REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Online registration is opening April 1st There will be three dates for
in-person registration: Sunday, April 21st 12-2pm, Sunday, May 5th 12-2pm, and Sunday, June
2nd 12-2pm. In-person registration will take place at The Fozen One on Mile Hill Rd in Port Orchard. Please bring a
copy of your child's birth certificate if you are new to SKSC or do not have one on file.
Registration fees are: Micro---$100, Mod---$135, and Regulation---$150
The increase in prices this season reflects the increase in uniform costs along with increases in state, association and field rental fees.
Same team registration deadline and team mate request deadline are June 2nd. Team mate requests will be accepted for U9 and below only. Please
make certain that your requests are for players of the same gender and age level as your child. We will not accept coach requests. Requests are not guaranteed and are on a first come basis. All
registrations received after June 1st will be randomly placed. Registration cutoff is June 15th
This year, as in past, we have received many requests for greater referee coverage in all age brackets. Our goal is to cover more of our games with referees. To
train the referees we have to a higher level as well. We need to help ourselves in this effort. We ask the help of our Jr. High and High School students, parents, neighbors and friends.
The referees we see at games are paid modestly for their work. These referees are not career refs, but youth and adults like those in all of our
families. We need more referees and many of us may know someone that can fill this vital, important role. Refereeing a few games can have a meaningful impact for our youth and improve our
There are clinics offered throughout the year posted on the WSYSA site. Most classes are one day or evening and the club re-reimburses the cost of the training
upon completion. Youth 12 and up are eligible and it is a great first job. Refs are paid for their work and can choose the games that best suit their schedule. Other incentives will also be
The benefit to our club is twofold: We as parents or older siblings can watch our friends and family play soccer and get paid in doing so. The larger benefit is
that, once trained, you can provide a quality soccer experience to a young team. Our young players need guidance towards playing within the rules and keep the game safe. The classes will be posted on the WSYSA site and we are planning on holding at least one if not two classes, right here in Kitsap. The class depends on
confirmed registrations, so let us know if you are interested. There are referee mentors and people to help you with your first game. Please contact our VP of Comp, Jason Pinard at CoachPinard@gmail.com with questions or