Fee’s and FAQ’s
2016-2017 West Florida Flames
|Birth Year/Age Group||USA||CDL||NPL/FSPL||ECNL|
|2009 - U08 (7v7)||$625||$625||N/A||N/A|
|2008 - U09 (7v7)||$625||$625||N/A||N/A|
|2007 - U10 (7v7)||$625||$625||N/A||N/A|
|2006 - U11 (9v9)||$775||$775||N/A||N/A|
|2005 - U12 (9v9)||$775||$775||N/A||N/A|
|2005 - U12 (11v11)||N/A||$1,175||$1,175||N/A|
|2004 - U13 (11v11)||$875||$1,175||$1,375||$1,750|
|2003 - U14 (11v11)||$875||$1,175||$1,375||$1,750|
|2002 - U15 (11v11)||$875||$1,175||$1,375||$1,750|
|2001 - U16 (11v11)||$875||$1,175||$1,375||$1,750|
|2000 - U17 (11v11)||$875||$1,175||$1,375||$1,750|
|1998-1999 - U18/19 (11v11)||$875||$1,175||$1,375||$1,500|
The Registration fee does not include the $80 Volunteer Fee. This fee may be earned back by volunteering a total of six (6) hours for various WFF events. Volunteer hours must be prearranged and approved with the Club Administrator(s). The maximum amount to be claimed is $80 (no exceptions)
|Player Registration Fee Includes:||Player Registration Fee DOES NOT Include:|
|Team Fees (paid by the Team)|
|Uniforms (paid by the Player)|
|Uniform Includes: 2 Adidas game jerseys (customized with high end numbers, club crest, and sponsor logo), 2 Adidas game shorts, 2 Adidas game socks, 1 Adidas warm up jacket (customized with a heat applied club crest), 1 Adidas warm up pant, 2 Adidas training jerseys (customized with club crest), 2 Adidas training shorts, 2 Adidas training socks and 2 Adidas training bibs.
Backpack and ball are optional items. Orders for uniforms are placed online via soccer.com. Details will be provided after tryouts.
How do I preregister for tryouts and what does it cost? Visit the tryout page of http://tryouts.fcflames.com and click the link to preregister for tryouts. The tryout is free to all players.
Do I have to attend all tryouts? Yes. The more the coaching staff gets a chance to evaluate your child’s ability, the more likely they are to accurately assess the player’s ability and assign them to the appropriate team.
Should parents attend try-outs? No, parents do not need to attend, but parents may watch the try-out sessions from outside areas of the field and not near the players and coach area. Parents should quietly observe and let the players play without any additional pressure.
How soon will I know if I make the team? Players can be invited as early at the first night of tryouts. A club representative may invite a player at any time during the tryout process or the player may receive an invitation to join the team via email. Players invited must immediately register for the team through a link that will be given to each accepted player.
What if I’m out of town and can’t attend the tryouts? You must contact the respective campus director in this case. Coaches must be able to see the player play or make other arrangements in order to be selected to a team.
What should I bring? Come prepared to train with a soccer ball, cleats, shin guards, and water.
What if it rains? In the case of inclement weather, check the http://tryouts.fcflames.com website for alternate tryout dates. You can also get email or text alerts for our field status by going to http://fcflames.com/fieldstatus
Here is the current status of the fields where Tryouts will be held.
East Lake Sports Complex (EL)
J.C Handly (JCH)
I made the team, what’s next? You may be asked to register at the field or you will receive an email via our gotsoccer.com registration system with instructions on how to register online. You will be required to register and make a non-refundable deposit in order to secure your position on the team. Once registration is complete your coach will hold a team meeting.
How much will it cost to play with West Florida Flames? Total cost will vary by league(s) the team plays in and age group of team.
When will I have to pay my first fee? The first payment of your fees will be due immediately upon registration. The balance of the fees will be broken up into scheduled payments using our Gotsoccer system.
How soon will practice begin after try-outs? The start of training will vary by age group and league of play. This information will be given at the first team meeting.
What days will my team practice and where? Each team will have practice fields and days assigned. The club and coach will advise the team regarding the days, times and length of practices. Normally teams practice two to three times a week for 1.5 to 2 hours.
What Leagues of play will West Florida Flames participate in this season? The West Florida Flames are members of the following leagues: Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), National Premier League/Florida Premier League (NPL/FPL), Florida State Premier League (FSPL), Florida State League (FSL), Club Directors League (CDL), United Soccer Association (USA).
Will we be required to drive to the other campus fields for our team practices? Regional and National Leagues like ECNL, FPL, FSPL, and R3PL players will be expected to drive to the site where the team trains. CDL and USA Leagues will train at their local campus. Academy teams (under 8-10 year olds) will train at their local campus.
What age group will my child be in? There have been some changes this year please read our birth year FAQ