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At Rose City Futsal we believe that nothing unites a community like sport and that no sport unites a community quite like futsal. We have built a home for the people who love this sport – a place where people of all age and skill levels will feel welcome and have fun. Rose City Futsal is place to play, learn, watch and to simply gather with friends.

Rose City Futsal was founded in 2013 by a group of ten Portland families passionate about soccer who set out to create a place where all soccer fans and players could celebrate the heart of the game. Rose City Futsal offers training and play at all levels, as well as soccer shops, physical therapy sessions and a pub to enjoy food and drink while watching or after playing.

Come play with us!

About Futsal

Fun and fast, Futsal is a dynamic form of soccer played worldwide. It is a five-a-side game played on a court about the size of a basketball court. The smaller, heavier ball stays on the ground more, encouraging quick play and improving footwork. This makes Futsal an ideal training tool for youth and adults or simply an awesome game on its own.

The game of Futsal began in Uruguay in the 1930’s as a 5-a-side game for youth players in YMCA competitions. It quickly spread throughout South America, becoming most popular in Brazil as a fun pick up form of soccer, often played to lively music with a strong focus on ball control and quick passing. Compared to soccer, futsal demands more versatile players and has a much lower injury rate.

Many of the top soccer players in the world claim futsal as a pivotal element in their skills development – Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Alexis Sanchez, just to name a few.

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OYSA YOUTH LEAGUES

To be able to print an OYSA card, the player must be rostered in a team registered with OYSA.

Once the team is registered and the player rostered (the player will have to provide the info required for it), then you will be able to print the card.

  • If your player is on a PYSA or OYSA club team then you may use that player card or print a new copy so the coaches can keep the outdoor card with them.
  • If your player is registering through an RCF team then we will help with the card once the player is rostered.
  • If your player is registering through a neighborhood team then the coach must contact OYSA to register the team and then the players.

For more information from OYSA please contact Jose at OYSA or the OYSA futsal web page.

Fun and fast, Futsal is a dynamic form of soccer played worldwide! The game of Futsal began in Uruguay in the 1930’s as a 5-a-side game for youth players in YMCA competitions. It quickly spread throughout South America, becoming most popular in Brazil as a fun pick up form of soccer, often played to lively music with a strong focus on great ball control and quick passing. Futsal is a very fun game to play and an excellent complement to outdoor soccer. The game was formally named Futsal in 1989 as part of FIFA’s efforts to unify the rules and market the sport worldwide. Played on a smaller field, Futsal emphasizes the development of strong passing and dribbling skills. The low bounce ball also means that in futsal, the ball spends more time on the ground. This is excellent for the development of good ball control which makes futsal an ideal training tool. Many of the top soccer players in the world claim futsal as a pivotal element in their skills development. “I think kids should be doing pickup or futsal all the time,” says current Director of Football Operations for NYC FC and former Youth Technical Director for US Soccer, Claudio Reyna. “I think it’s very important for technique. In Argentina, futsal is what kids play growing up. They get very comfortable in small spaces with the ball. It’s usually less pressure, so they can try things.” Compared to soccer, Futsal demands more versatile players and has a much lower injury rate.

OYSA NW Futsal is a city-wide youth futsal league that is played at the Portland Areas best facilities. The facilities include

  • Oregon Premier Futsal – Clackamas
  • Eastmoreland Sports Club – SE Portland
  • Rose City Futsal – EAST – NE Portland
  • Rose City Futsal – WEST – Tigard

The OYSA NW Futsal league will bring futsal to everyone with fair, competitive, and fun leagues.

There are 10 dedicated futsal courts between the four facilities. With permanent lines and regulation futsal goals.

  • The match lasts two equal periods of 22 minutes of running clock.
  • Players are entitled to a 5-minute interval at half-time.
  • Each team is entitled to a single 1-minute time-out per half when the team is in possession of the ball and the ball is out of play.
  • Teams must switch benches at half time. Bench switching is to allow substitutions to enter from the correct part of the field and for coaches to coach from the defensive half.

