Westside Soccer Club

Westside Soccer Club

Westside Soccer Club is a volunteer run organization that has the vision to grow youth participation and promote quality player development through a love of soccer in our community. We will inspire sportsmanship and fair play in our players, coaches, parents and spectators.

We rely on volunteer coaches/parents to help foster the love of the game of soccer. If you think you would be able to help, please visit our coaches page to register as a coach/assistant coach/volunteer. All coaches/assistant coaches/volunteers must complete both a background check and also current concussion training.

 
OFFICE HOURS

Questions about Westside Soccer?
Contact us during listed business hours:

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday and Thursday: 9:00 am-2:00 pm
4840 SW Western Ave, Suite 1000
Beaverton, OR 97005

You may contact us via email:
westsidesoccerinfo@gmail.com

Or Call us @ 503-352-0180
**emails/voicemails left after office hours, will be answered the next available business day, please expect delays if contacting the office outside office hours.

 
FALL 2019 REGISTRATION: K - 8TH GRADE

Registration is now open ONLINE for the Fall 2019 season:

Age Group Register by July 5th Register July 6th - 19th

Register after July 20th
(as space allows)

K-1st Grade $50 $65 $70
2nd-8th Gade $85 $100 $105
High School Co-ed $85 $100 $105

Please make sure to note age groups and registration deadlines.

Payment is due at time of registration: if you are paying by check, your player's registration will not be complete until payment has been received in the office and placemnt requests will be honored , if possible, based on payment date not registration date.

There are paper registration forms available at the office for those without access to computers.

Questions? Please send us an email @ westsidesoccerinfo@gmail.com or call us @ 503-352-0180

 
THPRD Residency Requirement

All players participating with Westside Soccer Club must have a current THPRD account and THPRD ID number to register for the season. Players that reside outside of the THPRD boundaries will need to pay the THPRD out-of-district assessment fee for the season.

To verify in-district or out-of-district residency status, please visit

www.thprd.org/activities/
residencyinfo.cfm

or call the THPRD Athletic Center, 503-629-6330 for more information.

**The "out of district" assessment fee is administered, collected and monitored by THPRD, not Westside Soccer Club. This fee is in addition to your registration fee with Westside Soccer Club and is set by the THPRD district. The fee schedule is listed on the website posted above, or you may call their information line for questions***

 
Concussion Policy

CONCUSSION INFORMATION:

A concussion is a brain injury. Concussions are caused by a bump or blow to the head and can be serious. You can't see a concussion. Signs and symptoms can appear immediately after the injury or sometimes not until days/weeks later. If your child reports any symptoms or a concussion, or if you notice the symtoms, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. If your child receives a concussion, or exhibits the signs or symptoms, they will be removed from play and will NOT be allowed to return to practice/games until cleared by a medical professional.

(You will be given a "Concussion Awareness" handout from your coach. Your signature, during the registration process and on the medical waiver, confirms that you received and understand the concussion information.)

Oregon Concussion Law

Concussion Fact Sheet for Coaches

Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents

Concussion Symptoms Poster

 
Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse
Mandatory Reporting Policy
On February 14, 2018, the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017 was signed into law. The bill amends the Victims of Child Abuse Act of 1990 to extend the duty to report suspected child abuse, including sexual abuse, within 24 hours to all adults who are authorized to interact with minor or amateur athletes by a national governing body, a member of a national governing body, or an amateur sports organization that participates in interstate or international amateur athletic competition. For more information on the bill please go to: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/s534. To comply with this law all of Westside Soccer Club’s board members, administrators, coaches and volunteers complete SafeSport training. SafeSport’s website is https://safesport.org/training. Note, ALL athletes turning 18 during the Fall season must also complete the SafeSport training. Please refer to our website’s Coaches tab for instructions. Also, if you are a parent looking for resources on keeping your athlete safe, you can access Parent Training at no cost by creating an account at www.athletesafety.org, add the parent training to your bag, and you'll be able to access the training. The Parent's Guide to Misconduct in Sport is designed for the parents of athletes of all ages. This course explains the issues of misconduct in sport and helps parents ensure their children have a positive and safe sport experience.
If you suspect abuse please email abuse-reporting@westsidewarriors.net for instructions.
 
Fall 2019 Player
If you have questions or problems, please read our Troubleshooting Guide.
 
Fall Coaches Registration

CLICK HERE to register as a coach for Fall

 
Uniforms

A Westside Soccer Club uniform is required for all players 2nd grade-High School Co-ed. Uniforms include a jersey, a pair of shorts and one pair of socks. Cost: $42. Uniforms can be purchased at Tursi's Soccer:

8805 SW Canyon Lane,
Beaverton, OR

CLICK HERE to view the Westside Soccer Club uniform

 
THJSL Jewelry Policy

THJSL JEWELRY POLICY:

Jewerly--No earrings, piercings, watches, rings, necklaces, bracelets, wristbands, or hard casts may be worn during practice or game play. Hair bands, if used, must be elastic. Other articles that may be considered by the referee or coach to endanger either the wearer or other players must also be removed. Religious/medical bracelets and necklaces are not considered "jewelry" but must be taped to the body to the satisfaction of the referee. Failure to obey the referee will automaticall disqualify the player from participation until the referee determines the hazard has been resolved. FIFA Law 4--The Player's Equipment states under safety: "A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to himself/herself or another player (including any kind of jewelry).