Regional Programs Package Options
*There is a $10 late fee for all registrations after October 6th, 2023*
*Service fees apply to online payments*
*Service fees apply to online payments*
How To Register
Please watch this video to see how to register
Regional Program Practice Information
Mary Jane Arrington Gymnasium
6:00 – 7:00 PM
9/22/23 – 5/20/24
Regional Program Important Information
Regional Programs Attire
What To Bring Players
What To Bring Parents
What To Wear: Basketball
What To Wear: Soccer
*All athletes must wear required items to participate. View our products page for our required and recommended products.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our training program is designed for your child to develop real & translatable in-game skills in basketball and soccer.
Together, TUF Athletics has trained more than 3,000 clients in the past 5 years, all across Central Florida. Our coaches are not volunteers, they are experienced paid coaches, who coach these age groups on a daily basis.
Our coaches aim to give you and your family the best playing experience possible for years to come! We want you to become part of the TUF Family! We are a local business where you and your child will get to know the coaches & the owners and develop a long-standing relationship with us.
Our program differs from other programs in that we will work on both the fundamental skills, and the in-game training. Our program is meant to truly develop your player no matter what level they enter the program on.
Each session will include warm up skills training and guided scrimmages. This program is designed to be used as additional training to enhance your child’s skills. However, if you select the Team package options your child can participate in the TUF Games.
Each of our coaches has a wide range of experience – experience levels include Professional, College, AAU, and more. Our Coaching Staff has a combined 60+ years coaching experience!
Each session will include warm up skills training and guided scrimmages. This program is not a league, it is designed to be used as additional training to enhance your child’s skills.
Yes, our summer season registration will open towards the end of the school year, meaning your child will have a stable place to learn and develop their skills.
Additionally, TUF Athletics has a range of other programs your athletes can join throughout the course of the year to come and their future developmental stages.
- If a session is cancelled due to rain we will use one of our pre-planned rain/weather make up dates listed at the end of the schedule (month of May).
- Payments for this program have already been reduced by 1 installment to account for the rain make up dates.
- If we do not experience any rain cancellations, we will not hold practice on the make up dates listed.
Code of Conduct
- Use good listening skills
- Respect all others
- Respect equipment
- No Bullying
- No whining will be allowed
- No cheating will be allowed
- Play as a teammate
- Encourage others
- Sportsmanship is required at all times
Child Behavior Policies
- Children may not leave the premises without permission or without a coach/parent sign out.
- Children are required to sit down while waiting for parents.
- Children will receive 3 strikes to handle bad behavior.
- Strike 1 = Warning
- Strike 2 = Disciplinary Action
- Strike 3 = Child’s parent will be called and disciplinary action taken.
- If students reach 3 strikes in a semester the student will be removed from the program with no monetary compensation.
- NO BULLYING – Upon fair review from coaches, if a child is deemed to be bullying that child will be automatically removed from the program without any monetary compensation.
- All children must wear closed toed shoes and appropriate clothes for sport and weather. (Ex: Shorts, sweatpants, t-shirt, socks, hat, sunglasses, etc.)
- Soccer cleats are required, however those cleats may not be metal.
- Soccer shin guards are required.
- Under healthy and normal circumstances, if a child chooses not to participate we will communicate with the parents to decide if the program is a fit for the child.
By Registering for a TUF program you are agreeing to receive emails & text messages from TUF Athletics, through any of our software and systems. Choosing not to opt-in on LeagueApps will not mean we will not text or email you, but it may mean that you do not receive all or some important program updates. By registering you are agreeing to opt-in as prompted.
By registering for a TUF program you accept that it is your responsibility to be aware of program events listed & inform us if you are not receiving communications so that we may resolve this properly.
It is our promise to you to do everything we can to ensure you are recieving communications.
