 9 At the individual level it will help to overcome obstacles and to increase healthy self-steam. At the group level, it will help to further develop trust, increase communication, improve listening skills, and instill respect and empathy for others. I feel our team is strong on these categories, still this would be a very good experience with great effect at all levels. Cost: $20 or $40 per player depending if we do 1 or 2 days. This is a team camp (participants are only our players). 8. Some notes about Practices We will be practicing at Joplin Elementary School once more. We may use the gym at times during the season as well and we will let you know when that is the case. Weather Considerations We practice in all kind of weather. We have cancelled 1 practice in 5 years due to weather conditions. If lightning is present, we move to a safe covered spot by the South side of the school until meteorological conditions are good, which almost always ends up being the case. If the air pollution is high, we move practice indoors. Permission to use Joplin gym this year is being worked out. A Good Soccer (Inflated) Ball A good soccer ball is one of the bases for your boy to love working individually on technical skills and in sum enjoying soccer. The feel of a good touch on a ball does not have price long term. Look for best rebound characteristics, high quality materials to allow the ball to fly exceptionally and for better touch. I recommend the Adidas Tango Pasadena, Adidas Tango España, or the latest Nike balls some of our players have. Get a discount at the Idaho Soccer Center. In U13, we will use size 5 but if you already have a nice size 4 ball, do not worry. Make sure you have always a pump handy when they use the ball individually and also that they bring the ball inflated to practice (or otherwise come early to use the coaches´ pump). Attendance Only in case of an urgent medical or family issue, missing practice is justified. Have your child call the head coach to let him know. Attendance affects playing time. Clothing Please bring gloves, a hat, a wind breaker, and any other necessary items when it is cold or windy. Also be prepared for very warm conditions during May and June practices. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 10 9. Playing Time Excellent attendance and punctuality, fulfillment of the assigned individual training and maximum effort and concentration is critical to achieve maximum playing time and to be a starter in games. Players are expected to e-mail the head coach in advance when unable to attend a team event. Only in case of an urgent medical or family issue, missing practice is justified. In the case that the issue arises at the last minute, have the player call the head coach to let us know. Attendance affects playing time. This Spring season, we have a larger roster so coaches can make decisions about playing time and having players starting in games based on the following: Excellent attendance and punctuality to all events Communication with the head coach when missing an event or being late Fulfillment of the assigned individual training o Strength/Speed/Agility Program o Watch a soccer game a month Program Maximum effort and concentration Note that being sick during the week and not being fully recovered at game day, may be another reason why a player may not play as much time as usual. This is obviously not a punishment! Team Captain Whereas in professional soccer the team captain is the player who has been the longest in the team, in our team we want to give all players the opportunity to be exposed to that role. However, certain conditions must be met to be a team captain in a given game: Player must know and desire to direct the team warm up during pre-competitive activities at the game. Player must have attended all events that week. Player must be current with assigned individual training. Player must have shown effort, concentration and good performance that week. In important events, those veteran players who are in good standing on the above categories will usually be designed as team captains. 10. Other Playing Opportunities Giving players the opportunity to grow outside the team it is high in the list of the Real Boise priorities. Being a guest player is a great way to get a player outside of their comfort zone and simulate future situations because as players grow with the game, they will be put on these situations more often. It could be in ODP, being a guest player in a tournament, in a camp, trying out for another team, a high school or college team. Players must be prepared to perform in all environments and under different stimuli. Whenever there is no conflict with any of our team´s commitment (ask us if in doubt), we will be happy to help and encourage guest playing. