Youth League Soccer 2021 ( U11, U13, U15, U18)


Complete program information(tryouts/sorting)for the 2021 season will be posted soon. Our aim to have teams for both boys and girls for all Youth League age groups AND at all levels of competition either as CQ teams or with our sister club Elliot River through our RC (Rambler/Clipper) partnership. 

 

2021 Summer Soccer Registration
Registration for summer soccer can be done online - HERE

 

U11 Summer Program (Players born 2010 & 2011)

Development Emphasis: Individual skills, game awareness and physical literacy within a competitive league environment.

Genders: Separate female and male sessions.

Season Length: May to August.

Game Nights: Practices (TBD) Games Nights

Divisions: Green Division &  White Division

Leadership: There is a club U11 Coordinator to provide guidance. Parent volunteers coach and manage each team. Coaches & Managers are encouraged to have The Respect in Sport and Making Ethical Decision Training. ( see coaching info) The Manager will handle any scheduling issues under the guidance of the Coordinator. prepare a half-time snack schedule & field marshall schedule. If there are any tournaments they would also collect tournament fees and register for the tournaments. They are also there to help to ensure Covid -19 protocols are being followed.   The marshal ensures corner flags are in place for home games and monitor parents to ensure all are respectful to players, coaches and officials at all games.  As this is an introduction to the competitive league, game sheets are used during the game but stats are not kept and there are no provincials but typically a year-end jamboree style tournament.

Overview: The first two weeks of the program would be player assessments organized by our Technical Directors and helpers. The goal is to loosely sort players into two tiers (Green and White). Once players are placed permanently on their team, all teams would practice once a week and will be scheduled to play other Club U11 teams from across the Island, home and away.  At the U11 level players are then club tied.  Meaning they will not be able to register with another club without being released from their home club.

Provided: Jerseys will be provided, please return at the end of the season.

Requirements: Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $170.50

 

U13 Summer Program (Players born 2008 to 2009)

Development Emphasis: Game awareness, individual skill development and athleticism within a competitive league environment.

Genders: Separate female and male teams.

Season Length:  late April to early September depending on the team and tryouts.

Game Day: Game nights

Divisions: U13 - Premier, First and Second

Leadership: Each team has a head coach and manager as well as possibly an assistant coach. Coaches and managers are encouraged to have The Respect in Sport and Making Ethical Decision Training. (see coaching info) The Manager will handle any scheduling issues, will make a schedule for field marshalls, handle tournament fees and registration. Game sheets are used in U13 and must be submitted to Soccer PEI as game stats are posted and there will be provincials held at the end of the year. 

Overview: Tryouts in late April/early May lead to placement either on Premier, Div 1 or Div 2 team. That team practices at least once per week and plays once per week throughout June, July and early August. Games would take place in Hunter River as well as various locations across PEI. In mid to late August, playoffs occur at each division level with championship games usually taking place the last weekend of August or first weekend of September. At this point players are club tied. Meaning they will not be able to register with another club without being released from their home club.

Tryouts: Once registration has finished tryouts will begin.  Players must be registered to participate in tryouts.  Tryouts usually have a fee attached to pay for turf time as they are usually scheduled at the end of April and Central Queens fields are not ready for players yet.  Tryouts may be performed by our Technical Director but are usually done by coaches that have applied and been approved to coach. 

It is the intention of the Central Queens Soccer Association to have teams compete at the highest levels and strive to have teams in every level to ensure players that want to play can play.  Most years we have U13P teams and then at least one or two teams in the First Division and Second Division.  For most clubs if they have a few players that can play at the Premier level they will put in a Premier level team.  After tryouts are completed coaches are assigned to the other teams.  If no coach comes forward, parents must find a coach. Once tryouts are complete, the roster is submitted to Soccer PEI so they can schedule games.  U13 teams play other teams from across PEI and scheduling and referee assignment is done by Soccer PEI.  The game schedule will be posted on Soccer PEI's website. 

Provided: Jerseys will be provided, please return at the end of the season.

