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Alliance Community Soccer Club

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Frequently Asked Questions:


1. What age division will my child play in?

Divisions are broken up by ages. Currently the divisions are:
Tenderfoot: must be 4 or 5 as of August 1

U8: Must be 6 or 7 as of August 1

U10: Must be 8 or 9 as of August 1

U12/14: Must be 10, 11, 12, or 13 as of August 1

Children are permitted to play up an age division with ACSC Board approval.

Children are not permitted to play down an age division.


2. Who will be my child's coach?


The division rep will randomly place children on teams and assign a coach. We make every effort to honor your requests for special circumstances, but not all requests can be honored. We try to not have the same kids on the same team year after year. We want children to meet new friends and be fair to all players.

3. When will my child's coach contact me?

Coaches are given their team rosters at the beginning of August. They will contact you shortly after the coaches meeting to arrange for practices to begin.

4. When will my child have practice?

Practices are typically scheduled either on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday from ether 5-6 or 6-7. Coaches may decide to practice at different times due to scheduling.


5. When will my child play games?

All games are scheduled on Saturday mornings.


6. What equipment does my child need?

*Shin guards

*ACSC Jersey (purchased at Trap's Sporting Goods)

*Soccer socks (purchased at Trap's Sporting Goods)

*Soccer Cleats (Recommended) CAN NOT have the front Cleat

Football cleats and baseball cleats are not acceptable due to

Injury risk.

Please have your child bring a ball and plenty of water to all practices and games.

Ball sizes by age division:

Tenderfoot and U8: Size 3

U10: Size 4

U12/U14: Size 5


7. Will my child have a snack at the games?

Your child's coach will arrange for each parent to provide a snack at each game. Please remember that we promote healthy lifestyles and fitness when choosing a snack for your child's team.



8. Who are the referees?

The referees are typically high school students who are paid for each game. It is not permitted that anyone yell at or degrade referees at any time. Doing so will result in removal from the field. If you have a question or concern, please contact the division rep from the contact page.


ACSC Rules

View ACSC Rules under the Referee section from the menu bar.


Alliance Community Soccer Club
 PO Box 2793
Alliance, Ohio 44601

Phone: 330-575-6879
Email: [email protected]

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