News and Announcements

CCDFC Spring Jr. Academy

Posted by Central Coast Dynasty FC at Apr 13, 2021 2:11PM PDT
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CC Dynasty Futbol Club is hosting a Spring Jr. Academy on Fridays 5-6 pm at Barney Schwartz Park in Paso Robles.
The Academy hopes to find players that are looking for some development and possibly build teams for the future.
It is Free to attend.
Please bring the CCDFC Med Release Form to your first session and give to the Coaches.
The form can be found under Club Documents.

For Questions Contact the Coaches-
Justin Watty- 805-550-0039, Michael Valenzuela 805-391-0254

Club DOC- Miguel Figueroa 805-440-9450

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CCDFC B08 Team is conducting Spring Team Tryouts.

Please see flyer and contact Coach Micheal Valenzuela of DOC Miguel Figueroa for Questions.
Make sure to bring your CCDFC Form to your first session.
Form can be found on the CLUB DOCUMENTS Tab titled CCDFC_MED_RELEASE_FORM.pdf

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CCDFC will be conducting its Annual General Meeting and Elections on 4.18.21 at 6PM.

Location- Sea Pines Golf Resort- Conference Room – Los Osos, CA. 1945 Solano Street, Los Osos, CA
Please bring a mask – Food & Beverages available on site if desired.

If you are interested in being a part of the CC Dynasty FC Board or assisting with any of our committees.
Please contact Gary Setting – CCDFC President
Email- garysetting@gmail.com
Phone- 805-235-3853

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The following is Part 3 of continuing announcements from the Cal South Board of Directors addressing our Return to Play Plan and introduces comprehensive actions that are being taken to assist our members to return to playing the game at all levels and making our programs more accessible and more affordable for all.

March 12, Fullerton CA., the following announcement addresses the State Cup Divisions (Mayors, Governors, Presidents and Nationals) for the 2021 Competitions.

Cal South has served and supported all levels of competitive youth soccer since 1974, hosting the highest-level competitive events and providing millions in Travel subsidies and resources to competitive teams. Teams playing in the Cal South family have won record numbers of Regional and National Championships through the years.

With the Covid 19 pandemic impact on the capability of the Gaming Leagues to activate their Fall Seasons, numerous Leagues/Clubs did not create and/or activate Teams in the Fall 2020 season. To address this issue,

Cal South has revised some of the key Rules and Regulations regarding the various State Cup divisions as shown below, to allow teams to be formed and activated and apply to the respective State Cup Divisions.

Recognizing the fact that the Presidents Cup and National Cup competitions are governed by the USYS National Rules and Regulations, the greatest impact of the approved changes are realized in the Mayors and Governors divisions.

The following describes the changes to the Cal South Rules and Regulations for 2021 for the respective competitions; the first section details the changes that apply to all the competitions, and the second section details the changes specific to each competition.

The following are changes to the Rules and Regulations that apply to all the 2021 State Cup Divisions (Mayors, Governors, Presidents) and 2021 National Cup.

Teams applying to the State Cup or National Cup competitions must be activated in the Cal South 2020 Fall Season.
If a League/Club has Team(s) activated in the Spring 2021 season, Cal South Staff will move the Team(s) to the Fall 2021 season upon request.
Teams must apply to the respective State Cup or National Cup competitions from the Cal South Fall 2020 season.
Team Eligibility Rule: Waived
Impact
Teams do not need to satisfy the condition that “The team must have competed in a Cal South approved Fall 2020 League playing a minimum of four (4) games prior to State Cup application deadline using Cal South approved player passes for the seasonal year”.
Outcome:
Teams activated in the Cal South Fall 2020 season, that have not played in a Fall Gaming League can apply to the State Cup or National Cup.
Continuity Rule: Waived
Impact:
Teams no longer need to satisfy the condition that “13U and older teams must demonstrate continuity of rosters between the Cal South Online System Team Registration roster and State Cup Team Tournament roster by maintaining a minimum of nine (9) players common to the rosters of both. 9U and 10U teams must maintain a minimum of five (5) players and 11U and 12U teams must maintain a minimum of seven (7) players common to rosters of both. Player retention shall be based on the Cal South Online System Team registration roster as of November 15th of the current seasonal year”
Outcome
Teams can be activated in the Cal South Fall 2020 Fall season and applied to the State Cup or National Cup.
Spring Gaming Leagues
Cal South has obtained a commitment from the Cal South Spring Gaming Leagues, that they will adjust their schedules to accommodate the Cal South State Cup and National Cup competitions.
Teams playing in the respective Spring Gaming Leagues should notify the respective League administrator and let them know of the potential conflict.
Play dates for the State Cup and National Cup
The Play dates for State Cup and National Cup have been published and can be found clicking the following links:
State Cup Divisions: https://calsouth.com/state-cup/
National Cup: https://calsouth.com/national-cup/
The following are changes to the Rules and Regulations that apply specifically to the 2021 State Cup Divisions (Mayors, Governors, Presidents) or 2021 National Cup.

