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Competitive Tryouts

All Tryouts Postponed until June

CVFC Recreational Fall Registration

Fall Soccer Registration

CVFC Competitive Soccer Registration Deposit Link

Please click on the link to the Registration Deposit for the 2020-21 soccer season.

FALL REGISTRATION IS OPEN

We hope everyone is safe and healthy with the ongoing health crisis.  We are taking our direction from US Youth Soccer and US Soccer on when soccer activities can start again.  With that in mind, we are planning for the fall season to get your children outside, active and having fun.

RECREATIONAL PLAYER REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW!
Start by clicking Login or Register (to create an account) above and then Register Now below.

Regular Registration - $100 for U6 and U8, $125 for U10 and above.  U6 and U8 will have a discounted uniform.
Early Registration - a $25 discount - Ends June 1 and the discount will be applied at checkout.
Late Registration -a $25 late fee - Starts July 15 and the increase will be applied at checkout.
There is a multiple child discount, but you should add all to the Cart before checkout.  It will be applied automatically.

Coaches can sign up at the same time players are registered.  Or you can use the volunteer sign up page.

Thank you from Capital Valley Futbol Club!
Leave a message: 916-678-0341
Email: info@capvalleyfc.com

YOUTH SOCCER RETURN TO PLAY

UPDATED: June 12, 2020

Dear Cal North Player, Parents, Coaches, League and Club Administrators:
Starting June 1st, Cal North lifted the suspension of play that has been in place due to the COVID-19 virus and pandemic.  The final decision to get back on the field has been returned to local leagues and clubs in every district, county, and city.  The decisions leagues and clubs make to return to play must abide by and be done in conjunction with directives established by the State of California and local county health directors and departments.  Cal North has prepared a number of recommended guidelines to aid leagues and clubs in developing their own unique return to play protocols.

To say that the last three months have been long and arduous for many is a classic understatement.  Like most major events, the pandemic we are dealing with now has forever changed how we approach schooling, work, sporting events, and how our children must learn to deal with such simple matters as playing with their friends and teammates.  Whether it is on a stage in a play, being in a classroom, or on the field in a game with their teammates, how we help our children adapt to “getting back to normal” will be an adjustment for everyone.

Cal North also recommends that leagues and clubs start planning now for a full fall season if you have not already started to do so.  It is important for your league, clubs, and teams that you plan now so that when play is fully opened, you are ready to go.  Returning to play will be accomplished in stages similar to those now established by the State and Counties.  The recommended guidelines and lists of responsibilities we have developed should be used to help each league and club develop their approach to getting players, teams, and coaches back on the field.  Do not forget that using our recommendations to develop the protocols developed by your league or club needs to be applied in conjunction with State and local directives and followed by your coaches, players, and parents.

 

Click here to view the Cal North Return to Play Recommended Guidelines.


Included in the link above are:
  • Return To Play Guidelines, outlining four stages to return to the pitch;
  • These recommendations are based on information provided to us by US Youth Soccer, CDC, the State of California, and local health experts; and, 
  • A listing of responsibilities for Players, Parents, Coaches, Leagues, and Clubs.

Please remember that we must be diligent in our focus, when not playing, to maximize our sanitary and social distancing practices.  

While many are excited to return to play, we understand that families may have circumstances, views, or opinions that compel them to refrain from participation. Out of respect for these families, under no circumstance should a player or family be penalized or otherwise pressured should they choose to not participate under the guidelines developed. We must demonstrate respect and courtesy for everyone’s feelings during this time and ensure that we provide a safe environment as we return to play.

Cal North will continue to partner with the leadership of our Districts, member leagues, and clubs in getting everyone back to full play as soon as possible.  We truly appreciate the leadership the  Cal North soccer community has demonstrated during this unprecedented time.


Yours in Soccer,

Larry Svetich
Cal North Chairman

CVFC Town Hall - June 2020

Thank you everyone who participated in the town hall.  There were lots of good questions.  If you were not able to make it, bellow are the presentation and video of the town hall.

A New Beginning for Capital Valley Soccer with Capital Valley Futbol Club

Hello Soccer Parents!

Thank you for another successful season of soccer! We are proud to inform you about some exciting changes coming to our clubs next year. Starting in 2020, five clubs in our area will partner up to create the Capital Valley Futbol Club (CVFC). The clubs that are forming this new partnership include: Capital Valley United, Carmichael Soccer Club, Citrus Heights Soccer Club, La Sierra Soccer Club, and Mission El Camino Soccer Club. This partnership will strengthen the soccer experience for our players and coaches at all levels of play! Here’s what to expect from this new partnership: 

Things that won’t change: 

  • Teams will be formed the same way. You can stay with the team you are on now. Recreational teams are formed based on location, school, request, etc. 

  • Coaches will be the same

  • Practice and game field locations will all be in the same geographical area

  • Recreational fees will be competitive with what they are now

  • Competitive fees are being reviewed and may change to ensure we can provide first-class programming

Things that will change: 

  • We will have a new name: Capital Valley Futbol Club

  • Our new logo is shown above

  • New uniforms and club colors: we will move to an awesome new uniform package that you will love!

  • Increased coach education to make our coaches even better

  • Increased opportunities for player development to get the best of each player

  • Improved customer care

  • More opportunities to play throughout the year

  • Better connection between our recreational and competitive programs, giving our players more options to find the best fit for their interest and skill level

The intent is for the new club to form in January, 2020. Registration for the Fall recreational season will start in the Spring. Tryouts for our competitive teams will be in May and June. Practices and games for recreational teams will start at the usual time of year.  

CVFC Mission and Vision

Mission (the core of what we offer and who we serve):

We serve all youth in our community by providing the best possible soccer experience with diverse opportunities that give all our children a chance to play and grow from where they are to where they want to be.

Vision (aspirational: what we want to be in the future): 

To be the premier soccer organization in our community where all youth can find a place to play: from entry level to the most advanced levels of play. To have players and their families enjoy a safe, fun and affordable experience while falling in love with the game!

What are our values? 

  • Putting fun first- inspiring a passion for the game guarantees players will want more
  • Making coach education our highest priority investment- better coaches=more fun= better players

  • Providing options and pathways (levels, timing, type of Soccer) for every player, coach, and referee

  • Low cost- everyone can play- find sponsors to help bring down cost/offer financial assistance to families in need

  • Organized administration of our soccer program to ensure easy and efficient participation

  • Being an engaged and proud member of our community

  • Excellence in communications

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