The WMC Boys Soccer Parents’ Club is a non-profit organization formed to promote and support the WMC Boys Soccer Program through proceeds from membership dues, fundraisers and volunteering.
The Club does this in several ways:
- Purchasing items to improve and enhance the program
- Providing all players with two Practice Jerseys
- Hosting the Kick-Off Dinner at the beginning of the season
- Coordinating pasta parties for the teams
- Sponsoring Senior Night
- Subsidizing the End-of-Season Banquet to celebrate accomplishments & honor the seniors
- Purchasing gifts for the seniors and coaches
- Fundraising and Team building activities
- Funding off-season team training
- Awarding Senior Scholarship
You may assume that the school’s athletic budget covers all the costs of the soccer program. The truth is, the school’s budget doesn’t provide everything. The Club fills in the gaps. During the 2022 season, the Club has purchased:
- Off-season trainings
- New Award display boards
- New sandwich coolers
- New Frosh Team uniforms
- New Varisty warm-ups
- New varsity backpacks
- 2022 Senior banners
- 2022 Senior Night game jerseys
- 2022 Senior Night Morris/Sussex Sports game broadcast
- Mount Olive Tournament fees
- iPad and accessories
All families participating in the WMC Boys Soccer Program will provide a one-time non-refundable payment to the Parents’ Club to cover the cost of Membership dues. (Exceptions can be made for families undergoing financial hardship or when extenuating circumstances arise, subject to approval by the Membership Chair and Co-Chairs).
Dues are $175 for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors and $200 for Seniors which includes 2 practice shirts.
The goal of the Parents’ Club is for your son to have the best experience possible with the WMC Boys Soccer Program! We sincerely hope you appreciate the benefits of joining and supporting the Parents’ Club as it aims to supplement your son’s soccer experience. There will be a spirit wear sale (optional), we will be collecting money for sub sandwiches for away games (again, optional), and collecting for the banquet at the end of the year.