Park City Soccer Club to hold annual team tryouts May 22-31
PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City Soccer Club (PCSC) will host its annual tryouts for girls and boys interested in playing competitive club soccer during the 2023-24 program year.
Affiliated with Utah Youth Soccer Association, PCSC offers teams for players 6-18 years of age. The program year runs June-May, with league play scheduled throughout the fall and spring months. High school-age athletes play an abbreviated annual schedule.
Team Tryouts will be held at Trailside Park on May 22-23 for players born 2012-2017, and May 30, 31 for players born 2005-2011. Tryouts are free of charge, and preregistration is strongly encouraged. Scholarships are available. For more information, a detailed tryout schedule based on age groups, to register and read player placement FAQ, click here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eli Ulvi moved, years ago, from Alaska to Park City to become the PCSC technical director. He told Townlift, “Our coaches and athletes are incredibly excited to be back out on the fields playing league games after an incredibly difficult winter. The positive energy we feel from our membership as we enter Player Placements and the next cycle of play is palpable. Each year we add quality, experienced coaches to our staff and this year is no different with additions moving from Florida and Michigan augmenting what is already one of the top coaching staffs in the state.”
PCSC will be holding informational open house and in-person registration sessions both in English and in Spanish at their office from 4-7:30 p.m. on May 18, 19 and 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on May 20; call 435-901-3715 for more information. The address of the office is: 6443 N. Business Park Loop, Suite K.
Director of youth coaching, Matt Terwillegar, has been a PCSC coach for 17 years. He told TownLift, “I think we have one of the best staff we’ve had since I started in the Club. Under the leadership of Eli, Joel Person our director of coaching, and executive director, Shelley Gillwald, the program has become more organized and athlete-centered.”
At PCSC’s annual host tournament, the Extreme Cup, teams travel to Park City from Colorado, California, Wyoming, Arizona and farther. Conversely, PCSC tournament teams travel to Nevada, Colorado, Washington, Idaho and beyond.
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