Some openings for 2019 coaching, please contact the office for further details. The following documents will be required to be completed for consideration.
2018-19 Head Coaching Application
Request to Appoint Team Staff
The Saltfleet Stoney Creek Club is pleased to announce the coaching staff that has been selected for the Boys/Girls ages U13-U25
Rep Program for the 2019 Season.
2018-19 TRYOUT SCHEDULE:
REP NEWS AND UPDATES
U16 Boys currently seeking players born in 2003. Contact coach Ben Ventresca @ email@example.com
U15 Boys currently seeking players born in 2004. Contact coach Franco Avolio @ firstname.lastname@example.org
U14 Boys currently seeking players born in 2005 or 2006. Contact coach James Spalding @ email@example.com
U17 Boys currently seeking players born in 2002 or 2003. Contact coach Daniel Ramos @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email email@example.com
if you are interested in trying-out for a Rep team.
The Saltfleet Stoney Creek Soccer Club’s competitive program is aimed at players ages U13- U25 who have developed the
skills and commitment to play at a higher level.
Like all of our programs, the competitive rep teams training and development is structured around the Canadian Soccer
Association’s Long Term Player Development (LTPD) model. Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) is a player-centred
approach that provides guidelines for correct training, competition, and recovery based on scientific principles of human
development and athlete training, combined with the knowledge of qualified coaches.
Competitive Program Overview
Available for: Boys/Girls, Ages 13-25
Skill Level: Competitive, District Leagues
Schedule: 10 month training, games, tournaments (November – August)
Type: Indoor & Outdoor
The competitive rep team program is overseen by the Directors of Competitive Programs. Our teams are lead by qualified coaching staff (Head Coaches/Assistant Coaches) and a Team Manager runs administrative and financial aspects of the team.
The goal of development is to increase training loads and soccer specific skills and tactics and developing players for elite level of competition. Tactical awareness becomes an increasingly important facet of training, alongside mental toughness, concentration, and diligence. They must be exposed to quality playing and training environments which extend their mental, physical, tactical and technical capabilities
In order to train and play on SSC’s competitive teams, try-out sessions are held in the fall (September/October) and approximately 3-5 try-outs are held for each division/gender. Tryouts are run by the team's coaching staff where players are evaluated through a series of skills, drills and small-sided game play. Coaches aim to have their player commitments and team rosters finalized in October.
Coaches hold team meetings with parents/players to communicate the expectations of the coming season regarding team budget, fees, training and game schedules and any travel/tournaments etc that the team agrees will form the structure of their season.
Competitive Rep Team Fees
Fees for the competitive program vary and are set based on the requirements each team feels they need to fulfill their season’s objectives. Examples include:
- Club operations fees
- Administration fees
- Club Rep fee
- League Fees
- H&D/Player Books fees
- Referee fees
- Game + Practice Fields Outdoor (June - Sept)
- Turf Fees (if applicable)
- City of Hamilton Permit fees
- Hit the Turf Tournament (MJ & Regional Teams)
- Uniform (Home + Away Kits, plus Practice Kit)
*Note: Many Rep Teams solicit additional funds through Sponsorships and Fundraisers to subsidize additional costs for tournaments, showcases, travel fees etc that are NOT covered by the Club.
For players who have been selected and have committed to an SSC Rep Team, register below:
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