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2019 Try-out dates for PL, SCL, IRL, X-League, Academy  

TRY-OUTS 2019-20
**DUE TO WEATHER TRYOUTS HAVE MOVED TO THE WEBER COUNTY SPORTS COMPLEX at Weber State University.**  

U7 - U10  (At Mt Ogden Park, 3144 Taylor Ave, Ogden, 84403) Weber Sports Complex/Field House, 4309 Harrison Blvd, Ogden
Academy & X-League (Birth Year 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
GIRLS May 21st 5:30-6:45 p.m. and May 23rd at 7:00-8:30 p.m  6:30-8PM
        BOYS  May 21st at 7:00-8:30 p.m. and May 23rd at 5:30-6:45 p.m.6:30-8PM
**DUE TO WEATHER TRYOUTS HAVE MOVED 6:30-8PM** Weber County Sports Complex at Weber State University "The Field House"  
TRY-OUTS 2019-20
Competitive   (Birth Year 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003)

U11 - U19 (At Mt Ogden Park, 3144 Taylor Ave, Ogden, 84403)
GIRLS May 28th 5:30-7:00 p.m and May 30th from 5:30-7:00 p.m. 
BOYS May 29th 5:30-7:00 p.m and May 31st from 5:30-7:00 p.m. 

Pre-register & sign up for tryouts 
Tryout Fee of $10 includes commemorative tryout shirt, player insurance, and field use.

  


Ogden Soccer “Comp” teams 
compete regionally in the Utah Youth Soccer Association (UYSA) gaming framework. http://www.utahyouthsoccer.net/

Though more competitive, the focus of Ogden Soccer throughout our program is to focus on developing a player who learns through experience and not through constant sideline direction.  

We challenge our players but not to the point where soccer is no longer fun.

We train the same way we play, utilizing the latest science of sport to encourage critical thinking, taking chances, having fun and building an understanding and appreciation of soccer principles and rules.  Our club will be based on a carefully developed system-of-play described in more detail below.

If you have a team you want playing comp with Ogden Soccer, contact: Zane Froerer [email protected]. We have a team prepared to support our coaches and team managers so you can focus on the players. 


Teams and Programs:

4v4 Soccer - 7-8 years of age (Academy-District league) $230
Academy Soccer is the introduction to regional soccer.  Many teams are just beginning but this is the first chance for scheduled regional play versus playing recreation against other Ogden Soccer teams.

7v7 Soccer - 8-10 years of age (Competitive state league) $309
Developing individual skills and stamina through fun but challenging practice, understanding the basics of possession soccer and soccer transitions

9v9 Soccer - 10-12 years of age (Competitive state league) $309
Continue to build on skills to control and possess the ball and start to recognize opportunities to exploit out of position defenders.  An extra two players on the pitch greatly changes the complexity of the game and teamwork/communication required.

11V11 Soccer - 13-18 years of age (Competitive state league) $309
Full-sided games add complexity that can be learned for life.  The speed of play increases dramatically with age. Skills are still developed through challenging practices and critical thinking based on soccer attacking, defending, and transitional situations.  Stamina is developed through active practices and scrimmages with some calisthenics and run training.


2019 Registration Deadlines:

Teams Player and Coach
 Registration Deadline – June 15, 2019

Club Administrative
Registrar Deadline teams applied to the League by Registrar is June 30, 2019
Alignment Forms are due June 30, 2019
Pre Alignment (closed meeting) July 1 & 2, 2019
Final Alignment July 9, 2019 - open meeting begins at 6:30
Start of Fall Season August 17, 2019

 

Time Commitment:

Practices- Depending on the team and level of play plan on 1 – 3 sessions per week. This is determined by the team culture, coach, and level of play.

Games- Fall season starts in late August and runs through mid October. Spring will pick up after the snow melts toward the end of March and final games are played the last week of May. Teams can often play more than one game per week.

Tournaments and winter leagues – Upper level teams will travel for tournaments and compete in indoor or Futsal during the winter. Any fee associated to these leagues are not included I the base fee.

SPORTSMANSHIP

Coaches, parents, players, spectators have the responsibility for good sportsmanship. Remember that the game is played for fun and the benefit of the youth, not adults. Be good role models; provide positive support for all players, coaches and game officials. No booing, taunting, refusing to shake hands, or using profane language or gestures. No criticism of game officials, and show respect for their authority and decisions during games.

SAFE SPORT CERTIFICATE:

Education and awareness are the most critical components to creating safe and respectful sporting environments, free of abuse and harassment. UYSA is committed to ensuring all administrators have the proper training to protect all forms of abuse that can occur in sports.

· All Coaches and Team Managers must take the (3) Safe Sport Modules. After completion of the three (3) modules, a master certificate is generated and the master certificate must be uploaded to your Affinity Sports administrator account.

Emotional & Physical Misconduct

Mandatory Reporting

Sexual Misconduct Awareness Education

· Please Note: All 3 modules must be completed. Do not upload the individual certificates for each module. Upload the master certificate.

You will be asked to enter an organization and access code when making your Safe Sport account. Please reach out to your Risk Management Coordinator OR to the UYSA Office to access that code.

CONCUSSION CERTIFICATION

It is your responsibility to annually complete the CDC Concussion Certification. You need to verify that your concussion certification is current and uploaded. A current certificate is considered one that is dated within the Seasonal playing year. For example: You received your certificate in January of 2018 - it is valid until the end of the 2018-2019 seasonal year which is June 1. If you are red-lined on the roster for an expired or missing certification the game may be ruled as a forfeit if there is not another properly licensed coach at the game and for the duration of the game.

 

ROSTERS

· Players serving a suspension, multi-rostered players and club pass players all count towards the maximum number of players allowed on the Game Day Roster

· If a player has a red card or is serving a suspension, they MUST remain active on the roster and count towards the maximum number of players allowed on the roster.

· MAX Game Day Roster Sizes
U9/10 max players is 12
U11/12 max players is 15
U13/14 max players is 18
U15/19 max players is 18

 

Jersey Numbers

The Match day roster must include each player’s unique number that matches the number on the player’s jersey. If a players number does not show up on the game day roster or digital cards roster the team shall manually enter the number before check-in for the match.

Club Passed players jersey numbers will not show up on the roster and will need to be manually entered. If the club pass player has the same number as another player - you must change the number on the jersey (for example: #4 can be changes to #14 or #41 by using tape) to a unique number and manually add the number to the game day roster.

Instructions to add the jersey numbers can be found on the UYSA website under Team Manager FAQ's for both the Game Day roster and the Digital Player Cards. The following link will take you to the Game Day Roster Instructions.

https://usysassets.aeadmin.com/assets/985/15/Entering Jersey Nmbr_10.2018.pdf

 

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