Welcome to the Resource Center. Here you will find everything from registration and payment links to volunteer hours list and various forms needed for different programs.
Register for WPFC programs and tryouts:
Please visit our Bonzi page for online registration for all WPFC programs and tryouts. Here is the link to register:
For payments or account update information:
At any time, you can make changes to your member profile (email address, phone number etc.) And make payments to your account on Bonzi’s secured server. For payments, scroll to the middle of the page where you will see the account balances and click on the green pay now button. To make changes to a profile, click on the profile you want to change and then update the information and click on save changes. Each profile must be updated individually. The email address on the player file is the address most club communications are sent to.
Questions about your Account or Payment information? Contact Kristine Spidahl.
General volunteer information:
It is with volunteer help from our membership that Washington Premier FC is able to fund raise dollars to help keep the soccer fees stable and to raise the funds to help improve our soccer complex. It is the expectation of the club, that each family complete 6 hours of volunteer work per season. The club provides families the option to buy out of their volunteer hour commitment at the rate of $20 per hour. If you want to buy out of your hours, contact Cheryl Mercuri.
How to check your hours:
Click on the button below, to check the hours logged for your family for the 2017/18 season. The spreadsheet is in alphabetical order by last name. You can only view the sheet. There is a lot of clerical intervention that goes into tracking the hours, if you feel there is a discrepancy, please contact Cheryl Mercuri for resolution.
- Uniform try on help–Completed
- Misc. Opportunity 1–Completed
- Opportunity 2–Completed
- Opportunity 3–Completed
- Pre-auction committee–Completed
- Rainier challenge girls prep–Completed
- Rainier challenge girls weekend–Completed
- Rainier challenge boys prep–Completed
- Rainier challenge boys weekend–Completed
- Summer junior classic–Completed
- River jam prep–Completed
- River jam–Completed
- Junior event 9/15–Completed
- Opportunity 4–Completed
- Dinner event–Completed
- Dinner event bakers–Completed
- Every volunteer must sign in and sign out to get credit. If you don’t sign out you won’t get credit.
- If working at the tournament, volunteers need to wear a safety vest.
- Volunteers must be 16 years old
- If you sign in for a shift it is the expectation that you work the entire shift. Having 3 family members sign in for one hour doesn’t work. It leaves us heavy on the front end of the shift and light on the back end.
- Tournament parking is where we always need the most help. If you get assigned to parking, understand it based on need.
- If a shift is full, meaning we have every position staffed, do not write you name in for the shift.
- If on-line sign up is being used, follow the instructions on the sheet.
- Volunteers working the dinner event must be 21 years old due to alcohol being served.
Documents & Forms
This section of our site is for Washington Premier FC players and parents to have necessary tools and information for participation in Washington Premier FC it is up to the players, parents, and the coach/manager to have all necessary and completed forms with signature turned in, before participation can begin. All forms are formatted into an adobe acrobat file or PDF.
Note: To view and download the PDF files, you’ll need adobe’s free acrobat reader software. If you don’t have it, click below to visit adobe and download acrobat reader.
Parents that would like to request assistance with their club dues should complete a dues assistance application form. The club dues assistance program will evaluate each application for acceptance based on eligibility criteria and restrictions. Any monies awarded to families will be paid directly to the club’s treasurer. To qualify for assistance, an initial payment of 10% is required on the player’s club account.
Code of Conduct
Washington Premier FC requires all coaches, managers, players, and parents to review, understand and abide by our club’s code of conduct(s). Our club wants to be sure everyone keeps our mission in mind and encourages having fun playing soccer. All managers are to review these code of conducts with coaches, players and parents at your first team meeting.
Anti-Bullying Cyber-bullying Policy
WPFC’s mission states that through competitive soccer and a commitment to excellence, we strive to provide our youth members an experience that will guide the development of their character, athletic and leadership abilities and their sense of community. Part of that experience shall include a safe and inclusive training environment free from bullying both on and off the field to the best of our abilities. While it is not possible to eliminate all instances of conflict or disagreement, there is no room for discrimination, violence or bullying in our organization.
Bullying can include but is not limited to the following:
- Intentionally exhibiting physical or emotional harm toward another player.
- Intentionally destroying or damaging another player’s property.
- Creating a hostile environment which interferes with a player’s training and learning experience.
Cyber-bullying can include but is not limited to the following:
- Misuse of technology to include intentional intimidation, harassment or threatening behavior or language toward another player.
- Sending or posting inappropriate content on any technological devise which includes texts, pictures and web posts intending on reasonable harm or harassment toward another player or club member.
At WPFC, the safety of your player is our utmost responsibility and is taken very seriously. In an effort to support this policy, if you feel your player has been affected by bullying within our organization, the following steps will be taken to rectify the situation:
- Counsel affected players. Affirm our policy on bullying and cyber-bullying to affected players.
- Closely monitor the situation to avoid further conflict and intervene when necessary.
- Repeated episodes can result in suspension and permanent expulsion from the club.
If you feel that your player has been affected by bullying, the following order of notification can be taken:
- Speak with the coach with specific and pertinent information regarding the incidence(s).
- Second line of contact will be the director of coaching.
- Third line of contact will be the board of directors.
All club members shall be responsible for their personal behavior both on and off the field and shall represent the core values and mission supported by WPFC to provide a safe environment free from bullying/cyber-bullying.
The WPFC injury policy and post injury wavier form are to be used whenever there is a WPF player injury during a match, training, or club event. The form should be prepared by the player’s parent/guardian.
The Washington Premier FC medical release form can be used for both club and guest players. This form does not have to be notarized for a player to participate in a tournament in Washington state. However, it must be notarized for participation in out of state tournaments.
Senior Athlete Scholarship
The WPFC Scholar Athlete Award recognizes the outstanding achievements among the WPFC high school seniors in the areas of academic excellence, community service and involvement and athletic achievement and sportsmanship. At WPFC, we strive to create champions on the field and in life. To that end, the club encourages all of the athletes to make a difference whether it is on the pitch, in the classroom or in the community. This award honors those players that best exemplify those traits.