Weekly Soccer Update (Mon 6 Oct - Sun 12 Oct)

Posted by Whistler Youth Soccer Club on Oct 06 2014 at 11:42AM PDT in 2014-2015 Season

BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW and HELP COLLECT DONATIONS for the 3rd Annual WYSC Gala Dinner Event on Saturday 25th October. Click here for full information:
All players get a free ticket however they still must be booked online.

MP SHED opening hours this week
Wednesday and Thursday 4:30pm-6pm

Hoodies and jackets have been delivered so stop by to collect
SCAT 3 tests Pat will be at fields again this Wed and Thurs 4:30pm onwards to try and complete tests that have been booked.

WEATHER: Soccer is played rain or shine, so get those little players layered up and have their jersey on the outside if it’s cold and wet.

PARKING: just a reminder that you need to follow the parking signs if you are on Easy Street and Balsam Way. Click here to see where you CAN park in GREEN. NO parking where its red:

LOST & FOUND: please check the boxes at the fields this week. All items will be taken to the Re-Use it at the end of this week.

FRIDAY ACADEMYDROP IN – 5-6:30pm this Friday 10th October
Invited this week are: U8 Boys and Girls for a session of games
Sign in upon arrival at shed and $2 in the box please.

NO SOCCER on Saturday 11 October or Monday 13 October – Happy Thanksgiving!

THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENTS for those players/teams attending
Don’t forget to pack lots of water and snacks to keep your player going.
Take rain gear, umbrellas, dry shoes/boots, change of clothes/jackets etc and a towel.
Your player will love if you have an extra pair of dry socks too!
Don’t forget to let the coaches’ coach, while you focus on watching quietly and let the kids play and have fun!

FALL JAMBOREE – U8 and U10 Boys and Girls – please reply to your AGC if your player will be attending the PYSA Fall Jamboree on Sunday 19th October in Pemberton from 9-1pm. It is a fun day out and is in addition to regular Saturday practice.

Please remember to let the coaches’ coach!
Parents that call out from the sidelines do not help and only confuse players.
Watch and cheer (quietly) and understand that players are still ‘training’ even when playing games.

Click here to read ‘A Sideline Guide for Parents’

Click here to read ‘The Educated Parent’ by BC Soccer:


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