Volunteering with SASC
Sunnyvale Alliance Soccer Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting youth soccer in our community,
serving over 1,500 players in Sunnyvale and its surrounding areas.
The club relies on its volunteers to run its recreational and competitive programs year round.
It also helps us provide financial assistance and keep soccer costs manageable for its families.
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Anyone can Volunteer
There are a number of ways that you can participate as a parent, player, or someone who has a passion for supporting youth soccer.
Be a role model by getting involved. It really does make a difference.
Volunteer for one of our current open positions listed below or check our listing of available opportunities.
e.g. field layout/striping, tournament field marshaling, hanging banners.
For Competitive Players:
SASC requires each family to perform at least 3 hours of volunteer service for each SASC competitive family.
Most activities or positions that satisfy this requirement are ones that benefit the overall club and/or league.
If you would prefer to make a tax-deductible donation in lieu of volunteering, click
If you are interested any of the open positions below or have questions,
please contact our Volunteer Director at: email@example.com
1. Join the SASC Board of Directors
Other Ways to Help
Attend the monthly meetings and get involved in helping our club grow and achieve its goals.
Board Members are elected every 2 years at the club's November AGM meeting.
In addition, these positions are eligible for club fee discounts.
More information here.
2. Coordinate a Task
There are several key roles in the organization that are responsible for managing key programs within the club.
These positions are eligible for club fee discounts.
City Fields Equipment Coordinator:
Procure, organize, and track equipment used at city fields, such as locks, flags, goals, and porta-potties.
City Fields Layout/Striping Coordinator:
Organize layout and striping crews to prepare and maintain recreation fields before and throughout the season.
Competitive Uniform Coordinator:
Work with the club's uniform partner on communicating ordering processes and deadlines and help facilitate special club orders.
Recreation Uniform and Awards Coordinator:
Procure and distribute uniforms and awards for rec teams twice a year.
Financial Aid Manager:
Manage, review, and track applications for financial aid applicants.
Organize and communicate updates and information to the club.
Manages banner postings, flyers, and advertising for club events and registration.
Recreational Age Group Coordinators:
Organize recreational teams for their assigned age group, recruit coaches,
and work as a liaison between coaches and other groups to get team equipment and awards.
Manage and track equipment for field or events including goals, canopies, and other equipment used by the club.
Works with City Fields Coordinator on resolving equipment issues and orders.
Hispanic Relations Coordinator:
3. Competitive Team Managers/Age Group Managers
Provides assistance for Spanish speaking families and translations for club communications.
Photo Day Coordinator (Fall only):
Schedules, coordinates and distributes team pictures
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) Coordinator:
Work with PCA to develop and maintain a positive culture within the club by organizing workshops and special events.
Recreational Master Scheduler:
Create and manage master schedule for all rec teams.
Works with age group coordinators in identifying coaching and field constraints.
Recreational Team Equipment Coordinator:
Procure and distribute equipment for rec teams twice a year.
San Jose Earthquakes Coordinator:
Coordinate activities between the Earthquakes and SASC and manages communication and ticket sales for special game nites.
SSC Paint Crew Leader:
Manages field striping at Sunnyvale Soccer Complex.
Maintains and updates the SASC club website.
Each competitive team needs a parent(s) to help organize and manage the team.
At minimum these tasks include team registration, scheduling, communication, game day management, and team fee management.
Please consult with your coach and team about how you can help.
If you are assigned to any of these tasks, report your hours here.
4. Recreational Coaches/Assistant Coaches
We are always looking for volunteer coaches to help with our recrational soccer program.
New coaches are always welcome and experience is not necessary.
The club will get you get started and will provide initial training and support.
Coaches with a previous experience are encouraged to continue.
If you are interested in coaching a team, please contact our SASC Recreational Director.
Parents with competitive players can satisfy their club volunteer hours requirement by volunteering as a recreational coach.
If you volunteered this season, report your hours here.
5. Have a Special Skill or Idea?
We are always looking for people who are organized, mechanically inclined, speak Spanish,
computer savvy or have a skill that can help the club.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have good idea of something that you can do or get donated that we need to make a difference.
Got a Company Giving Program?
Recognize a Volunteer
Many companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, Samsung and others, not only match your donations, but also donate funds when you volunteer for a non-profit like SASC.
Check with your company and see if they have a program like Benevity and get the most out of your volunteering time.
Get trained, certified and be paid to referee games.
The club and soccer community are in need of referees and have a local training program.
Referees typically start their training with the younger teams and graduate to competitive teams and tournaments.
We encourage both adults and teenagers to apply for these positions!
Check the Referee Info Section for scheduled training.
Email our Referee Director to join the referee group for game assignment access.
Youth Mentors or Coaches
If you have an child that is 6th grader or older who is interesting in mentoring younger teams or coaching camps during the summer, drop us a message so we can get them connected.
Soccer Cleat Donations
Do you have a pair of cleats that no longer fit but are still usable?
SASC accept cleats, futsal shoes, balls, or other competitive uniform elements for our preseason cleat exchanges.
For information on where you can donate, contact: email@example.com
Help us recognize our awesome volunteers each season.
Let us know by submitting their name here.
Sunnyvale Alliance Soccer Club is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
All SASC volunteers are covered by the
Volunteer Protection Act of 1997.