FAQ's
 
1.
What are our soccer seasons?
2.
What is our goal?
3.
When and where are games played?
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How early should I arrive on game day?
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How often do teams practice?
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How often must a player attend practice?
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What should be expected from the coaches?
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What should be expected from the parents?
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What should be expected from the players?
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What to do to resolve a conflict?
11.
How to get in touch with us?
 
Answers
 
1.
What are our soccer seasons?
Alamo Revolution competes in both a fall and spring seasons. In addition to regular season games, we will compete in various tournaments, and even indoor events, during the off season.

2.
What is our goal?
We strive to create an environment that will allow our players to gain skill and confidence. The skills our players learn are tools to that can be used on and off the field.

3.
When and where are games played?
Our home games will be played at GRAYSA fields in Schertz, TX. See Field Locations for directions.

4.
How early should I arrive on game day?
Players should be on the field, ready to warm up, 45 minutes before the start of the game.

5.
How often do teams practice?
Teams usually practice three times a week for 90 minutes practice session (2 hours for the older kids). Additional sessions may also be available at no cost.

6.
How often must a player attend practice?
Players are expected to attend all practice sessions. Parents have to call the coaches in case of an absence and for the older teams it is preferable that the athlete calls. Make every effort to have the kids at training, scrimmages and games on time.

7.
What should be expected from the coaches?
Instructions to both players and parents on the game of soccer. Our coaches will be role models of good sportsmanship, by winning with humility and losing with dignity. Coaches lead by example, through honesty, passion and integrity.

8.
What should be expected from the parents?
Parents have to be supportive of the teams, the players, the coaches and the referees. They should use respectful language at all times and send the right message to their children. During games, parents should not coach, but encourage the team and especially their children.

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What should be expected from the players?
Attention and respectful language at all times, as well as a willingness to learn. Success and fun do not come without effort. Showing up on game day is not enough. The players have to make the commitment to learn, respect the coaches, and be part of a team. They have to be passionate about soccer and be willing to make some sacrifices to become better soccer players. Practicing or playing during the off-days to develop skills is critical. 

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What to do to resolve a conflict?
If you have questions about playing-time and the position that your child is playing, arrange a respectful meeting with the coach. Take advantage of opportunities to learn about soccer so that you will understand what the coach is trying to accomplish with your child and the team.

11.
How to get in touch with us?
Calling is always an option, but email is by far the most efficient method to contact us.