Games are played hourly on each court. Game times are staggered at each facility to alleviate traffic patterns. Teams will have 10-12 minutes of warm-up time on the court.

The facilities vary on offerings but all have food and beverage service.

Upon registration the team can request a home facility, with this request NW Futsal will work diligently to have as many true home games as possible. Depending on home facility requests we may not be able to accommodate all requests.

Eastmoreland Sports Club
3015 SE Berkeley Place
Portland, OR 97202

Oregon Premier Futsal
12402 SE Jennifer St, STE 190B
Clackamas, OR 97015

RCF East – Portland
5010 NE Oregon St.
Portland, OR 97213

RCF West – Tigard
10831 Cascade Ave
Tigard, OR 97223

Upon registration please put your home facility request in the comment section of the registration form. If registering in person or over the phone please specify your home facility clearly.

Games are played on Saturday or Sunday. Your team will play one game a weekend, unless reschedules occur and your team plays twice a weekend. Friday nights are reserved for reschedules and some older league divisions.

Please see the OYSA Policy page.

Yes. The NW Futsal League is a partnership with OYSA. Players must be registered with OYSA

The player cards provide supplemental insurance and work at all facilities. In order to play in a game the referee must check that you have a valid player card. Each player hands their card to the referee before each match and the card is handed back at the end of the game.

Gold, Silver and Recreational levels of play are offered. Teams may play up a year. Please contact NW Futsal info@nwfutsal.com to discuss. Our goal is to ensure competitive divisions for all teams.

Recreational players are assigned to age groups based on the school grade they began in the Fall. Competitive age groups are assigned by birth year.  Please see table below:

Recreational age groups
Age Group U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15
Grade 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade 9th Grade
Competitive age groups
Age Group ‘09 ‘08 ‘07 ‘06 ‘05 ‘04 ‘03 High School
Birth year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002-1999

Great, please contact Jose at OYSA

OYSA offers four seasons of futsal. For 2018/2019 the seasons are:

FALL 2018 – SEPTEMBER 15TH – NOVEMBER 4TH 2018

WINTER 2018 – NOVEMBER 10TH 2018 – JANUARY 21ST 2019

WINTER 2019 – JANUARY 27TH – MARCH 17TH 2019

SPRING 2019 – APRIL 6TH – JUNE 2TH 2019

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CLIVE’S PUBLIC HOUSE

It’s part of the game

Offering tasty pub fare in a low key, family friendly environment with a great selection of local microbrews, cider & wine as well as coffee, you can’t go wrong!

HISTORY

Named for Clive Charles, a local soccer legend, who joined the Portland Timbers in 1978 and went on to coach the University of Portland men’s and women’s soccer teams and the U.S. men’s Under-23 National Team. His career highlights included leading the US Men’s U23 National team to its best ever 4th place finish at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. As Head Coach of both the Men’s and Women’s Portland Pilots, Charles’ collegiate teams collectively won 13 conference championships, lost only 44 games, and earned 20 NCAA playoff berths, including 7 Final Four appearances in a combined 31 seasons. In the history of collegiate soccer, Clive Charles is only the second coach to have two teams, in the same year, competing in the NCAA semifinals. On August 29, 2003, the Portland Timbers retired Clive’s #3 jersey – the first and only uniform ever to be retired in the nearly 80-year history of Providence Park.

WATCH THE TIMBERS AT CLIVE’S

Clive’s Public House has 7 TVs for enjoying all televised Timbers and Thorns games as well as many other professional soccer matches. If you want to watch a particular sporting event, please ask our staff. We always work to accommodate your wishes.

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POLICIES

All people that wish to utilize Rose City Futsal facilities must fill out a completed waiver.

All players that wish to participate in a league game must have a player card. Player cards must be brought to every game and presented to the referee.

Player cards require a completed RCF Waiver. They can then be purchased at the Front Desk for $5. Player Cards never expire.

