Uniforms

Please make sure you read and understand the SSA Team Uniform Policy and By Laws on uniforms.

2017 Team Uniform Policy (from the SSA policy manual)  

“All players must only wear SSA approved uniform kits (jerseys, shorts, and socks) at any and all sanctioned events (ie seeding games, league games, tournament games, etc).  Friendly scrimmages and events such as “Halloween Season” tournaments do not apply to this policy as long as apparel is considered safe and appropriate by FIFA / CYSA / US Club policies.”

SSA Bylaws

2:06     Uniforms

2:06:01 The uniform colors of this Program shall be sky blue and white. The primary uniform worn when representing SSA shall be white (or blue) pants and sky blue jerseys.  The alternative uniform when representing SSA shall be white pants and white shirt.  

2:06:02 Uniforms shall be chosen by the Board of Directors. Any alternate uniform used by a SSA team must be approved by the Board of Directors or its designee.

2:06:03 Regular or alternate uniforms will have no name or logo other than an approved SSA and/or manufacturer’s logo unless approved by the Board of Directors.

2017 Uniform pics & training top

From time to time, SSA is required to change its uniform because the old uniform goes out of production.  The 2017 SSA Nike Uniform Kit is the same Kit as 2016.

The below pics show the optional blue short used for the home kit & both blue and white shorts having the players number (another option each team may chose to use).  Players are also required to have an SSA sky blue training top (far right).  This ensures teams look uniform and represent the SSA Program in a consistent manner when training.

SSA BluesSSA WhitesSSA Practice

preparing to order uniforms

To streamline communication and speed up the process, it’s important the TEAM MANAGER is the point person for follow up, not each players parent.

Team Managers should:

  1. Work with the team coach and/or parents to determine the Uniform Kit the team will run for the season.  (see SSA Bylaws 2:06:01 above).  Additional options- Will the team have player # on shorts?  Will the team have player name on the back of each jersey and will this be first or last name?
  2. Build complete roster of all players on the team which includes player jersey numbers.
  3. Coordinate “team fittings” and ordering with Kombat.  They will want a complete copy of your team roster & the questions in #1 regarding # on shorts and player name (both optional) answered so that each player on your team receives the package your chose.
  4. Contact player families and let them know the next step for your team.
  5. Let parents know, uniform payment is due at the time when the order is placed. Kombat accepts cash, credit, debit and checks (there will be a fee of $25.00 for any NSF check)
  6. If a returning player needs additional items, you can place the order over the phone or via email:customerservice@kombatsoccer.com

It’s important Team managers work with Kombat as there are three options based each teams needs. 

A. Kombat schedules “team fittings”, making sure they have the staff resources to handle your teams needs.

B.  If the majority of your team is returning, Kombat may elect to just have a small group at once OR fit individual players as needed.  It’s still important there is communication with Kombat, so your player(s) do not arrive at the store when other team(s) are there doing fittings and using the dressing rooms.

C. SSA players can be fitted “offsite”, if the team or team manager wishes to coordinate fittings on their own.

Fittings & Ordering

For above options (A), (B) and (C) contact Kombat Soccer  email: customerservice@kombatsoccer.com

Ready to order?  Here’s are the forms: 

2017 BOYS uniform order form        2017 GIRLS uniform order form

 

how long does it take?

Current lead time for uniforms is 4-5 weeks.  Once your order is placed, your contact for delivery or estimated time of completion is, Kombat Soccer  email: customerservice@kombatsoccer.com

Please do not contact the store, as they are not involved with club and team uniform preparation/distribution.

To streamline communication and speed up the process, it’s important the TEAM MANAGER is the point person for follow up, not each players parent.