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CR United Soccer Club

CR United Soccer Club

FAQ




Question: Where do I register?
Go to www.crsoccer.orgIn the upper right corner click on ‘Register’ and follow the prompts. TIP: You can also watch our video on How to Register Your Player for additional support.

Question: I am having trouble registering and I don't know if my registration was accepted?
In order to eliminate problems with registering, use a computer in place of a phone or tablet. You will receive an email within fifteen minutes of your registration being accepted. If you did not receive an email or you are having problems, please email the registrar.
Please do not wait until the last day of registration to troubleshoot.

Question: How do I find out about registration?
The best was to stay informed about registration dates is to follow us on Facebook or visit us on the web. 



✮ Question: How do I know my username and password?
When you set up your account, you will set up a username and password.  If you’ve misplaced your username and password simply go to www.crsoccer.org and click 'Register' in the upper right hand corner, then you will click on 'forgot username or password' link to reset. You will receive a link to reset this information in your email on file.

✮ Question: My child is only 4 years old, but the website has her listed as a 5U/6U, why is this? or My child is only 8 years old, but the website has him listed as 9U, why is this?
CR United SC structures teams under the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) birth year guidelines.This means that your 4 year-old soccer player will also be playing with other same aged players!

✮ Question: My player missed competitive soccer tryouts, but would like to play competitive soccer. Is there a chance to try and make a team?
Competitive soccer tryouts take place near the last part of July. If your player has become interested in playing competitive soccer, you can reach out to the competitive soccer director to inquire about any open roster spots that your player may try out for. The competitive director will be able to let you know about any available openings and arrange for your player to be assessed for a position. If there ARE NOT competitive roster openings, you are highly encouraged to register your player for a rec soccer program until tryouts in July. This allows your player to keep their skills up prior to tryouts.

✮ Question: How do I know when I can volunteer? How many hours am I required to volunteer?
We post our volunteer opportunities in several places. 

1.    Emails are sent to all club members when volunteer opportunities are available.
2.    Our club Facebook site will also post the sign-up link to volunteer.
3.    We update our club website crsoccer.org with current volunteer opportunities.

✮ Question: Do coaches, assistant coaches, team managers, or committee members need to complete volunteer hours?
Both recreation and competitive coaches and assistant coaches fulfill their volunteer hours by coaching. This is the same for competitive and recreational team managers. For committee members: hours spent on committee meetings or committee work must total 6 hours or more (or 2 hours for recreational soccer) to fulfill your volunteer requirement. If you spend 3 hours on committee work, then you must complete 3 hours volunteer duties through other opportunities to total 6 hours. Your committee leader will report your committee volunteer hours to the volunteer director.



Last Updated October 2019

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CR United Soccer Club

P.O. Box 48778 
Coon Rapids, Minnesota 55448

Email Us: [email protected]
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