What does my registration fee cover?
CDO Registration fees cover a variety of expenses that are incurred during the year - it is an annual fee, not a seasonal fee. These costs are similar across most clubs and associations in Tucson and Oro Valley, so here is a breakdown of the things your registration fee pays for:
State registration - The cost of registering players with the Arizona Youth Soccer Association (AYSA), which includes player insurance.
PCJSL registration - The cost of registering players with the Pima County Junior Soccer League (PCJSL), the place where the majority of CDO teams will play their league soccer.
Referee fees for the approximately 10-15 league games most teams will play over the course of the year.
Field set -up fees for league games - the cost of having someone go and set up the nets and corner flags at PCJSL games throughout Tucson.
Floodlight and facility fees for training and games at Riverfront Park - Oro Valley charges us for the use of the fields and the lights.
Club administration - for expenses such as office supplies, website, day to day expenses incurred by the club.
Coach education budget - to help improve the quality of coaching, CDO allocates a budget for education to allow both professional and volunteer coaches to take part in licensing and further education courses.
Equipment budget - to provide training materials and supplies to our coaches, such as cones, pinnies, speed ladders and other miscellaneous equipment.
CDO soccer club is a non profit organization (501 (c)(3)) under the Pima county Soccer League (TAX ID EIN 51-0166697)