*In the event that a player forgets their player card, they can:

  1. Purchase a new player card for $5
  2. Purchase a temporary stamp at the Front Desk for $2

Adult League – Team & Game Cancellation Policies

Team Registration Policy:
All teams are required to pay 50% of their team registration fee at the time of registration. Rose City Futsal requires a $100 retainer for teams that pay with cash or check. This retainer is to cover a cancellation. This retainer will be refunded in full to the team at the end of the league or may be rolled over into the next session, unless there is a cancellation or if a team owes a reschedule fee.

Team Cancellation Policy:
A team that drops out of the league at least ten days before the start of the Adult League session will receive a refund for their entire team registration fee, except a $100 administration fee. Cancellation requires written notice. Any team that cancels fewer than ten days before the start of the league will not receive a refund.

Game Reschedule Policy:
Each team is allowed one reschedule request, without a fee, provided they submit their request to reschedule during the preliminary schedule period (this is a ten day period between when the preliminary schedule and the final league schedule are published). Any reschedule request after this period must be submitted at least seven days before the game and will incur a fee of $40.

Reschedule requests submitted fewer than seven days before the game will NOT be granted. These will be treated as a cancellation and will incur a fee of $100 ($75 to the opposing team, $20 to the referee and $5 to Rose City Futsal for administration time).

PLEASE EMAIL ALL RESCHEDULE OR CANCELLATION REQUESTS TO: info@rosecityfutsal.com

Rose City Futsal reserves the right to drop a team from the league at any time without refund.

Adult League Individual Registration Cancellation Policy

**Cancellation Policy: Any cancellation requests made before a team is confirmed will receive a full refund except for a $15 administrative fee. Cancellation requests made after a team is confirmed will not receive a refund.**

Please submit any cancellation requests to info@rosecityfutsal.com

PLEASE EMAIL ALL RESCHEDULE OR CANCELLATION REQUESTS TO: info@nwfutsal.com

Tournaments – Registration & Cancellation Policy

Tournaments require a $150 deposit for all teams applying to participate. Teams accepted will complete full tournament payment by the registration deadline. Teams not accepted will be refunded the full deposit amount. Any team accepted who chooses to withdraw before the registration deadline shall be refunded the cost of their deposit. Any team who chooses to withdraw from the tournament after the registration deadline chooses to forfeit their full deposit in the amount of $150.

Soccer Stars, Youth Academy & Adult Academy – Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requires a 3-day written notice before the first day of its respective class. If done so, Class tuition will be returned in full, except for a $25 Registration fee. If a player cancels within three days of a given class or if a class has already started, half of the remaining prorated class tuition will be returned (for example: if a player cancels after two classes, 50% of the cost of the remaining five classes will be refunded). If a player is injured and provides a doctor’s note, RCF will refund the remaining class’s prorated amount from the time notice is received. Rose City Futsal does not give credit towards future classes/sessions/events.

Select Teams – Cancellation Policy

All withdrawals from the RCF Select Teams program must be made in writing to Rose City Futsal. In certain instances, including serious injury, adjustments to the schedule can be made at the discretion of the Director of Coaching of RCF. Injured players must provide a doctor’s note. If a notice of cancellation is received at any time during the first month of the program, there will be a $395 fee. No refunds will be issued for payments already processed beyond the initial payment for the Monthly Plan or 3 Installments Plan. If you paid in full, the Monthly refund process would be applied. Once players commit to the team, we kindly expect players to follow through with their commitment as changes along the process can affect the overall development of all individuals within their training group. Rose City Futsal does not give credit towards future classes/sessions/events.

Camps Cancellation Policy

Summer/Holiday Camps: Cancellation requires a 7-day written notice prior to the start of the Camp. If done so, Camp registration will be returned in full, except for a $50 registration fee. If a player cancels within seven days of a given camp or after a camp has already started, half of the remaining prorated camp days tuition will be refunded (for example: if a player cancels after two days of camps, 50% of the cost of the remaining days of camp will be refunded). If a player is injured and provides a doctor’s note, RCF will refund the remaining classes prorated amount from the time notice is received (make sure to inform RCF about the injury as soon as possible).

