Super Y League Tryouts to begin February 10th

What is Super Y-League?:

Affiliated with US Soccer and partnered with US Club Soccer, the league is the Super Y-League is a USL run summer league designed for talented youth players destined for professional or international careers. Through Olympic Development (ODP) status programs and events such as the North American Finals and National ODP Camps, the nation’s top players are selected for US National Team Programs. The league is made up of a series of regional leagues within the framework of a North American league containing the top clubs and players from the United States and Canada.

Schedule:
The regular season will consist of 10-12 matches depending on the playing division and age group. The total point leader within the division will culminate the season with the Super Y-League North American Finals, which will consist of a minimum four games.

Super Y game locations and schedule announced
 
Our Super Y games will be played on the following five weekends; We will play 2 or 3 games each play weekend (and we may not play all five weekends.  One club from Columbus has just joined Super Y so we may have one game we play either here or in Columbus depending on how many teams they field for Super-Y.
 
Portage Soccer Complex/River Oaks - Portage/Kalamazoo Michigan
June 22-24
 
Portage Soccer Complex/River Oaks - Portage/Kalamazoo Michigan
July 6-8
 
Pacesetter Park – Toledo, OH
July 13-15
 
Total Sport Complex - detween Toledo and Detroit
July 20-22
 
Jr. Irish Airport Fields – South Bend, IN
July 27-29
 
Super Y Coaching Staff
 
Super Y teams will be coached by the highest licensed coaching staff that CUSA has, virtually all with A or B licenses.  This includes coaches like Wichert De Wit, Grant Knight, and Dave  Woeste.  We are in the process of recruiting some additional highly licensed coaches from outside the club to coach some of the Super Y teams
 
Super Y Alternates (training only)
 
We have had some requests by parents and players who would like to be able to attend the Super Y training sessions in June and July but are concerned that due to family vacation commitments and other summer-time activities they will not be able to make many of the games and could miss a number of training sessions as well.  We have decided to create a new category of Super-Y; called Super Y Alternates.  These players will be able to participate in the 20 sessions of Super Y training and may or may not be asked to guest play on an occasional league game.  Their player fees will be reduced to just $250 for the 8 week season.   Registration for these alternate categories is open now and can be found at SUPER-Y League Tryout Registration  If your player is not selected for a Super Y first team we may offer them one of these alternate positions which you may choose to accept (or not).  
 
Super Y team offers
 
Initial Super Y team offers and Alternate offers will be sent out by Monday, February 12th.  Accepting a Team offer will require a minimum deposit of $150. Three additional payments of $100 each will be due on the 25th day of March, April and May. Accepting an Alternate offer will require a minimum deposit of $100.  Three additional payments of $50 each will be due on the 25th day of March, April and May.  We have a couple age categories were we are still uncertain whether we will have deep enough player rosters to adequately field a high quality team for every game.  In those cases we may send out an email indicating we are deferring a decision on that age group until we see how many players sign up for supplemental tryouts over the next two weeks.  Super Y league team applications and initial league fees must be paid by that time so worst case if we do delay a decision we won't delay it beyond that point.

The Super Y-League North American Finals will be held in December at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL.

Super-Y Tryout Dates
 

Try-Outs  : February 10,11 @ Alumni Stadium 192 W Franklin St, Centerville, OH 45459 (behind Magsig Middle School)

Supplemental Tryout Date: February 24th 2018

What does the Super Y-League mean to player development at CUSA Crew SC?
This is all about what’s called "professionalizing" player development in the United States and Canada when it comes to the top-level youth players. It is about allowing the cream to rise to the top, thereby simplifying the process of identifying elite level players. It is about playing top-level soccer 12 months a year, with the spotlight on young players during the Super Y-League season. The focus is less than one percent of all youth players in the U.S. and Canada. Because of the elite level of play and the summer schedule we expect to field teams with significant representation from other clubs in Southwest Ohio. This league is absolutely "not for everyone", but adding it, on top of our recent NPL league entry. provides an MLS Academy, or near MLS Academy experience for top area players (and for both the boys and the girls) without having to leave the Dayton area. Together with the NPL teams we have recently added it rounds out our offerings for the most elite players in the area and helps continue to position CUSA Crew SC as one of the leading youth player development clubs in the Midwest.

What makes the Super Y-League different from what national youth governing associations, such as US Youth Soccer, are already providing on the local or regional level? 
The Super Y-League has teams that are much broader in geographical scope, and because of that, they play at a higher level. Even the current number of super leagues in the country is localized in terms of their members. The Super Y-League is organized on a divisional level, to include only the top teams within a limited geographical area.

Again, we would like to reiterate that the Super Y-League is designed specifically for the elite level player, a player that competes in a club that wants the extra five to ten percent that they can only get in the Super Y-League. Hence, the expanded roster sizes, no recruiting restrictions, and the club pass system. 

The Super Y-League ODP Philosophy: 
To identify players for U.S. National Team Programs, within their natural environment during competition on their club team during the Super Y-League season.

Purpose:
The Super Y-League ODP system began in 2003 to identify a pool of players in each age group of the league for identification to U.S. National Team Programs; and to utilize the clubs system in the United States to identify players. 

What are the Benefits of Participating in the Super Y-League ODP system?
1. Selection of players within the natural environment on their club teams within league play, as opposed to an open try-out system. Many players do not participate in the open-tryout ODP system operated by state associations. Some players do not react or perform well in an open tryout process.
2. Exposure to U.S. National Staff and Team Coaches.
3. Exposure to professional and collegiate scouts.
4. No cost to be scouted. The scouting system is built into league play and contains no ODP fees, other than those selected to the ODP Select Camps in January and February.

