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Oakdale Soccer Club


Opening Day News

September 7th, 2019 is Opening Day for our Fall Recreation Season.
We have plenty to participate in and hope you check it out.

We have pictures,vendors, and music on site to add to our fun and festivities.
Our team, coach, and sponsor announcements will be at game time on your game field. No lining up and getting there early! 
Parents we would love to have you create a tunnel for our players to run through and break the banner before they start their game. 
We will provide the banner -- you provide the fun!

We look forward to having all of you join us and celebrate our players and soccer.


Fall 2019 Registration is now closed and we are excited for the new soccer season.  Here are a some important dates to put on your calendars:

6/22 - Evaluation Day for U10-U14 divisions at TL Davis

8/1 - Soccer practices begin (your exact date will vary depending on team and coach)

8/9 - OSC "2019 Nonprofit of the Year" award celebration and family movie night at TL Davis

9/7 - Opening day - games begin

10/26 - Closing day - season ends

Take a look at our OSC Fan Gear page:

Place an order and a small proceed goes to OSC.  We appreciate your support!


Nick Birchall
Director of Recreation
Oakdale Soccer Club


Registration, Waiting List, Cancellation Requests  

All players must register with OSC during its annual registration period.
A $25 non-refundable late fee is charged for all players registering after the close of registration each year.
After the registration period ends, you may request to be wait-listed at [email protected]
Coaches shall allow only registered players to practice or play with the team for liability reasons.

Non-refundable administrative fee of $25 through May 31st

Non-refundable administrative fee of $25 fee then 50% Refund through June 30th
No refund after July 1st

Cancellations requests will be reviewed by the Board of Directors. Cancellation Policy permits medical documented reason(s) or relocating from the surrounding area. 


Players participating in our Fall Recreational program Divisions U10,U12, and U14 are required to participate in our Assessment Day on Saturday, June 22, 2019. This year they are held at TL Davis Sports Complex.

A basic assessment is an essential requirement for three reasons:
1) it helps to identify their skill sets in terms of ability and talent 
2) enables the coach to create a training program to enhance their development
3) provides an opportunity to have equitable teams 

If your player is participating in U10-U14 divisions, then please attend according to times below:

U10 Boys and Girls Divisions: Check in at 830a; Assessment from 9a-1030a on Field 1

U12 Boys and Girls Divisions: Check in at 830a: Assessment from 11a-12p on Field 2

U14 Boys and Girls Divisions: Check in at 830a: Assessment from 9a-1030a on Field 3
Please make certain your player wear proper cleats, shin guards, and bring their own soccer ball and water. 

Head Coaches for these divisions are required to attend and participate. 
Please meet our Director of Recreation, Nick Birchall, at 845a to prep for assessments. 

Please let us know if you have any questions. We can be reached at [email protected].


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Parent Code of Conduct

I am a parent/guardian of an Oakdale Soccer Club player(s). I understand and agree to the following. I will:

  1. Support my child and provide a positive environment for learning about and enjoying soccer.

  2. Support the coaches, officials, and OSC Board Members and its agents working with my child to encourage a positive and enjoyable experience for all.

  3. Encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, game officials, and OSC Board Members and its agents.

  4. Place the emotional and physical well-being of all players ahead of any personal desire to win.

  5. Remember that the game is for the players, not for the adults.

  6. Require my child to treat other players, coaches, game officials, OSC Board Members and its agents, and spectators with dignity and respect.

  7. Not interfere or attempt to ‘educate’ the coach during practices and games.

  8. Speak with my child’s coach privately if I want or need to share any concerns or issues related to my child.

  9. Not possess, distribute, or use alcohol, drugs, and unauthorized prescription drugs before, during, or after practices and games, or any OSC related event.

  10. Not criticize or argue with any game official.

  11. Not use profane language or gestures, or argue with the opposing team’s parents, players, or coaches.

  12. Not come onto the field for any reason during the game.

  13. Share any concerns, grievances, or issues with the Safety Director after the game.

  14. Not request, require, or otherwise offer financial compensation to any volunteer coach, referee, or any volunteer member of OSC during the soccer season.

  15. Not bring any pet to a practice, game, or OSC event, regardless of pet size, breed, or demeanor. I understand that OSC maintains a strict No Pets Allowed policy.

  16. Ensure my guests understand and abide by this Code of Conduct.

I understand that OSC is managed by unpaid volunteers trying to do their best for players, families, and the community at large. I agree to support OSC in any manner I can to provide a stellar recreation soccer program for Oakdale area youth. Further, I understand that failure to comply with the OSC Parent Code of Conduct will result in my child’s suspension from OSC activities, temporarily or permanently.


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Soccer Coach Code of Conduct

I am volunteering to serve as a youth soccer coach for Oakdale Soccer Club. In this role I understand and agree to the following. I will:

  1. Be a role model, leading by example and demonstrating fair play and good sportsmanship at all times.

  2. Always show respect for players, other coaches, game officials, OSC Board Members, and agents of OSC.

  3. Treat everyone with dignity and respect, never using abusive, profane, or insulting language.

  4. Ensure the safety and welfare of all players above the value of winning at all times.

  5. Demonstrate knowledgeable of the rules of the game, and teach these rules to my players in an age appropriate way.

  6. Motivate my players to produce their best effort, inspire them to learn the game, and encourage them to support their fellow teammates.

  7. Ensure my actions on the sidelines during games shall be in the spirit of "good sportsmanship" at all times.

  8. Not tolerate inappropriate behavior from players or parents, regardless of the situation.

  9. Not possess, distribute, or use alcohol, drugs, and any unauthorized prescription drugs before, during, or after practices and games, or anytime I am in the presence of players, parents, and spectators.

  10. Not allow the use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco by any of my players at any time and will report such abuse to OSC.

  11. Never insult, criticize, yell at, attempt to “educate,” or otherwise approach any referee in a negative manner.

  12. Never knowingly jeopardize the eligibility and participation of a student-athlete.

  13. Not request, accept, or otherwise be compensated financially as a volunteer coach by any registered player’s family during the soccer season.

I understand that failure to comply with the OSC Coach Code of Conduct will result in my suspension from OSC activities temporarily or permanently.

Contact Us

Oakdale Soccer Club

PO Box 1910 
Oakdale, California 95361

Email: [email protected]

Oakdale Soccer Club

PO Box 1910 
Oakdale, California 95361

Email: [email protected]
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