The club will hold youth tryouts on January 22nd for the upcoming 2017 season. With the coaching alignments announced earlier, the club is looking for passionate players who are willing to improve their game and individual development.
2001 Head Coach Pietro Asaro feels that the club is ready to take the next step in elite player development. "We've made waves after the reaching the Super Y League Finals. This year, we want all our teams to make it to Bradenton. To do that, we need to find players who share our same philosophy."
Tryouts will be held on January 22nd at New Utrecht High School.
Players can register HERE
Players born in 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 - 11:00 AM Indoors at New Utrecht High School
Players born in 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1998 - 11:00 AM Outdoors at New Utrecht High School
The club's Youth Program is open to players between 10 and 18 years of age. The Program is a direct feeder into the club’s semi-professional PDL team. Players will be expected to train three times per week, play games on weekends, make time for travel to regional showcase tournaments, and devote a large portion of their lives to their soccer development.
The Youth Program is only available to players who are capable of playing at the elite level of youth soccer. Players in the Youth Program will receive club gear and team uniforms, individualized player reports, the chance to compete against the best possible competition for their age, and the opportunity to play in front of collegiate and professional scouts. The roster size for all Youth Program teams will be capped at 14 players for teams participating in 8 v 8 play, and 18 players for teams participating in full sided play. All players will be treated as young professionals.
FA Euro is the only club in Brooklyn to participate in the Super Y League. The Super Y League provides an experience that is unparalleled in youth soccer. The Super Y League shares your passion for player development and realizes that in order to be an elite club, you must play in an elite league. With the new Regional Scouting Series, partnerships with some of the leaders in youth soccer, experienced and professional staff, advanced player tracking, and offering the chance to compete for a North American Championship, the Super Y League is the best operated youth league in North America, allowing it to stand above the competition.