Manager's Corner


Team managers are an integral part of Kingdom SC as they help the club and teams function more effectively.  It is the manager’s job to communicate between the coach, players, and the Club Administrator. The managers are expected to oversee the parent volunteers that are needed.

Duties Include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Communicate with parents to coordinate all player jersey numbers.
  • Follow up with parents to be sure they have completed all paperwork such as registration forms, birth certificates, medical release forms, concussion forms, and an up to date headshot photo loaded on the player’s Gotsoccer account.
  • Follow directions for tournament paperwork and submit it on time as well as payment.
  • Coordinate any team volunteers.
  • Follow up to make sure all players have ordered uniforms online.
  • Coordinate hotel and travel arrangements for tournaments and games.
  • Provide a team roster with names, addresses, phone #’s, emails, and parent’s names to all players via email.
  • Collect and hold the player passes for each player. Include an identification card attached to the ring in case passes are lost.
  • Turn in player cards to the Kingdom office after your seasonal year is complete.
  • Create a calling tree and e-mail list for team communications.
  • Act as a conduit between the team, coach, and Club Administrator.
  • Provide practice and game schedules via email, and distribute any other communications as may be necessary during the season as you receive them from the coach.
  • Plan end of the season party for the team if applicable.
  • Collect and have available Liability/Medical Release Forms.
  • Assist the team Coaches in any way needed to assure the smooth operation of your team and an enjoyable soccer experience for the players and parents.

Suggested: Get team volunteers for:

  1. Coordinating tournaments and hotel arrangements
  2. First-Aid kit—keeping it stocked
  3. Tent—if team decides they want one at games
  4. Scorekeeper—need someone at every home game to keep stats and do score sheet.
  5. Team Pictures

Home Games:

  1. Contact the visiting team 2 days prior to the scheduled match. Arrive at least one hour prior to kickoff.
  2. Have all player cards available for refs to verify
  3. Have extra score sheets (home team supplies score sheet)
  4. Pay refs

Away Games:

  1. Contact the home team 2 days prior to the scheduled match. Verify field location and time.
  2. Arrive 1 hour prior to match
  3. Have player cards available for referee


Each team is responsible for maintaining good sportsmanship among the coaches, players, and spectators before, during, and after competition.  As the team manager, you should set the standard of excellent sportsmanship.

Club Contacts:

  • DA Contact -
  • Premier / NLC -
  • Field Coordinator -
  • U9-U12 DOC: -
  • U13-U19 DOC: -

Understand Your League of Play:
(Click the Hyperlinks Below)

What is Included in Each League?

League Websites

West Michigan Youth Soccer Association 


Directors Academy 


Michigan State Premier Soccer Program 


National League


Helpful Links for Each League

Printing Game Cards
WMYSA Rules & Regulations
Rescheduling a Game
Game Day Procedures
Referee Fees

Directors Academy
Referee Fees
DA Rules

Coach's Game Day Procedures
Referee Instruction Sheet
League Informational Documents

NLC Page

State Cup Boys
State Cup Girls
Guest & Player Forms