Total Athlete


  • Skills
  • Stamina
  • Coordination
  • Tactics


  • Christian
  • Coaches
  • Impacting devotionals
  • Prayer
  • Evangelism


  • Attitude
  • Sportsmanship
  • Respect
  • Teamwork

Parents Responsibility

Encourage good sportsmanship

Be supportive and cheer for your child. I will encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for ALL players, coaches, and officials at every game, practice, or any other team event. Encourage your child to treat other players, coaches, fans and officials with respect, regardless of age, race, sex, creed, or ability. I will do the same.

Foster a positive environment

Refrain from yelling out negative comments at the players, coaches, officials, members of the other teams, and the other parents. Do not use profanity at any practices or games. Provide support for coaches and officials working with my child to provide a positive, enjoyable experience for all. Do your best to make youth sports fun for my child.

Let the coach’s coach

Refrain from coaching your child or any player on the team from the sidelines Show support for the coach’s decisions for the team. You have entrusted the care of your player to these coaches and they need to be free to do their job. If players have too many coaches, it is confusing for them and their performance usually declines.

Support and root for all players on the team and field

Foster teamwork. Your child’s teammates or opponents are not the enemy. When they are playing better than your child, your child now has a wonderful opportunity to learn. Encourage your child and the team and have only positive things to say on the soccer field. Put the game in perspective and not put winning above the well being of my child or the team.


Encourage your child to practice at home

It is important if your child is to reach their full potential that they practice their skills at home. Encourage them to spend at least 15 minutes every day touching the ball-you will be amazed how quickly their ball skills improve.

Show commitment

Each member of our teams is important to the success of the team. Help your child learn the value of commitment by supporting your child and their team by arriving at practices and games on time and communicating with your coach in advance if you have a conflict.

Matthew 18 Principle

Communicate in an honest and respectful manner with the coach and the club. Refrain from speaking negatively to others or gossiping about K4C coaches or teams. Go directly to your coach if you have concerns or comments. Do not approach your coach after a practice unless you have set up a meeting to do so. Give your coach 24 hours before contacting him/her after a game. Speak directly to the K4C directors about any concerns you may have and refrain from negative talk with others who are not part of the solution.

Additional guidelines

Help provide a drug, alcohol and tobacco-free sports environment for my child and agree to assist by refraining from their use at ALL youth sports events and team gatherings that represent K4C soccer.
Do not bring any pets to any games or practices.
I understand that refunds will not be given. I understand that weather may affect the number of practices and games that my child receives and refunds will not be given because of weather. I understand that even if my child is injured then I am still fully responsible for all registration fees and team fees.
I understand that if my actions, words, or behavior at practices and/or games do not follow the guidelines listed above or the guidelines set by Kickin’ for the Cross, that I may be asked to leave the game or practice. I understand that my behavior may also affect the playing time of my child.

Support our program

Get involved. Volunteer. Help with setting up or cleaning up the field. Tell others about K4C Soccer at school, church, in your neighborhood. Support another child financially to participate in the program.