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Welcome to Redoubt Soccer Association


What are the seasons for soccer and how often do I register? 
Redoubt Soccer has fall and spring soccer seasons.  Typically, the fall season begins the last week of August and the spring season begins the first week in March.  Seasons run for 8-9 weeks.  Registration usually begins approximately 6 weeks prior to the first game.  Check our calendar and announcements for registration dates.

What are the office hours? 
We would like to have “office hours” for people to contact someone for Redoubt.  However, we are all volunteer parents and cannot always be at the main Redoubt office.  If you would be interested in volunteering to be in the office (heat and air) during your child’s practice time, contact us at [email protected] .  Because we are volunteers, e-mails will be returned as soon as possible.

What are the fees?
Redoubt maintains the complex through generous sponsorship and player fees.  

U8  & Up - $130  

*The fee covers a uniform jersey, end of season trophy, end of season party at the complex (pizza & inflatables).

How can I become a Coach or Volunteer? 
You can approach any board member personally with an indication of your willingness to volunteer. Contact us at [email protected].  Our coaches are a very important volunteer asset to Redoubt.  Prior to each season beginning, a coach’s meeting is held in which the Director of Coach and Player Development will provide information about recreational coaching techniques.  Examples of soccer drills to develop passing, receiving, dribbling, shooting, ball control, defending and tactical ability will be provided.  

How will I find out what team I am on? 
You should hear from your coach after their coaches’ meeting and prior to the practice start date.  At the meeting, practice schedules are finalized and coaches receive their team rosters. Due to registration numbers, and coaching availability, some teams are not finalized until Play Day. Coaches will begin to notify parents regarding practice days/times by phone or email prior to the first practice day. If you still have not been contacted by a coach, please contact Redoubt Soccer at [email protected].  Please let your coach know if you do not check e-mails frequently so they can make sure you receive all information on a timely basis.

Can I make team requests? 
Unfortunately, when coaches, players and/or parents start choosing up whole teams, the teams can become unbalanced--this isn’t much fun and defeats the purpose of our recreational program. Additionally, one of the benefits of recreational soccer is making new friends, experiencing new coaches and new techniques.  We will look at team requests to see if they can be honored.  Please note this in the "Special Requests" section of your registration. 

Why am I not receiving emails from Redoubt?
Please update your contact information in your account.  Often, members email addresses change and are not updated in our system.

When will I get the game schedule?
The game schedule will be determined after the teams have been formed.  Expect the game schedule to be posted on the website the week before games begin. 
What are the times and days of practices? 
Depending on the work or personal schedules of our coaches, they will pick the best day and time they can be at the field. Teams will practice one night a week, starting the week after Play Day. Practices times usually run 1 hour from 5:45-6:45 & 6:45-7:45. 
Remember practice is vital towards learning new soccer skills and team spirit.
What happens during the event of inclement weather? 
If the weather is questionable, or there was heavy rain anytime within the 48 hours prior to your game or practice, please check the Redoubt Soccer website.  The website will be updated by 3 pm on weekdays and 7 am on Saturdays.  If there is no message on the internet indicating a change in schedule due to bad weather, please assume that practices will be held or games will be played as scheduled.  On game day, if the weather worsens, the referee may be forced to make a call upon arrival to the field.  If a game is called for inclement weather, the game will be made up following our rain-out schedule the following week typically during the regularly scheduled practice time on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday evenings for teams U8 and up.


What is the refund policy?

There is a $10 administration fee that is charged on all refunds.  If you request a refund prior to the first game, the registration fee will be refunded in full, less the administration fee.  If you received a uniform, it must be returned before the refund will be issued.  No refunds will be issued after the first week of games.  All refund requests must be addressed in writing to the Treasurer and must be made no later than after the first game week.  All requests must be made in writing via e-mail to [email protected].   

PLEASE NOTE:  If you registered on-line, the additional card-processing fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.  If you registered late, the late fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Only the actual registration fees are subject to refund. Please allow 3-6 WEEKS to process all refund requests.


Do you have a discount for siblings? 
Yes, the family maximum fee is $250. The children must all live in the same household and must all be able to be claimed on your taxes. EXCLUDES Soccer Shots.

What is the uniform?
Registered players for the U6 (games only) will be given a team jersey only.  U8 and above will be given a team jersey, shorts, and socks.  Shin guards are required for ALL age groups with soccer socks fitting over the shin guards.  Soccer cleats are not required but are HIGHLY recommended, especially for U8 and above; athletic shoes are acceptable.  Other cleats from other sports are not allowed.      

Who are the referees?
We are participating in a recreational league. This is where the referees get their start and learn how to referee. They have all taken an extensive weekend course on refereeing and have played soccer themselves. They love the game and want to do their best for your games. However, if you see problems with calls, etc., please let the Director of Referees know so that we can use that as a teachable moment. We require that ALL criticism to be left off the field.  Remember this is a fun league too!    

What size ball do I need?
For practices you should have your own soccer ball in the appropriate size. U8 uses a 3,  U10 - U12 a 4 size ball and U14 & up size 5 ball.

What else do I need? 
Appropriate soccer shin guards are mandatory. Players without shin guards may not practice or play in games. Shin guards must be worn under the socks. Players must always bring water to each practice and game. No jewelry or metal hair bands of any kind are permitted. Earrings must be removed prior to the start of any practice or game; they cannot be taped over. Plaster or metal casts may not be worn for practices or games.  Soft wraps worn for support are ok. Soccer cleats are the footwear HIGHLY recommended for U8 and above.

What is expected of parents and spectators?  
It is up to the coach to notify the Commissioner of their age group if a parent is consistently disruptive to the game and the enjoyment of the other players and parents. Parents need to speak positively to all players and let the coach mentor the kids in a way that will keep up their confidence.

Will my child have an end of season “tournament”? 
The Redoubt Rally is our end of season tournament for U8 and up. 

Do the players receive trophies?
At the end of the fall and spring season, all players will receive a trophy for participation. Pictures will be available if you had your players photo taken earlier in the season.

Do volunteers need a back ground check?  

Yes, every volunteer at Redoubt MUST complete an online volunteer disclosure form.  Click on the link provided Tennessee State Soccer Volunteer Disclosure Link

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