Registration for the 2017 Fall season tryouts will open on Monday, May 1st.
Dylan Kariuki Kensley Simmons
Greyson Wood Anna Kate Havron
Joshua Fain Lindsey Anniuk
Petrovian Bailey Sophie Smith
We are offering 5 different Camp opportunities this summer. For more information follow the link!
There are now two brick options for businesses to make their mark on the Auburn Soccer Complex and support the Auburn Soccer Association in the process!
The first option is an 8×8 brick with your companies logo and whatever other wording you prefer. The second option is a 16×16 array (4, 8×8 bricks) with your companies log across the 4 bricks. Click here for examples.
The Auburn Soccer Association is offering you the opportunity to help support our soccer programs by purchasing a Vitra Engraved Brick with your own personal message. The bricks will be placed at the entrance to the soccer fields near the unpaved parking lot. The funds raised through this program will go to supporting our soccer programs needs for many years to come and to help build more fields at the complex. This offer is open to friends, players, family, businesses and anyone who wants to commemorate special occasions or honor a special person or player. The bricks will be laid around the holiday season – what a great way to be remembered and to acknowledge a special time or person!
US Youth Soccer is implementing a change that will use calendar year age groups for teams. Using the school calendar for age groups is practiced only in the United States and Canada; as all other FIFA members go by the calendar year.
Previously, age groups were determined based on players born between Aug. 1 and July 31. The change to calendar year age groups will reflect the calendar year, or Jan. 1 to Dec. 31. Players are still allowed to “play up” or play in an older age group.
US Youth Soccer, a respected leader in player development for more than 40 years, has seen the evolution of the game and various changes. The US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program has used the birth year for the grouping of players since it was established in 1977. In fact, the James P. McGuire Cup, the oldest trophy in youth sport, awarded at the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships also shows the history of teams named for their calendar year age group.
For more information about this change, see Birth Year FAQs.