Seminole Soccer CLUB 

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  • How do I register my child - Call the club at 405-380-7802, on-line or visit one of our registration events. Dates posted on our Facebook page
  • What ages do you register - Boys and girls from 4 to 16 years old
  • Where are the practices and games at - All home games are played at Legion Park or Johns Park depending on season and age group. Team practices take place at those two locations but sometimes coaches can change the location of a practice to another local city park. Travel teams away games are usually within 90 minutes driving distance or closer (i.e OKC, Harrah, Edmond, Shawnee)
  • How much does it cost to play - Registration is $70.00 per child per season in our in-house league and $90 in the travel teams (U10 and above only). Registration payment includes a full uniform (jersey, shorts & socks) and registration with the Oklahoma Soccer Association for travel team players. Payment plans are available with a minimum of $35 down payment
  • What other gear is needed - We recommend that every player brings a soccer ball of the appropriate size to each practice, shin-guards are mandatory in order to play games and soccer cleats are optional for U8 and under but recommended for all others. When buying cleats make sure they are made for soccer and not football or baseball.
  • Are there any discounts for other family members - Yes, brothers and sisters of the first registered player receive $10.00 off their registration.
  • Can I coach - We are always in need of volunteers including coaching. Check with the league coordinator for available positions. Experience is not required but preferred and we will provide some training and guidance. A background check is required on all coaches and assistants coaches.
  • How long is each season - Seasons usually span 10 weeks during which each team plays around 7-9 games. Travel teams season could go for 12 weeks and include up to 10 games or more in the spring season.
  • Are there any items prohibited at the fields -  Alcohol, drugs, illegal substances or any paraphernalia associated with drug use, bottles or glass containers, fireworks, electronic noisemakers or air horns, 'Open Carry' of firearms is discouraged. Any other item deemed unacceptable by the Seminole Soccer Club board. Johns Park is a public city park while Legion Park is privately own.
  • What's your refund policy - No refunds will be issued after the last official date of registration. Refunds will be considered for the following reasons: 1.) cases of financial hardship, 2.) medical reasons or 3.) a player moves out of town.  Any refunds granted will be minus the cost of the uniform, OSA fees and must be requested prior to the first game of the season.
  • Does the league provide transportation to away games - No. Each parent is responsible for transportation to and from away fields. Parents sometimes make arrangements with other team members parents to carpool their child.
  • Do I need to bring a birth certificate - Yes.  We must see proof of age for all players. Travel team players are required to provide a copy of their birth certificate in order to verify their age if requested by OSA. All copies are destroyed after player becomes inactive.
  • Can we play if it rains - Soccer is played in the rain. The mere presence of rain does not mean that games will be cancelled. SSC policy is to attempt to play all games when possible. Severe weather in the area, persistent rain the night before game day, the presence of thunderstorms and lighting as well as heavy rain at the time of the scheduled game or extreme low temperatures would be reasons to postpone or cancel a game. Always check our field status page or our Facebook page for the latest status when in doubt.
  • When are the games played - Most in-house games are scheduled on Tuesday & Thursday evenings. Travel teams usually play on Saturdays and some Sundays.
  • What is OSA - It's the Oklahoma Soccer Association. Their organization promotes and regulates soccer in Oklahoma through education, training, development, and advancement of players, coaches, referees, and those who support and promote the game.