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RHSC Raiders Rep Program
The full 2018 Outdoor Rep training and playing schedule has been set and can be found here*.
*This schedule is subject to change. Last updated March 9, 2018.
Rep soccer is our Club's advanced development/competitive program, where players are training on the field with qualified and licensed coaches multiple times a week. Our Raiders represent Richmond Hill Soccer Club (RHSC) while competing against other clubs from across York Region, and at the older age groups against teams from across the province. Our Raiders compete from ages U8 to Adult.
Those interested in playing Rep soccer must attend trials (U13 to U18) or assessment sessions (U8 to U12) and be accepted into the program by the age group's coaches. For the full schedule of our upcoming fall sessions, visit our Trials & Assessment listings page: Rep Trials & Assessments
For a list of our Rep teams and coaches for the season, check out our Rep Contacts page.
Why Choose RHSC?
→ Qualified Coaching
Our staff is made up of passionate and qualified coaches who are dedicated to player development. We currently boast 12 Nationally Licensed, 22 Provincially Licensed, and numerous Long Term Player Development certified coaches.
→ Elite Facilities
We utilize numerous top facilities in Richmond Hill throughout the year, including 3 outdoor turf fields and a full size indoor turf dome, to ensure our players are training in the best possible environment.
→ History of Excellence
A long history of excellence, including numerous cup and league victories in both our girls and boys programs, has allowed RHSC to create a culture of success and high level player development.
Additional Program Details
The goal of our Rep program is to give each player a solid foundation of soccer skills, to help each player gain knowledge of the game and to balance the desire to win with the goal of ensuring that all players are given the opportunity to play and contribute.
At this level of competition, success and fun do not come without some extra effort. The will to win is not enough, as the player must also have the will to prepare to win. Games and practices are scheduled more frequently than the recreational House League program. For the good of the player and the team, players are expected to attend practice, to practice properly and to do all of the other things which are necessary if he/she is to become a skilled soccer player and a contributing part of a competitive soccer team.
A Rep surcharge covers the additional cost associated with this program. All coaches are certified and pre-screened by the Club. To view a list of some the most qualified coaches in our Club, click here.