Tryouts

Tryouts

Wasatch Soccer Club

2022-23 Tryouts Schedule & Info

Wasatch Soccer Club is northern Utah’s premier soccer club. We strive to promote the one team, one club mentality.  All of our coaches are USSF certified, with many of them holding advanced certifications (USSF “C” and above!). 

We strive to place players on a team based on their skill level; however, there may be circumstances that does not allow us to place everyone that try’s out on a team.  

If a player is not selected to play on a team, we will do our best to notify you  as soon as possible so that you can make other tryouts.

OFFICIAL SCHEDULE

REGISTRATION


Girls:

AgeDateTimeLocation
U7 (2016)Monday 5/16 & Tuesday 5/175:00 p.m.Fairfield Jr. 951 N Fairfield St, Kaysville, UT
U8 (2015)Monday 5/16 & Tuesday 5/176:30 p.m.Fairfield Jr. 951 N Fairfield St, Kaysville, UT
U9 (2014)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/246:15 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U10 (2013)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/246:15 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U11 (2012)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/244:30 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U12 (2011)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/244:30 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U13 (2010)Thursday 6/2 & Friday 6/35:00 p.m.Ellison Park 700 N 2200 W, Layton, UT Fields #1 & 2
U14 (2009) Davis CountyTuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/15:00 p.m.Centennial Jr. 740 South Sunset Dr, Kaysville, UT
U14 (2009) Sandy/DraperTuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/15:00 p.m.America First Field 76 W Sego Lily Dr. Sandy, UT
U15 (2008)Thursday 6/2 & Friday 6/33:30 p.m.Ellison Park 700 N 2200 W, Layton, UT Field #3 & 4
U16 (2007)Thursday 6/2 & Friday 6/36:30 p.m.Ellison Park 700 N 2200 W, Layton, UT Field #1 & 2
U17 (2006)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/16:30 p.m.Central Davis Jr. 663 North Church Street, Layton, U
U18 (2005)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/13:30 p.m.Central Davis Jr. 663 North Church Street, Layton, UT
U19 (2004)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/13:30 p.m.Central Davis Jr. 663 North Church Street, Layton, UT


*This schedule can change at anytime, please check the official schedule for current date’s, times, and locations.

Boys:

AgeDateTimeLocation
U7 (2016)Monday 5/16 & Tuesday 5/175:00 p.m.Fairfield Jr. 951 N Fairfield St, Kaysville, UT
U8 (2015)Monday 5/16 & Tuesday 5/176:30 p.m.Fairfield Jr. 951 N Fairfield St, Kaysville, UT
U9 (2014)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/246:15 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U10 (2013)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/246:15 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U11 (2012)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/244:30 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U12 (2011)Monday 5/23 & Tuesday 5/244:30 p.m.Legacy Events 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT
U13 (2010)Thursday 6/2 & Friday 6/36:30 p.m.Ellison Park 700 N 2200 W, Layton, UT Fields #3 & 4
U14 (2009)Thursday 6/2 & Friday 6/35:00 p.m.Ellison Park 700 N 2200 W, Layton, UT Field #3 & 4
U15 (2008)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/13:30 p.m.Centennial Jr. 740 South Sunset Dr, Kaysville, UT 84037
U16 (2007)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/16:30 p.m.Centennial Jr. 740 South Sunset Dr, Kaysville, UT 84037
U17 (2006)Thursday 6/2 & Friday 6/36:30 p.m.Ellison Park 700 N 2200 W, Layton, UT Field #6 & 7
U18 (2005)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/15:00 p.m.Central Davis Jr. 663 North Church Street, Layton, UT
U19 (2004)Tuesday 5/31 & Wednesday 6/15:00 p.m.Central Davis Jr. 663 North Church Street, Layton, UT


*This schedule can change at anytime, please check the official schedule for current date’s, times, and locations.


Why Tryout with Wasatch?

There are many reasons why someone should tryout for Wasatch Soccer Club. For one, it is a great way to meet new people and make friends. Soccer is a team sport, and Wasatch Soccer Club is a great place to meet other people who share your love of the game.

In addition, Wasatch Soccer Club provides an opportunity to improve your soccer skills. The club offers weekly practices and competitions, giving you the chance to fine-tune your technique and strategies. Moreover, trying out for Wasatch Soccer Club shows commitment and dedication to the sport. This can be helpful in securing scholarships and other opportunities down the road.

Finally, being part of Wasatch Soccer Club is simply fun! You’ll have the opportunity to travel to different cities and compete against some of the best soccer teams in the local area and country. So if you’re looking for a way to improve your soccer skills, make new friends, and have a good time, then you should definitely tryout for Wasatch Soccer Club.


How Do You Tryout For Soccer?

Soccer tryouts usually last a couple days, depending on age, and each day different evaluations are taking place. Coaches will be evaluating players each day on a players technical, tactical, and psychosocial styles of play.

During the evaluation, players will be put in small-sided games to showcase their skills. The tactical evaluation will involve small-sided games where coaches will be looking for players who can read the game and make good decisions. At the end of tryouts, coaches will narrow down the list of players and invite them back for another tryout or offer them a spot on the team.

Players who are not offered a spot on the team will usually be given feedback on what they need to work on in order to improve their chances of making the team next time.


What Should I Expect at Tryouts?

Trying out for a soccer team can be a nerve-wracking experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few things you can expect during tryouts: 

First, the coach will likely want to see what position you play. They will probably have you play multiple positions to get a sense of your skillset. Be prepared to play wherever you are needed. 

Next, the coach will put you through some drills. These drills will test your speed, agility, and ball control. Again, don’t worry if you don’t think you’re the best player on the field. The coach is just trying to get a sense of your abilities. 

Finally, the coach will probably have you scrimmage against other players who are also trying out for the team. This is where they will really start to see how you work with other players and what kind of contribution you can make to the team. 

Don’t stress out about tryouts – just go out there and do your best!


How Can I Get Noticed and Stand Out at Soccer Tryouts?


Soccer tryouts can be competitive, and it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd. However, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of being noticed by the coaches.

First, make sure you arrive early and are well-prepared for the tryout. This shows that you are serious about making the team and that you are willing to put in the effort.

Second, pay attention to the coaches and follow their instructions carefully. This demonstrates that you are coachable and eager to learn.

Finally, be confident and positive throughout the tryout. Show the coaches that you believe in yourself and your ability to contribute to the team. By following these tips, you can make a good impression at soccer tryouts and increase your chances of being selected for the team.


Unable to Tryout? Please Contact Us!

If you are interested in joining Wasatch Soccer Club, but cannot make it during tryout’s. We will be happy to find a place for your athlete.

Please contact a member of our staff

Interested in Joining Wasatch?

If you are interested in joining Wasatch Soccer Club outside of the tryout window, we will be happy to find a place for your child.

Please contact the appropriate Director of Coaching:

DEREK TATE

Academy Director U7-U8

801-721-8795

PAT OTTE

Director Of Coaching U12-15

860-460-7041

GARRETT RAMAGE

Goalkeeper Director

801-390-7260

LEE DAVIS

Technical Director

801-589-0822

MILO BRUCE-BURGES

Director of Coaching U16-U19

385-439-6432

CONTACT US


Hours

Monday-Thursday-9:00am-1:00pm 

Closed-Fridays/Saturdays/Sundays and Holidays

Voicemails and emails received after hours will be returned on the next business day

Wasatch Training Center

976 Marshall Way 
Layton, UT 84041

Wasatch Indoor Facility

1188 Sportsplex Drive, Suite 112
Kaysville, Utah 84037


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