RESPECT THE GAME
TRFC players and coaches have a deep RESPECT for the game itself. We RESPECT the rules and traditions of the sport, and always put forth our best effort in both training and games. We RESPECT the facilities at which we train and the pitches on which we compete. We strive to set a positive example for those who watch us, those who compete against us, and those who will come after us. We aim to leave all who encounter us during our pursuit of soccer excellence with confidence that the future of the sport is in good hands.
RESPECT THE COACHES
TRFC players show respect for those whose mission it is to teach them, and others, the sport they love. Without complaint, they listen and follow directions during training, and do whatever is asked during games. They follow rules, guidelines, and expectations set for them during practice, games, travel, and team events.
RESPECT THE OFFICIALS
TRFC players, coaches, parents, and fans show RESPECT toward referees and other game and tournament officials at all times. Even when they may be having a bad day, still learning their craft, or simply making calls we don't agree with, we RESPECT their efforts and accept their decisions with grace.
RESPECT THE OPPONENTS
In the heat of competition, emotions and tensions can run high. Regardless of the situation, TRFC players treat opposing players and coaches with RESPECT, even when circumstances are difficult. TRFC coaches, parents, and fans demonstrate that RESPECT for opposing players, coaches, clubs, and fans is part of healthy competition, not contrary to it.
RESPECT THE TEAM
TRFC players show RESPECT for their team and their club by representing the club's values wherever they go, working hard, being reliable, following rules, helping teammates (and asking for help) when needed, and contributing to the overall growth, development, and enjoyment of their teammates, team, and club.
TRFC players show RESPECT for themselves by striving to be the best athlete, player, teammate, and person they can be. They take care of their bodies, minds, education, and family lives. They remember that, while soccer is competitive and can be grueling, it — and life — are supposed to be fun, for them and those around them.
RESPECT THE SOCCER COMMUNITY | WE DON'T TAKE PLAYERS. WE MAKE PLAYERS.
All TRFC programming is intended to supplement and improve players' club-team experience. Whether it's our team training, tournament teams, or clinics, our goal is to return players to their home clubs better than we found them.
As TRFC gets up and running, we will be looking to assemble new tournament teams. If you have a player or group of players looking for supplemental opportunities to train, play, and develop new skills they can bring back to their club team, we'd love to hear from you.
While we may not be hiring right now, if you're a soccer coach or trainer who would like to be part of something new and special, please get in touch. We'd love to get to know you, and as this club grows, opportunities will come!