- Must be registered: Must be a registered Santa Barbara SC Player for the 2020-21 Season or have registered to participate in tryouts. Click here to register.
- Must complete and sign waiver/release: A signed waiver and release for Communicable diseases (includes Covid 19) is required before your child can return to play. Note: if your waiver/release is not signed on the first day, your child will not be allowed to participate. Click here sign waiver.
- Review safer training plans: All players, coaches, parents, and administrators must review and adhere to the safer training plans. Click here to review.
Drop off is ONLY at the Phelps Road Parking Lot; Pick up is ONLY at the Ice in Paradise side. There will be no exit on the Phelps Gate, and no entry at the Ice in Paradise gate. To reduce crowds entrances and exits are one way only.
Players driving are to park in the Phelps Road parking lot. Coaches will know who is needing to retrieve a vehicle from the Phelps exit and will escort players out of the facility.
Water. Players will NOT be allowed to use their own ball. Please limit what you bring to training camp. Each player will have a designated space to place his or her belongings. Equipment for Goalkeepers will be communicated directly from the Director of Goalkeeping.
- If a player develops symptoms of COVID-19, outside of camp participation, you are to contact the Executive Director immediately. From there, an assessment will be conducted, and if need be, the contract tracing and notification protocols will be activated.
- If a player becomes symptomatic during training camp, that player will be moved to an isolated area, and the Potential Exposure Assessment & Response plan will be activated immediately.
Santa Barbara SC has developed an approved response plan to address this issue should it arise. While every precaution will be taken, in the event that a player does fall ill, parents or any player who had, or could be reasonable assumed to have had contact, will be notified. This would include all players on any given team, as well as any players on the field before, during, or immediately after a known exposure, and prior to sanitization of facilities and equipment.
For additional information, please review the resources below:
- For soccer related Return to Play Guidelines, please click here.
- Santa Barbara Soccer Club COVID-19 Pandemic Prevention Plan (coming soon!)
- Santa Barbara Soccer Club – County of Santa Barbara RISE Safe Re-Opening Check List
- Santa Barbara Soccer Club – County of Santa Barbara RISE Prevention Plan
Santa Barbara SC Provides
- Professional US Soccer Federation Certified Coaches
- Full-time Director of Coaching, Technical Director, Academy Director Development Directors, Goalkeeping Director, and Age Group Coordinators.
- Full and part-time registrars and administrators
- The best game and training facilities in Santa Barbara
- Club-wide development, periodization and curriculum plan
- Individual player development plans and specialized feedback (evaluations)
- Goalkeeper, Striker and position specific training (offered 3 days a week)
- Club wide Futsal third day training option for 2013-2007
- College Connection Coordinator, college placement program and College Fit Finder resource center for 2006 & older
- Fall league registration, referee fees, local Santa Barbara tournament (2013 to 2007) or equivalent friendly competition (2006-2002)
- State and National Cup or an additional tournament including referee fees
- Insurance coverage for all players at all Santa Barbara SC organized events
- Levels of access to financial support through a scholarship program
- Exclusive discount rates on local day/residential camps and futsal programs
- Special rates on athletic gear, food and drinks at select retailers
Elite (MLS & Pre-Academy), White & Blue teams = equal a minimum of two (1.5 hours each) practices per week for a 10-month (school calendar) season conducted by a professional US Soccer certified staff coach
Red teams = equal a minimum of two (1.5 hours each) practices per week for a 5-month (fall school calendar) season and one (1.5 hours each) practice per week for 5-months (spring school calendar). Teams, practices, and games are managed by a volunteer coach with a team-by-team basis decision to have training conducted by a professional certified training staff coach