Mini Player Registration Form (U8-U12) 2018
This new Player Registration Form should be used by House League Club Mini players only affiliated with the ECSA/OSA to handle player registration. All three pages have to be printed on the white paper, filled out and signed by the player or player's parent/guardian.
This new Player Registration Form should be used by Clubs and Leagues affiliated with the ECSA/OSA to handle player registration. All three pages have to be printed on the white paper, filled out and signed by the player or player's parent/guardian.
Each administrator in a League, Club and District Association is required to complete the Administrator Registration Form, and is not considered to be registered until such time as the Form has been completed, the registration entered in IT SoccerNet and validated by the appropriate Governing Organization.
Each coach is required to complete the Coach Registration Form, and is not considered to be registered until such time as the Form has been completed, the registration entered in IT SoccerNet and validated by the appropriate Governing Organization.
This form is to be used by Referees who have registered to referee in the Province of Ontario in the past 2 years.Windsor Wheels Soccer Club (WWSC) invites you to play soccer with us in Spring and Summer 2012. WWSC has over a 27 year tradition of providing its members a quality program. WWSC is a non-profit organization, governed by a volunteer board of directors under the auspices of the Essex County Soccer League.
Windsor Wheels Soccer Club (WWSC) is a competitive and recreational soccer program serving the Windsor and Essex County area. It is our mission to promote, provide and teach soccer in the Spirit of the Game, of "FUN, FAIRNESS and SAFETY". We strive to provide the best competition for all players, boys and girls ages 4-18, at their level of play.
When a player has an offer to play on their respective team, the coach will indicate the fees payable for their age group.
Players will receive a jersey, shorts, socks (each year)
Play is competitive while using the Long Term Player Development (LTPD) Model (U4-U12). Teams practice to game ratio is 2:1 per week. Soccer is a team sport and therefore it is important to be committed to the practices and games notifying your coach when you cannot be there. If you anticipate conflicts with other summer sports, it is expected that soccer is your highest priority. If possible it is best to notify your coach at the earliest time if you have planned a vacation. Please plan accordingly and let your coach know before the seasonstarts if you plan on being away.
Each player/team will receive at least 3-5 hours of training with their coach during the Outdoor season and 2 hours of training during the Indoor season per week.
WHEN: The season begins in May and ends in August, followed by a wrap up day (U8-U12) and district playoffs for older than U13 and up (in September).
We encourage payment of registration as soon as possible. and is required after players are selected for their respective team. If you need assistance for payment of fees, please contact www.kidssport.ca or Canadian Tire Jumpstart or contact your respective coach for direction in this matter. These programs require proof of financial need to help you pay for your child to play.
Please note that the Player's registration form must also be completed with payment. If the player does not have a player pass-book (check with your coach) then a wallet sized photograph and a photocopy of the birth certificate must also be completed and registered with ECSA.
THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE MOST COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE OUTDOOR SEASON. IF YOU CANNOT FIND THE ANSWERS THAT YOU ARE SEEKING IN THIS DOCUMENT, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO contact us at
1. How do I register my child?All Players will receive a registration package. The registration forms must be completed and signed by the parent/guardian and are not considered complete until payment is arranged and paid.
2. When does the Outdoor Season begin?The 2017 Outdoor season will begin in May and continues through to the end of September. All games will be played in Windsor and Essex County. The practices will be at Superior Park and other nearby South Windsor fields when required.
3. What happens now that my child is registered?
Once tryouts are completed, registration is completed and you will be contacted with schedule.
4. What equipment must I provide for my child to play soccer?
Shin guards are mandatory and soccer shoes (cleats) are recommended both of which are not provided by the WWSC.
5. If something unforeseen happens, can I get a refund of my registration fee?
Request for refund must be made in writing to the Windsor Wheels Soccer Club. All requests for refunds must be submitted before May 31, 2016. No refunds will be issued after this date. A $50 administrative fee will be assessed on all refunds regardless of circumstances, please allow 4-6 weeks for a refund cheque to be processed.If a deposit was given to hold your spot on a team, the deposit is nonrefundable.
6. What do I do if I want to coach or volunteer for the WWSC?
We are always on the lookout for new volunteers to help coach, convene or help the club in many of its volunteer positions. We appreciate and NEED your help! Please contact
and let us know where you would like to help.
7. Are WWSC Board members or Coaches paid to provide this service?
All WWSC Board members and Coaches are volunteers; they are not paid for any of the services they provide.
8. Where does the money from our registration fee go?
We have four revenue streams for income and nine main cost centres allocated to our expenses, which have been utilized in our budgeting process for the 2017/18 season. The Charts below show the breakdown of our forecasted Expenses and Income for the upcoming season.