JACKSON AREA CLUB SOCCER
ANNOUNCES CLUB SOCCER TRYOUTS
for the upcoming
2014-2015 Soccer Season
Tryouts will be held at the
Mehall Soccer Complex
on the grounds of the
Middle School at Parkside
2400 Fourth Street
Monday & Wednesday, June 23 & 25
Age Sign-in Tryout
U-10 5:00 PM 5:30 PM
U-12 6:15 PM 6:45 PM
U-14 7:30 PM 8:00 PM
U-16 7:30 PM 8:00 PM
U-19 7:30 PM 8:00 PM
Tryouts are FREE and are open to all youth that meet the age restrictions.
Players will be notified by July 1 of their placement status.
JACS offers teams to players ranging from 8 to 19 years of age. Once assigned to a team, a player is committed to that team for a full seasonal year (fall and spring). Current divisions and cost are as follows:
U-10 (born between 08-01-2004 & 07-31-2006) $155
U-12 (born between 08-01-2002 & 07-31-2004) $175
U-14 (born between 08-01-2000 & 07-31-2002) $185
U-16 (born between 08-01-1998 & 07-31-2000) Half Season $105
U-19 (born between 08-01-1995 & 07-31-1998) Half Season $105
UNIFORM KIT . . . . . . Youth Sizes - $57
UNIFORM KIT . . . . . . Adult Sizes - $63
TEAM CAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50
* U-19 players must attend high school during the season to be eligible to play.
Coaches and Volunteers Needed - JACS pays for new coaches to obtain a MSYSA State E License needed to coach in any MSYSA affiliated select league. Volunteers are needed for board and committee positions. Your help is needed for JACS to grow and offer a better soccer experience to your players.
Scholarships - JACS has a small amount of scholarship money available to help deserving players with financial difficulties.
JACS supports the efforts of our local Recreation Department soccer program, and also strives to prepare our players to participate in High School, Premier and ODP soccer programs.
Premier Tryouts - JACS encourages all players to attend free, local Premier Tryouts hosted by RUSH Jackson at Marino's Park on Parnall Road. This year Premier Tryouts are June 14-15. See: www.michiganrush.com for specific age groups and times.
If you have any questions, please e-mail your contact information to email@example.com and one of our board members will be happy to get back with you.
-- Simplified Soccer Pyramid and Descriptions --
1) Recreation Soccer - Run by local governmental Recreation Departments or volunteer AYSO groups. These are great places for kids to learn about soccer and develop a love of the sport. Teams compete with other teams of local players and everybody plays. 2) Select Soccer - Also referred to as House or Travel. Teams are formed through a tryout system. Teams may travel beyond county lines to play other select teams registered in the same league. Coaches at this level and beyond are required to obtain license certificates through the state (MSYSA) and national (USSF) soccer governing bodies. Fun, learning and development of player skills are the focus. 3) Premier Soccer - Teams are formed through a tryout system. Teams may travel around the state to play other Premier club teams. 4) Olympic Development Program (ODP) Soccer - Teams are formed by each state through a tryout camp format. Teams travel to other states within each region to compete with other ODP teams. 5) US Olympic & National Teams - Teams are formed through player evaluation at regional ODP camps. Teams travel around the country and internationally to compete with teams from other countries.
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