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Parkway Soccer Club Registration Information

Registration is only open for U6 and U8(Born in 2009-2012).  If you have a child in one of the closed age groups please email Parkway Soccer at parkwaysoccerclub@gmail.com or fill out the form at the bottom of the page and put waiting list as your subject, and we will try to get another team together or contact you if space becomes available.

Please read all information before registering your player!  Register online at  http://www.calnorth-parkway.affinitysoccer.com/


If you have any problems signing up online please call 877-700-1470 for help in English or Spanish.

 Please do not fill in the sizes for uniforms unless you are a new player, or are ordering a new uniform.

Parkway Soccer Club is open for the 2016/2017 season. Registration is open to boys and girls born in 1998-2012. New players must enter their birth certificate—hospital or baptism certificates are not acceptable—and the Registration Fee.  Returning players need only the Registration Fee. All players will need to upload a front facing headshot during the registration process.Uniforms will only be ordered for new players.

Registration Fees:

Registration Costs
Birth Year
New Player
Returning Player
Born in 1998-2008
$125.00
$95.00
Born in 2009-2012
$105.00
$75.00








(Registration fee includes: SYSL Registration Fee, Uniform (for new players), Referee fees, Field Fees, Player Pictures and 10 Saturday games.)

Immediate family discount: $25.00 for 3rd family player, on up.

Club Picnic and Picture Day - August 20, 2016

Opening Day - September 10, 2016

Practice schedules are at the coaches' discretion. Typical practices are twice a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays, between 5 and 8, for 1 to 2 hours. Practices typically begin late July to early August, again at the coaches’ discretion. Practices are typically held at Florin Creek Park or Parkway Elementary School depending on age bracket.

Coaches, referees and volunteers  are needed; so please volunteer.  A background check is required.  If interested, please talk to a Board member or email parkwaysoccerclub@gmail.com.  We will provide bag, ball and cones to new coaches, and you get to pick your practice day! we especially need U6 coaches. If you are under 18, you can still coach. Contact us today!

Sign up early. There is a late registration fee after July 31, 2016, but we will be waiving it until Aug 15th.  No refunds will be given after July 31, 2016. Partial refunds will be given up to July 31, 2016

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All players born 2005-2012 will be playing by new rules adopted by all of Cal-North. The games will be played on smaller fields, and for those born 2009-2012, without referees. Players born in 2011-2012 will play 3v3, and players born 2009-2010 will play 4v4. These small sided games for players born 2009-2012 will all be played at Parkway or Fruitridge These teams will be co-ed and play without goalies. The coaches will be the referees, as needed, and no official score will be kept. Players born in 1998-2008 will not always play at Parkway, they will have referees and score will be kept. No U-14 or under player will allowed to head the ball in a game.

Parkway Soccer Club 

Waiting List Form

The Core Objectives behind the small sided standards:

•Fewer players on the field means more touches on the ball and more involvement in the game, which helps develop more individual skill. 

•Players who are more skilled may become more confident and comfortable when in possession of the ball. 

•The ratio of players to field size is designed to assist players with making the right kind of decisions and improving their awareness. 

•As players get older, and numbers increase on bigger fields, this approach builds on itself.

•And as players get older, the building block approach also allows them to better integrate into a team model where they develop partnerships with other players that make up the team. 

•Overall, the standards provide for an age appropriate environment where players can achieve these objectives.