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 11 11. Playing other Sports Playing other sports is important for the development of our athletes because it helps to attain a broad all around foundation. According to Dr Yessis, “By doing this, the muscles, joints and body systems adapt to allow for more effective learning and progress not only in the early years, but even more importantly, in the adult years.” Our coaching staff therefore supports our athletes participating in other sports and we believe this can be done without interfering with the soccer responsibilities of a top competitive team as ours. We also try to incorporate other sports in our training sometimes during the year. This last Fall during Futsal, we have let the boys play basketball for a portion of the session and we had a couple of basketball sessions with Angelo, who is also a basketball coach. Last year, Dan Allumbaugh volunteered his time to do some basketball practices for the team and it was very fun too so we will always be looking to do something similar. Parents and players know that our team is a very competitive team immersed in a very ambitious project of development and competition so commitment is very important to make the team work at the level we desire. What we ask is that incorporation of other sports in the athletes life is done creatively and considering our soccer program. The months of July, November, December and half of the month January are the best times to do this because in some instances we have vacation and in other instances, we cut on training days: (1) July: No soccer activities scheduled (except US Club regionals on first week) (2) 2nd week of November: Team Vacation (3) November 15th – Dec 15th: Only two futsal practices per week are scheduled & weekend games are optional. (4) Dec 15th- Jan 15th : Team Vacation (5) Jan 15th – Feb 15th: Only two futsal practices per week are scheduled plus indoor soccer weekend games. In summary, we encourage participation in other sports, and we believe there is plenty of opportunity to do so and keep soccer as your priority. Work with us the scheduling conflicts with other sports´ events if they arise! 12. Expected Conduct Players and coaches will work together at their fullest potential to enhance the training of both the group and themselves, committing to serve “the game”. In a professional and respectful environment, players will work collectively for the achievement of the team. Parents are encouraged to cheer the team during games but not to give technical or tactical directions to players. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 12 13. U12B Coaches´ Biographies Juanjo Carmona –Head Coach Licensure: USSF “C” National License, NSCAA Regional Diploma, and NSCAA Goalkeeping Level I & Level II Diplomas Playing Experience: College soccer, NSCA Division II University of Denver (Full Scholarship), and Spain. Played in Real Madrid U12 seed team. Club Coaching Experience: 9 years. Spain and Idaho. Currently coaches Real Boise U12B, U11G. Coached Real Boise U16 in Spring 07´. District III ODP staff. Real Boise Director of Coaching. Camp Experience: Director: Coerver Coaching, 2 years (2004, 2005). Real Boise Soccer Camps (2004-2007) Professional: Juanjo currently teaches Computer Science Programming, Mathematics and Spanish at Boise State University. He holds BS in Electrical Engineering (University of Denver) and MS in Computer Science (California State University). Juanjo also worked in 2004-2006 in Boise Schools as a youth mentor with English Language Learners from all over the world. For 12 years and until 2004, he worked as an engineer in a local firm. Miscellaneous: Father of three children currently playing soccer in Boise, two in Real Boise. Kent Barr – Assistant Coach Licensure: will be getting E license in February. Playing experience: played just enough to know how hard it is and how easy it is to get hurt when you get older Club Coaching: I was a part in forming the Real Boise club and have been here coaching since the very beginning. Professional: Graduate of the University of Montana with a degree in Finance and Economics. Participant of the U of M. wrestling and Handball team. Currently a Mortgage Broker, Farmers Insurance agent, and own a property management company. Miscellaneous: I am a father of 2 boys one playing soccer for Real Boise U13. I have been involved in sports all my life. I started playing competitive racquetball at 13 and was a state, regional, and national champion. Switched to Handball in college and also became a state, regional, and national champion. Then I switched to squash winning multiple state titles over the last 15 years. