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U7 & U8 Winter Clinic
BAYS / DST U7/U8 Winter Development Clinic and Instructional League!

BAYS Broadneck Soccer Club is pleased to again offer a 5-week development clinic for U7 and U8 boys and girls hosted by Broadneck High School coaches John Camm and Sean Tettemer and their Dynamic Soccer Training program.

Sessions will include 1 hour of instruction followed by 15-minute games. Players will receive hundreds of touches per session and preparation for competitive league play.

When: Mondays, February 25 through March 25, 5:00-6:15pm

Where: Broadneck High School behind the stadium.

Who: Boys and Girls, Under 7 & Under 8 age groups (birth years 2011 and 2012)

Cost: $95 per player (limited to the first 32 registrants)

For more information contact Coach John Camm, cammsoccer1@comcast.net
 
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      Travel Soccer

      Many parents and players wonder if they are ready for the cost and commitment required to participate in travel soccer at Broadneck Soccer Club.

      Travel teams are formed each spring by evaluation and play year-round in NCSL (National Capital Soccer League) or BBSL (Baltiore Beltway Soccer League).

      Costs will range from $1,000 to $1,500 per year.

      << Click here ro read more about Broadneck Soccer Club's Travel team costs and commitments >>

       
      Travel tryout registration
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        Parent Resources
        Posted Mar 17, 2017

        Youth Player Contract: All players must compete and return this form to their coach

        Youth Player Release: Any players new to BAYS who have played for another soccer club in Anne Arundel County must complete and return this form to their coach.

        Anne Arundel County Recreation & Parks Concussion awareness form: All players must compete and return this form to their coach.

        Parent Code of Conduct: All parents must not only complete and return this form to their child's coach, they are also to abide by the conditions within the Code of Conduct.

        Soccer-A Sideline Guide for Parents

        Positive Coaching AlliancePositive Coaching Alliance (PCA) develops BETTER ATHLETES, BETTER PEOPLE through resources for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, administrators and student-athletes. In addition to 1,000+ free audio-video and printable tips and tools at www.PCADevZone.org, PCA has partnered with roughly 3,500 schools and youth sports organizations nationwide to deliver live group workshops, online courses and books by PCA Founder Jim Thompson that help those involved in youth and high school sports create a positive, character-building youth sports culture.

         
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          Travel Soccer Registration
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            Registration for BAYS spring soccer is closed

            Registration for fall soccer will open mid-May


            BAYS Community League 3- to 6-year-olds born between 12/31/12 & 4/1/16

            Starters is for pre-K and kindergarteners. Teams practice one night a week at the coach's choosing, with the first sessions beginning mid- to late-March. Sunday sessions are one hour between noon and 3pm beginning April 7 and continuing through June 9 with June 16 a makeup date (there are no sessions Easter Sunday, April 21, and Memorial Weekend Sunday, May 27). Sunday sessions are led by professional soccer trainers with the coaches' assistance.

            Fees: $115; $105 before January 31 (includes team jersey)

            Junior Clinic (Under 6) and Senior Clinic (Under 7) are typically comprised of kindergarteners and first-graders. Teams practice one night a week at the coach's choosing, with the first sessions beginning mid- to late-March. Sunday sessions are 90 minutes beginning April 2 and continuing through June 4 with June 11 a makeup date (there are no sessions Easter Sunday, April 21, and Memorial Weekend Sunday, May 27).. Sundays start with a 45-minute session led by professional soccer trainers and the coaches. Then the team plays small-sided games (5v5) against another clinic team (two 20-minute halfs with 5-minunte halftime).

            Fees: $115; $105 before January 31 (includes team jersey)

            Teams are formed on a first-come-first-assigned basis. Please include Buddy/Coach requests and Practice Night requests in the apropriate section when registering. We try to honor such requests, but there are no guarantees, as spaces are limited and coaches choose the practice nights. Once teams are built it is very difficult to move players from one assignment to another.

            Shin guards are required for all players, and cleats are recommended but not required. Ages 3-6 use a #3-size soccer ball, and Under 8 and Under 9 players use a #4-size ball - players are encouraged to bring their own soccer ball to practice, provided it is the proper size and marked clearly with your child's name.

            We always need new volunteer parent-coaches for Starters and Clinic teams. Please consider volunteering to coach, assist or even help manage a team. BAYS is a volunteer-run organization, and without parents like you stepping up, our children would not be able to play. You can register to volunteer similar to how you registered your child. If you'd like more information on volunteering, email soccer commissioner Alex Knoll at soccer@broadneckyouthsports.com.


            Broadneck Soccer Club County League

            County teams are formed each season and play within the Anne Arundel Youth Soccer Assocoation system. Team spaces are on a first-come-first-assigned basis.