Mini Camps & Be a Kid Friday: For Mini-Camps and Be a Kid Friday the policy is modified to require a 3-Day written notice to cancel. A $15 Registration Fee will be deducted in the event of any cancellation. If a player cancels within three days of a given camp or after a camp has already started, half of the remaining prorated camp days tuition will be refunded (for example: if a player cancels after two days of camps, 50% of the cost of the remaining days of camp will be refunded). If a player is injured and provides a doctor’s note, RCF will refund the remaining classes prorated amount from the time notice is received (make sure to inform RCF about the injury as soon as possible).

Rose City Futsal does not give credit towards future classes/sessions/events.

Birthday Parties/Court Rentals/Events – Cancellation Policy

Parties/Events:

  • A full refund will be issued to any cancellation request 14 days before the scheduled event, with the exception of a $25 processing fee.
  • Any cancellation within 14 days of the event date will be charged the $100 deposit

Court Rentals:

  • Full payment is required at the time of reservation
  • All cancellation requests made seven days before the rental date will be offered a full refund with the exception of a $25 processing fee
  • Any request within seven days will not be refunded

*All food and bookings must occur 14 days before a scheduled party. If you have a request within 14 days of the date requested, please contact parties@rosecityfutsal.com to see if we can accommodate your request.

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HOUSE RULES

RCF plays FIFA Futsal rules, with some local modifications.

