by BCRC, 2019-06-28T09:01:25.000-07:00June 28 2019, at 09:01 AM PDT
Fall 2019 Registration is open.
Use this link for Online registration.
Notify Randy Rupp (current web master) of any typos found on these pages ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
The 9U through 19U teams usually play in the Frederick County Youth Soccer League (FCYSL). While most teams are in Frederick and Washington counties, there are FCYSL teams in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, and Carroll county MD.
Teams have a minimum of 3 home games in an 8 game regular season. The league also holds an optional 2 day end-of-season tournament, usually 1 week after the season ends. This season the tournament will be November 2nd and 3rd, unless the league cancels a regular season weekend due to severe weather. The rain date for the tournament is November 9 and 10. Fall 2019 regular season games start September 7. Last weekend of regular season games is October 26/27. The league tries to schedule most games on Saturdays. There are Sunday games when an age group has an odd number of teams. Sunday games start at 1PM or later. Saturday games start 9 AM or later. Generally the younger age groups start earlier in the day.
Rainout make-up games may be scheduled during the week, but the two coaches involved are the ones that set the time and day for make-up games.
Parents: there is no need to become an eteamz (nor the new name teampages.com) member. All BCRC pages should be viewable by anyone.
Field (pitch) locations – follow this link to the FCYSL page. It has the text directions. Up in the red banner, click on Directions, and the Google entries (arranged by participating areas) will give you a map.
Becoming a referee - the Western Maryland Soccer Officials Association covers the FCYSL games. Their website is http://www.wmsoa.net/, and the following link has information on how to become a certified soccer referee.
During the season:
The phone number for field cancellations is 888-372-3318 (this is the FCYSL hotline number).
Here is a link to some soccer training/tips.
BCRC Soccer would like to thank The Community Foundation of Frederick County for a grant that covered the portable goals (used for games) and the pop-up goals (used at practices).