TUF Athletics LLC will refund a customer’s first payment and release that customer of any further payment responsibility if the customer decides within 7 days of the child’s first practice that they do not want to continue with the program. The first day is counted on the day of the child’s first practice and the last day closes on the 7th day thereafter at 11:59 PM. The money back request must come in the form of email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff/Participant/Parent Concussion Awareness Information Sheet
Upon registering for any TUF Athletics program all parents are required to review the following CDC Parent / Athlete Concussion Information Sheet and acknowledge they have read it: http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/pdfs/youthsports/parent_athlete_info_sheet-a.pdf
Identify Suspected Cases of Concussions
Signs observed by parents, guardians, or sports staff: appears dazed or stunned; is confused about the assignment or position; forgets instructions; is unsure of game, score, or opponent; moves clumsily; answers questions slowly; loses consciousness (even briefly); shows behavior or personality changes; can’t recall events prior to hit or fall; and can’t recall events after hit or fall
Symptoms reported by player: headache or pressure in the head; nausea or vomiting; balance problems or dizziness; double or blurry vision; sensitivity to light; sensitivity to noise; feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy, or groggy; concentration or memory problems; confusion; or does not “feel right”.
What to do: If athletes report or exhibit one or more of the signs listed above or say they “just don’t feel right” after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body, they may have a concussion and need to be further evaluated.
Danger signs which require immediate medical attention: one pupil larger than the other; drowsiness or inability to wake up; headache that gets worse and does not go away; weakness, numbness, or decreased coordination; repeated vomiting or nausea; slurred speech; convulsions or seizures; inability to recognize people or places; increasing confusion, restlessness, or agitation; unusual behavior, loss of consciousness (even brief). If one or more of these danger signs occur after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body: call 9-1-1 or transport the athlete immediately to the emergency room.
On Field Medical Status Evaluation:
Orientation Questions: (ask the athlete)
What period/quarter/half are we in?
What stadium/field is this?
What city is this?
Who is the opposing team?
Who scored last?
Do you remember the hit?
What team did we play last?
Repeat the following: girls, dog, green
Concentration: (ask the athlete)
Repeat the days of the week backwards (starting with today)
Repeat the months of the year backward (starting with December)
Repeat these numbers backward 63, (36), 419 (914), 6294 (4926)
Complete 5 jumping jacks / Complete 5 sit ups.
Word List Memory: (ask the athlete)
Repeat the three words from earlier: girls, dog, green
Athlete Removal by Sports Official and Re-Entry into Contest
When an athlete has been removed from a contest by a sports official due to signs or symptoms of a concussion, the only persons who should clear an athlete’s reentry are a medical doctor (MD), doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO), physician’s assistant (PA), registered nurse practitioner (NP), paramedic (PM), or athletic trainer (AT). The athlete shall not return to that contest or any subsequent contest until cleared.
If a Concussion Is Suspected, the Following Actions Should Be Taken
Remove the athlete from play – if any of the signs and symptoms are observed, remove the athlete from play. When in doubt, sit them out!
Make sure the athlete is evaluated by an MD or DO who is experienced in evaluating concussions. Let the professionals judge the severity.
Inform the athlete’s parents / guardians and provide them with the CDC fact sheet on “Concussions for parents” to help them monitor the athlete for signs and symptoms: http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/pdfs/custom/headsupconcussion_fact_sheet_for_parents.pdf
Keep the athlete out of play the day of the injury AND until an MD or DO experienced in evaluating concussion says it’s OK for the athlete to return. The MD or DO must provide written medical clearance and the athlete should be asymtematic at rest and with exertion. The MD or DO should require the athlete to follow a progressive return to play protocol. Here is a link to the CDC’s progressive return to play protocol: https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/basics/return_to_sports.html
Instruction and Supervision
Teach and practice safety rules of play and encourage good sportsmanship.
Teach and practice correct sport specific techniques for minimizing injuries.
Compliance with State Concussion Laws and NFHS Recommendations
To the extent that our state’s concussion laws exceed the requirements outlined above, we should comply with our state’s law. A summary of state concussion laws can be found at: http://www.lawatlas.org/preview?dataset=sc-reboot
To the extent that our state’s version of National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS) rules, regulations, or recommendations on brain injury exceed the requirements outlined above, we should comply with such standards.
A hard or electronic copy of this risk management program which includes policies and educational awareness training should be distributed to each contractor when their contract is signed.