  • Futsal is a low-contact sport, but just like soccer contact will be made. Please remain under control and remember everyone has work, families, and a life to get back to after the game. Fair Play = Fun Play!
  • All divisions follow a seven goal differential. If a team scores a goal increasing their lead to more than seven, it will not be counted or retroactively added. Ex: If the losing teams score another goal, the winning team needs to score again to have the goal differential reach seven again.
  • Coed divisions must have two female players on the court at all times. The goalkeeper is not included.
  • Coed division has a three goal limit for all players.*Highest Coed division Exempt*
  • A match is played by two teams of not more than five players, one of whom is the goalkeeper.
  • A match may not start if either team consists of fewer than three players.
  • The match is abandoned if one of the teams has fewer than three players on the pitch.
  • A jersey or shirt (The two teams must wear colors that distinguish them from each other and also the referees) (Each goalkeeper must wear colors that distinguish them from the other players and the referees) (*)
  • Shorts – The goalkeeper is permitted to wear pants
  • Soccer/futsal socks
  • Shin guards are recommended but not mandatory – must be entirely covered by the socks
  • Futsal shoes, or footwear of canvas or soft leather training or gymnastic shoes with soles of rubber or a similar material. No cleats allowed
  • A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to himself or another player (including any jewelry or accessories).
  • U12’s and under will play with a Futsal size 3 ball
  • U13’s and above will play with a Futsal size 4 ball
  • Rose City Futsal will provide the game ball
  • On the fly
  • The player leaves and enters the pitch via his own team’s bench area.
  • The substitute only enters the pitch after the player being replaced has left
  • If a substitute enters the pitch before the player being replaced has left or, during a substitution, a substitute enters or leaves the pitch from a place other than his team’s substitution zone the referees may caution him/her for infringing the substitution procedure. Same rules apply for goalkeepers.
  • A substitute player may replace a sent-off player and enter the pitch two full minutes after the sending-off, provided that he has the authorization of the referee or assistant referees, unless a goal is scored by the opposing team before the two minutes have elapsed, in which case the player may go in.
  • The match lasts two equal periods of 24 minutes of running clock. (*)
  • Players are entitled to a 2-minute interval at half-time. (*)
  • No time-outs (*)
  • After hearing the referee’s whistle or the timekeeper’s acoustic signal the game is over. Unless an indirect or direct free kick has been awarded, in which case the period in question is extended until the kick has been taken
  • If the ball has been played towards one of the goals, the referees must also wait for the kick to end
  • During the last 30 seconds of the game, the referee may stop the clock if a player or a team is deliberately time wasting
  • The visiting team kicks off to start the first half; home team kicks off to start second half
  • A goal may not be scored directly from the kick-off. If done so, opponent team is awarded a goal clearance
  • The ball is in play when it is kicked and moves forward
  • The ball is out of play when it fully crosses any of the boundaries lines or if it hits the ceiling – If the ball hits the ceiling while in play, the game is restarted with a kick-in taken by the opponents of the team that last touched the ball. The kick-in is taken from the point on the touch line nearest to the place on the ground above which the ball hit the ceiling.
  • There is no offside in futsal.
  • Opponent must be at a distance of no less than 5 m from the place on the touch line where the kick-in is taken
  • The ball must be stationary and kicked from the point where it left the pitch (*)
  • Player must deliver the ball within four seconds of being ready to do so
  • A goal may not be scored directly from a kick-in.
  • If, when a kick-in is taken, an opponent is closer to the ball than the required distance the kick-in is retaken by the same team and the offending player is cautioned, unless the advantage can be applied or an offence punishable by a free kick or penalty kick is committed by the opposing team of the player taking the kick-in
  • For any other infringement of the procedure for the kick-in, the kick-in is taken by a player of the
    opposing team
  • A goal may not be scored directly from a goal clearance.
  • The opponents must be on the pitch and outside the penalty area of the team taking the goal clearance until the ball is in play.
  • The goalkeeper of the defending team takes the goal clearance within four seconds of being ready to do so. If the goal clearance is not taken within four seconds, an indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team, to be taken from the penalty area line at the place nearest to where the infringement occurred
  • The ball is in play when it is thrown directly out of the penalty area by the goalkeeper of the defending team. If the ball is not thrown directly out of the penalty area from a goal clearance the clearance is retaken
  • Goal keeper cannot throw the ball over the halfway line unless it touches the pitch or another player first. If done so, an indirect free kick from the center line is awarded to opposing team.
  • A goal may be scored directly from a corner kick
  • The opponents must be on the pitch at least 5 m from the corner until the ball is in play
  • The team taking the kick must deliver the ball within four seconds of being ready to do so
  • If, when a corner kick is taken, an opponent is closer to the ball than the required distance the corner kick is retaken by the same team, and the offending player is cautioned
  • If the corner kick is not taken within four seconds, a goal clearance is awarded to the opposing team
  • Are those penalized with a direct free kick or penalty kick
  • The referees may allow play to continue by applying the advantage if the team has not previously committed seven accumulated fouls and the opposing team is not denied a goal or an obvious goal scoring opportunity. (*)
  • If they apply the advantage, the referees will indicate an accumulated foul as soon as the ball is out of play
  • All opponents must be at least 5 m from the ball until it is in play
  • A goal can be scored only if the ball subsequently touches another player before it enters the goal
  • If an indirect free kick is kicked directly into the opponents’ goal, a goal clearance is awarded
  • All opponents must be at least 5 m from the ball until it is in play
  • An indirect free kick conceded in the penalty area is taken from the penalty area line at the point nearest to where the offense was committed
  • If a player commits his team’s seventh accumulated foul in the opposing team’s half or in his own half in the area bordered by the halfway line and an imaginary line parallel to the halfway line passing through the second penalty mark, the free kick is taken from the second penalty mark.
  • If a player commits his team’s seventh accumulated foul in his own half of the pitch between the imaginary 10 m line and the goal line but outside the penalty area, the attacking team decides whether to take it from the second penalty mark or the place where the infringement occurred
  • No wall
  • The goalkeeper stays at least 5 m from the ball The players, except the kicker and the defending goalkeeper, remain behind an imaginary line that is level with the ball and parallel to the goal line and outside the penalty area, at a distance of 5 m from the ball. They may not obstruct the player taking the free kick. No player, except the kicker, may cross this imaginary line until the ball is in play
  • If the team taking the free kick takes more than four seconds, the referees award an indirect free kick to the opposing team. The kick is to be taken from the place where play is to be restarted
  • Controls the ball with his hands or feet in his own half of the pitch for more than four seconds
  • Touches the ball with his hands inside his own penalty area after it has been deliberately kicked to him by a team-mate

