The Insurance/Tryout fee of $25 must be paid prior to a player’s participation in the travel tryouts. This fee can be paid online with a credit card at the time of registration.
If accepted to a U8-U13 team, the remaining program fee will be due by November 1st of that program year. Fees for U14-U19 players are due by January 15th. This fee covers the cost of weekly indoor practices through the winter, field usage fees, registration in Rochester District Youth Soccer League, referee costs and one summer tournament. Players new to the Victor Soccer Club Travel program will receive a complete uniform for the season (blue jersey, white jersey, shorts and a pair of socks). Returning players may purchase any needed uniform articles. The board plans to include a full uniform in the club fees every 2 years.
Additionally, some teams may opt to participate in indoor leagues or more tournaments with players splitting the costs.
** There are no refunds for any Victor Soccer Club programs. The board may consider exceptions that arise from extenuating circumstances.**
What are the Age Requirements for Soccer?
Travel Players who will be at least 8 but no older than 19 on July 31, of the season year are eligible to try out for the Victor Soccer Club Travel program. To determine the appropriate age group to try out with, use the following age matrix set by the United States Youth Soccer Association. Please verify against the Age Matrix located on the RDYSL League Website for official age groups.
When Do Registrations Begin?
Generally, registration takes place online during the month of July or August.
Summer Recreation & Micro Soccer
Late February through May
Fall Recreation & Micro Soccer
Late July through August
What is the Victor Soccer Refund Policy?
There are no refunds for any Victor Soccer Club programs.
The Victor Soccer Club Board may consider exceptions that arise from extenuating circumstances.
An alternate resolution, besides a refund, may be decided.
(Extenuating Circumstances may include: Death in Family, Moving, Financial Burdens, or Health Issues)