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Travel Soccer - Registration for the 2016-2017 Season is Open!
Thank you for your interest in the John Jay Futbol Club Travel program.
The John Jay FC Travel program is designed for the advancing soccer player interested in a more competitive training and challenging on-field playing environment.
Our teams play in the Westchester Youth Soccer League (WYSL) and partake in the NYState Cup. Our more successful teams will play in the NY Club Soccer League (NYCSL), or other Premier Leagues in our market/geography.
- Our program offers Boys and Girls programs within the U8, U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14/U15 and High School (U16 & U18) Divisions.
- Professional Trainers from our partner, UKElite, will develop an age-based curriculum and run 2 practices each week during the Fall & Spring seasons. These Professional Trainers will also manage each of the weekly WYSL games played on Sunday. During the fall and spring 10 week seasons, there are 3 hours of practice time and 2 hours on Sundays for game warm-ups and a WYSL game.
- UKElite will manage all tryout sessions. Only players will be permitted in the tryout area. All parents must remain beyond the registration table and must not interfere during the tryout. Players will be instructed to bring their water with them to be used during water breaks.
- Tryouts will begin Tuesday, May 23rd and conclude Thursday, June 3rd. The schedule can be found via the link in the margin. It is strongly encouraged that registrants attend TWO tryout sessions. If you are unable to attend TWO sessions, please contact Craig Barclay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Birth Year" Programs:
- All returning travel players will try out for their Birth Year division. There are no exceptions to this rule as our leagues (WYSL and NYCSL) have adopted this recommendation from the US Soccer Federation and no longer allow any Club affiliated with them to follow the Grade-Based Cut-Offs.
We will make every effort to build skill-based teams. If a player feels that he/she is capable of playing “up,” than that player must attend two tryouts for that age group, and if he/she performs in the top third of that age group, the player may be offered the opportunity to play “up.”