Frequently Asked Questions

Requests?  Requests are taken on a first come first served basis as are our registrations. This does not only pertain to date of registration but date of payment. We do our best to honor as many requests as are possible but still have to adhere to the rules of forming a team. There are some instances where we may not be able to meet your requests at all but that is often due to the coach or player being requested is not registered.

I did my registration online. How do I know if it went through correctly? All registrations are sent a confirmation email to the email address you provided. If you do not receive this confirmation email please email the manager to find out what happened. Most often the reason for a confirmation not going through is failure to pick a payment method. You must pick a payment method for your registration to go through.

I clicked pay by check but changed my mind, can I still pay online? Yes, simply log in to your account. Click the Account Balance button and follow instructions for making a payment.

My child is a returning player, can you save their spot on their team? No, we will not save spots. If you are returning player your best option is to register and pay right away so ensure their request is at the front.

 What is your refund policy?  Prairie Soccer Club will not issue a refund once a player has participated in a sanctioned game or practice. Prior to participating in the first sanctioned game or practice, a refund will be given for the registration fee less an administrative fee.

All refunds are subject to a $25 Administration Fee.

All returned checks will be subject to a $30 NSF Fee.

Can my child play down an age group?  Typically, the answer is no. We encourage children to play in their appropriate age groups for development and safety reasons. There are certain circumstances where permission may be asked from with TCYSA or District 7.

Can my child play up? Yes, but they need to be prepared for it physically and mentally. Typically, we do not recommend playing up more than 1-2 years, however a final decision will be made by the appropriate board member(s).
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