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Just a reminder that the roster freeze for us
was on March 20th
at 4:00 PM. Nothing can be done after that date or time.
2015 Fall League Applications Available on
Fall League Page
2015 Spring League Schedules
Soccer Page (Not PSC)
Father Judge Soccer Camps
4th Annual Total Soccer Camp
14th Annual Judge Soccer Camp
The Irish National Soccer Camp
is returning to Torresdale Boys
Club in 2015!!
TBC is the exclusive Philadelphia location for this
stellar soccer camp this summer. There is no other camp
available that will provide this level of professional
training this summer.
Irish National soccer camps are open to Boys
and Girls players age 7 to 15. The staff is
comprised of current and former professional players.
The camp is scheduled July 20th to the 24th
8am to 1pm at TBC
. All players from all
clubs welcome for this great week of training!
www.irishsoccercamps.com to learn more about the
camp. Attached is the registration form. Checks should
be written to Montco Select.
Please mail all payments to:
1230 Standwood Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19111
The cost is $200 for the week and includes professional
training, camp shirt, and camp ball.
We will hold one in-person registration at TBC on
Saturday May 16th from 11am - 1pm. Registration
deadline is June 1st.
Please contact me with any questions. And spread the
TBC Girls Soccer Director
This summer Philadelphia
Soccer Club will be hosting a 3v3 Live tournament
scheduled for Saturday July 11th. It will be a one day
tournament for ages U6 through adult. If you haven't
been to or heard about this tournament please see the
link below for more information.
Early registration deadline
is June 11th so start signing your teams up now. If you
have any questions please email Chris McKenna at
email@example.com or the contact from 3v3
Live listed on the website below.
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Eastern Pennsylvania Soccer Centennial Celebration
Table Reservation Form (PD)
Dear member clubs and organizations-
The RG1 (Status) is live now for the 2015 - 2016 season. Clubs can now
go in and start the process of registering their club for the new playing
Online Registration 2015-16
Please note, your Risk Management Director and Travel Registrar will
have access to the Risk Management section of our system. They will be
able to see all head coaches, assistant coaches, team managers that have
gone into the system and completed their Risk Management so they can be
added to a team roster. This will help clubs track all appropriate team
personnel have completed their background checks from the state. You can
use the system as a resource to help cross check that you have all
Please make sure that you have their clearances on file before you add
them to a roster. Good luck to all teams this upcoming season.
Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer
To Eastern Pennyslvania Youth Soccer members and
This memo will provide a brief overview to further clarify the
requirements for compliance with the new child protection laws in
Pennsylvania. Each member organization should familiarize themselves
with the information on these matters provided by the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania. The best resource is the website they created, www.keepkidssafe.pa.gov
Volunteers requiring clearances are those “acting in lieu of a
parent” or having direct contact where they provide care, supervision,
guidance or control of children or have routine interaction with
- Beginning July 1, all adults 18 years and older applying for an
unpaid position as a volunteer responsible for the welfare of a child
and having direct contact with children, must have clearances that
- PA Child Abuse History clearance ($10)
- PA State Police Criminal Records Check ($10)
- An FBI Criminal Background Check if you have not been a
continuous resident of Pennsylvania for 10 years ($27.50)
- Volunteers not requiring an FBI check, and have been a continuous
resident of PA for the last ten years, must swear or affirm in writing
that they have no other convictions that would disqualify them.
- Clearances are required prior to the commencement of service.
- Volunteers between the ages of 14-17 are NOT required to have
clearances. Adults (18 and up) who only volunteer one time, are
NOT required to have clearances.
- Each organization must keep records of volunteer/employee clearances
- All adults (within the context of the new laws) are “mandatory
reporters.” Volunteers are not required to have child abuse training or
certification, although it is recommended.
- Organizations may choose to pay for their volunteers to complete the
background checks. Organizations may set up a business account
through the Child Welfare Information Solution or by contacting the PA
- The clearances are good for 36 months. They are portable and
may be used with other organizations.
- Volunteers who do not reside in PA have a 30 day provisional status,
so long as they provide clearances from the state or country where they
reside. Longer than 30 days requires the clearances stated above.
- Employees, including independent contractors, must have all three
- Employee- 14 years or older applying for a paid position
responsible for the welfare of a child or having direct contact with
- Referees, trainers, camp staff etc… would be considered as
employees in this context.
At present, the Child Abuse History Clearance may take 14 days for
volunteers. The State Police records check is, or should be,
instantaneous. Please plan accordingly.
We will continue to refine our state risk management policy as the laws
and compliance continues to evolve. Our current standards for
disqualification will remain in accordance with US Youth Soccer and US
Soccer policy: conviction of a felony, crime of violence or a criminal
offense against a person. The state association reserves the right
to institute stricter guidelines and additional
All organizations will be required to affirm their compliance with
these laws. For travel programs, all adults who seek to be placed on
a roster will continue to register themselves through our risk management
portal. Adults who have not obtained their clearances will not be
placed on a roster.
We will continue to work with members of the state legislature to
refine the laws and procedures to reduce unintended consequences and
enhance the safety of our children. We recommend that you visit with
your local state representative as well. If you have further
questions, we will assist as best we can but will also refer you to the
appropriate authorities. Again, for more in depth information,
please visit www.keepkidssafe.pa.gov.
Thank you for your understanding,
Chief Executive Officer
Register Now for Intermediate Clinics
training counts towards 2016
This is a reminder to all referees to
register for an Intermediate Clinic if
you have not already. Walk-ins are not
allowed and Eastern Pa is no longer
accepting testing from other states.
1/31/15 @ Twin
Valley High School, Elverson PA
2/01/15 @ Crowne Plaza, King of
2/07/15 @ Holiday Inn Conference
Center, Allentown PA
2/08/15 @ Dickinson College, Carlisle
5/31/15 @ Twin
Valley High School, Elverson PA
10/31/15 @ Geisinger Medical Center,
11/01/15 @ Keystone Job Center, Drums PA
Important Notice - For
those individuals whose first
badge was 2014, you must attend
a clinic in 2015 in order to
re-certify for 2016.
These clinics are geared for
current active referees (grades
8, 9, 15 & 16) who need to meet
the 5 hours of instruction
requirement for 2016.
Passing grade for recert test
There are no refunds for missed
classes, or transfer of
registration fees to other
classes, unless the class is
cancelled by EPSARC.
For general registration questions
contact Joanne Neal, Office Manager,
firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our
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