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 13 Angel Benito– Assistant Coach and Goal-Keeping Coach Licensure: Sports Regional Secretary (Barcelona) - Outdoor Soccer Coach, Indoor Soccer Coach, Beginners Level, Regional Basketball Certification U-20 Level.IYSA ¨E¨ License (Feb 2008) Playing Experience: Outdoor Soccer Regional Second Division (U.D. Can Folguera) for 7 seasons. Indoor Soccer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) for 2 seasons. Indoor Soccer (Premier Local Division-Sport Sala Santa Perpetua) for 2 seasons. Southern Idaho Soccer League (Fossils-30) Former player, 5 seasons. BSU - Intramural Indoor Soccer - 2006 Coed Winning Team. Club Coaching Experience: 14 years (Boys and girls, basketball and soccer; Barcelona regional teams, U-12 Boys CYSA--Boise 2004 season, Liberty Elem. 6th Grade Boys Basketball 2007 season, Assistant Coach- Real Boise U16 Spring 2007-season) , Real Boise Goal Keeping Program Director (Fall 2007- ) Miscellaneous: B.S. in Education (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona), Idaho Education Credential; Endorsements in Spanish K-12 and P.E. K-12, Spanish Teacher at Kuna High School for 2007 - 2008. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 14 14. Program Costs for the year 2007/2008 The cost of each of these year’s seasons (Fall 07 and Spring 08) are about the same as last Spring 07 season. IYSA (Idaho Youth Soccer Association) fees will be a little higher due to the move to the U13 league (mainly bigger fields and certified assistant referees). Club fees per season stay the same. In addition, we have projected the total tournament fees costs. Finally, shorts and socks were purchased in Fall and jerseys in Spring. The following information details IYSA fees, Club fees, uniform costs, tournament fees, indoor soccer league fees and miscellaneous expenses. After this section, we present the payment schedule for this year 2007-08. i. IYSA Fees (for U13 teams) These fees will appear in the August 07 and January 08 bills. IYSA Competitive Player Fee and Pass: $38.75 per player/year IYSA District III League Entry: $120 per team/year $10.91 per player/year IYSA Referee Fees : $780 per team/per year). $70.91 per player/year Note: for U13, Assistant Referees are provided, hence higher fees than last year. IYSA Field Usage: $300 per team/per year $27.28 per player/year IYSA Coaches’ registration: $26/per year $ 2.37 per player/year TOTAL IYSA FEES FOR 2007/2008 $150.21 per player/year Note: This is assuming 11 players. Adjustments will be reflected in the June 08 bill. ii. Club Fees These fees are used for training fees, guest pro coaches’ pay, training equipment, coaches´ development, coaches’ apparel, and club management fees. SPRING 08: $400 to be collected in five $80 installments on the 15th of each month, January through May. Some scholarships available. As far as the training fees part and besides the seasonal training (3 nights of pro-coaching each week) and facilitating indoor soccer games, it also includes a Winter Futsal Training camp, the Speed/Agility Program, Goal-Keeping program and Street Fútbol. FALL 07: $400 to be collected in five $80 installments on the 15th of each month, August through December. Some scholarships available. As far as the training fees part and besides the seasonal training (3 nights of pro-coaching each week) and facilitating indoor soccer games, it also includes a Summer Camp, an Autumn Futsal Training Camp, the Speed/Agility Program and Goal-Keeping program. TOTAL TRAINING/CAMPS FEES FOR 2007/2008 (approximately 10 months of training and player development) $800 per player/year Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 15 iii. Uniform Costs All uniforms purchased through the Idaho Soccer Center in Meridian. We will buy uniforms and warm-ups every 2 years. In 2007-08, we are purchasing uniforms. SPRING 08: MENS or YOUTH ONORE JERSEY $38.50 or $35.00 per player depending on size MENS or YOUTH AQUILLA JERSEY $35.00 or $31.50 per player depending on size Real Boise Logo on JERSEYS (2) $8.00 8" NUMBERS ON JERSEYS (2) $8.00 Uniforms Tax (6%) $5.37 or $4.95 per player depending on size Total Spring $94.87 or $87.45 FALL 07: (total billed to club: $746.66) White Adidas Valiente Short $16.10 per player Black Adidas Valiente Short $16.10 per player White Adidas NCAA Elite Cooling Sock $10.50 per player Black Adidas NCAA Elite Cooling Sock $10.50 per player Logo Printing $14.22 per player Tax (6%) $ 4.05 per player Total Fall $71.46 per player Logo Printing Adjustment ($3.58 was credited in Dec 07) TOTAL REQUIRED UNIFORM ITEMS FOR 2007/2008 $162.75 or $155.33 per player/year Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 16 iv. Tournament Fees These are the entry fees charged by the tournaments. For most of the tournaments, we