2017 Super Y Tryouts

                      

Join the Georgia Revolution during the Super Y summer season to:

1 - Stay sharp and improve your skills.
2 - Get a different coaching perspective to help further develop your child
3 - Get summer long training and game environment for the same price of a 4 day camp filled with unrealistic hours of strain on the body. 
4 - Be identified by the ODP regional scouting.  This gives players a chance to be recognized and invited down to the Super Y ODP event in Lake City, FL.  Players are seen in their natural competitive environment as opposed to the traditional tryout format.

Why Super Y?
Development is about playing top-level soccer 12 months a year and playing in challenging environments where the mind has to adapt.  Players will have the opportunity to play with and against top players around the region.  The unique ODP player id model is great for those players that don’t do well in the typical tryout format.  It allows the players a chance to be seen and handpicked by scouts and opposing coaches for the Super Y ODP regionals and nationals.  This experience comes with college and national team exposure.  Top Drawer Soccer hosts the ODP regionals where they bring in a college coaching staff and rank players for college scouts.   

Schedule
The regular season will consist of 8-12 matches depending on the playing division and age group. The total point leader within the division will culminate the season with the Super Y-League North American Finals, which will consist of a minimum of four games at the IMG Academy in Bradenton FL held in December.

Practices (at RYSA SoccerPlex) 
Tuesday and Thursday practice

Super Y Team Camp
The Super Y Team Camp will be held on June 13, 14 and 15.  U10 and U12 will go from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, and U14 to U18 will go from 7:00 to 8:30 pm

Season Dates
The regular season will be from May through August. We will avoid most major events such as State Cup, ODP camps etc. The Super Y-League North American Finals will be held in mid December in Bradenton, FL at the IMG Academy.

Tryouts
There is a tryout fee of $20.00 for all non-RYSA players. 
Register for Tryouts: CLICK HERE (registration is required)
**You must complete the following two waivers and bring to tryouts: CLICK HERE and CLICK HERE


February 12th:
U10 to U14 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
U16 to U18 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

March 12th:
U10 to U14 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
U16 to U18 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

**Supplemental tryout date set for March 26th

Age Groups
We will not be forming single year age groups, age groups will be combined as follows:

U10 – born in 2007
U11-12 – born in 2005 and 2006
U13-14 – born in 2003 and 2004
U15-16 – born in 2001 and 2002
U17-18 – born in 1999 and 2000

Cost
U10-U18 Full-Time Player: $450
U10-U18 Developmental Player: $250 (Practice only players) 

Payments will be due in three installments of $150.00 each- due on 3/16, 3/26 and 4/27. For financial questions, please reach out to Lisa Fouser at rysaadmin@comcast.net

Cost Includes The Following

• Training t-shirt
• Registration/Player Passes
• Training Fees - 2 nights of training
• Coaching Fees
• Referee Fees
• Game Fees - 10-12 Matches (U10-U16 teams) - NOTE: Developmental Players promoted to match play pay $50 per game fee equaling up to Full-Time Player Final Cost. 
• Team Camp
**** Does not include coach & player travel expenses or post season play nor does it include uniform cost***

 

For questions, please contact:
Boys Super Y Director, Dusty Fouser at
dfouser@rysa.net
Girls Super Y Director, Keion Yearwood at keionyearwood@gmail.com

Georgia Revolution Super Y League

Founded in 1999, the Super Y-League is dedicated to the progression of future professional players. The Super Y-League has steered the course for development of elite clubs, players, and coaches. Affiliated with US Soccer, the Super Y-League ODP Program has opened countless doors for players to be identified for U.S. National Team Programs. The Super Y-League contains the youth academies of Major League Soccer clubs, USL PRO clubs, Premier Development League and W-League clubs. The league also serves clubs looking to develop the game from the ground up. Top youth academies such as Weston FC, Mass Premier Soccer and TSF Academy have been members of the league for several seasons. USL’s Super Y-League has revolutionized youth player development in North America.

The Super Y-League, through US Soccer and the United States Olympic Committee, was granted ODP programs to identify players for U.S. National Team Programs. The first selection process began during the 2003 season to identify players for Regional Team selection events, where U.S. National Staff Coaches scouted players for National Team Programs. In addition to many players being identified for U.S. National Team Programs, top players are identified by leading college and university soccer programs throughout the United States.

The Super Y-League is a professionalized system that is the first step for developing youth soccer players in North America.  The league is designed for talented youth players destined for professional or international careers. Through Olympic Development (ODP) status programs and events such as the North American Finals and National ODP Camps, the nation’s top players are selected for US National Team Programs. The league is made up of a series of regional leagues within the framework of a North American league containing the top clubs and players from the United States and Canada.

 

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