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NRASL In House Development Soccer - Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What does the In House Soccer Registration Fee Cover?

  1. The Basic Fee includes:
    - One Ball per coach
    - T Shirt for each Player
    - Player insurance and Coach insurance, provided by OYSAN (The State sponsoring organization)
    - Player fees paid to OYSAN
    - Professional coaching as available
    - NRASL equipment costs (Goals, Cones, etc.)
    - Field Maintenance and development costs (field lining, field improvements, etc.)
    - Referee Fees
    - KidSafe fees paid to the City of North Ridgeville
    - Administrative Fees 

Q: How can I register my child to play soccer with NRASL Soccer?

A: Online registration is now available on this soccer website. You can also visit in-person registration days as well. Registrations are usually Saturdays in February for Spring and Saturdays in July for Fall at the North Ridgeville Public Library. This website will have updates regarding registration.   

Q: If I register, when will my child be playing soccer?
A: The FALL Season begins with practices mid to the end of August, games beginning of September and will finish in the mid October. SPRING games begin in April and end in May.

Q: If I registered last season, do I have to register again?
A: Yes. Before your child may play soccer each season, you must complete a new registration. This process allows us to identify who is playing, account for all players, plan accordingly, and update any player/parent information needed.

Q: Can my child enroll this season if they have never played soccer before (or, it has been several seasons)?
A: Yes. All children are welcome. Recreational soccer is an open environment, which includes players of all skill levels and experience. Games scores are not recorded and no standing are kept.  There is an additional League-Wide Training program for further skill development outside team training that is encouraged to all players.

Q: What happens if I am not able to complete my online registration?
A: You can email us thru our website if you have registration questions.  A league representative will respond to your problem as soon as possible.

Q: What if I want my child to play soccer, but we already know there will be conflicts with the soccer schedule?
A: Many families have schedule conflicts throughout the season. Please discuss known conflicts with your coach as soon as they become apparent to you. Recreational soccer is much more suited to flexibility than the structure & competition of Travel soccer.

Q: What happens to any ‘special requests’ I list when I register my child?
A: All special requests (for team placement, payment, scheduling, Coach requests, etc) will be taken into consideration by the Board and/or coach as appropriate. Our purpose is to serve the families that belong to this organization in the best manner possible. However, please do NOT count on the suggestion being honored until you are notified that this is the case. Managing over 700 players and multiple administrative issues may not permit your request to be fulfilled.

Q: When will I know if my child is registered, what team they are on, and other details about the season?
A: After registration ends Board members will be busy organizing the registration & assisting coaches with setting up the soccer season. Usually players are notified 1-2 weeks prior to the 1st game. 




Q: Where will the games & practices be held?
A: All games will be at the Soccer Complex fields for recreational players. Practices are determined by coaches and vary between Spring and Fall.

Q: How long is the average training (practice) session?
A: Recreational soccer training may last 45 minutes to 1.5 hours, once or twice a week (depending upon the Coach & team).

Q: When will I know when my child’s training sessions will be taking place?
A: Training schedules are completed as soon as possible, but after registration has ended and players have been assigned to Coaches/Teams. The Coach will notify you of your training times before the season begins.

Q: When do training (practice) sessions take place?
A: Training is in the evening, between the hours of 5pm and 9pm, depending on the age of the player, coach scheduling issues, team availability, field schedule conflicts, and daylight savings time.




Q: When are the games played.
A: Recreational games are scheduled on Saturday mornings/afternoons. Typically, (2) weeknight games are also schedule during the season. 


Q: How long are soccer games?
A: Game length varies by age and competition level. Games will last between 45 minutes and 1hr depending on age.


Q: What do I do about obtaining a uniform for my child?
A: Each child is provided a t-shirt.  Shin guards are required but not provided. Socks that cover the shin-guard are required.  Soccer shoes (rubber cleats - no metal) are recommended but not required.  

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