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Rainier Soccer Alliance, (Puyallup Soccer Union & RSA Elite) have been working with youth soccer players for over 40 years in Puyallup and the surrounding communities. Our program consists of Micro, Recreational (RSA Union), and Competitive (RSA Elite) teams. 


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SKILLS NIGHT was a success. Thank you to all the kids that came out. And a special thank you to Coach Joe and Coach Brian for coming out every Friday to make skills night possible. 

RSA is working on dates for our next Skills session. Check back here or like us on Facebook for the most up to date information. 

 


Lightning and Soccer Safety

Lightning Safety Policy: The official policy of WYS and NPSL is based on the NOAA recommendations for safety found here: 

http://www-mo.weather.gov/safety/lightning-sports . If lightning is sighted and/or thunder heard, practices and games should be paused and all players vacated to a safe shelter. No play should be resumed until both thunder and lightning have passed and been gone for at least 30 minutes.

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EARN MONEY AS A REFEREE

As the sport of soccer continues to thrive and grow in the state of Washington, so do the demands on our referee pools.  The fall is the busiest time of the year with college, club, recreational and girls HS ball all going on at the same time.

Refereeing is a great way for kids to make money and there are games available to officiate year around.  Referees select the matches they can officiate from website scheduling systems and set their own work schedule.  By becoming a referee now, referees will be able to officiate at the  remaining summer tournaments and be ready for the fall league.  

How to become a Soccer Referee

To become a referee, you first complete 4-6 hours of on-line training and then attend an 8 hour in-person clinic.  The below New Referee Clinics have been scheduled for individuals to become Referees.  The cost of the clinic and registration is $73.00.   Referees make between $35.00 to $65.76 a game as a Referee and $23.00 to $49.32 as an Assistant Referee.  Kids have been able to easily make between $3,500 - $5,500 a year. 

Where to Sign Up

Entry level clinics fill up quickly, so register for a clinic at,  http://www.wareferees.org/Registration/HowToBecomeAReferee.aspx .  Once you have completed the New Referee Clinic, you will need to purchase your start up equipment to start officiating matches. 



In Washington Youth Soccer Latest News

 Rainier Soccer Alliance returns to WA Youth Soccer

In an ongoing Rainier Soccer Alliance returns to WA Youth Soccerto provide families access to the highest quality soccer programs, Washington Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in Washington State, is proud to announce that Rainier Soccer Alliance will return all programming to WA Youth Soccer in the Fall of 2018. 

“Over the past year, WA Youth Soccer has been working to reengage with associations and clubs around the state to reintroduce the value proposition of being part of the WA Youth Soccer family,” commented Dan Popp, Washington Youth Soccer President.  “We are thrilled to welcome Rainier Soccer Alliance back to WA Youth Soccer and we look forward to serving their players and families with the best youth soccer programming in the state.”

Rainier Soccer Alliance Director of Soccer Gwynne Williams stated, "I am delighted our aspiring young soccer players will join Washington Youth Soccer Association programming.  WA Youth Soccer provides an established pathway of player and coach development that will enable our entire club to achieve our mission of developing the game at all levels, and assisting our players to become better in all facets of their lives.”

“I am excited to lead the Rainier Soccer Alliance as we join WA Youth Soccer,” said RSA President Gillian Johnston.  “Our members and staff look forward to the professional support and structure that WA Youth Soccer provides.  We all look forward to seeing our children enjoy the game of soccer.”

With 100,000 players registered annually, WA Youth Soccer is a nonprofit organization bringing soccer opportunities at all levels of the game to kids ages 5-19 across the state. WA Youth Soccer is comprised of 29 Member Associations and over 200 clubs that facilitate recreational, select and regional programs, as well as TOPSoccer (soccer programming for players with disabilities), four annual State Cup Tournaments, state level leagues, an Elite Player Development program, and several soccer outreach programs.

Full Article can be read here -
http://www.washingtonyouthsoccer.org/rainier_soccer_alliance_returns_to_wa_youth_soccer/

Gwynne Williams

Gwynne Williams

Director of Soccer

Phone: (561) 512-9713

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