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Select Soccer: Return to Play Protocol

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Player Placement Process 2020-2021 Season

Select Soccer Placement Webinar


BIFC would like to get you up to speed on “how” we are going to implement the Player Placement program in lieu of physical tryouts due to Covid-19.  The state established a policy for clubs that allows each club flexibility in the implementation based on what club leadership feels is best for their membership. At BIFC, we will establish teams where appropriate, or we will generate player pools. Once we are able to have on field practices, we will go through the process for specific team placement as we expect there to be some movement.  Below is what to expect over the next few weeks.


THE PROCESS

  1. Player placement will begin on May 1stfor all returning BIFC players.

  2. Every player registered in the BIFC Select program for the 2019/2020 season will be welcomed back into the program, providing we have a viable team for them. This will be subject to player numbers and in some age groups being able to form multiple teams.

  3. Based on historical knowledge we may choose to assign players immediately to teams if the numbers and player knowledge make sense to do so.  This will only happen were we are creating one team in an age group.  Based on the number of players registered at this time here is what we expect:

    Boys 2010 – a player pool from which two teams (A and B) will be formed via on field practices

    Boys 2009 – a player pool from which two teams (A and B) will be formed via on field practices

    Boys 2008 – a player pool from which three teams will be formed, note that this year these will be an A, B and C teams, not A and
    two even teams.

    Boys 2007– one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge.2007 aged players may make this team or be selected to the
    2006 white team if viable.

    Boys 2006 – a player pool from which two teams (A and B) will be formed via on field practices

    Girls 2010 – one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge

    Girls 2009 – one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge

    Girls 2008 – one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge

    Girls 2007 - a player pool from which one or two teams will be formed via on field practices. We will guarantee returning players a spot if we are able to retain two teams (A and B) in the age group.

    Girls 2006 - one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge

    Girls 2005 - one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge

    Girls 2002-2004 - one team will be assigned based on historical knowledge


  1. Once we are allowed back on the field in a typical fashion, we will have the remaining age groups to have trainings to evaluate  ALL players in the player pool which will determine final roster placement.

  2. There will be no fees due until such time as we are able to get back on the field.The Select soccer annual costs can be viewed here, However, please note that if Select Soccer does not start on 1stJune then these costs will be adjusted downwards.In addition, should later re-emergence of Covid-19 force us to cancel some portion of the season, BIFC will provide a pro-rate refund, taking into account overhead and other non-recoverable expenses.

  3. If you are a new player to BIFC, or new to our Select program then we will evaluate your suitability for team placement as soon as we are able to get on the field.

  4. We have moved to a new registration system and you will need to set up a new account if this is the first time you have logged onto the system.

If you have questions, contact:

Phil Avison (BIFC Technical Director)

Ian McCallum (BIFC Director of Coaching)

Ben Dugan (VP of Select Soccer – BIFC Board)

 

2020-2021 Season Coaching Staff Assignments

Due to COVID-19 all Bainbridge Island FC tryouts, meetings and open practices are suspended until isolation restrictions are lifted.

We will connect with families with updated information as soon as we have it.  You can still register for tryouts in advance.

Any questions please email - Phil Avison  [email protected]

 


Updated Select Soccer Tryout Information
Select Tryout Info

 

 Boys Teams  Girls Teams  
Bainbridge Island FC B02 Blue Walter Pinedo  Bainbridge Island FC G02 BlueBen Campbell
Bainbridge Island FC B04 BlueWalter Pinedo  Bainbridge Island FC G05 Blue Ian McCallum 
Bainbridge Island FC B05 BlueIan McCallum  Bainbridge Island FC G06 Blue Michael Kinsey 
Bainbridge Island FC B06 Blue Mackenzie Bond  Bainbridge Island FC G07 Blue Ben Campbell 
Bainbridge Island FC B06 WhiteMike Kinsey  Bainbridge Island FC G07 White Drew Keller 
Bainbridge Island FC B07 BluePhil Avison  Bainbridge Island FC G08 Blue Drew Keller 
Bainbridge Island FC B08 BluePhil Avison  Bainbridge Island FC G09 Blue Norman Gibbs 
Bainbridge Island FC B08 White Phil Avison  Bainbridge Island FC G10 Blue Chris McMasters 
Bainbridge Island FC B08 BlackBen Dugan    
Bainbridge Island FC B09 BlueAlejandro Henao    
Bainbridge Island FC B09 WhiteNorman Gibbs    
Bainbridge Island FC B10 BlueMark Drovdahl    
Bainbridge Island FC B10 WhiteBen Pecora    


