A Team For Everyone
Code of Conduct
Registration Refund Policy
Privacy Disclosure and Websites
Risk Management Program
A Team For Everyone…
The BBSC is structured to offer a soccer
opportunity for every level of soccer play.
- BBSC Tot Program – 2 ½ - 4 year olds
- BBSC Recreational League – for all skill
- BBSC Blazers - for the Travel/Premier
The BBSC recreational league provides the
recreational (or beginner) soccer player, in Jr. Kindergarten thru
8th grade, a program in which to train and play games. There are
trainers at every club wide training session to work with the
players to develop their soccer skills. All players are trained a
minimum of 1 time per week. The Tot program introduces 2 ½ - 4 year
olds to soccer. The program aims to teach basic soccer skills
through games in a camp-like atmosphere. Players are not on set
teams, but are divided into small groups each week.
players progress in soccer skills, interest and dedication to the
game, the BBSC Blazer’s offers them an opportunity to play at a
higher, more competitive level of soccer. The Blazer program begins
at the U9 (usually 3rd grade) age group and continues thru high
school. The Blazer program offers an all-inclusive price for the
training, facility rentals, game play, and local tournament. The
Blazer teams are formed thru tryouts which begin every year on the
third weekend of June. The commitment to a travel team is for 1 year
(fall, winter, spring).
ABOUT THE BBSC...
The BBSC is a community based non-profit
organization that has provided a soccer program for all levels of
players since 1979.
The BBSC’s philosophy rests in granting
all players equal opportunities and benefits within their level of
play in the sport of soccer. It provides recreational players with a
developmental opportunity by emphasizing participation, as opposed
to competition, in a family centered environment. Volunteer coaches
work with trainers to help the Jr. Kindergarten through 8th grade
players develop their skills and knowledge of the game.
Code of Conduct Notice
to All Parents and Club Members
Your manners and general behavior will be
noted at all times when corresponding with the club.
We at the Club are people of the
community, too. In trying to provide the best soccer
environment for your children to play we sometimes are
overwhelmed by phone and email messages along with personal
drop-ins at the office.
We will always do our best to accommodate
your club issues as quickly as we can. We are a club
that wants to create a positive environment for all to play
and our belief is to find positive solutions in any
situation. Manners cost nothing. Please respect
that you will be treated the way you treat others.
Parents and Coaches - Please be sure you take
your trash with you when you leave the soccer fields. We
have received complaints from the field locations that we
are not leaving the fields in good condition. As fields are
already tight, we don't want to lose fields due to BBSC
teams leaving them a mess.
Mission Statement of the Birmingham-Bloomfield
The Birmingham Bloomfield Soccer Club (BBSC) is
committed to providing the community's youth an opportunity to
participate in a team sport, developing soccer skills through
comprehensive instruction and competitive games, with an emphasis on
sportsmanship and life lessons.
The Birmingham Blazers are a community-based
soccer club, who aim to develop and nurture young people as both
fine soccer players and great people. Our experienced staff try to
develop players both technically and tactically so that they can
grow and improve as young soccer players. Our emphasis as a club is
on improvement, and preparing our players for high school, ODP and
college careers. But more importantly, we want to have fun on and
off the field, creating good sportsmanship.
The Birmingham Bloomfield Soccer Club
reserves the right to suspend or refuse an individual or family's
participation in its' programs. Reasons may include, but not be
limited to, any sort of litigations, claims, persistent misconduct,
delinquency, or harassment.
BBSC Registration Refund Policy
The BBSC will refund the $115 registration fee if a request
is made in writing and received in the BBSC office before the last day of open
registration in a given season. All checks returned by bank as
not paid will be assessed a $40 NSF fee. All late registrations not placed on a
team by the 2nd game will have their registration check returned to them.
Late registrations are accepted with the posted fee and children are
placed on teams in the proper age group that have open roster spots.
There are NO special requests for late registrations and once a
child is placed on a team there are no refunds.
Privacy Disclosure and
The full name, address or phone number of youth
participants will not be publicly disclosed via Birmingham
Bloomfield Soccer Club website or any website constructed by or for
its’ participants. Information is used only by the BBSC and its
Encoded information may be used, so long as it
is not sufficient to reveal the identity or provide for contact of
must attend a Birmingham Public School or a Private School within
the Birmingham Public School district boundaries to be eligible to
play in the BBSC Recreational Program. BBSC Blazer Players
(competitive teams formed thru tryouts) have no geographic
Risk Management Program
The Risk Management Program
facilitated by the MSYSA (Michigan State Youth Soccer
Association) has been integrated into the GOT SOCCER
Click here for details.