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River Soccer Club Est. 1996

Important Parent Documents

Financial Aid
Financial Aid Request Forms: request for fa.pdf
Guidelines for Financial Aid: financial aid guidelines.pdf
How to work for the Financial Aid hours: fa ideas.pdf
How to record hours earned for Financial Aid: fa work log.pdf

Travel Team Info
Packet includes- Club Philosophy, Parent Expectations, Volunteerism, Player Expectations, Team Schedule, Costs/Payment Plan, & Uniforms: travel team info packet 2018-2019.pdf or Spanish Translation travel team info packet spanish version .pdf

Medical Release Form
Participating in our programs, player must fill out a Medical Release Form: rsc med release form dob chart 2015-16.pdf

Parent Survey
Please let us know your thoughts on RSC and take our survey: river soccer club survey.doc

Parents' Code of Conduct

  • Make soccer participation for your child and others a positive experience.

  • Remember that a  child is easily affected by outside influences.

  • Be kind to your child's coach and to the officials. The coach is a volunteer-giving of personal time and money to provide a recreational activity for your child. The coach is providing a valuable community service, often without reward other than their personal satisfaction. Without them your child could not participate.

  • Applaud good plays by your team AND by members of the opposing team.

  • Parents should be cheerleaders. Allow the coach to coach, the referee to officiate, and most of all allow your child to play the game.

  • Between the exuberance of the winner and the disappointment of the loser, we have the referee. All of them follow the same creed to watch every movement of every player, and to call the game to the best of their ability. DO NOT openly question their judgment, and never their honesty. They are a symbol of fair play, integrity and sportsmanship.

  • Accept the results of each game, and encourage your child to: Be gracious in victory, and turn

Parent & Player Guide to College Soccer

River Soccer Club provides a simple and clear timeline of a player's path to college soccer: rscs pathway to college soccer.pdf

Coach Schellas Hyndman, head coach of FC Dallas in MLS, talks about the do’s and don’ts of college recruiting. Coach Hyndman is one of the most successful college soccer coaches in American sports history, compiling a 466-122-49 record as the head coach at Southern Methodist University. coach hyndmans dos donts of college recruiting.pdf

Player Resumes is a must for college soccer recruiting. Here is a sample player resume provided as a guideline: sample college resume.pdf

For more specific information about the NCAA such as eligibility, scholarships, recruiting rules, etc... Click Here: NCAA Student-Athletes Page

Contact Us

River Soccer Club

32221 Gum Road 
Frankford, Delaware 19945

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 302-436-2963
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