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Illness or Injury:
I, parent/guardian of the above-named child, hereby give my permission for his/her participation in Flo Town Kicks summer select soccer program and training activities (to include fitness, events, and trips). This participation form is signed with the understanding that organizers, volunteers, participants, and those involved with the Flo Town Kicks will not be held responsible for any sickness or injury that my child, I, or anyone accompanying me may receive while in attendance or participating in any of the Flo Town Kicks activities (including practices, games, fitness training, meetings, and other events). I agree to hold harmless Flo Town Kicks and all staff and affiliates from any legal action and hold harmless Flo Town Kicks and all staff and affiliates in the case that I, my child, or anyone accompanying me may incur harm or loss as a result of my or my child's participation.
Some common risks associated with participation in the summer soccer select include: exposure to the elements (e.g. heat injuries like heatstroke, sunburn, unmowed grass or the presence of spiky/thorny plants, ants/spiders/and other bugs or animals, etc.); bodily injury due to athletic movements (e.g. strains, sprains, etc.); injuries due to physical contact with ground, objects, or other players (e.g. concussions, fractures, bloody noses, etc.); in addition to other risks associated with organized sports and fitness.
If the parent/guardian cannot be contacted in case of injury or medical emergency, I give permission to the Flo Town Kicks volunteers to render first aid or call 911 (at my expense). No insurance is provided by the Flo Town Kicks at this time, but that may change. Contact Flo Town Kicks for updates.
Playing in Higher Age Group:
If my child is younger than the listed age group for the team they are participating, I understand the risks (injury, physical strain, less playing time, older environment, etc.) and allow my child to play in the higher age category.
Parents/Guardians are responsible for accountability of their child during all events, and must immediately pick-up of athletes from Flo Town Kicks events. Volunteer coaches or staff will leave precisely at the time practice ends and will not stay behind for any parents who are late.
I will allow my child to be photographed at Flo Town Kicks events. If not, I will notify the Flo Town Kicks in writing.
There are no uniforms for summer training.
There is no cost for summer training.
Mandatory COVID-19 Notices:
There is an enhanced risk for anyone age 65 or older being in direct contact with athletes for 14 days after participating in a sport event or practice. Parents should monitor the health of their children and not send them to participate in sporting activities if they exhibit any symptom of COVID-19, nor should anyone exhibiting symptoms participate or attend.
COVID-19 Health Guidelines:
COVID-19 is more likely to be contracted by being large groups, so participation is at your own risk.
Players with COVID-19 or in direct contact with someone with COVID-19 will be required to quarantine 10 days. Additional COVID-19 precautions will be available as the season approaches (depending on the community health situation). The league intends to play the season unless forced to by city ordinance, public health officials, or some other unforeseen circumstance. There is no refund for anyone affected by COVID-19 because the cost only covers the uniforms.
Field usage is on public property (Masonic Park on 97 East) or private property (Sacred Heart Fields on 3rd St) not owned by Flo Town Kicks, so practices, games, and other events are subject to change depending on availability.
All players should use the bathroom prior to arriving to practice. Volunteer coaches and staff will not accompany any players to the bathroom. If a player needs to use the bathroom, they'll be directed to see their parents, unless they're of age to use the bathroom on their own. The bathroom facilities at Masonic Park are responsibility of the city, and may or may not have the needed toiletries. There is no supervision whatsoever for athletes using the restroom, so parents should remain at the fields to help their children safely cross over to the bathroom and back to the fields. The fields are public, so anyone may be in the bathroom, which is younger players should only go with their parents.
Players MUST WEAR SHINGUARDS during soccer practice. PLAYERS WITHOUT SHINGUARDS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TRAIN. This is a safety issue. It's recommended that athletes wear cleats and athletic clothes. Players can wear running shoes and athletic clothes for fitness (only all-girls and 2006/2007 teams).
There is NO WATER SOURCE at the fields. Players should bring plenty of water or a hydration source, especially because it's very hot during the summer. The temperature may be over 100 degress, so the athletes will need to rehydrate. Flo Town Kicks will not provide any hydration source, it's the sole responsibliity of the players and families to bring enough water for an entire training session.
Players should bring their own soccer ball. Players may attend practice without their own soccer ball, but they will miss out on critical individual training skills and drills. Players without their own ball will not be given a ball from any other player to share, since the player who brought their ball should have the full benefit of individual skills and drills training. Players 2009 and older should bring size 5, and all others may bring a size 4. It's not a big deal if a player brings a different size ball, because what is most important is that they bring a ball.
THIS IS A FREE PROGRAM. THE NUMBER ONE THING WE NEED FROM PLAYERS AND FAMILIES IS COMMITMENT. ANY PLAYER WHO DOESN'T NOTIFY THE VOLUNTEER COACHING STAFF WHEN THERE ARE ABSENCES MAY BE RELEASED FROM THE PROGRAM. THE PROGRAM IS MEANT TO BE A PROGESSION, SO PLAYERS NEED TO ATTEND REGULARLY TO FULLY BENEFIT. FAMILIES SHOULD NOTIFY COACHES OF VACATION PLANS OR OTHER ENGAGEMENTS TO DETERMINE IF THE PLAYERS SHOULD CONTINUE IN THE PROGRAM OR NOT.
6 Weeks Starting 21 June 2021:
All training is Monday and Wednesday (twice a week) at Masonic Park on 97 East (yellow goals) unless contacted. Please follow Flo Town Kicks on Facebook for up to date information!
2006/2007 fitness at 0630
All-girls team fitness at 0700
2013/2014 team practice 1700-1745 (5-545pm)
2008-2012 boys and All-girls teams practices 1745-1900 (545-7pm)
2007 and older practice 1900-2030 (7-830pm)
Flo Town Kicks is legally a non-profit entity in Texas, dedicated to the growth and enjoyment of soccer for players and families in Floresville, Texas and surrounding areas. Coach Rafael Campos is the director in charge of the training, a D Licensed US Soccer Coach and student of the FC Barcelona methodology. Several assistant coaches will be helping with the training.
Any questions, please contact Coach Rafael.