Requirements: Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $176.50

 

U15 to U18 Summer Program (Players born 2003 to 2007)

Development Emphasis: Game awareness, individual skill development and athleticism within a competitive league environment.

Genders: Separate female and male teams.

Season Length:  late April to early September depending on the team.

Game Day: Game nights

Leadership: Each team has a head coach and manager as well as possibly assistant coach. Coaches and managers are encouraged to have The Respect in Sport and making Ethical Decision Training. (see coaching info.) The Manager will handle any scheduling issues, will make a schedule for field marshalls, handle tournament fees and registration. Game sheets which must be submitted to Soccer PEI as game stats are posted and there will be provincials held at the end of the year. 

Overview: Tryouts in late April/early May lead to placement on a Premier or Div 1 team. That team practices at least once per week and plays once per week throughout June, July and early August. Games would take place in Hunter River as well as various locations across PEI. In mid to late August, playoffs occur at each age and division level with championship games usually taking place the last weekend of August or first weekend of September.

Tryouts: Once registration has finished tryouts will begin. Players must be registered to participate in tryouts. Tryouts usually have a fee attached to pay for turf time as they are usually scheduled at the end of April and CQ fields are not ready for players yet. Tryouts may be performed by our Technical Director but are usually done by coaches that have applied and been approved to coach. 

It is the intention of the Central Queens Soccer Association to have teams compete at the highest levels and strive to have teams in every level to ensure players that want to play can play. We are able to accomplish this with the help of our district partner and sister club Elliot River. (See below) After tryouts are completed coaches are assigned to the other teams. If no coach comes forward then parents must find a coach. The roster is submitted to Soccer PEI so they can schedule games and assign referees. The game schedule will be posted on Soccer PEIs website.

Provided: Jerseys will be provided, please return at the end of the season.

Requirements: Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $181.50 Additional fees may apply 

 

Senior Women Summer Program (Players born 2002 and older)

Season Length: June to early September 

Game Day: Game Nights

Provided: Jerseys will be provided, please return at the end of the season.

Requirements: Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $187.50

 

Club Tied

Players are club tied once they complete a year of play at the Youth League level, meaning they cannot register with another club without permission and sign-off from the Club President.  Every year Eliot River and Central Queens monitor registration.  If a member of another club tries to register with our clubs that registration is denied and the registration fee refunded.   As mentioned before, our club intends to have teams compete at the highest level to ensure our athletes are able to play at their desired level. Players can transfer without issue if the home club is not able to offer the desired level of play.  They must first register with their home club and the President will work with the club in the district to facilitate the transfer.    Insurance is provided by Soccer PEI to those individuals registered with their home clubs.  If a player is transferred then the insurance follows them.  The Island is separated into districts within Soccer PEI.  Central Queens and Eliot River are in the same district which allows them to offer the RC program.

RC United

Several years ago, Eliot River and Central Queens worked together to create the RC United brand, which stands for Ramblers and Clippers United.  This allows the two clubs to combine to be able to submit teams into competitive leagues when there may not be enough players to submit a Premier team by each individual club but together they can.  Usually, this happens at the U15 and above age groups but has happened at U13.  Each year representatives from each club sit down to review past and current registrations to plan RC United teams to compete in the upcoming season, review coaching applications, and to schedule tryouts. 

The RC United board has been in discussion about the upcoming season and are finalizing our plans.  Once this is done, we will make formal announcement by email to our registered members and on Facebook.  Players must register with their home clubs and then RC works together to create teams.  This has been a great partnership and has allowed us to compete with larger clubs and win provincial championships.  

 

 Rules and Regulations

 Policies - 2.5: Player Moving Up An Age Group

1. Where a player or parent requests that a player moves up an age category, the Executive will appoint a suitable Player Assessment Committee or Individual to determine if the player is qualified to play at the higher level based on a “four corner” approach that includes assessment of the player’s physical (size), technical (skill), mental (maturity), and social/emotional (could make friends) attributes . The committee or individual will present their recommendation to the Executive for a decision.

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