Presentation on theme: " CMFSC Technical Staff BC Soccer Director of Soccer of Soccer Operations, Michael Findlay CMFSC Board Members CMFSC BCSPL Coaching Staff."— Presentation transcript:
CMFSC Technical Staff BC Soccer Director of Soccer of Soccer Operations, Michael Findlay CMFSC Board Members CMFSC BCSPL Coaching Staff
CMFSC accepted into the BCSPL (BC Soccer Premier League) 15% increase in 2011 – 2012 club registration 1 team representing CMFSC at Canadian Club Nationals 6 of 7 Y-League teams qualified for North American Finals 6 teams qualified for Provincial B Cup with 1 Gold Medal (U15 Girls Threat) 11 of the 36 (30%) players selected for Under 14 Whitecaps Residency from CMFSC 3 of the 5 Under 16 Residency players selected from BC, were from CMFSC.
Best Coaches Best Players Best Development Path Best Technical Staff Best Facilities Best BOD Best Support Staff A club players, volunteers and staff want to join!
Magnuson Ford Mariners Football Club Mountain FC Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club Vancouver Island Wave South Fraser Soccer Club Surrey United Soccer Club Thompson Okanagan Football Club Fusion Football Club
One Representative from Each BCSPL Club CMFSC Representative – Sara Maglio Other BCSPL Committee Members BC Soccer Director of Operations, Paul Mullen BC Soccer Director of Soccer Development, Michael Findlay BC Soccer Member Services Manager, Matt Holbrook BC Soccer Director, Steve Allen BC Soccer Director, Rick Connors Vancouver Whitecaps Residency Assistant Technical Director & Assistant Head Coach, Craig Dalrymple Vancouver Whitecaps, Danny Lenarduzzi
Committee Makeup BC Soccer Director of Soccer Development, Michael Findlay Technical Director from Each BCSPL club, CMF representative – Dale Mitchell Vancouver Whitecaps Residency Assistant Technical Director & Assistant Head Coach, Craig Dalrymple BC Soccer Technical Department Staff Coaches Rob Csbai, Marcus Reinkens, Lucas Dallapace, Andrew Haines
Administratively Technically Provincial Team Program National Training Center
Technical Operations Manual Coaching Certification Standards Playing Time Policies Substitution Policy League Guidelines & Game Day Operational Documents Published this week – similar to Y-league Guidelines Minimum Standards will be in place for the full-season
Technical Director, CMFSC – Sara Maglio Technical Director, BCSPL – Dale Mitchell BCSPL Administrator (mini season) – Linda Hallam Goalkeeping Coach – Dennis Kindel
Parents & Players Technical Team Coach Administrative Team Manager BCSPL TD Dale Mitchell BCSPL Administrator Linda Hallam CMFSC TD Sara Maglio CMFSC BOD, BC Soccer, Whitecaps
BoysNotesGirlsNotes Under 138Teams Under 148Teams7 TeamsNo TOFC Under 158 Teams7 TeamsNo MFMFC Under 168 Teams7 TeamsNo VIW Under 176Teamsno TOFC or VIW2 TeamsOnly VIW & MUFC have teams Under 188 Teams
Posted online at www.bcsoccerpremierleague.net All teams will receive 7 scheduled league games regardless of the number of teams in their division. For those teams not travelling to the Okanagan and Island, teams will be allocated funds to use to toward tournament entry or other travel opportunities. Season runs from September 17/18 weekend to November 12/13 weekend. No scheduled games on Thanksgiving weekend. Players released after this weekend in preparation for Y-League North American Finals.
Re-Evaluation for Full SeasonNovember 2011 Pre-SeasonJanuary Season Length (Comp. Phase 1)Last weekend of Feb. through July 1 st 2 nd Pre-SeasonLast two weeks of August Season Length (Comp. Phase 2)Last two weeks of August through the 3 rd week of November 2 nd TransitionMid-November through to Player Evaluations Note: U18’s season finishes at the end of Comp Phase 1
Includes the following: League Registration Fee Club Administration Website Support BCPSL Technical Director Staff Coaching Costs Goalkeeping Coach Travel Costs (expect 2 trips to Island & 2 to Okanagan in full-season) Referee Costs Equipment, Balls & Cones Uniforms, Training Gear, Track-suits, etc. Soccer Equipment Game Day Miscellaneous Costs Notes for mini season one trip to Island & one to Okanagan We are trying to minimize the costs as much as possible, therefore, there will only be a uniform (jersey, shorts, and socks) included. The full equipment package will be given for those players that are selected to continue in the 2012 Season. BCSPL players follow the same club registration payment processes as all the other club members. The only difference with registration is BCSPL teams do not register with the local Youth District.
Payment # 1$600.00Already completed Payment #2$900.00End of 2011 after re-selection Payment #3$900.00Date TBD - 2012 Note : this is without sponsorship and total amount could go down if sponsorship is attained. Under 18 Age group will be reduced - TBD
Mini Season Only uniforms (jersey(s), shorts, socks) 2012 Season Uniform ( jersey(s), shorts, socks Warm-up jacket & pants Training top Bag
Completed for U16, U17, & U18 BCSPL Players Profiles are compiled and sent to all BC Colleges and Universities with varsity soccer programs. They will also be provided for teams that are travelling to showcase tournaments to use for distribution at the tournaments. Players now have a format to sent individual profiles to Universities
Purpose Showcase players to top schools in North America Age Groups U15, U16, U17/18 divisions Dates & Location Girls – March 17-19 Boys – March 23-25 All games held at Newton Athletic Park Notes: No cost to BCSPL players No other teams will be invited from BC Whitecaps Scouting Opportunity
Age Group U18 Girls & Boys Dates: October 8th – 9 th Location: Trillium Fields, Vancouver Cost: Complimentary – no cost Winning Men’s & Women’s teams will be presented the Adidas Champion’s Cup by a Whitecaps FC Player as well as receive one ticket for each player to attend a Vancouver Whitecaps FC Match and receive 200 Adidas posters of their “Championship” photo. Additional awards will include: Tournament MVP, Golden Boot, Best Defender, and Best Goalkeeper. Recipients of each award will also receive a pair of Adidas’ top soccer boots; the adiZero F50, or adiPower Predator.
Bios on CMFSC BCSPL page. All Head Coaches have a history with CMFSC as former players, current players, and long-term coaches. 13 of the coaches are former or current CMFSC players
3 training sessions per week – 1.5 hours Boys – Monday, Wednesday & Thursdays Girls – Tuesday, Wednesday & Fridays Two team training sessions per week and one 4v4 session.
Player evaluation & selection process timelines will be set from the league. Rosters set, prior to January 2012.
Participation on Technical Committee & Board of Governors Scouting of Players Communication and support of the league Whitecaps Showcase Tournament Partners of the Adidas Cup Whitecaps 50/50
Last year’s Metro ($400) & Y-League($1200)- total $1600 Equipment will now be included (track-suits, etc.) Travel is included – Okanagan & Island 4v4 was sponsored by the club last year as a pilot – fortunate to have it last season 3 times per week of training for 10 months Coaching Compensation As a CMFSC member, you have benefited from the lower costs of volunteer coaching in the past. More quality Games. CMFSC continues make it a goal, to deliver the best programming for the least amount of registration