            Teams typically practice twice a week at the coach's choosing, with the first sessions beginning mid-March. The season begins the weekend of March 22-24 and continues through May 31-June 2 with June 7-9 makeup dates. Most ages play Sundays, while U12 plays Friday nights. There is at least one double-header weekend with games on Saturday and Sunday, and any makeup games may be scheduled on Saturdays also.

            Fees:
            • With new Adidas uniform kit $190, $180 before January 31 (includes shorts, socks and jerseys, jerseys available in adult women's sizes)
            • Returning fall player using same uniform kit $140, $130 before January 31.

            Broadneck Soccer Club will field teams in the follwing age groups:

            • Boys Under 8 (born in 2011)
            • Boys Under 9 (born in 2010)
            • Boys Under 10 (born in 2009)
            • Boys Under 11 (born in 2008)
            • Boys Under 12 (born in 2007)
            • Boys Under 13 (born in 2006)
            • Boys Under 14/15: (7th- and 8th-graders born in 2005 and 2004)
            • Boys Under 18: (high-schoolers born 2004 through 2000).
            • Girls Under 8 (born in 2011)
            • Girls Under 9 (born in 2010)
            • Girls Under 10 (born in 2009)
            • Girls Under 11 (born in 2008)
            • Girls Under 12 (born in 2007)
            • Girls Under 13 (born in 2006)
            • Girls Under 14/15: (7th- and 8th-graders born in 2005 and 2004)
            • Girls Under 18: (high-schoolers born 2004 through 2000) - girls teams at this age play 7v7 on a mid-sized field.

            Shin guards and cleats are required for players of all ages. Ages 7-11 a #4-size ball, and ages 12 and up a #5-size ball - if you bring your own soccer ball to practice, be sure it is the proper size and marked clearly with your child's name.


            Coaching

            Please consider volunteering to coach, assist or even help manage a team. BAYS is a volunteer-run organization, and without parents like you stepping up, our children would not be able to play. You can register to volunteer similar to how you registered your child. If you'd like more information on volunteering, email soccer commissioner Alex Knoll at soccer@broadneckyouthsports.com.


            Practice Nights

            Depending on age, teams practice one or two nights a week. If you have practice requests, include them in the comments section when registering; we try to accommodate these requests, but practice nights are at the coaches' choosing, as they are all volunteers, so we cannot guarantee what nights practices will be.


            Age Categories: Please use your child's correct date of birth when registering. Players 12 and up may try out at an older age group as well as their birth-year age group. Please include this information in the comments section when registering. Under no circumstance may any player "play down" into a younger age group.

             
            Referee Workshop
            Posted Jul 30, 2015

            What fouls yield an indirect kick?  Is a goal kick direct or indirect?  Is there offsides on a goal kick?  How much room must be given by an opponent on a throw-in? 

            These questions and more will be answered by CASRA referee coordinator Garrett Tucker in a FIFA Laws of the Game seminar Sunday,  February 26, 1-3pm at Annapolis Middle School.

            This is a great workshop for coaches and parents alike, as well as teens interested in coaching BAYS' Intramural teams.

            Free Rules of Soccer - Hosted by Referee Garrett Tucker

            February 26th, 1pm-3pm

            Join CASRA Assignor and USSF State Referee Instructor, Garrett Tucker for an overview of soccer rules that impact your son, daughter, player and/or teams. The 2-hour seminar will provide education on rules of the game, their application and interpretation for the parent and/or coach. Topics include: Offside, Throw-Ins, Dangerous Play, Goal Keeper restrictions, Handling. Information will be presented through a Power Point.

            Please come with questions but hold them until the end during the alloted Q&A time.

            Free to Attend

            Event Address: Annapolis Middle School - Cafeteria


            RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/f7DhglMxuGqvnlJL2
            (Walk-ins welcome)

             

             

             


             
            Coach's Score Reporting
            Posted May 7, 2018

            Follow this link to enter your game scores.
            http://www.broadneckyouthsports.com/bays-score-reporting

             
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                  CONCUSSION AWARENESS

                  BAYS in compliance with Maryland law must provide coaches, players, and parents with information on sports related concussions. All players and parents must read and acknowledge the Anne arundel county concussion awareness form to be eligible to participate: Anne Arundel County Concussion Awareness

                  Below is additional information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

                  Parents Fact Sheet

                  Coaches Fact Sheet

                  Coaches Online Training Course

                  Heads Up -Information

                   
                  Summer HS League
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                    Age Group Calculator

                    Confused about your child's age group? Use this handy Youth Soccer Age Group calculator.

                     
                    Age Realignment

                    Beginning with the 2016-17 soccer season, US Soccer has mandated a change in registration birth dates. No longer will age groups be aligned under the confusing Aug 1 to July 31 standard that we have all grown accustomed to. Instead, players will now register according to their year of birth: 2004, 2005, etc.

                    << Click here to read more >>

                     
                     
                    2017 Boys Summer HS Soccer League
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