Please click on the link on the Spring & Fall Youth Soccer page, you can always click on Registration is typically open from April 15th - August each year.
The Online Process has fields that allow you to request a specific coach and/or specific teammates. The teams are created by volunteer Age Group Coordinators, who follow this protocol: coach requests, teammate requests, players that played on the same team in the prior year, keeping players with the same school mates.
As you can imagine, with over 2000 players, we can only do our best to accommodate request, BUT CANNOT PROMISE THAT ANY SPECIFIC REQUESTS WILL BE HONORED for your specific age group.
If you are unsatisfied with your players' placement, contact the Age Group Coordinator and explain why you feel your player should be moved. It might be impossible that the request can be honored, but we will look in to it.
Players are encouraged to play within their own specific age group. Any requests to play up should be made to the Director of Youth Development. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our early discount ends in the middle of June each year
Registration will open on or around April 15th each year
Your registration fees cover the following:
Administration at the LOSC office
Referee coordinator and educator
Internal Coach Education Program
Equipment such as balls, cones, pennies, coach t-shirt
Maintenance & Purchase of goals
Dedicated LOSC staff member (Director of Youth Development) committed to the youth soccer program
Teams will be given to the coaches by mid-August. If the coach does not contact you by August 30, please contact the Age Group Coordinator.
This is dependent on when you decide to cancel your child's registration. If it is before the event occurs we will refund the fee less a small administrative fee. This fee covers the cost of the registration event as well as the credit card processing fee. If you decide to cancel once an event begins we will look at these on a case by case basis and decide if a refund is in order. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
There should be a link on the homepage or on the Spring & Fall Youth Soccer page, if not you can always click on "Login" from the upper right of the homepage..
You will be required to register as a coach in our system as well as a background check that is ran by a national governing body.
We have numerous training plans and ideas on our coach education page you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for more ideas.
You will get your roster at the coaches meeting in mid-August or from your AGC after the meeting
Game schedules will be available for you at the beginning of September, games will begin the Saturday after Labor Day
Equipment will be at the LOSC office ready to pick up towards the end of August and at the annual coaches meeting.
Fields are first come first serve, we will provide a list of fields that are available to us in the fall. There are some fields that are unavailable and they will also be included in this list.
You can find them on the relevant section of the website for that particular age group.
That will be determined be your team coach but practices typically begin towards the end of August.
Again this will depend on your team coach, but it will likely be between 1 and 2.
Pre-K through 4th grade games are played throughout the city of Lake Oswego. Grades 5 through 12th play in the Soccer 5 League and some games will be in West Linn, Tigard, Oregon City or Wilsonville
Each team should play between seven and eight games
The season typically ends the last weekend of October
Yes, there are different opportunities such as Spring Youth Soccer, YDP, Oswego Juniors, and Recreational Soccer Camps. Check the www.losc.org website for more information or contact: email@example.com.
Contact Tursi's Soccer Store (503) 635-2202 and they will inform you when they are expected to be available. Uniforms are NOT provided as part of your registration fee.
Referee training takes place prior to the recreational soccer season. There is a field session where existing and potential referees are trained.
They have to be interested in soccer and at least in 7th grade
Contact the referee coordinator. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE YOU TO ADDRESS YOUR CONCERNS DIRECTLY TO THE REFEREE.
Check out our YDP (Youth Development Program) and Oswego Juniors Program. You can find comprehensive details at our website under the YDP section and Oswego Juniors under the COMPETITIVE PROGRAM. Oswego Juniors caters towards the more focused player.
The grievance must be lodged in writing and must be signed by the person or persons registering the complaint
The written complaint will be directed to the LOSC Director of Youth Development:
Director of Youth Development
Lake Oswego Soccer Club
PO Box 1372
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
In the event that the complaint must be dealt with immediately, the DYD will consult with the LOSC Executive committee and a decision will be made on behalf of the board
Complaints directed towards league officials, coaches, referees (PLEASE NOTE - JUDGEMENT CALLS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED), players, and parents will be handled as follows:
DYD will consult the individual involved and detail the complaint.
The original letter of complaint will not be sent but a new letter will be drafted. The letter will require the recipient to reply within seven (7) days following the mailing of the letter from the LOSC office.
In consultation with the board, the LOSC DYD will consider the complaint along with reply from the implicated individual.
Action, if any, will be taken.
DYD will inform those involved of action taken. This will be in the form of mail sent within seven (7) days of the next board meeting.
DYD will make a record of the incident and record will be kept on file at the LOSC office.
Contact the LOSC Director of Youth Development and he will direct you to the person that you need to speak to. You can e-mail him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If there is a question that you have that is not addressed in this area then please let us know. You can e-mail: email@example.com