NVSC Supplemental Tryouts

NVSC is pleased to announce supplemental travel tryouts for some boys and girls age groups.  Players must be registered for travel tryouts in order to attend.

  • Boys Age Groups:  U9 and U12 
  • Girls Age Groups:  U13, U14, and U15
  • Players will be evaluated during team's training sessions
  • NVSC recreational players or outside club players interested in playing travel should contact our Technical Directors at tryouts@novasc.org and register on the NVSC website (www.novasc.org).

Teams with Openings

U9 Boys  born in 2012 (or U8 Boys born in 2013) - NCSL

U10 Boys  born in 2011 - NCSL

U12 Boys born in 2009 - CCL Championship 

U13 Girls born in 2008 - NCSL - Saturday, December 5th - 12:30 pm (Hellwig #7)

U14 Girls born in 2007 - NCSL - Saturday, December 5th - 12:30 pm (Hellwig #7)

U15 Girls born in 2006 - CCL Championship

**If you are from another age group (2013 - 2002 boys and girls) and would like an indvidual evaluation email tryouts@novasc.org and we can let you know if there is any availability on a team in that age group.

Travel Program

PHILOSOPHY

The vision of the NVSC Club Travel Program is to provide quality coaching, both technically and tactically, in a safe and constructive environment so that each player has the opportunity to develop his or her skills to the highest level of the individual’s ability. Coaches, trainers and administrators will strive to instill a competitive spirit, excellent work ethic, good sportsmanship and an appreciation for the game at an advanced level. 
We instill a love for the game in our young players and cultivate that passion as each athlete matures.  We build pride in our individuals, our teams, and our club.  We foster an environment that allows each player to experience the thrill of competition and participation, and the challenge of improvement.  NVSC take pride in the growth of club members as athletes, students, and responsible young men and women. 


PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Youth players develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally at different times. Long-term player development is the number one goal of the Northern Virginia Soccer Club.  Two to three teams will represent the club at the developmental stage in each age group under the Club team name NVSC Blue - White - Gold.  Furthermore, NVSC player development program encompasses Technical, Tactical, Physical and Psychological aspects of the game that are specific to each stage and each age group and that ensure adequate player development and progress over the entire course of the program. Each category has its own guidelines that detail; philosophy, team goals, number of practices a week, number of tournaments, winter/summer training requirements.


PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

-      U9-U11: The goal of this stage is to provide ample opportunities for players to build a solid foundation that will ensure their future success. While teams always compete to win games, results are not important. During training sessions players work on learning soccer fundamental techniques outlined in our NVSC Player Development Pyramid below. and are, then, encouraged to try them in league and tournament play. During games players are encouraged to take risks, to try out different things and to play with emotional freedom without undue pressure of winning games from coaches and parents.

-      U12-U14: During this stage the pace of player development quickens due to the acceleration of physical and mental maturation. Main emphases are on the development of individual skills under pressure of time, space and an opponent. During training sessions and games, players are encouraged to solve various problems (decision making) within the context of the game or a particular situation on the field. Team tactics and various systems of play are introduced into the training program. The game should remain fun and enjoyable and players should have a passion for the game.

-      U15-U18: This stage of player development is characterized by demanding and challenging training sessions and competitive matches. All individual skills are practiced, for the most part, at match speed and under match conditions. Coaches demand excellence from players in all aspects of individual skills while understanding that mistakes will happen. Training sessions involve technical functional and tactical functional training and a great deal of coaching is within 9 v 9 or 11 v 11 situations.

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