A direct free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a player commits any of the following offenses in a manner considered by the referees to be careless, reckless or using excessive force:

  • Kicks or attempts to kick an opponent trips an opponent jumps at an opponent
  • Charges an opponent
  • Strikes or attempts to strike an opponent
  • Pushes an opponent
  • Tackles an opponent
  • Holds an opponent
  • Spits at an opponent
  • Handles the ball deliberately (except for the goalkeeper within his own penalty area)
  • Slide tackles an opponent (*)

An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if:

  • Goalkeeper controls the ball with his/her hands or feet in his/her own half of the pitch for more than four seconds
  • Plays in a dangerous manner in the presence of an opponent
  • Impedes the progress of an opponent
  • Prevents the goalkeeper from releasing the ball from his hands

A player or substitute is cautioned if he/she commits any of the following offenses:

  • Unsporting behavior
  • Dissent by word or action
  • Persistent infringement of the Futsal Laws of the Game
  • Delaying the restart of play
  • Failure to respect the required distance when play is restarted with a corner kick, free kick or kick-in (defending players)
  • Leaving, entering or re-entering the pitch without the referees’ permission or infringement of the
    substitution procedure

A player or substitute who has been sent off must leave the vicinity of the pitch. A player or substitute is sent off if he/she commits any of the following offences:

  • Serious foul play
  • Violent conduct
  • Spitting at an opponent or any other person
  • Denying the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal scoring opportunity by deliberately handling the ball (this does not apply to a goalkeeper within his own penalty area)
  • Denying an obvious goal scoring opportunity to an opponent moving towards the player’s goal by an offence punishable by a free kick or a penalty kick using offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures
  • Receiving a second yellow card in the same match
  • In the event that a red card is administered, the officiating referee will collect the offending competitors player card.
  • A red card within the Rose City Futsal Adult League will result in an automatic two-week suspension effective one day after the red card was received. Furthermore, all red cards are subject to review, RCF reserves the right to enforce any, and all additional penalties deemed necessary.
  • The suspension disqualifies the competitor from participating in any and all Adult League activity.
  • At the end of the two-week suspension, the competitor may collect their player card from the front desk.

The authority of the referees

Each match is controlled by referees who have full authority to enforce the Futsal Laws of the Game in
connection with the match to which they have been appointed.

Powers and duties:

  • Enforce Rose City Futsal Laws of the Game
  • Ensure that any ball used meets the requirements of the game
  • Ensure that the players’ equipment meets the requirements of the rules
  • Keep a record of the match
  • Stop the match, at their discretion, for any infringements of Rose City Futsal Laws of the Game
  • Allow play to continue until the ball is out of play if a player is, in their opinion, is only slightly injured
  • Ensure that any player bleeding from a wound leaves the pitch. The player may only return on receiving a signal from the referees, who must be satisfied that the bleeding has stopped
  • Allow play to continue when the team against which an offense has been committed stands to benefit from such an advantage and penalize the original offense if the anticipated advantage does not ensue at that time
  • Punish the more serious offense when a player commits more than one offense at the same time
  • Punish the more serious misconduct when a player commits more than one act of misconduct at the same time
  • Take disciplinary action against players guilty of cautionable and sending-off offenses. They are not obliged to take this action immediately but must do so when the ball next goes out of play
  • Ensure that no unauthorized persons enter the pitch
  • Provide the appropriate authorities with a match report, which includes information on any disciplinary action taken against players and/or team officials and any other incidents that occurred before, during or after the match
  • The decisions of the referees regarding facts connected with play, including whether or not a goal is scored and the result of the match, are final. The referees may only change a decision on realizing that it is incorrect.
  • The match will last two equal periods of 22 minutes of running clock
  • Players are entitled to a 4-minute interval at half-time
  • Each team is entitled to a single 1-minute time-out per half when the team is in possession of the ball and the ball is out of play
  • Teams must switch benches at half time. Team bench is always located on the defending side.
  • The ball must be stationary and kicked from the point where it left the pitch
  • The goalkeeper may throw the ball over the halfway line at any time. Goalkeepers may not throw the ball directly into the opposing goalie penalty area
  • The goalkeeper can only touch the ball once per possession. The goalkeeper plays the ball to a teammate with hands or feet; the goalkeeper cannot touch the ball again on his/her own defensive half until the possession changes. Goalkeeper acts as a field player when playing in the offensive half.
  • Direct free kicks from 10-meter mark will start after the 5th foul in each half. Foul count will restart at half time
  • Slide tackling is allowed. As long as it is done in a safe manner and does not put other player in harm, otherwise referee may caution the player
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Employment

