With tryouts and soccer registration underway we want to be sure all of you know what to expect signing your kids for our programs and to guide you in right directions here is information that you should know looking to sign up your children for fall season 2016/17.
We as club have 3 different programs that you can choose.
MYS park and rec league registration is open with www.middletownsoccer.org (kids only play in the fall) no tryouts needed price $80 before June 1st ($20 extra after June 1st)uniforms are $37 extra they are given away on jamboree day.
MYS Magic Travel program where kids who are born from 2004 - 2009 can sign up and who will play fall and spring season as mandatory and 3 indoor sessions as optional.
Tryouts are mandatory to make team and you can register with this link http://assn.la/Reg/?r=3:110638. Tryouts are May 23-27th 2016
Sporting CT our premier club where soccer is mandatory full year. To make team you need to come to tryouts you can check tryouts dates at www.sportingct.com
Tryouts registration is mandatory with this link http://assn.la/Reg/?r=4:105473
Who do they play?
Who is it for?
Fall & Spring Country Club Rd
Winter – ASTC only
1 x training per week
Weekend Small Sided Games (Fall and Spring)
Fall: Professional Coach oversight but parent leads
Winter & Spring: Professional Staff Only
Each Other/Teams made up of players from within town
Open to All
Any young player looking to gain skills confidence and have fun.
Rec U9 & Above
Country Club Rd
2 x training per week
1 x weekend game
Professional Coach oversight but parent leads
Each Other/Teams made up of players from within town
Open to All
Any player who enjoys playing soccer but is not seeking to play at the next level.
Fall & Spring.
Winter is optional
Fall & Spring Various MYS Fields.
Winter –ASTC or School Gyms.
2 x training per week during Fall & Spring
1 x training per week during the Winter
Travel Director Goran Vasic or a paid coach
Other Town Teams from around the Central/North Central District of the State. Additional competition may come during Connecticut Cup or tournament play.
Fall/Spring seasons is mandatory
Winter Play is optional for Travel teams.
Tournament participations are additional or fund-raised.
Any good young player who wants to represent their town and learn new skills for whom soccer may or may not be priority
Fall & Spring Various MYS Fields and Middletown High School.
Winter – ASTC for training, FSA for games
2 x training per week year round along with
Weekend Games across every season
Each team has their own Highly Qualified Professional Staff Coach as well as an Assistant (typically current collegiate player or recent graduate) during all practices and games
Other Elite Development Programs from anywhere within CT for League and Stat Cup play. Within tournaments teams are played from all over the New England Region.
Comprehensive program included in costs:
2x training sessions p/w year round.
3 sessions of league play at FSA during winter.
2-4 Tournaments depending upon age of team.
ALL sessions coached by professional coaches following the Sporting CT Annual Curriculum purposefully designed to follow our player development-first philosophy.
Seasonal evaluations for each player.
College pathways program.
Any Elite Young Player who wants to continue to learn and acquire new skills and understanding in an environment that will challenge them to excel. Whilst multi sport involvement is advocated across all age groups it is expected that Soccer will become the priority as people pass through the program.
Hope this answer some of your questions for park and rec and travel program call Goran Vasic at 201 532-3778 for Sporting CT program call Zach Eddinger at 860 604-4428
As many of you have heard already US Soccer has mandate changes for all age groups starting fall season 2016/17. Our club will follow this changes and will provide this age groups for upcoming fall season starting September 1st 2016.
Born January 1st - December 31st 2009 -U8 boys and girls they will play 4v4 small side games
Born January 1st - December 31st 2008 - U9 boys and girls they will play 7v7 (6 plus GK)
Born January 1st - December 31st 2007 - U10 boys and girls they will play 7v7 (6 plus GK)
Born January 1st - December 31st 2006 - U11 boys and girls they will play 9v9 (8 plus GK)
Born January 1st - December 31st 2005 - U12 boys and girls they will play 9v9 (8 plus GK)
Born January 1st - December 31st 2004 - U13 boys and girls they will play 11v11 (10 plus GK)
For more information on the reasons behind the new changes and what the birth year changes mean for your child, please follow the link below.
MYS was represented this past week at one of the best youth soccer tournaments in Barcelona Spain. Our director of coaching was invited to be head coach for 2004 boys team and one of our own u12 Magic players Parker Vasic was one of the 14 selected from kids that come Maryland, NY, New Jersey, Virginia and North Carolina teams. Our team did extremely well beating select team from Japan, Spanish local teams Vic and Athletic and tied select team from Indonesia to win the group stage. At final 16 we beat Barcelona Elite Denver team 5-1 and lost in top 8 against English premier team Liverpool 5-3. It was great experience to see that American soccer players are catching up with skills and technical ability with rest of the world.
Our 2016 summer soccer camps will be held at 360 Long hill road fields in Middletown CT. It's great way for kids to prepare for fall season and to stay in shape and work on some soccer drills learning from USSF "A" license soccer coach and director of Middletown Magic travel program. Registration is open online www.middletownct.gov/webtrac or in person at Middletown park and community center 61 Durant terrace street Middletown CT 06457. Any questions feel free to call Goran 201 532-3778 or email me at email@example.com
Middletown mayor Dan Drew has proclaim December 4th as Middletown Magic U12 day in celebration of their CT Cup championship win. It's great recognition for our club and all kids that play for our teams..
"Your children's youth sports experience will end, and it may happen suddenly. Hopefully you will not look back and think, "I wish I had enjoyed it more instead of obsessing over performance, or playing time, or the team's record." Enjoy the experience; it will end too soon."