Utah Stars North Utah County Girls Soccer Club

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Girls AA Competition Tryouts

USFC doTERRA Girls AA Comp Soccer Tryout Schedule 5/24/19

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USFC doTERRA Girls AA Comp Soccer Tryout Schedule 5/24/19

If you are not sure if your daughter should play AA or State have her come out to both tryouts, the more we see the better we can evaluate. There is no obligation or pressure to join our club and we will never ask for money unless you are totally comfortable with your decision to join the Utah Stars Soccer club.

YOU MUST FILL OUT A TRYOUT FORM!

May24th

U9-U10-U11-U12 Girls AA Tryouts

5:00 - 6:30pm

Pleasant Grove Jr. High 810 N. 100 E. Pleasant Grove Utah

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May24th

U9-U10-U11-U12 Girls AA Tryouts

All 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 Girls who want to tryout for doTerra Utah Stars AA Competition Soccer teams Please arrive at Pleasant Grove Jr. High  (upper field) at 4:45 with cleats on and a bottle of water in hand.


5:00 - 6:30pm

Pleasant Grove Jr. High 810 N. 100 E. Pleasant Grove Utah

May 24th

13-U14-U15-U16 Girls AA Tryouts

7:00 - 8:30pm

Pleasant Grove Jr. High 810 N. 100 E. Pleasant Grove Utah

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May 24th

13-U14-U15-U16 Girls AA Tryouts


All 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004 Girls who want to tryout for doTerra Utah Stars AA Competetion Soccer players Please arrive at Pleasant Grove Jr. High  (upper field) at 6:45 with cleats on and a bottle of water in hand.  


7:00 - 8:30pm

Pleasant Grove Jr. High 810 N. 100 E. Pleasant Grove Utah

YOU MUST FILL OUT A TRYOUT FORM!

TRYOUT FORM

Entry competition soccer

AA Competition or District Soccer


This is the Introduction to Competition Soccer. It is very competitive but not as intense as State soccer, practices are held 1-2 times a week and winter and tournament soccer is optional. The girls are taught fundamentals (we are always teaching fundamentals) but also the mental aspect, how to play the game, they get there physical workouts by training and playing small sided games, we allow the girls to be more social and though it is serious it is not as intense as State soccer. Each game is important but not as crucial at this level, the girls just move up in age not divisions. There is a end of season tournament that is played in May and we get the girls ready for all year and we do treat it as more a "state style" tournament. Trophies are given to first and second place and a player that have experienced this level and are looking to progress are given the opportunity to tryout for our state level teams if so desired. This is a great level for the serious or competitive basketball, lacrosse, softball etc. to play multiple sports but be able to focus on their "other sport" besides soccer.

 TEAM RULES

1. Respect your family

2. Make friends

3. Have fun

4. Good work ethic

5. Focus

​6. Be prepared

​7. Be on time

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