will be competing on the U12 bracket. This list of tournaments is tentative and will be discussed with parents in late January 08. In bold, I have signaled the minimum set recommended. SPRING 08 Futsal Northwest Regionals (February 16-18th), Meridian, ID $425 per team (Opt. Event) Performance Cup (April 12,13th), Boise, ID $525 per team Les Bois Invitational (May 10,11th), Boise, ID $400 per team (doubtful) Out of State Tournament (preferable on May 17,18th) $500 per team President’s Cup (May 17th,18 ), Twin Falls, ID th $475 per team IYSA STATE CUP and USSF REGIONALS $550 per team (State Cup) o WEEK 1 (May 24-26th), Coeur d´Alene, ID (group play, round robin) o WEEK 2 (May 31, June1), Boise, ID (semi-finals and finals) o USSF Region IV Regionals, (June 16-22), Honolulu, Hawaii (only State Cup Champs) Les Bois Cup Exchange (2nd weekend of June), Boise, ID $350 per team (maybe) US Club Regionals, Boise (July 5-8th), Boise, ID $600 per team(should do it) Futsal National Championship, Baltimore, Maryland (Mid July) (need to win Regionals in Feb) FALL 07 DONE - Real Boise Annual Indoor Soccer Summer Cup $150 per team, free for us (August 10-12), Meridian, ID DONE - Nationals/NNU Jamboree (Aug 18), Nampa, ID $110 per team DONE - Las Vegas Mayor´s Cup, (Oct 27-28), Nevada $400 per team DONE – Indoor Soccer Winter I $543 per team,includes refs ESTIMATED TOTAL TOURNAMENT FEES FOR 2007/2008 $400 per player/year Projected Yearly Tournament Portion : 10 payments of $40 per player . (See payment schedule in next section). Note: A tournament fee adjustment entry will appear in the June 08 bill once we know the exact amount that corresponds to each player based on the tournaments played. NOTE: Why do we charge a portion of the total estimated tournament fees each month instead billing the cost when the tournament takes place? : - To make a simpler bill - So a specific person (usually a team coach, the team manager, the team treasurer or the club manager) does not end up anticipating the whole fee for a tournament when registering the team. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 17 v. Indoor Soccer League Winter 07 & 08 Indoor Soccer Winter Session II (Jan and Feb 08) o Real Boise Zidanes (estimated 8 players) $543 per team,includes refs o Real Boise Maradonas (estimated 8 players) $543 per team,includes refs DONE – Indoor Soccer Winter Session I (Nov and Dec 07) $0 This fee was included in the Fall 07 tournaments since we did not play the Fell Fall Frenzy so we will not bill this as a separate indoor soccer league fee. Note: Fees for Indoor Soccer session II will appear in the January 08 statement. Also you need to pay a $7 fee to get a player’s card at the Idaho Indoor Center before your player can play vi. Miscellaneous Expenses Field Maintenance and Administrative Items: Some minimal miscellaneous team costs initially are intended to be shared by all Real Boise families. (Paint for the fields, batteries for the music we use in training sessions, card laminations, handout copies etc). However, it is likely that the funds raised with the Real Boise tournament are used for this. Coaches’ travel expenses to out of state tournaments (accommodation and transportation). Rent of futsal training facilities: If we cannot train at Joplin. YMCA Low Ropes Course: $20 or $40 per player depending if we do 1 or 2 days. This is a team building camp in August or in October before we go out of state. Strength Equipment (new players): ~ $120 per player (yours to keep).You buy this through a web site. Strength Equipment Accessories (returning players): Returning players needing additional accessories or lost items, please let us know before the beginning of the season. Marbles for foot work will be also needed this year. Goal keeper gear: uniform and gloves. Other Player gear: Shin guards, boots, ball. US Club passes: To participate in the US Club Regionals in June 2008. Optional team apparel: A list of optional items will be available at a later time: back pack, sweatshirts, rain coat, hat, gloves, and under armour. Tournaments Team Entry Fees Adjustments: Since tournament list is tentative, adjustments will have to be made. IYSA Fees Adjustments: Referee and field fees may vary depending on games played. Note: Total applicable miscellaneous expenses for 2007/2008 will be mainly billed separately in Dec 07 and June 08. Some miscellaneous expenses maybe billed when the expense is incurred. vii. Traveling Expenses Travel to two out of state tournaments (generally one in Fall and one in Spring) Travel to Idaho State Cup, if it is not held in Boise. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 18 TOTAL APPROXIMATE YEARLY EXPENSES SUMMARY (per U12 player) 1) IYSA FEES $150.21 2) Uniforms $162.75 3) Club Fees $800.00 (scholarship may apply: $417 is average club fee per year per player). 