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For Spring 2024 Rep/Dev season the age levels are as follows:
U10 = 2014 U14 = 2008
U11 = 2013 U15 = 2007
U12 = 2010 U16 = 2006
U13 = 2009 U17 = 2005
The Development and Rep Program is for players interested in taking their soccer game to the next level with an increased time, effort and energy commitment to their team. Play is more competitive with focus on developing technical skills. Dev and Rep Teams will practice throughout the Fall, Winter and Spring. Teams in this program have the option of playing in tournaments or playing in the Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League (TOYSL) with travel in the Okanagan/Shuswap region April to June 2023.
All players interested in Dev/Rep MUST register online at www.revsoccer.com. Payment can be made online.
The full year cost of Rep/Dev is $220 per player. The fee includes player insurance, House fees (for 2010 through 2013 players), referee fees, TOYSL fees, equipment and player uniforms. A refund will be issued should the player not be successful or no team is available in the age category. Teams practice indoors in school gyms during the Winter and early Spring. Practice days and times are determined by the Rep/Dev Coach and gym space availability.
Indoor Practice Times for Winter 2024:
Questions about programs or registration can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note: there will be no Mass Registration held at the Community Centre this year.
RYSA Rep/Dev Program MISSION STATEMENT:
RYSA supports a Development/Rep soccer program structure where players can be involved in the game at a technical degree that is beyond the regular House program. The objective of the Development/Rep program is to encourage further skill development within a positive and challenging teaching environment.
Providing that coaches and players are available, RYSA’s goals are to….
RYSA may combine age groups for Development/REP teams as necessary.
RYSA aims to form teams that will allow the greatest number of players to play the beautiful game at each level of soccer. Due to our smaller population, RYSA typically has to combine more than one age group to form a team. The RYSA Board and Coaches meet to coordinate the teams following registration. In an ideal world, we would have enough players to form competitive teams throughout, however registration numbers are usually what dictate what our teams will be composed of. Our focus is to create competitive teams where children can learn and develop their skills.