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Tryout Info



Thank you for your interest in BSA.



MORE INFORMATION ON TRYING OUT FOR BSA:

STILL INTERESTED IN JOINING BSA? If you wish to tryout individually, please contact Dan Adams (Director of Coaching)

 

We have put together a basic tryout guide that each parent should follow throughout the tryout process as well as what to bring and ’Frequently Asked Questions’ below.

·        Check dates / times / locations for the appropriate age group.

·        Register through the BSA website clicking the Register Here above or by choosing the Registration Info tab then Available Programs and select the appropriate listing for your child's age.

·        Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to start time to check in.

·        Please make a note of the tryout number given to your child at the first night of tryouts to ensure the same number is issued on the second night.

What to bring:

1.       Dress in soccer apparel,  i.e. soccer jersey, shorts and socks.

2.       Soccer cleats

3.       Shin Guards

4.       Plenty of water

FAQs

Do current BSA players have to attend tryouts?

Yes, all players must attend each year.

Does my child have to attend both tryouts?

BSA recommend that your child attend both sets of tryouts unless you have been contacted after the first night. This is to maximize your child’s time in front of the coaches. If for some reason you cannot make both tryouts, please make sure you notify the appropriate coaches in advance.

Do I need to register online?

Yes. Every player must register online. In doing so our staff can provide expected turnout and allow our coaches to prepare appropriate space and plan format. This also speeds up the check in process.

When will I know if my child has made a team?

Each player / parent will be contacted within 3 days of the last tryout by a member of the BSA coaching staff. 

My child is interested in BSA but our family cannot afford to pay the fees, is financial assistance available?

Yes. BSA has a financial aid fund but the resources are limited.

Can my child "play up" on an older team?

This is only possible when the BSA coaches feel that it would be in the best interest of the development of a given player. 

 


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