Ramona Soccer League Administration
About Ramona Soccer League
Ramona Soccer League, Inc. is a non-profit California corporation (entity #C0968324) registered as a California charity with California tax-exempt status (registration #044570) and Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt status (FEIN# 95-3670057). RSL's annual California Registration Renewal Fee Reports (RRF-1) and annual IRS Forms 990 can be viewed by clicking here and searching on "Ramona Soccer League". You can also access our last three IRS Form 990 filings below...
Board of Directors Meetings
Ramona Soccer League Board of Directors meetings are held on the second Monday of every month. We hold at least one meeting per year that is open to all members, which is usually in December. Click here to view BOD meeting minutes.
There is a $25 processing fee deducted from all refunds.
- Before Team Rosters: 100% (minus $25 processing fee)
- After Team Rosters: 50% (minus $25 processing fee)
- After Season Begins (Opening Day): No Refund
Registration fees are based on a variety of costs and expenses incurred by the league. Because many of these costs must be paid in advance, player withdrawls still result in a cost to Ramona Soccer League.
Protesting a Game
Coaches only are eligible to file a game protest when they feel that circumstances warrant a change in the final outcome of a game. Written (email is acceptable) protests must be received by a board member within 24 hours of the game. There is a $25 fee to file a game protest. The protesting coach must provide evidence that a violation of RSL rules took place and that if the rules violation hadn't taken place the final outcome of the game would have been different. Therefore, there is a high standard to be met for a successful game protest. If the protest is successful, the fee will be refunded. Whether or not a protest is successful, the RSL board will provide a written response to the protesting coach with the protest result.
Filing a Grievance
In the event a parent, guardian, player, coach or any other concerned individual has a complaint to register against a coach, assistant coach, team parent, board member or other RSL official, the complainant will first bring his/her complaint to the attention of his/her child's coach, who in turn should do his/her best to resolve the problem or grievance. If he/she is unable or unwilling to resolve the situation, then the complainant shall notify the division representative in writing. Complainant should not contact the RSL board directly before the above options are exhausted. Only written (email is acceptable) complaints will be acted upon by the RSL board.