Monthly Archives: October 2017

Immediate Board Position Open! – Treasurer

Join the Addison United Soccer Club Board of Directors!  We have an immediate opening for Treasurer.

The Treasurer shall receive, disburse, and account for all funds of AUSC which shall be kept in a bank designated by the Officers.

Job Summary:

Responsible for directing the organization’s budget, financial planning, supervising cash management activities, and payment processing. The Treasurer shall receive, disburse, and account for all funds of AUSC which shall be kept in a bank designated by the Officers.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Manage cash portfolio. Handle receipt, disbursement, and banking.
  • Manage payment processing, account collections, credit extensions, and fraud prevention functions.
  • Maintain positive banking relationships.
  • Manage bookkeeping and record keeping. Ensure everyone handling money keeps proper records and documentation.
  • Prepare and interpret financial reports.
  • Ensure sufficient funds are available to meet ongoing operational needs.
  • Develop an annual budget and create long-term projections based on needs and upcoming projects.
  • Develop and maintain processes and systems to track and manage funding.
  • Oversee the budgeting of costs and cost management. Forecast for future financial decisions and sources and uses of cash.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant legislation and tax codes.
  • Act as an information and reference point for the board.

The time required varies. It’s definitely a year-round position, but the treasurer is most busy in the fall and winter (collecting overdue registration payments, filing AU’s taxes, etc.). The board meets monthly, which requires preparation of a financial report – but it’s the same report used to balance the checkbook, so as long as the finances are up to date, the report doesn’t take long to compile.

Also, the Board believes it’s essential for the person in this position to be a stickler for adhering to AU’s established policies. Fairness and documentation are of utmost importance, especially since there’s money involved.

If you are interested in the position, please email us at  If you have specific questions, Christa Clifford will be happy to answer them at 

We appreciate you expressing an interest.

Vermont Futbol Academy Winter ID Camp is now open!

Addison United Players,

Registration for the Vermont Futbol Academy Winter ID Camp is now open! Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to experience the level of a Division 1 soccer program located in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. The Winter ID Camp includes 4 dynamic training sessions hosted at the state of the art indoor complex at the University of Vermont. During camp, players will receive direct instruction by the University of Vermont coaching staff. Numerous college coaches representing Division 1, 2, & 3 schools will be in attendance. Every player will be guided through the recruitment process and receive direct feedback from the diverse group of coaches in attendance.

Date: January 5-7, 2018

Location: University of Vermont

Cost: $150

Register online now!

Winter Training schedule

Winter Training schedule (session 1) at the Shelburne Fieldhouse:

**For our U12-U18 girl and boy players who registered for extra Winter training.  Begins the week of November 13th. Register at: 2018 Winter Training

Addison United is joining Queen City Football Club for winter training.
A QCFC staff member will be available to answer questions 20 minutes prior to the beginning of training.
Shelburne Field House
Our advanced trainers this year will be some experienced coaches from in and outside the QCFC family.  You will get a consistent coach for each session who will train each of the sessions.  Our set of trainers include the following coaches.
Nate Freiberg:  TPS Soccer Academy and Founder – Asst. Coach Norwich Men’s Soccer
Please view Nate’s Bio here –
Denis Nunez: Grind Soccer Academy Founder – Asst. Coach Johnson State Men’s Soccer – recently named VSA Boys Coach of the Year in 2017
Shane Bufano: Queen City FC Founder and President – Head Coach Johnson State Men’s Soccer
Those players signing up for Advanced Training are players who are more committed to soccer.  They are interested on further improving their skills independent of the regular training day and are willing to pay extra to get additional training.  Having said that, it is expected that those in the advanced training sessions come ready to listen and participate with fullest attention on the instructors.  Players who are not able to listen to directions may be dismissed from the program w/o a refund.
We look forward to getting started!

Shane Bufano
Queen City FC Club President/Director of Coaching