4) Tournaments $400.00 5) Indoor Soccer League $67.88 6) Miscellaneous ?? (depending on player, see cost (vi) above) (~$200) 7) Traveling Expenses ?? (depending on type of travel) (~$1200) TOTAL $1580.84+miscellaneous+ trips Projected Cost Distribution (Per U12 player per year) Traveling Avg Club Fees Misc IYSA fees Indoor Uniforms Tournaments Notes: “Average Club Fees” breakdown is based on Fall 07 data. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 19 15. Payment Schedule for year 2007/2008 This is for a player with a scholarship. Every family will receive a customized bill. Aug 07: $101.12 (Part of Regist.)+$71.46 (Uniforms)+$80 (training)+$40 (tournam.) $292.58 Sep 07: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 Oct 07: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 Nov 07: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 Dec 07 : $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 + Part of Miscellaneous Jan 08: $49.10 (Part of Regist.)+$86.39 (Uniforms)+$80 (training)+$40(tournam.)+ $66.88(indoor II) $322.37 Feb 08: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 Mar 08: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 Apr 08: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 May 08: $80 (club fees) + $40 (tournaments) $120 June 08: Rest of Miscellaneous expenses billed $??? (Rest of Miscellaneous) July 08: $0 TOTAL $1580.84+miscellaneous+ trips Note: Payments are due on the 15th of each month. Please send/give checks to Sue Velikoff, our team treasurer. (3899 Pecan St., Boise ID, 83716) 16. Scholarships and Volunteering Scholarship money are to help families cover part or all of the Club fees only. Club fees are used for training fees, training equipment, coaches´ development, coaches apparel, and management fees. Note that all players in the U12B team are already getting 33% discount off the regular club fees applicable to teams under the training program 1. ($400 instead $600 per season). Help for uniforms, IYSA registration, field and referees fees, tournament fees and other miscellaneous (see team booklet) is not available. If you think of a fundraiser idea that you want to implement to help players with these other costs, please let me know. Note that even so you applied and were awarded with scholarship money last season, you still need to apply each season. A form is emailed to the team so it can be completed it and returned to Susan Velikoff, club manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org before the announced due date. In the application, candidates indicate what volunteer position they would like to perform in exchange of the scholarship money they are awarded: Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 20 All recipients (player or/and parent) of financial assistance will be required to contribute a minimum of ten hours of volunteer time. This work must be completed during the season for which they receive the assistance. Here are some opportunities: o Set up field equipment at practices (mainly goals and nets) o Pick up field equipment at practices (mainly goals and nets) o Giving rides to/from practice/games for players who needs them o Inflate balls at practices o Set up flags and nets at games o Mow practice fields o Paint lines at practice fields o Take pictures for player cards o Travel coordinator for tournaments o Planning Fundraisers (car washes, pie sales etc) o Filming games o Auditing the club finances The scholarship committee will review applications and will get back to applicants with the results. Information will be kept confidential. 17. Fundraisers Please bring up your team fundraiser ideas. As you already know, I have created a Real Boise organized tournament (The Annual Indoor Soccer Summer Cup) to raise funds for our team. This first year it has been small (8 teams) and profited $319.46. We will use these funds for field maintenance and administrative items. Team parents are encouraged to organize fund-raisers to cover tournament and other costs. Players can also sell Real Boise Blanket Flower Seeds with 100% of sales for their individual accounts. If interested, please contact Sue Velikoff at 331-3534. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 21 PPENDIX A1. PROJECTED CLUB BUDGET FOR FALL 07 (U11G and U12B teams) Below, please see allocation of Fall Club fees. This was approved on Oct 12 during monthly Board Meeting. Actual results will be shown in Fall 08 booklet. The Spring Budget will be presented in February’s coaches meeting and sent to you when approved. Online version of booklet omits this info. Parents, please see hardcopy. