2024-25 Competitive Program Dues

Welcome! Woodland Soccer Club offers cost effective, excellent training facilities, with licensed trainers. The Club strives to provide the best possible experience to its members at the lowest cost as compared to the other clubs in the area.

Game Format Age Group Birth Year Registration Fee Monthly Dues Number of Payments Total


Volunteer Deposit Uniform Cost
7 v 7 U8 2017 $100 $54.55 11 $700 $100 $205.33 + tax & shipping
U9 2016
U10 2015
9 v 9 U11 2014 $100 $72.73 11 $900 $100 $205.33 + tax & shipping
U12 2013
11 v 11 U13 2012 $100 $81.82 11 $1,000 $100 $205.33 + tax & shipping
U14 2011
U15 2010
U16 2009
U17 2008
U19 2006/2007

2024-25 Competitive Program Description

  • Club dues are all inclusive, unless otherwise noted, and helps the Club, among other things, cover costs associated with field reservations and lights, coaching expenses, coaching education advancement, equipment expenses, club training clinics, club keeper clinics, player and staff insurance, team communication app, referee expenses, league registration expenses, NorCal State Cup registration and in the case of 11v11 teams one (1) local tournament. Excludes expenses associated with uniforms and Summer/Winter leagues.

  • Pre-NPL (9 v 9 U12) teams pay an additional $5/month ($50 total) and NPL teams (11 v 11 U13 and up) pay an additional $10/month ($100 total).

  • A muti-player discount is available for families with more than one player in the club. A discount of $100.00 (full year) for the first sibling and $200 (full year) for each additional sibling will be deducted from the registration invoice. Sibling is defined as having the same parents and the same address. Discount will be applied no later than the October payment schedule.

  • Players may incur other costs that are specific to their individual team or the individual member and are not covered by Club Dues. They could/will include additional team equipment not already covered by the club, personal cost of travel, additional tournaments (excluding NorCal State Cup), Summer/Winter NorCal league and other team-specific discretionary costs, team field rentals, coach’s overnight travel expenses, etc.

  • All teams participate in two leagues (Fall 2024 and Spring 2025). These are included in your Club Dues.

  • All teams have the opportunity to participate in the NorCal State Cup (except for U8). U13 to U19 teams will also have one (1) area Tournament cost covered by the Club. These fees are included in your Club Dues.

  • Uniforms are arranged and purchased separately from Soccer.com. The minimum uniform package includes three (3) Puma match day jerseys (black, white, and either orange/blue), one (1) numbered Puma shorts (black), one (1) pair of Puma soccer socks (black), and two (2) Puma practice jerseys (black, white). Samples are available for you to check for sizing prior to ordering. Individual teams may have additional uniform requirements. Team staff will provide families with a link to the uniform store after tryouts have been completed. Original or replacement items from the uniform package can be purchased online. Uniforms kits are updated every 2 years, the next scheduled replacement is the 24/25 season and then 26/27 season.

  • All players pay from June 2024 through April 2025 (11 Months). The competitive year is 12 Months (June 2024 through May 2025), of which 9 or 10 months, depending on the team, are active with 8 to 12 weeks of potential downtime. Generally, the off time is taken during the high school, summer, and/or winter season for some teams. Dues are not waived if you leave the club of your own volition prior to the end of the competitive year. Additionally, the monthly dues are not tied to whether or not the team is on break, actively training, or is in the league.

  • As a nonprofit organization our Club dues are set as close as possible to our actual costs, which means we rely on all players paying the dues they have committed to in a timely manner. Monthly payments are due by the 15th of each month June 15th – April 15th. Once a player has missed two (2) payments (is 2 months past due), that player is then suspended from all club activities. They are not allowed to practice OR play and will be flagged in GotSport, removed from the team roster, and player card collected. Only once the player’s account is fully caught up can they return to the club activities and match play.

  • Accepting a position as a player on a Woodland Soccer Club team involves a commitment of both time and money for the family, the team staff, and club administration. It is expected that the player and their family will commit to participate on the team for the entire season (June 2024 – May 2025), abide by our sportsmanship and good behavior requirements, and meet any volunteer and financial obligations as agreed to during registration. As such, refunds are not available under most circumstances. Acceptable circumstances include Season-ending injury or illness, death of a family member, mental illness, or job loss/relocation. Player withdrawal requests can be submitted here. A withdrawal of a player will result in that player NOT being able to return for the remainder of the season.

  • U15 through U19 teams may take the high school soccer season off. U15 through U19 players who are not participating in high school soccer during the winter break can participate in club training sessions that may be offered by the club during this time period.

  • Soccer is an outdoor activity that can be impacted by inclement weather. Heavy rains, excessive heat, or poor air quality, can and do close the fields. We will cancel or alter games and training sessions where there is a risk to player safety. There are no refunds if games or trainings are canceled as a result of inclement weather, including rain, smoke, heat, etc. .

  • Under no circumstances is the Club required to provide refunds to members as the result of events outside of our control. This includes but is not limited to natural disasters, emergency government actions impacting operations, pandemics, etc…

2024-2025 Season Volunteer Requirement

Woodland Soccer Club began volunteer obligations during the 2023-24 season. Woodland Soccer Club plans to organize multiple events and tournaments over the 24-25 soccer season, and in order to maximize our capabilities, each family is required to perform six (6) volunteer work hours per registered player. For 2024-25 there will be a $100 volunteer deposit added to all competitive team registrations. Families that fulfill their six (6) volunteer hours per player, will be eligible to have their $100 volunteer deposit refunded as an adjustment to their invoice. To be eligible for the refund, the family must fulfill their full volunteer obligations, as outlined in this section. No exceptions. Families may elect to not fulfill their volunteer hours. That simply means their volunteer fee will not be refunded. All authorized refunds pursuant to this section will take place by June 15, 2025.

2024-25 Financial Aid

The Club has limited financial resources available for those who need aid with club dues. The player seeking financial aid must first be registered with registration fees paid in full, AND the financial aid form must be completed and submitted no later than June 15, 2024, to be considered for financial aid. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis, and all decisions are in the sole discretion of the Club. All families receiving financial aid (partial or full) will be asked to contribute volunteer time to the club at team functions and fundraisers.

Those who receive public assistance (ex., free/reduced school lunch, food stamps, or similar programs) receive first priority for aid; please make sure you attach current proof of receiving assistance. You must also submit a copy of your most recent tax returns. Financial Aid decisions will be made by the end of June. If you do not receive notification that financial aid has been granted by July 1, please contact the Board; if you are not contacted that aid is available, you still owe all applicable club and team fees.

All players, directly or through others, must pay all team discretionary fees, including tournament fees, coach’s travel expenses to tournaments, state registration and referee fees, tournament fees, indoor season or practice facility rentals, and other items deemed necessary by the Team Coach.

A player who receives financial assistance and leaves before the seasonal year is complete must pay back any financial assistance before transfer/release paperwork will be signed.