In an effort to thank our members for their support and loyalty, the 2019 fees have remained the same as last summer.
The 2019 Spring and Summer Season registration begins January 16th with an Early Bird discount of $50 available until end of day February 15th, 2019.
Assessments (try-outs) will take place between February 23 to March 7, 2019 for all players participating in U9 to U18 age categories. Assessments for U5 to U8 are open sessions as there is no player selection in these categories. Assessment schedule can be found on our website's home page as well as under our Assessment page. Important: It is vital to read all assessment polices and procedure as it will provide vital information on such things as "check in" process on try-out days, refund policies of registrations as well as other details. Please read the assessment information by clicking here.
Junior Hornets (U5&U6 - U7&U8) do participate during the assessment period but as their first regular sessions. For more information on Junior Hornets programing such as program length, start and end dates please click here. * Please note that Junior Hornets will have separate registration periods for spring programming and summer programming.
U9 to U18 Spring schedule will be posted online once assessments have been completed and teams are formed. Schedules will be posted on our website's home page as emailed to team coaching staff. Outdoor summer practice schedules will be posted in April.
|Rates||January 15 - February 15||After February 15|
|(Early Bird)||(Regular Rate)|
|U5&U6 - Spring||$75||$90|
|U5&U6 - Summer||$110||$150|
|U7&U8 - Spring||$145||$160|
|U7&U8 - Summer||$180||$220|
|U09-U12 - Summer||$465||$515|
|U13-U18 - Summer||$540||$590|
For our refund policy please click here.
What additional costs can I expect?
In addition to the Club Registration fee, each player must purchase a Hornets uniform kit at the cost of approx. of $60, and mandatory soccer equipment such as cleats, shin guards and a soccer ball.
Team fees are agreed in consultation with team management. This includes, but is not limited to: coaching fees, equipment, tournament costs, and costs associated with mandatory gym and/or dome sessions during Spring training.
Fund raising events and campaigns are encouraged, and should be considered an important way to defray team fee costs.