Frequently asked questions
How is a player selected for a KAFC team?
When are tryouts held?
KAFC’s tryouts are a two-day event typically being held in February for High school aged boys and April-May for all other age groups. Due to COVID-19, tryouts for 2020 will be determined and announced by WYS.
Can my child tryout out and play up in age?
Any child that wants to play up in age must obtain permission from the Director of Coaching.
Can my child be a “training only” player?
Yes. Kitsap Alliance will determine each request on an individual basis with the final decision at the discretion of the Director of Coaching with feedback from the team coach. Players will register as a “training only” player and be required to pay the $75 monthly fee associated with this service.
How many players are on a team?
Team roster sizes are mandated by the RCL.
U10 teams can have a maximum of 12 players on the roster.
U11 – U12 teams can have a maximum of 16 players on the roster.
U13 – U14 teams can have a maximum of 18 players on the roster.
U15 – U19 teams can have a maximum of 22 players on the roster
What are the fees associated with KAFC?
Are there player grants/scholarships available?
Yes. Please see the Player Grant Assistance Policy and Application to see if you qualify.
When does the season start and end?
Kitsap Alliance FC is a year-round soccer program. Tryouts will be held in in spring and training will begin immediately after tryouts. The season can be broken down into 3 phases: Summer tournaments, Fall/Winter RCL league play & State Cup.
How often are practices and games?
Teams will practice at least 2, but most likely 3 times per week. Games typically start in September and run through March. Games are played on weekends.
What is the attire for training?
Practice jersey, black shorts, black socks and shin guards are REQUIRED for training. Practice jersey can be ordered when purchasing uniforms. No jewelry, of any kind, can be worn during training.
How much travel is involved?
Tournament travel varies by team. KAFC plays in the Regional Club League which is comprised of clubs throughout the State. Travel will be dependent on which teams are in your division. In some cases, travel will be minimal. In others, you may have 1 or more games involving extensive travel.
Do the goalkeepers receive individual training?
Yes, Kitsap Alliance FC provides keeper development training to those currently playing in this position or to those that are interested in the position. KAFC has its own goalkeeper coach who provides this quality, specialized training.
What is the Kitsap Alliance FC refund policy?
If a player sustains a long-term injury or relocates, a pro-rated refund will be issued with proper documentation.