Frequently Asked Questions
Radnor Soccer League (RSL) intraclub programs are designed to introduce our youngest players (PreK-2nd-grade) to the game in a fun, inspirational and structured environment. The coaching is mainly parent driven, and run by our professional RSL Director of Coaching who supports parents on the field throughout the season – including game days. For grades 3 and higher, RSL is designed for young athletes who love the game, want to improve their skills, and play in a competitive environment without the expected commitment level of travel soccer.
Our travel program is designed for the more serious player with three levels of travel teams; Premier, Black and Red. Our Premier teams commit to playing a 3 season schedule and while encourage players to participate in multiple sports, we expect those selected for our Premier teams to participate in all 3 seasons. Each travel team is led by a professional coach that's dedicated to providing a great experience in a highly competitive environment.
Regardless of whether your child plays RSC travel or RSL intraclub, Radnor Soccer Club is dedicated to improving every player's skills, and teaching the fundamentals of the game while having a lot of fun doing it.
Fall Programs: Soccer League registrants who withdrawal from fall programs prior to August 1 will be eligible for a full refund of their registration fees minus applicable transaction and processing fees incurred by Radnor Soccer Club through third-party vendors used to facilitate the club's registration platform.
All refund requests for fall programs received after August 1 are not eligible for a refund.
Spring Programs: Soccer League registrants who withdrawal from spring programs prior to March 15 will be eligible for a full refund of their registration fees minus applicable transaction and processing fees incurred by Radnor Soccer Club through third-party vendors used to facilitate the club's registration platform.
All refund requests for fall programs received after March 15 are not eligible for a refund.
Travel Programs (any season): The full amount of fees for travel soccer are due at the time a player accepts an invitation to play on a travel team. Due to the nature of travel programs and the cost incurred for tournament registrations, uniforms, and professional coaches, Radnor Soccer Club is unable to provide any consideration for refunds after a player has accepted an invitation to play for a RSC travel team.
Radnor Soccer Club does offer payment plans and financial assistance for players in need of financial support. Consideration for assistance is handled on an individual basis and through the RSC Scholarship and Financial Aid Committee. All requests for financial assistance should be submitted prior to the start of the RSC program for which assistance is needed. For more information, visit the Scholarships and Financial Aid section of the RSC website.
The Radnor Soccer Club Board of Directors reserves the right, to exercise their discretion in providing individual consideration for an exception to the club's stated refund policy and eligibility dates in the event that a participant is unable to participate in all, or any part of a program, session, or season, as a result of extenuating or special circumstances. Any request for an exception must be submitted in writing to the RSC Director or Programs and be presented to the RSC Board Directors. Consideration for exceptions will only be made on an individual basis so to not imply a change in the stated policy as outlined above.
RSL intraclub programs try to accommodate all team requests and, as a community club, understands the importance of our players to have fun and enjoy playing with their friends. This is why our teams are structured around schools and grade levels.
RSC travel programs are ability based teams, and therefore it's not possible to accommodate change requests.
Radnor Soccer Club does not run soccer summer camps at this time. If you are interested in local summer camp opportunities, you can explore WCUPSA or Philly Union.
We are always looking for parents and community members to volunteer. You can find out more in the Volunteers section on this page.
In 2016 US Soccer released a new set of player development initiatives that outline the philosophy and objectives for youth soccer in the United States.
Radnor Soccer Club pioneered small sided soccer decades ago, and continues to support our younger players by following the guidelines in the US Soccer Player Development Initiatives.
The full Player Development Initiatives pdf is below: