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Great Falls Reston Soccer Club

To engage and impact our community by providing our youth enrichment, team spirit, friendly competition, and life skills through sports.  

Aspire to be an outstanding educational-athletic organization that provides a high-quality experience for every athlete regardless of means or abilities. A high-quality experience is one in which every athlete is coached using the principles of “positive coaching”, has fun playing the game, feels like an important part of the team regardless of performance, learns “life lessons” that have value beyond the playing field and learns the skills, tactics and strategies of the game and improves as a player.  

1.     Strive for Excellence
Encourage each player to always do their best as they learn to master the fundamentals. This does not just apply to athletic skills, but in all areas of life: volunteering in the community, working hard in school, or doing chores at home.

2.     Recognize Potential in Everyone
As parents and coaches, it's our job to help kids find their sweet spot. Every child has potential in something, and if you can recognize that, you will see a child’s potential become reality.

3.     Celebrate Every Victory
There are victories in every game and in every event if you are looking for them. Don’t let them get overlooked as you strive for championships and record-breaking stats. Sometimes those small victories are the only thing that keep kids from giving up.

4.     Leadership We value the powerful leadership of a coach. Coaches serve as a trusted mentor to help navigate people throughout the landmines of sports and life. The impact of coaches and their influence on athletes will far transcend the boundaries of "playing sports".

5.     Develop Leaders
Our goal is not just to develop good athletes. It is to develop leaders. Kids will not be playing sports all their lives, but they can be lifelong influencers. Our coaches have their ears and their eyes on them; we don’t want to waste the opportunity to make leaders of your kids. 6.     Don’t Take the Game Too Seriously Practices and games don’t always have to be all business. Lighten up! Have some fun. There is a time to laugh and a time to be serious. Find the fun balance.

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  • Allred - Hunters Woods (Grass) Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Armstrong E.S. (Grass) Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Arrowbrook (Synthetic) Updated:09.06.2019 03:04PM
  • Baron Cameron Park Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
    • BC 1 (Grass)
    • BC 2 (Grass)
    • BC 3 (Grass)
    • BC 7 (Grass)
    • BC 8 (Grass)
    • BC 9 (Grass)
    • BC 10 (Grass)
  • Barton Hill (Grass) Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Bordeaux (Grass) Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Buzz Aldrin Elementary School Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Grand Hampton Field Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Grange Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
  • Hook Road Updated:10.16.2019 01:38PM
Lost & Found_

GFRSC's Lost & Found Exchange

Kids sometimes leave gear on the field, and good samaritans pick it up with the hope of finding the rightful owner.

GFRSC wants to help get lost items to their owners. Please list any lost or found items on this Lost & Found sheet.  

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