State Cup Mayors Division Rules and Regulation Changes
Transfers (Section 3.5): Changed
Impact
The number of allowed Transfers has been increased from the previous 5 Transfers to the following for the respective Age Groups:
Teams playing 9v9, (2010/11U and 2009/12U) will be allowed 6 Transfers
Teams playing 11v11, (2008/13U through 20U) will be allowed 7 Transfers
Outcome
This will allow activated teams with “thin” rosters to add additional players
Club Pass (Section 3.6) Changed
Impact
The number of Club Passed players allowed has been increased, from the previous 5 Club Passed players, to the following for the respective Age Groups:
Teams playing 9v9, (2010/11U and 2009/12U) will be allowed 6 Club Passed players
Teams playing 11v11, (2008/13U through 20U) will be allowed 7 Club Passed Players
Outcome
This will allow activated teams with “thin” rosters to add additional Club Passed players
Roster Size (Section 3.7) Changed
Impact
The maximum “Roster Size” for the Teams playing in the 7v7 and 9v9 Age groups haves been increased by 2 additional players
Teams playing 7v7, (2012/9U and 2011/10U) will be allowed to have a maximum Roster size of 14
Teams playing 9v9, (2010/11U and 2009/12U) will be allowed to have a maximum Roster size of 18 players.
Outcome
This will allow the Teams that are transitioning from 7v7 to 9v9 and from 9v9 to 11v11 to retain their full rosters.
State Cup Governors Division Rules and Regulation Changes
Transfers (Section 3.5): Changed
Impact
The number of allowed Transfers has been increased from the previous 5 Transfers to the following for the respective Age Groups:
Teams playing 9v9, (2010/11U and 2009/12U) will be allowed 6 Transfers
Teams playing 11v11, (2008/13U through 20U) will be allowed 7 Transfers
Outcome
This will allow activated teams with “thin” rosters to add additional players
Club Pass (Section 3.6) Changed
Impact
The number of Club Passed players allowed has been increased from the previous 5 Club Passed players to the following for the respective Age Groups:
Teams playing 9v9, (2010/11U and 2009/12U) will be allowed 6 Club Passed players
Teams playing 11v11, (2008/13U through 20U) will be allowed 7 Club Passed Players
Outcome
This will allow activated teams with “thin” rosters to add additional Club Passed players
Roster Size (Section 3.7) Changed
Impact
The maximum “Roster Size” for the Teams playing in the 7v7 and 9v9 Age Groups haves been increased by 2 additional players
Teams playing 7v7, (2012/9U and 2011/10U) will be allowed to have a maximum Roster size of 14
Teams playing 9v9, (2010/11U and 2009/12U) will be allowed to have a maximum Roster size of 18 players.
Outcome
This will allow the Teams that are transitioning from 7v7 to 9v9 and from 9v9 to 11v11 to retain their full rosters
National Cup
Far West Regionals and Far West Regionals Wild Cards
Since the California Regional League (CRL) was not allowed to play this season Cal South has gained approval from US Youth Soccer to apply the CRL Champions for Regionals to the National Cup.
Impact:
The Champion of the respective National Cup Age Group will be awarded the Cal South State representative to the Far West Regionals
The Finalist of the respective National Cup Age Group will be awarded the entry to the Far West Regionals as the CRL representative.
If there is an additional Wild Card (This happens every year when other states do not send a team to Far West Regionals), the two National Cup Semifinalist for the respective Age Group, will play a one game playoff to determine who receive the third wild card for the Far West Regionals.
For more information about the State Cup and National Cup competitions please click on the following links:

State Cup Divisions: https://calsouth.com/state-cup/
National Cup: https://calsouth.com/national-cup/
In the coming days, Cal South will continue with announcements regarding their Return to Play Plan with significant changes to the following programs:

California Regional League (CRL) and how it fits with the Cal South Sanctioned Gaming Leagues and the new expanded National League P.R.O. program of US Youth Soccer.
Coaching Education discounts and benefits exclusive to our Cal South Members.
Pro+/ODP revision for our members to extend the player identification at the local level.
The elimination of other Cal South fees and exclusive Cal South member benefits.
Updates to the TopSoccer Program.
Referee Program benefits for Cal South Members.
US Youth Soccer National League expansion and the new P.R.O program.
Adult league programming and enhancements to other adult
Stay connected with Cal South for more announcements on the items listed above.

Coast Soccer League 2.26.21 Update

Posted by Central Coast Dynasty FC at Feb 26, 2021 6:10PM PST
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February 26 Update:

LA County, San Luis Obispo County and Orange County have now met the requirements for games to be played (less than 14 cases per 100k adjusted case rate) and we expect several other counties to meet that threshold in the next week or two.

We plan on a tentative schedule to be posted on March 10th with field locations being added as they become available.

We will try to start as many games as possible on March 20th or 21st, although some games may have to be pushed back if fields are still not available.

Teams will have until March 5th to let us know if they are dropping. Any teams dropping after that date will not be entitled to any refunds or credits.

Teams also have the option to play Cal South State Cup in May- any teams opting to also play in State Cup will have their schedule adjusted accordingly so that they can do both League and State Cup.

Reminder that team formats are the same as last fall: 2010 and 2009 play 9v9; and 2011 -2013 play 7v7.

We will follow up on March 5th with more information about getting the season underway.

WELCOME BACK – we have all been waiting a long time for our kids to get back out on the field!! Enjoy it.

And – Thank you for being so patient and standing strong in support of CSL. This has been a challenging time for everyone – especially our players.

Best wishes,

CSL Board of Directors.