Spring Dates and Policies

2014

Week of February 17th: Spring practice can officially begin, weather permitting.

March 1st -  2nd: Weekend that games begin for Challenge teams

March 29th - 30th: Spring Break – No games this weekend

April 19th - 20th:       Easter Break – No games this weekend

May 3rd  -  4th: Last weekend of games for Challenge Teams

May 10th - 11th: Singer Challenge State Cup

**Please note – Challenge games may begin as early as Friday evening of the weekend**

 

CASL POLICES

REFUND POLICY: REFUND REQUESTS FOR THE SPRING 2014 SEASON MUST BE SUBMITTED IN WRITING BY COMPLETING THE REFUND REQUEST FORM found on the CASL website.  The Refund Request Form should be sent to the attention of the division registrar.  Refund Request Forms must be received (not postmarked) in the CASL office on or before February 14th.  Refunds will be issued for the amount of the registration fees paid less a $25 administrative fee.  In addition to the $25 administrative fee, any nonrefundable fees that have been paid by CASL on the player’s behalf will be deducted from the amount of the refund.  Any Requests received after February 14th will not be honored.

NOTICE: CHECK PAYMENTS
There will be a $15 returned check fee.  If your check is returned to CASL unpaid your child will not be placed on a team and will be ineligible to participate in games and practices until the registration fee along with the $15 returned check fee is paid in full.  Cash or money order only will be accepted as payment for a returned check. 

PLAYER ELIGIBILITY: The Capital Area Soccer League prohibits players from participating with other clubs while registered to a CASL Challenge team.  Players registered to a challenge team may only practice with their team.  No players from other divisions may practice with a challenge team unless granted permission by the CASL Challenge DOC or Chairman.

ORGANIZATION: The Capital Area Soccer League (CASL) is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization founded to promote and administer the operation of a participation soccer league in Wake County and surrounding areas. CASL is run by a volunteer Board of Directors and assisted by paid staff employees.

INSURANCE: Youth players, coaches, and assistant coaches are covered by accident insurance during each season at scheduled practices and games.  A deductible and policy limits apply.  The policy is secondary to insurance maintained by parents, employers, etc. EQUIPMENT: It is MANDATORY per CASL Rules for all players to wear shin guards.

REGISTRATION: Veteran Challenge players, in order to remain on their same teams, must complete registration and payment by November 25th.

CASL OFFICE HOURS: CASL Office Hours are posted on the CASL website.  CASL office is closed on Wednesdays and hours vary on other days depending on the time of year.  Please check the CASL website for office hours if planning to visit the office.

CASL SCHEDULING LEAGUE: CASL registered teams are scheduled four home games per team in their home areas (Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary/Apex, Garner, Holly Springs).  Occasionally, a team not registered with CASL will be accepted into the CASL Scheduling League.   These scheduling league teams also get four home games if they choose to play on their own club’s fields which are usually outside of Wake County.  This means CASL registered teams may have to travel out of Wake County just as scheduling league teams will have to travel out of their home county.