Training & Fees

FC Storm Fee Structure

The total cost to play for FC Storm for the 2022-2023 season will be about $1,100.  It is comprised of two parts:

  • Club Fee – paid at once a year or via installments
  • Team Fee – paid to the team each season

CLUB FEES (2022-2023)

The annual Club Fee is $600 for FC Storm select teams and $1,000 for FCS Premier teams; it includes the following items: 

  • All club trainers, paid coaches and Director of Coaching
  • Fall preseason camp
  • League entry fees for all teams
  • US Soccer player yards and liability insurance
  • Field related costs and fees 
  • Equipment, including goals, nets and other training equipment
  • Winter training costs including high school field rental, trainers and indoor field rental
  • Indoor space for March training
  • Team and coaching support such as The Coaching Manual, an on-line platform for coaches,
  • Hudl video camera and analysis software.  
  • Team Snap and website expenses
  • Referee assignor 
  • USSF Coaches Licensing Courses and Coaches Continuing Education
  • Miscellaneous costs – tryout costs, advertising, club insurance, scholarships

TEAM FEES (2022-2023)

The Team fee is team specific based on, but not limited to the following: 

  • League referee Fees
  • Tournament fees
  • Non-club trainers hired by team 
  • Team equipment needs 

The Team Fee will average about $350 to 400 per player.  In previous years the Team Fee included the Fall Preseason Camp and Winter Training; those are now being built into the Club Fee.


The Club Fee for High School players who join a team after the high school soccer season is $400. It includes all of the costs noted above, but is prorated to account for teams beginning to play in late October.

The club fee includes all of the costs associated with running the soccer program except tournament entry fees and league referee fees prorated to account for teams beginning to play in late October after the high school soccer season.

In addition, the High School Fee covers entrance into a late fall or early high school soccer tournament. 


Players who do not have an FC Storm uniform kit will pay an additional $200 for their uniform. Club uniforms are changed about every two years. Our current design is a custom Under Armour uniform that includes two jerseys, shorts, socks and a practice jersey.

Coaches, particularly of new teams, may collect additional money for team equipment (game ball, pinnies, bench if the team does not have one, keeper gloves, etc.). This is typically done in the fall.


Scholarships are available if needed. Click here to learn more.

Winter Training

Storm Gear


Our custom designed uniforms are made by Under Armour. The cost of a uniform kit is approximately $151.50 and consists of:

  • Custom Home and Away Jerseys
  • Custom Shorts
  • Socks
  • Practice Jersey

Click Here for More Info and to Place an Order

Fan Gear

Show support for your players and FC Storm with some cool new fan gear!

Click Here for More Info and to Place an Order

Uniform Swap

We’ve created a Facebook Uniform Exchange to make it easy for you to buy, sell, or swap Loveland Storm Uniforms.

You must check with your coach or Jessica Buringrud (Uniform Coordinator) before purchasing a jersey to approve the jersey number for your team and age group.

The 2020 (Fall) – 2021 (Spring) seasons will be the last year for this uniform cycle. A new uniform cycle will start in the Fall of 2021.

Click here to email Jessica Buringrud
Click Here to View the Facebook Page

Policies & Forms

Severe Weather Policy
Upon hearing thunder, the fields are to be cleared immediately. NO exceptions!

Upon seeing lightning, the fields are to be cleared immediately. NO exceptions!

A lightening detector is located at Phillips Park. One long blast indicates lightning has been detected in the area. It is possible lightning will be seen before the detector goes off. Upon hearing a lightning detection siren (long blast), fields are to be cleared immediately. No exceptions!

The lightning detector will give 3 long blasts to indicate all clear.

Regardless of how far you estimate thunder or lightning to be from the field area, coaches and trainers are to clear all team personnel from the field area and ensure they are under a shelter or in a vehicle for safety. There must be 30 minutes without thunder or lightning before players/parents/coaches may return to the fields. There are no exceptions; the safety of our club members is the top priority for FC Storm.

Failure to follow this policy could jeopardize a coach’s good standing with FC Storm.

FC Storm requires referees to wait 30 minutes after hearing thunder, seeing lightning or after a lightning detector goes off before making a decision to resume play.

Quick Links

Parent Portal

Need to update your information, register for tryouts or pay your soccer fees?

Click here to log in to your account.

Register for Tryouts

Tryouts are held every Spring. Click “Learn More” to visit our Tryouts page for more information and to register.

Learn More

Additional Info

Giving Back

We believe in investing in our community. We believe it is a privilege to play soccer for FC Storm, and that soccer should not be just about ‘me’.

Each team is expected to undertake a community service project each season as part of its investment in the community. Our Coaches and Team Admins work hard to make this a rewarding and fun experience for our players, and we couldn’t be more proud of their efforts.

Click here to learn more about how we’re giving back.

Graduation Senior Scholarship

The Loveland Youth Soccer Association is pleased to offer $1000 scholarships to two graduating high school seniors, one male and one female, from the Loveland area who played, refereed and/or volunteered for the Loveland Youth Soccer Association including FC Storm. Students must reside in the Loveland community but do not need to be attending Loveland High School. 

Click Here to Apply 

Financial Assistance

We offer financial assistance to young soccer players who may not be able to participate in soccer due to a lack of financial resources.

Funds are given out once a season, and a new application is required each season with no limit to the number of seasons that you may apply.

Forms must be filled out entirely and must provide a clear picture of need and circumstances relative to the need, and the Head Coach must also submit a team budget that outlines the player’s fees to the Committee.

Assistance may be used to cover club and team fees. The maximum amount shall not exceed the full amount of one season’s budgeted player’s fees (club fees and team fees).

Financial assistance does not cover uniforms, other team or spirit wear or equipment or optional winter training for indoor soccer. Click Here to Apply

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