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The Euro Football Club offers several different summer programming options.
Registration without a late fee ends 1/15/19.
Registrations after 1/15/19 may affect team placement and roster availability may be limited.
The Euro Football Club's main program is the Spring/Summer Competitive program. Training is conducted either 2x/week or 4x/week depending upon ages, and teams participate in four tournaments during the summer, all on the weekends, except the USA Cup Week for some.
Practice Location: Kepp Fields
Games and Events:
Teams will be formed by Euro FC's Director of Coaching and Technical Director, and rosters will be announced during the final two weeks of February.
All Euro FC teams are coached by professional coaching staff provided by our coaching provider TetraBrazil, and selected by our Director of Coaching and Technical Director. Some of the details of the Euro FC training program are as follows:
The Euro FC Competitive program is a training and tournament based program. Below are some details regarding this program.
1. The USA Cup has various restrictions on who can play the week and who can play the weekend. All teams 11U level and above should plan to play the USA Cup Week, as the weekend is a C1 only tournament for the older ages. All teams 10U and below should plan on playing the USA Cup Weekend. These are default expectations for USA cup week, but individual teams can discuss week vs weekend, and request a variance. This variance would have to be approved by the DOC.
2. Each team will be able to pick between the weekend of May 25th-27th or May 31st- June 2nd. We realize that time of year has more conflicts with vacation, spring school sports, and end of school year activities; therefore, we have built a little flexibility into the schedule here. We have also avoided early season tournaments to lessen conflicts with end of school year activities. If teams desire to play in tournaments earlier, they can request permission to register for an additional tournament via the DOC. If coaching coverage is available, we will allow for this, but coaching travel expenses, food, hotels and tournament registrations will have to be paid by the teams in advance.
**** indicates teams will need to pick one of two weekends, based school graduations and end of school year commitments
Other Available Tournaments (with Euro FC permission):
The training fees for the competitive program cover:
This year's competitive program fees are as follows:
Payment Plan and Late Fees
When registering, there will be two payment plans available.
It is the Club's policy to not issue refunds except under exceptional circumstances. If you feel a refund is necessary and your situation warrants it, a refund may be requested via the link below. Please note: Euro FC will not be unable to refund any tournament fees.
Included Goalkeeping Training Program
How do I sign up?
Discuss with your team coach and Coach Gabriel
Soccer team registration is determined by a birth year rule.
The current soccer year is used to determine soccer age. The current soccer year runs from August 1st to July 31st each year. So the fall season of each year is the time when a player's soccer year advances. The year used to determine soccer age for the upcoming session is the higher number of the current soccer year. The current soccer year is 2018-2019 - please see MYSA's Birth Year Chart for details. Essentially, you take the current soccer year and subtract the birth year of your child (eg. a child born in 2014 gives 2019-2014=5. 5U would be the soccer age)
The result will give you the "U" soccer age the player can participate at. The rules follow a soccer age and under participation guideline, i.e. 5U means soccer age players 5 and under can play on a team. For the younger age groups, we try to keep kids on squads with the designated soccer age listed. Occasionally players can play up a year, in the Tiny Tots program. A player can never play "down" (at a lower soccer age) in tournament play, but may be allowed to do this in the Mini Kicks and Tiny Tots programs. As a rule, teams in these programs are formed based on age, but players move around a bit based on need to fill team slots.
Availability of financial aid is made on a season to season basis. Click here to obtain information and apply for financial aid.
Please note: The deadline for submitting your
financial aid application for the 2018 Summer
Season is January 8th, 2017.