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Registrations Open for Fall 2014       On-time Deadline is July 5
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Welcome to the Big Walnut Soccer Association! 

Many of your questions can be answered in the following pages, but feel free to contact us if there is anything else you require!


Our Mission

The Big Walnut Soccer Association (BWSA) is a non-profit recreational league for children ages 4-14 in the Big Walnut area and surrounding communities. The BWSA is dedicated to the education of soccer and good sportsmanship in a fun, community environment. Players are taught the value of hard work, perseverance, teamwork and respect. We strive to create a positive, energetic learning experience for children and parents as well.

The BWSA is a totally volunteer organization and we are constantly in need of parents of younger children to join as coaches and board members and grow with their children and the league.

The BWSA has two seasons each year. The Fall Season runs from August through October with the application deadline in early July, while the Spring Season runs from March through May with the application deadline in early February. Participants must both register and pay the appropriate fee for each season separately.  

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Registration for Fall 2014
06/03/2014
Fall 2014 Registrations Open Registrations for the Recreational...
PARENTS' GUIDE TO US YOUTH SOCCER
12/19/2012
  PLAYERS CODE: • Play the game for the game’s...
 
Registration for Fall 2014
by posted 06/03/2014
 

Fall 2014 Registrations Open

Registrations for the Recreational League are open with an on-time deadline of July 5. We will continue to accept registrations until divisions are filled on a first come basis.

 

After Registration

 

Although it seems that registration and the following deadline are quite early in the process, it takes time to get a critical mass of participants signed up. Until that point, we cannot determine the number of teams that we can create within a particular age group and then the number of coaches we will need to lead those teams. The more parents that volunteer for those positions, the easier it is for us to define these issues. 

 

You will be contacted by your child’s coach with practice information after our coaches meeting in late August. Refer to the web site to stay informed as to when that exact date will be. Games will begin on the first Saturday after Labor Day and will run through the end of October.  


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PARENTS' GUIDE TO US YOUTH SOCCER
by posted 12/19/2012
 

 

PLAYERS CODE:

Play the game for the game’s sake.

Be generous when you win.

Be graceful when you lose. 

Be fair always no matter what the cost.

Obey the laws of the game.

Work for the good of your team.

Accept the decisions of the officials with good grace.

Believe in the honesty of your opponents.

Conduct yourself with honor and dignity.

 

PLAYERS RIGHTS:

The right to decide when to participate in soccer.

The right to play in every game. At younger ages, every child should have an 

    opportunity to play at least 50% of every game. No child should have to stand 

    and watch at practice.

The right to be taught the fundamentals of soccer.

The right to participate in a safe and healthy environment.

The right to play as a child and enjoy participation in the sport.

 

PARENT’S ROLE:

Provide transportation to and from all practices and games ensuring that the player 

    is prompt not only in arriving but also his/her departure.

Stay and watch practices, as well as, games and lend the young players your support 

    in a positive manner. Do not point out their mistakes, leave that up to the coach, but 

    dwell on their accomplishments, as well as, their efforts.

If unable to attend the practice or game encourage your child not to talk to or leave 

    with strangers.

Ensure your child brings equipment to and from all soccer games and practices when 

    appropriate.

Be available to kick the ball around with your child when you are invited to do so.

Avoid material rewards. Build an attitude of “the rewards lie in the fun of being able 

    to play” and team accomplishments.

Be a good listener. Make them feel important and let them know that they are 

    contributing to a team effort.

Be positive. Never criticize.

ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO BE A CHILD.

 

GUIDES TO SOCCER PARENTHOOD:

In competition, someone always loses. If you win, do it gracefully, not boastfully.

If you lose, do not allow your child to become negative.

Too much competition, too soon, can slow down a child’s progress in skill 

    development.

Make fun and technique development your first priority.

Your child’s coach will need all the support and help you can offer. Please, make 

    yourself available and volunteer all the time you can spare.

Disagreements with the coach or officials do not belong on the public soccer field.

Questions, input, and positive suggestions should be voiced to the coach and/or 

    League official in an adult atmosphere (the youth player should not be present).

The overall purpose is to enjoy the game and the opportunity to be with your child 

    on the field of play.


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Field 10 Pre-K A - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 11 2-3 grade - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 12 4-5 grade - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 13 Practice Field - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 2 MSSA West - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 3 U9 & U10 - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 4 Pre-K B - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 5 Boy's K-1 - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 6 U9 & U10 - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 7 Girl's K-1 - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
Field 8 U11 & U12 - Galena OPEN (7/26) 
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