Playing & Practice Field Availability

Contact Paul Hammond for playing and practice Field Availability

 

TikiTaka Soccer Camp

REGISTER NOW for Germantown TikiTaka Soccer Camp!!!!

JULY, 24th - 28th, 2017

Followed by 3v3 soccer Tournament

Click here for more info on this exciting camp

 The camp is open to players going into U9 - U14/15boys & girls

 

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 Select Tryouts  

updated MAY 22 2017

 All Tryouts are held at Friedenfeld Park.

The park is located one-quarter mile north of Mequon Road on Country Aire Drive.

 

*PLEASE ARRIVE 20- 30MINS EARLY TO REGISTER, AND RECEIVE TRYOUT NUMBER.

PLAYERS SHOULD BRING A PUMPED UP BALL, WATER, APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR AND SHINGUARDS.

 

TRYOUT REGISTRATION FORM  AVAILABLE HERE IN .DOC

Please print out and fill in the first part of the registration form and bring to tryouts.

Uniforms will be available at tryouts for sizing, please complete second portion of registration form at tryouts and keep for your records.

##Please Note:  The online registration period has closed and will need to be done in person.##

 

 * Please note that if you cannot make either tryout date, you will have to contact GSC to arrange a tryout evaluation. The $20 tryout fee will still apply to receive your official tryout number 

 

      

TRYOUT NOTIFICATION PROCESS

Parents – Notifications will be made on this website on the “ tryout results page” followed by an email or phone call from the coach of the team. 

If you do not see your child’s number posted it can mean one of two things.

1.They are a player who did not initially make the team but could still make a team depending on who accepts / declines a position/ roster spot.

If a player declines a spot , it would then open up to the next player in line.

2. The player was not ready at this time to play at the level required and should continue to play rec. soccer at this time to further their development.

Once rosters are full the players who did not make a Select team will be asked if they wish to register for Rec. soccer to continue their development.

This is a tough time for Coaches, parents and players alike and it’s never easy telling a player they did not make it.

 Please remember they are young and have plenty of time to get better and its perfectly OK for players to play rec soccer until they are ready for the next level.

 2017/18 Fees (Pre-July 1st Discount)

           
Age MKSC Fee Regional Fee *Volunteer Fee   Total
U7 $135.00 $50.00 $50.00   $235.00
U8 $135.00 $50.00 $50.00
$235.00
U9 $145.00 $80.00 $50.00   $275.00
U10 $145.00 $80.00 $50.00
$275.00
U11 $150.00 $125.00 $50.00   $325.00
U12 $150.00 $125.00 $50.00
$325.00
U13 $150.00 $125.00 $50.00
$325.00
U14 $150.00 $125.00 $50.00
$325.00
HS $100.00 $60.00 $50.00   $210.00
*$50 per child max $100 per family, reimbursed with adequate service hours  (6hrs per child per season)      

 

 

 

 

Select Cost Estimates: U11-U14 Teams

$325 Base fee includes practice field, game field, referees, 6-8 league games in the fall (September to October) and 6-8 league games in the spring (May to June). A portion of this fee goes to Milwaukee Kickers and a portion to us, the Germantown Region.

*U15 and above Base Fee is $210 all other fees are approx. the same.

Additonal Fees (All Fees below are estimates):

WYSA Player registration fee $12.50

There is an additional $50 Volunteer buy-out fee per player and $100 max per family.

Uniforms will have a fee of  approx $88 for 2 jerseys ,1 short,1 socks.

Coaching fees are additional and determined on a case by case basis per experience and divided evenly among team members.

 Tournaments are approximately an additional $35/$45 per player per tournament.

Indoor soccer has 3 optional sessions which range from approximately $50 to $75 per session.

Ball, shin guards, and any other personal equipment are additional.

 

 

Select v Recreational Soccer

 

Hello Soccer Families,

This letter is to help educate those unfamiliar with the terms and choices available. If your child enjoys soccer, there will be a place for him/her to play.

Recreational, Select and Academy/Elite are the most common terms used to describe the general soccer levels and programs. Commitment, performance, and financials will help determine what is right for your child.

Recreational ( U9/10 Academy )  soccer is what your child is currently playing. Coaches are often volunteer parents and are required to have a “Y1” license. Coaches are required to play children regardless of soccer ability. Children do not have to try out for a recreational team. Teams are made up of players who want to play soccer just as a fun thing to do, and to learn more about the game without making a complete commitment to the sport. Recreational soccer fees typically range $180-$250 per year depending on age level and region. You are currently registered and playing recreational soccer. If your choice is to continue to play recreational soccer, you will register as you always have, with registration beginning the first week of May. www.mksc.org

Select soccer is in between recreational and Elite soccer in terms of commitment and competition level. Players at a select level often participate in other sports. Players are chosen through an open try out process organized through the soccer club. Select teams  generally have more training and participate in 2-4 tournaments a year and sometimes even more. Coaches are required to have an “E” or “D” soccer coaching license. Coaches are often professional, non-parent coaches, and/or soccer players but can be licensed parent coaches. Select soccer fees run $500 - $600, or more per year depending on the select program you choose. If you are interested in playing select soccer, your child will attend try-outs the first full week of June. Team placement will be announced according to current WYSA tryout rules.

Elite (In our region we have select teams only - the elite teams refer to MKSC Academy which is run out of Uihlein Soccer Park with paid coaches)  

Elite soccer is the highest level of play and involves the most commitment by players, parents, and coaches. Elite players generally focus on soccer as their number one sport with many only playing soccer Elite teams often practice all year long with few breaks. Elite teams often travel great distances to play other premier teams. Coaches are often professional coaches or soccer players typically with a USSF “D” or higher license. Elite soccer fees typically range from $1000-$2500. Try-outs for Elite level teams also take place the first full week of June.

Select and Elite premier programs can vary greatly in price and philosophy. Information is available to help you make an informed decision. 

Currently your child is probably playing for Germantown regions’ Recreational/ Academy program. The Select program starts at U11 in Germantown and in most other regions. Milwaukee Kickers’ Academy program is the Elite soccer program.