Timberwolves Soccer Club: Payment/Fees

What do fees Include?

TSC is a 501-3c organization and is commitment to keeping cost low while offering a great competitive soccer experience for your player. Teams fees are based on what it cost TSC to field a team. Typical these costs are:


  • All league games,  (fee paid to NHSA and GSYSL, insurance for players)

  • Referee fees (all refs are paid, and the number of refs varies by age group)

  • Two soccer tournaments each year (tournaments fees for team can range from $100-$750,  depending on tournament and age level)

  • You will also receive team training with Jorge Pardo and the staff of Caramba Skills Camp during a one week summer camp.  

  • TSC also must account for the cost of lining the fields, replacing lost or damaged locks for the goals, and miscellaneous items like replacing the netting on the nets for example.

 TSC is moving away from volunteer coaching to professional coaching.  The success of our teams in the older age brackets has indicated that this plan will be successful.



Tryout fees are only refundable if TSC does not extend an offer to a player. If an offer is extended the tryout fee will be applied to balance owed.

Commitment to a team is for BOTH fall and spring season. Once a verbal offer has been made to join a team, fees must be paid in full to secure your position on the team. All fees are NON REFUNDABLE. Players with an outstanding balance will be ineligable to play.

The cost of uniforms and accessories cannot be refunded because they are special orders, as a result ALL SALES ARE FINAL for these items.

 Please note, while we ask that you make uniform selections prior to tryouts, you will not be charged for a uniform until you accept a spot on a team.


Financial Assistance

TSC is aware that in the current economy that financial hardship is a reality.  We encourage anyone who in this that situation to contact the club immediately.

Scholarships are available for families in need of assistance with season registration fees as well as high school seniors planning on attending college.


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