• What team is my player on?
Rosters will be published on or around March 8. To see your roster, go to Korrio, our online registration system, at www.korrio.com. Login using the user ID and password you used to register.
If your player was on a team the previous season, he/she will be re-assigned to that team unless you requested otherwise during registration.
• What division is my player in?
Divisions are organized by school grade. When you registered you were asked to choose which division you would like to be in. Each division is led by a volunteer commissioner who is responsible for rostering. If you do not remember your division, log into Korrio. From your main page, click on "Kids" on the left-hand side, and select the child you’re interested in. If you click on "Profile," under "Member Information" it will show you your division under "Current Programs."
• Who is my commissioner? How do I contact him?
Once you know your division, you can go here to get a list of commissioners:
The easiest way to contact your commissioner is to go into Korrio and send your commissioner a message using Korrio messaging.
• Who is my coach? Who is my manager? How do I contact them?
Coaches and managers are parents who have volunteered to help run the team. Every team has a coach, some teams have a manager as well.
Once you are assigned to a team, you can go into Korrio and see that team and who the coach is and whether it has a manager. The easiest way to contact your coach or manager is to send him a message using Korrio messaging.
• Can I request a specific team?
During registration, you can request a specific team. If you would like to change your choice after registering, contact your commissioner. We try to accomodate requests but can’t guarantee that a space will be available.
• When does the season start?
First game is April 5. For teams that practice, practice begins the week of March 30.
• When are games?
Games are on Saturdays. Games days are April 5, 12 & 26; May 3, 10, 17 & 31; June 7 & 14. Most games are in the morning, but we schedule games to start from 8am to 5pm. A small number of older teams play on Friday or Saturday evenings when fields with lights are available.
The schedule of games will be released by March 28.
• Can I request a specific time or location for my games?
• When are practices?
Practices are arranged by coaches. Contact your coach to see if your team practices, and if so when and where.
• Can I request a specific time or location for my practices?
Discuss with your coach. Practice time is set by the coach. Coaches request practice fields and they are assigned based on availability.
• How do I get a uniform?
All players were issued new uniforms this September which will be worn for the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 seasons. If you are a new player this Spring, a new uniform will be issued.
• What equipment is required?
In order to participate in games, a player must wear a Stoddert-supplied jersey, shin guards, and appropriate shoes. Shoes can be either soccer cleats or running shoes. In order to participate in practice, a player must wear shin guards and appropriate shoes. Twice a year Stoddert runs a cleat exchange where used cleats are available for one dollar. Every player is encouraged to have his own ball, and to bring water and sunscreen to games and practices.
• What is Korrio?
Korrio is the online system Stoddert uses to manage registration, rostering and scheduling. You can use Korrio to see what team your player is on, what your schedule is, and to contact other members of Stoddert.
• I forgot my Korrio user ID or password. What do I do?
Go to www.Korrio.com, click on "Log in," and follow the directions under "Lost Password?"
• I looked in Korrio, and my team is listed as “Unassigned” or no team is listed. What does that mean?
It means your player hasn’t been assigned to a team yet. If it’s before March 10, sit tight. After March 10, contact your commissioner.
• I looked in Korrio, and my team has no coach. What does that mean?
Our coaches are parents who have volunteered. If no coach is listed it means that no one has stepped forward on your team. Expect to be contacted by your commissioner looking for volunteers. If a coach can’t be found your team will be disbanded.
• I want to volunteer to coach or manage a team. What should I do?
Coaches and managers are assigned by commissioners, so contact your commissioner. The US Youth Soccer Association requires that all volunteers register as a volunteer and agree to a background check. To register as a volunteer, click here.
In addition, in order to coach you must have a United States Soccer Federation coaching license. Licensing courses are offered several times a year and take about six hours for the basic "F" license. New coaches have six months to become licensed. For teams older than fourth grade Stoddert recommends an "E" license.
• Why does the game schedule come out so late?
In our recreational program, we try to to maximize participation. What this means is that often we haven’t finalized the number of teams until right before the start of the season, as we scramble to get everyone who registered on a team. At the same time, we try to maximize the number of games on our best fields. We often face substantial competition for those fields, and don’t know until quite late exactly how much time we will have on them. We have found that it creates more confusion to release a schedule and then revise it, so we hold schedules until we’re sure they are correct.