2020 Summer Tournaments

June 19-21 RV Slammers Classic @ Starfire, Tukwila

 - Girls G10 Blue, G09 Blue, G08, G07 White, G06 Blue, G02/G03 Blue
 - Boys B10 Blue, B10 White, B09 White, B08 White, B08 Black, B07 Blue, B06 White, B04 Blue, B02 Blue


June 20-22 Rainier Challenge (Girls) @ WPFC Complex, Puyallup

 - Girls G07 Blue, G05 Blue


June 26 -28 Rainier Challenge (Boys) @ WPFC Complex, Puyallup

 - Boys B09 Blue, B08 Blue, B06 Blue, B05 Blue   


July 24-26  Crossfire Cup @ 60 Acres, Redmond

 - 2010 through 2002 teams
 
Development Academy Teams


Aug 7-9 - Island Shield, Bainbridge Island

 - All teams 2006 through 2002 teams


Aug 21-23 - Island Cup, Bainbridge Island

 - All teams 2010 through 2007 teams
 - 
Development Academy Teams


 

Select Program

Select Soccer at BIFC

Bainbridge Island FC (BIFC) is extremely proud of its Select Soccer Program.  The success of BIFC's teams can be directly contributed to the long-term, progressive development of the individual players on our teams. From the beginning, BIFC players are trained with their long-term development in mind rather than immediate team success. BIFC coaches are committed to this philosophy and our club utilizes a professional coaching staff to ensure that players get the maximum amount of learning and development.

Everything we do is about building people, building kids. We believe that good values lead to good people, and good people can do great things. The way we do that is through soccer, we provide opportunities for players to play the beautiful game, because the beautiful game is fun to play. Our players are trained with their long-term development in mind rather than immediate team success, but we find success following this path. Come play on our team.


Not only do BIFC select team players perform well in the realm of club soccer, BIFC training is proven preparation for high school soccer. The strength of a high school program usually reflects the number of club players on the team and the level at which those players compete during their club season.

Play Ups

Children will be allowed to tryout for older age groups, please notify Technical Director - Phil Avison if you intend to tryout for an older age group. Players trying out for an older age group must try out at their own age group. We do have a set criteria for players being allowed to play up, each player's position will be individually reviewed by the BIFC Director of Coaching, Technical Director and coaching staff.

HS Age Groups

BIFC teams within the older age groups, will be formed in a similar manner to how HS teams are formed across the state of Washington and the US. With a Varsity, JV and JVC groups representing the club.

Is Select soccer for you?

Select soccer is for serious soccer players who want professional instruction and who desire a more competitive environment with other players who share the same goals. Most select soccer players tend to be those that want to play for their high school and possibly in college. Players should not try out for a competitive team simply because some of their friends are. They should tryout because they enjoy playing soccer, want to learn to play at a more advanced level, and are willing to commit the time and effort required to become the best soccer player possible.

Select Level Commitment

At BIFC, select teams train 2 times each week for 1.5 hours each session. In addition goal keepers are required to attend goal keeper training weekly. Scrimmages, practice games, and tournaments are an integral part of the commitment. Scrimmages or practice games may be scheduled during the week in addition to regular training or on the weekends. Teams enter 3 tournaments each summer which will require weekend travel in the Puget Sound area, and possibly beyond.

Beyond the added training, match and tournament requirements, select level players are truly challenged to perform at a higher level both technically and tactically, individually and as a team. More is expected of each player and each team in commitment, effort, desire, and development results.

More questions, please contact Phil Avison, Technical Director

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