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Welcome to the Rocklin FC Recreational Soccer Page

Rocklin FC Recreational Soccer provides Rocklin youth the opportunity to learn and play the game of soccer.  The program is a volunteer run  program and open to boys and girls born between the years of 2002-2015.  The season consists of 10 games starting in late August and approximately 2 practices a week starting in late July.


If you are interested in coaching, please make sure you fill out the coaching profile when registering your player or contact us at recregistrar@rocklinfc.org.


We look forward to a great season with you and your soccer player.

Team Selection

Teams are comprised through the consideration of many factors. They are primarily, but not limited to:

  • Age
  • Returning to previous year’s team
  • School child attends
  • Special Requests submitted at the time of registration

Team Rosters

Each coach shall keep with him/her an official team roster listing all active players for that season.
The following roster minimum / maximums will be followed:

  • U6 - U8: 8 players maximum (4 on the field)
  • U9 - U10: 14 players maximum (7 on the field)
  • U11 - U12: 18 players maximum (9 on the field)
  • U13 and up: 18 players maximum (11 on the field)

No team roster will be changed without prior approval from the Club Registrar. Amended rosters will be sent out to the head coach once a change has been authorized. This includes, but is not limited to, any add, transfer or removal of players or coaches.

If a transfer is granted between teams after the official roster has been submitted to CYSA then the player will incur a transfer fee as set forth by District VI and Rocklin FC rec fees & policies. Proper transfer forms must be completed by both the releasing team and the team receiving the transferee. Forms and guidelines may be obtained by the Club Registrar.

Team Names

No team name can be changed after official rosters have been handed out. Team names are chosen prior to the beginning of the season. No duplicate names shall be used in the Club. This allows for clarification in all club information which names are used (schedules, pictures, sponsorships, etc.).

Practice

Practice begins in late July, and will be held at a park or school in Rocklin. Practice times, days, and locations will be requested by coaches and determined by the Club. Players will be contacted in mid July directly by their coaches regarding practice times and locations. Players are unable to request a certain practice time or location at time of registration as these are assigned directly to coaches after the rosters have already been finalized. Coaches may start practice as early as July 22 , others may wait until August, or after school starts. Most coaches practice twice per week on a weeknight 4, 5, 6 or 7pm. Some coaches go to only one practice per week once games start, and some stop practicing during week near or after daylight savings time. Older teams may decide to continue to practice twice per week throughout.

Uniforms

Uniforms are to be purchased by the player. Kombat Soccer carries our current Rocklin FC rec soccer uniforms.

Kombat Soccer
1230 Sunset Blvd #300, Rocklin, CA 95765
Tuesday – Friday 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday  10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Players will also need to wear shin guards and soccer cleats to all practices and games. Baseball and softball cleats may not be worn for soccer.

Games

Games

Soccer games are held on Saturdays, beginning August 24th and run through November.  After the first five games there is a break weekend and then five more games. Most games will be played in Rocklin, Roseville, Loomis, Granite Bay and Lincoln.  The U16 and U19 age groups play in the Community Playing League that is governed and run by District VI. In the U16 and U19 age groups more travel is required as CPL encompasses all leagues within District VI.

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