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 22 A2. REAL BOISE INDOOR SUMMER CUP TOURNAMENT Here you can see the profit we made by organizing our own tournament last summer (Aug 07). We will use this amount for Field maintenance items (paint etc) and administrative items (booklets, batteries for music at training etc). TEAMS $150.00 8 teams $1050.00 (Real Boise U12 Boys Team - FREE) ENTREES FIELD RENTAL $100/day 3 days $(300.00) REFEREES $20/game 12 games $(240.00) TROPHEES $135.50 2 cups $(135.50) (Also two adidas balls donated by ISC) Result Boards $(2.54) Donation for $(52.50) Without good air, no soccer! Better Air Quality (5%) TOTAL PROFIT $319.46 To be used for Field Maintenance and FROM Administrative Items FUNDRAISER Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 23 A3. COMPARATIVE TRAINING FEES Training Includes Includes Speed/ Source Fees per year Summer Other Agility Program Camp Camps Capitals U13-U15 $796.25 No 0 No Gary Lions, Premier Capitals Club Treasurer Les Bois U13 $900 No 1 No Sue Velikoff (Real Boise club manager and with a daughter in Les Bois) Real Boise $1200 (U11-U15) Yes (U11-U15) 2 (U11-U15) Yes (Level 1 training) $600 (U16-U19 1 (U16-U19) only Spring) 3 pro practices/week Ex:Real Boise U12B (see Note 1 below) Real Boise $800 (U11-U15) Yes (U11-U15) 1 (U11-U19) Yes (Level 2 training) $400 (U16-U19 only Spring) 2 pro practices/week Ex:Real Boise U17B Real Boise $400 (U11-U15) Yes (U11-U15) 0 Yes (Level 3 training) 1 pro practices/week Ex:Real Boise U11G Note1: Our U12 Boys team will receive Level 1 training at Level 2 cost ($800/year). Note2: I will try to get other club data points. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 24 A4. SCHOLARSHIP SAMPLE FORM Scholarship Application For Spring 2008- Page 1 A limited number of scholarships will be available to cover CLUB fees only. Club Fees include training fees, guest pro coaches pay, training equipment, coaches´ development, coaches apparel, and management fees. Please complete this form and send it by e-mail to Sue Velikoff at email@example.com. Forms must be received by Mon, Jan 14th, 2008 for Spring season 2008 (extended to Jan 25). (Need to apply again even so you were awarded a scholarship last Fall.) Scholarships are awarded on the basis of need. Player: _______________________ Parent: _________________________ Phone: _______________________ E-mail: _________________________ # of Adults in household: ________ # of Children in household: _________ What is the total annual income for your family? ______Under $20,000 ______$20,000 – $30,000 _____$30,000 – $40,000 Additional relevant circumstances:____________________________________________ ______________________________________ (Continue in the back if needed) SPRING 08 CLUB FEES: $400. This is used for: Training fees: o 3 nights of pro-coaching each week during regular season o Facilitation of indoor soccer games o Winter Futsal Training camp, o Speed/Agility Program o Goal-Keeping program o Street Fútbol Guest pro coaches pay Training equipment Coaches´ development (courses, books, DVDs, magazines) Coaches’apparel Management fees (club manager, president, director of operations) . Amount Needed for Spring 08 Club Fees : $_________ (If maximum amount is requested, please provide with Tax information to club manager so the scholarship committee can review). Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 25 Scholarship Application For Spring 2008- Page 2 TEAM FEES THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY SCHOLARSHIPS IYSA Fees per year (assuming 11 players): $150.21 per player. Fall uniform costs: $67.88 Spring uniform costs: $94.87 or $87.45 depending on jersey size. Tournament Fees: ~ $400 per player per year (assuming 10 players). Indoor Soccer League Fees (2nd session) $67.88 Traveling Expenses to 2 out of state tournaments: varies but carpooling and hotel room sharing available. Miscellaneous expenses: See Program Cost Information in team booklet. FUNDRAISERS AND VOLUNTEERING Team parents are encouraged to organize fund-raisers to cover tournament and other costs. Players can also sell Real Boise Blanket Flower Seeds with 100% of sales for their individual accounts. If interested, please contact Sue Velikoff at 331-3534. All recipients (player or parent) of financial assistance will be required to contribute a minimum of ten hours of volunteer time. This work must be completed during the season for which they receive the assistance. Select one or more below. o Set up field equipment at practices (mainly goals and nets) o Pick up field equipment at practices (mainly goals and nets) o Giving rides to/from practice/games for players who needs them o Inflate balls at practices o Set up flags and nets at games o Mow practice fields o Paint lines at practice fields o Take pictures for player cards