May 16-18, 2017:
Boys: U13 to U19 (Birth Year 1999-2005) 5:30-7:00 pm
Girls: U13 to U19 (Birth Year 1999-2005) 7:15-8:45pm
May 22-24, 2017:
Boys/Girls: U9-U12 (Birth Year 2006-2010) 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex-300 Brown Springs Road, Montgomery, AL 36117
Registration Fee: $20-Registration opens Monday, April 3, 2017
Registration Location: Register at the YMCA Soccer Complex or online at www.ymcamontgomery.org
Capital City Streaks: The Streaks program is for girls and boys U9-U18 who wish to play competitive level soccer and are seriously committed to the game. Teams are coached by professional paid coaches and overseen by Director of Coaching, Manny Sanchez-USSF “A” License. Players will be training in an age-specific curriculum with a philosophy of player development. We create an environment conducive to learning which leads to the technical and tactical development of our players. The commitment level for Streaks is important as we need players to attend training sessions as it is vital to have the players in training to achieve ultimate player development. Teams will attend 3-4 tournaments each season, play in league or friendly matches, train a minimum of two times a week and have opportunities to attend specialize skills training and goalkeeping training beyond their practices each week at no additional cost. The teams will also have a preseason camp July 24-28, 2017, to prepare for the upcoming season and attend State Cup competition in their level of play to compete for State Championships.
Playing Up: Players have to tryout in their true age group. If a player decides that they want to play at an older age group the Club has a playing up policy in place. Players will first tryout in their age group and then tryout in the older age group. Between the two age group coaches and DOC a decision will be made if player can play up or not.
Fall 2017 CCS-Streaks Fees: If a player is selected for a roster spot on a team they will incur the following fees when registering. They will also have different team fees and have to purchase team uniform. We do offer financial assistance for families that are in need. YMCA Member/Non-Member-U9/10 $325/$500, U11-U12 $450/$575, U14-Up $525/$695.
Further Information: Manny Sanchez at (O) 334-396-9754, firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Kobey Stoup who plays for the Capital City Streaks 2001 Boys Elite for being selected and invited to the U.S. U14 National Team Camp and also to the Region III ODP Team International Tour in Costa Rica. An incredible accomplishment! There is not a harder working and more deserving player in the club. We all wish Kobey the best as he represents the Club, CCS ’01 Elite, YMCA and Alabama at the National Stage.
Congratulations to all the Capital City Streaks players that have been invited to the US Soccer Training Center session scheduled for Thursday, November 17 in Vestavia Hills, AL. This is a great accomplishment and well deserved opportunities for our players. We wish all of them the best during the training session.
1. Lucas Rizzo
2. Sam Loftis
3. Pete Dickinson
4. Bobby Eskridge
1. Kobey Stoup (plays for 2001Elite)
1. Jack Loftis (plays for 2001Elite)
2. Cobi Keel (plays for 2001Elite)
3. Harrison Scott (plays for 2001Elite)
1. Hayes Colvin
2. Luke Adams
About Training Centers:
U.S. Soccer Training Centers (TCs) are free, single-day player identification opportunities for players with high potential to train under the direction of U.S. Soccer Youth National Team coaches and staff. TCs are a critical element to the U.S. Soccer development model and are designed to improve talent identification and evaluation, player development, and coaching development. Approximately 200 regional sessions are conducted per year in key markets throughout the country.
U.S. Soccer Training Centers are designed to replicate Youth National Team camps. Only players and coaches are welcome. Parents are not invited to stay and watch the training session. U.S. Soccer’s objective is to create an environment where players take responsibility for their own development. TCs are the pathway to the Youth National Teams.
As the National Governing Body of soccer in the United States, and under the auspices of the United States Olympic Committee, we are empowered and charged with developing the teams that represent the United States in all international competitions such as the Olympics and World Cup. The Training Center Program is an integral part of this process.
Congratulations to coach Taylor Jones and the 2002 girls premier for winning the D2 State Championship this morning defeating River Region 3-0! Great job by all the girls and coach Taylor. Awesome job bringing home the State Championship! Go Streaks!
Congratulations to the 2001 Boys Elite for being D1 State Cup Finalist. They played a super match today falling just short in Overtime 1-2 against BUSA. The match was played at a very high level and the boys left it in the pitch. Great job by Henrique and all the boys! Go Streaks!
Congratulations to the Capital City Streaks 1999 Girls Elite for being Semi-Finalist in Division 1 State Cup this past weekend.