Tri-Town United Soccer Club aims to offer a well balanced program to all our members. All teams formed will play in the Buffalo and Western New York Junior Soccer League.
Each player that attends tryouts is evaluated and if accepted placed on a team that has been approved by the Tri-Town board members. Teams are established by appropriate age groupings that meet all the physical, mental and social aspects of playing soccer. Players must tryout and teams maybe realigned each year to maximize opportunity and proper placement of our members. Any player not attending tryouts will be put on a wait list and this may their
Participation in the Tri-Town travel program requires a commitment from parents, players and coaches. Some of these responsibilities include:
- attending league games (May-July)
- committing to scheduled practices both indoor and outdoor (January-July)
- participating in tournaments
Each individual coach will be in contact with their team members and can offer more information on what type of schedule to expect. Uniform information will be sent out thru email and will need to be completed online in a timely manner.
Full refunds will be issued to any player that is not offered a rostered spot on a team.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. How far do we travel for games?
A. Most games are against local travel clubs (West Seneca, Orchard Park, Amherst, Aurora) occasionally a game may be in Niagara County.
Q. How many games are played in the season?
A. Ages 14 and below play 12-13 games per season while ages 15 and older play 10 games. Each age group has a designated day of the week for league games (SUBJECT TO CHANGE). All league games start at 6:45.
Mondays: U11 and U12 boys; U13 and U14 girls
Tuesdays: U11 and U12 girls; U13 and U14 boys
Wednesdays: U19 boys and girls teams
Thursdays: U15 and U16 boys and girls teams
Fridays: U08-U10 boys and girls teams
Q. When does the season start?
A. Tryouts are held in October for the following playing season. Indoor training is held at Sahlens Sports Park starting in January. Some teams may opt to join a winter indoor league for additional play or enter into a weekend tournament during the summer (extra cost). Typically the outdoor season starts around early April or May and ends in late July (one game per week).
Q. How much does it cost?
A. The 2018 registration fees are $190.00 until tryout date, $225.00 thereafter. The registration fee includes: Full uniform, player insurance, league fee, referee’s costs, some indoor training, and field usage fee. Extra fees for indoor play and tournaments.
Q. Can my child play if we do not live in the Tri-Towns?
Q. What is the registration refund policy?
A. Full refunds are provided if a player withdraws on or before November 1, 2017. No refunds are made after this date, unless a player is not granted a roster spot.
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