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Jun, 2020

Tryout Registration

We look forward to seeing you at tryouts. Note dates below.

Please note that we are asking only one parent to accompany each child to tryouts as we enforce social distancing.

Electronic signups via this new registration platform. In addition to answering the normal questions, players can upload copies of birth certificates, photos, and medical waivers.

Click here for instructions. 

Please complete registration before arriving for tryouts.

This will keep paper handling to a minimum and require less in person contact at the field.

June 22 and 24 6pm
Rotary Soccer Park and Mack Cook Stadium

Boys and Girls U7 2014 Field 6
Boys and Girls U8 2013 Field 6

Boys and Girls U9 2012 Field 2
Boys and Girls U10 2011 Field 2

Boys and Girls U11 2010 Field 9
Boys and Girls U12 2009 Field 9

Girls U13 2008 Mack Cook-East Half
Girls U14 2007 Mack Cook-East Half

Girls U15 2006 Mack Cook-West Half
Girls U16 2005 Mack Cook-West Half

June 23 and 25 6pm
Rotary Soccer Park and Mack Cook Stadium

Boys U13 2008 Field 4 Rotary

Boys U14 2007 Field 2 Rotary
Boys U15 2006 Field 2 Rotary

Boys U16 2005 Mack Cook-West Half
Boys U17 2004 Mack Cook-West Half
Boys U18 2003 Mack Cook-West Half

Girls U17 2004 Mack Cook-East Half
Girls U18 2003 Mack Cook-East Half

Classic League

The NCYSA Classic Program is a state-wide competitive league administered by the NCYSA State Office, the VP of Classic and the Classic Council. It is the highest level of play offered within NCYSA

The Program is for the serious player, seeking a higher level of competition and training. Teams are selected through an annual tryout process. Tryouts are generally held in late May. Games are played against other Challenge teams through the administration of the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association. Travel time is generally limited to two hours drive from home.

Classic is organized into several divisions, Premier, First Division, Second Division, and Third Division. Placement in these divisions is done through a promotion and relegation process. Generally, a team begins in the Second division, then if they finish first in their division they move to the First Division and the last place team in the First Division drops to the Second Division. Premier consists of the top eight to ten teams in the State. Third division, formerly known as the Challenge League, is an open division with a less competitive atmosphere.

Academy Program

Lenoir Youth Soccer Association offers an Academy Program for players in the U12, U11, U10, U9, and U8 age levels.   Academy programs seek to improve individual player development, satisfaction, retention, and to build less pressured youth soccer environment for coaches, adult spectators, and match officials.

What is the Academy Program?
Academy programs have emerged as the 21st century alternative to the frustrating shortfalls in soccer development displayed by most preteens.  The void is heavily influenced by coaching quality and the pressures to win at critical periods in the development process.  Academy programs

What are the benefits of Academy play?
The Academy Program philosophy is to emphasize player development over team development and focus on the technical development of each child without the pressures of short term wins/losses/results. This philosophy encourages players to be more creative and the playing environment becomes more enjoyable.

NCYSA Youth Academy Program

Click link for NCYSA details about the Youth Academy Program.

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