If you think Rose City Futsal is a fun place to play, you should try working here! We offer opportunities to those who look to have a good time and work hard….in that order. We want coaches and staff who are passionate about creating a fun, professional environment for anyone who comes to Rose City Futsal.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

CLIVE’S PUBLIC HOUSE

Clive’s Public House at Rose City Futsal looks for fun, energetic, knowledgeable, and experienced staff. We look for those interested in mastering both front and back of house skills. Applicants must be available weekends and have a valid Oregon Food Handlers card and OLCC card.

If you are a quick learner that enjoys building friendly rapport with customers and are dedicated to improving the pub experience for the staff and patrons, we want to hear from you.

The position will be paid hourly plus equal sharing of tips with front and back of house hourly workers.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the RCF Team and working in a fun, family oriented, sports facility please email info@rosecityfutsal.com with:
-a resume
-a short statement about yourself
-subject line: I want to work at Clive’s East or I want to work at Clive’s West

Front Desk

Individuals who work at the front desk are the face of Rose City Futsal and are responsible for the highest levels of customer service and hospitality. You will assist our valued customers in signing up for classes, leagues, and helping with any issues, questions, or concerns they may have.

We look for hardworking self-starters with the capacity to continually learn and share all that Rose City Futsal is with our patrons. If you love engaging with people and ensuring our customers are greeted by a friendly face and a beautiful facility we want to hear from you!

If you are interested in becoming a part of the RCF Team and working in a fun, family oriented, sports facility please email info@rosecityfutsal.com with:
-a resume
-a short cover letter in the body of the email
-subject line: I want to work Front Desk East or I want to work at Front Desk West

SOCCER STARS COACH

Our Soccer Stars coaches are dedicated to being positive role models for our youngest players (18 months to 6 years old). They are outgoing, self-motivated individuals with a lot of energy and patience. We look for those with previous experience coaching soccer or working with young children.

If you love kids and have a passion for the beautiful game then this is the position for you!

Weekend availability is a must.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the RCF Team and working in a fun, family oriented, sports facility please email info@rosecityfutsal.com with:
-a resume
-a short cover letter in the body of the email
-subject line: I want to coach Soccer Stars East or I want to coach Soccer Stars West

YOUTH ACADEMY COACH

We look for coaches ready to share their passion for the beautiful game with all levels of players. They learn and implement Youth Academy curriculum, while leading and engaging their players in a safe, professional and fun manner. Our coaches are committed to a player’s development of character as much as their futsal/soccer abilities. If you are someone who is passionate about contributing to a player’s development both on and off the court we want to hear from you!

We expect a high level of integrity, accuracy, dependability, enthusiasm and confidentiality. You must possess a minimum of intermediate to high College and/or high Club Soccer/Futsal experience; organizational skills in addition to excellent verbal communication skills. You must be authorized to work in the U.S. and go through a background check upon acceptance.

Classes run Monday through Friday from 3:45pm to 7:00pm, coaches must be available for at least two days of the week. We offer five 7-week sessions (Fall, Winter 1, Winter 2, Spring 1 and Spring 2). Camp hours are also available for Youth Academy coaches throughout the year and especially during Summer. Camp hours are 8:30am-5:00pm when school is not in session.

Compensation is based upon experience and education.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the RCF Team and working in a fun, family oriented, sports facility please email info@rosecityfutsal.com with:
-a resume
-a short cover letter in the body of the email
-subject line: I want to coach Youth Academy East or I want to coach Youth Academy West

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