Player Information


This is Competitive traveling soccer. Not wanting to play competitively and travel, check out our rec soccer program. Lander Thunder.

The deadline for registering is July 23. Player evaluations will be held on either Tuesday, July 27 OR Wednesday, July 28, a link to sign up will be sent out soon.

-Each player will need two different colored jerseys, black socks and shorts. All can be purchased at our store: Striker Store

Scholarships

The deadline for registering is July 23. Player evaluations will be held on either Tuesday, July 27 OR Wednesday, July 28, a link to sign up will be sent out soon.


Fundraising

Player Fundraising

Striker's Refund Policy

Prior to team rostering registration fees may be fully refunded excluding an administrative fee of $25.00. After teams have rostered, registration fees may be refunded only for injuries on a pro-rated basis with written request and approval by the LSSC Board.

Player Evaluation Sign up

As you remember, the Strikers Organization and Board began a player evaluation process as part of the ongoing commitment to create competitive soccer teams focused on improving player skills and creating opportunities for player development. The purpose of the evaluation is to provide additional information the Board can use to appropriately form teams each season. This information will be used in conjunction with all other player information including but not limited to previous club play, coach input, age and current player development.

Strikers will be hosting fall season player evaluations to assist in the team formation process. As outlined in the Board’s team formation procedure the following protocol will be used.

Player Identification/Selection (Start of Seasonal Year)

Full, open player evaluations for all Strikers teams/players will be held once a year, at a date(s) set by the Board, between May 31st and August 15th. The evaluations will be organized by the DOC.


Dates for evaluations will be publicized by available media, within reason, to reach as many potential players as possible.


All players will be evaluated including those who were already rostered on a team in the previous season.


All players (parents) will sign in for evaluations; this provides the coach with needed player and contact information.


Each player will be evaluated based on criteria determined by the DOC prior to the evaluation date and must be age appropriate.


In the rare instance a player is unable to attend the evaluation session, a written/email notification by the parents needs to be given to the registrar or the DOC prior to the evaluations. Arrangements may be made to accommodate the player if possible. Input from prior coaches or other evaluations the player has participated in will also be used to assist the DOC/Board. Final selection of players for team placement are at the discretion of the DOC/Board.


All players will be evaluated by the same standards (commitment, skill, attitude, ability, coachability, attendance to practice, etc.).


2021 FALL SEASON EVALUATIONS are scheduled July 27 and July 28. Players will not be expected to attend both days. Thank you for your commitment to Strikers soccer. We look forward to the fall soccer season. If you have questions please feel to contact landerstikerssoccer@gmail.com.

Player and Parent Expectations

Lander Strikers is a competitive soccer organization. It’s success is determined by players, parents, and coaches working together as a team. Below is an outline of expectations which promote commitment and foster teamwork.

PLAYERS:

  • Players will attend all practices, games, and tournaments.

  • Players will train and play to the best of their ability.

  • Players will have a positive attitude and never quit.

  • Players will win without boasting and lose gracefully, exemplifying good sportsmanship at all times.

  • Players will respect officials and accept their decisions without question.

  • Players will only give positive encouragement to fellow teammates.

  • Players will arrive prepared for all training sessions, games, and tournaments.

  • Players will respect their coach, teammates, and opponents.

  • Players will learn and obey the laws of the game.

  • Players will practice soccer skills and conditioning on their own.

  • Players will notify the coach if they will be tardy or unable to make a practice or game.

  • Players will understand that playing time in games is based on commitment and participation in practices, positive attitude, determination, game performance, good sportsmanship, and being a team player.

PARENTS:

  • Parents will be encouraging, supportive and affirmative in regard to their child’s play on the field. Parents will respect officials and accept their decisions.

  • Parents will support the coach, manager, and the team.

  • Parents will demonstrate good sportsmanship at all games and tournaments.

  • Parents will refrain from giving instructions to players on sidelines and allow coaches to instruct.

  • Parents will volunteer their services and talents to the team and the club when possible.

  • Parents will familiarize themselves with the laws of the game.

  • Parents will comply with the rules, policies and procedures of the team, club, and league.

  • Parents will have their players to practices, scrimmages, and tournaments on time.

  • Parents will notify the coach prior to a player being late or missing practices or games.

  • Parents will fulfill financial commitments to the club.

  • Parents will follow and obey the Problem Solving Procedures.

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization. COVID-19 is extremely dangerous and is believed to be spread from person-to-person contact. As a result, federal, state and local governments and health agencies recommend established guidelines to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. These include requiring social distancing and, in many locations, prohibiting the congregation of large groups of people. These guidelines are for the safety of the public and should be followed.

Notwithstanding recommendations and guidelines by these entities, it must be understood that COVID-19 is a continuing threat to the health and lives of the citizens of Wyoming.

Lander Valley Youth Soccer, Strikers Club (the “Club”) has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, it is understood that the Club cannot guarantee that you or your child(ren) will not come into contract with or become infected with corona virus. Your mere physical presence at the Club activities could increase your risk and your child(ren)’s risk of contracting the disease.

Notwithstanding the risk of infection, I, on behalf of myself and my minor child(ren), wish to voluntarily participate in soccer activities offered by the Club. These include practices and other training, soccer matches, team activities and possibly travel to other facilities not under the control of the Club for soccer matches.