o Travel coordinator for tournaments o Planning Fundraisers (car washes, pie sales etc) o Filming games o Auditing Club Finances Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 26 A5. FALL 07’ HEAD COACH NOTE (From Fall 07 Team Booklet) Welcome to the Fall 07 soccer season! Another year of development and great fun is awaiting to all of us. The Real Boise U12/U13 boys team will compete in the IYSA District III League in Fall 2007, in the U13 league. We have been placed in Division 2 with Idaho Rush, McCall, Vallivue, and Mountain Home. We tried to be placed in the top competitive division, division A but in the first draft, again, we were placed in division 2. If we top the group in Fall we will be promoted to division 1 for Spring 08. The motivation for playing up is to challenge our players with opponents who have a faster speed of play and are more aggressive. Then we will enter U12 tournaments locally and out of the state with the hopes that the league exposure to more demanding game conditions produces outstanding results. Our team is currently ranked number 2 in the state of Idaho but I believe our style and progression is unmatched locally. Although it may seem topical, winning is not the best measure of success in many occasions. Many teams outside the state produce results that may be intimidating but in my experience the way their game is played (robotically and systematically, with one or two touch independently of the positions of the opponents) is to produce short term results to alleviate the ferocious competition among clubs. In most cases the player is not developed individually and those players will not be as versatile and successful as players developed with emphasis on creativity, improvisation, technique, and dynamic play. There are other superb teams out there and it is our pleasure to congratulate them to honor the game. As we grow as a team, players must continue to be truly committed to training together with a collective sense of “team” (working toward the yearly group goals). Our training philosophy is to emphasize creativity, technique, dynamic play, and to continue introducing to players the methodology to improve flexibility, speed, and agility. Last season we started introducing exercises on running and cutting technique which will continue this season at a higher degree. This coupled with the strength program should have maximum benefits. You probably have noticed that our team excels towards the end of Spring. Every year since U8 we have been able to conquer a tournament or a league championship in that time frame. It was done always in a very convincing and forceful way. This is a product of the work& understanding of our players and the passion I can see they are starting to develop for this beautiful game. To be a different and special player, to be the ultimate team, players have to prepare themselves especially so following with any assigned individual training is of summon importance. Whether is doing strength work in the solitude of a hot evening or watching a pro soccer game and filling out a little game analysis form for the coach, each little thing counts. I need you to continue to help me with this. It will be hard work but the fact these kids´ school performance is outstanding, gives me a good idea that their sports homework is achievable. Also, mental work is a key component in any sport and our players are displaying a high dose of it. Whether is coming back from an adverse result or ignoring the opponents verbal attacks, their hardiness shows consistently. I am, and I my staff is too, in many ways proud of these young footballers. I have to take my hat off because I have never seen a gesture to criticize each other in the field when an erroneous decision is made by one of our players. This is not uncommon in other disciplines. In closing, our higher level goal is to produce play that is not going to be unnoticed on game day. We want to produce spectacle. We want to play in a manner that creates a connection between players and spectators. That when the families leave the fields there is a sensation that something huge is always happening in the making of this team. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 27 Simplot Complex Boise, ID 1. I-84 East towards Mountain Home 2. Exit 57, take ramp right on E. GOWEN ROAD 3. Turn left (North) onto FEDERAL WAY 4. Turn right (North-East) onto E. Lake Forest Dr 5. END 2437 E Lake Forest Dr. - park entrance on your right Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 28 Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 29 U12 Boys Roster ONLINE VERSION OF BOOKLET OMITS THIS INFO. PARENTS PLEASE SEE HARDCOPY. Rev 3.3, Jan 27, 2008 30
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