U12-U18 Player Cost: $400-$500 (TBD)

Cost Includes the Following:

  • Registration/Player Passes
  • Training Fees 2-3 nights of training
  • Coaching Fees
  • Referee Fees
  • Game Fees
  • 10-12 Matches (U12-U18 teams)  June-July
  • Possibly one or two summer tournaments

------DOES NOT include limited coach and player travel expenses or post-season play------

CUSA Crew SC will be forming the following teams:

U10/U11 Boys and Girls 2007/2008 birth years

U12/U13 Boys and Girls 2005/2006 birth years

U14/U15 Boys and Girls 2003/2004 birth years

U16/U19 Boys and Girls 1999/2002 birth years

What about conflicts with High School training and ODP? 

CUSA Crew SC is working in concert with Ohio South, ODP, and area high schools to eliminate conflicts wherever possible so players can participate in both ODP and High School training if they choose.  CUSA Crew SC intends to utilize only coaches with USSF "B" licensce or greater for the SUper Y teams with the intention that all training they will receive will exceed that available in any other existing program.  In addition the OSHAA 5 player rule does not apply during the Super Y season between June 1st and July 31st.

More detailed information on the Super Y league may be found here: 2017 Super Y League Overview

Super Y League Tryouts to begin February 10th

What is Super Y-League?:

Affiliated with US Soccer and partnered with US Club Soccer, the league is the Super Y-League is a USL run summer league designed for talented youth players destined for professional or international careers. Through Olympic Development (ODP) status programs and events such as the North American Finals and National ODP Camps, the nation’s top players are selected for US National Team Programs. The league is made up of a series of regional leagues within the framework of a North American league containing the top clubs and players from the United States and Canada.

Schedule:
The regular season will consist of 10-12 matches depending on the playing division and age group. The total point leader within the division will culminate the season with the Super Y-League North American Finals, which will consist of a minimum four games.

Super Y game locations and schedule announced
 
Our Super Y games will be played on the following five weekends; We will play 2 or 3 games each play weekend (and we may not play all five weekends.  One club from Columbus has just joined Super Y so we may have one game we play either here or in Columbus depending on how many teams they field for Super-Y.
 
Portage Soccer Complex/River Oaks - Portage/Kalamazoo Michigan
June 22-24
 
Portage Soccer Complex/River Oaks - Portage/Kalamazoo Michigan
July 6-8
 
Pacesetter Park – Toledo, OH
July 13-15
 
Total Sport Complex - detween Toledo and Detroit
July 20-22
 
Jr. Irish Airport Fields – South Bend, IN
July 27-29
 
Super Y Coaching Staff
 
Super Y teams will be coached by the highest licensed coaching staff that CUSA has, virtually all with A or B licenses.  This includes coaches like Wichert De Wit, Grant Knight, and Dave  Woeste.  We are in the process of recruiting some additional highly licensed coaches from outside the club to coach some of the Super Y teams
 
Super Y Alternates (training only)
 
We have had some requests by parents and players who would like to be able to attend the Super Y training sessions in June and July but are concerned that due to family vacation commitments and other summer-time activities they will not be able to make many of the games and could miss a number of training sessions as well.  We have decided to create a new category of Super-Y; called Super Y Alternates.  These players will be able to participate in the 20 sessions of Super Y training and may or may not be asked to guest play on an occasional league game.  Their player fees will be reduced to just $250 for the 8 week season.   Registration for these alternate categories is open now and can be found at SUPER-Y League Tryout Registration  If your player is not selected for a Super Y first team we may offer them one of these alternate positions which you may choose to accept (or not).  
 
Super Y team offers
 
Initial Super Y team offers and Alternate offers will be sent out by Monday, February 12th.  Accepting a Team offer will require a minimum deposit of $150. Three additional payments of $100 each will be due on the 25th day of March, April and May. Accepting an Alternate offer will require a minimum deposit of $100.  Three additional payments of $50 each will be due on the 25th day of March, April and May.  We have a couple age categories were we are still uncertain whether we will have deep enough player rosters to adequately field a high quality team for every game.  In those cases we may send out an email indicating we are deferring a decision on that age group until we see how many players sign up for supplemental tryouts over the next two weeks.  Super Y league team applications and initial league fees must be paid by that time so worst case if we do delay a decision we won't delay it beyond that point.

The Super Y-League North American Finals will be held in December at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL.

Super-Y Tryout Dates
 

Try-Outs  : February 10,11 @ Alumni Stadium 192 W Franklin St, Centerville, OH 45459 (behind Magsig Middle School)

Supplemental Tryout Date: February 24th 2018

What does the Super Y-League mean to player development at CUSA Crew SC?
This is all about what’s called "professionalizing" player development in the United States and Canada when it comes to the top-level youth players. It is about allowing the cream to rise to the top, thereby simplifying the process of identifying elite level players. It is about playing top-level soccer 12 months a year, with the spotlight on young players during the Super Y-League season. The focus is less than one percent of all youth players in the U.S. and Canada. Because of the elite level of play and the summer schedule we expect to field teams with significant representation from other clubs in Southwest Ohio. This league is absolutely "not for everyone", but adding it, on top of our recent NPL league entry. provides an MLS Academy, or near MLS Academy experience for top area players (and for both the boys and the girls) without having to leave the Dayton area. Together with the NPL teams we have recently added it rounds out our offerings for the most elite players in the area and helps continue to position CUSA Crew SC as one of the leading youth player development clubs in the Midwest.

What makes the Super Y-League different from what national youth governing associations, such as US Youth Soccer, are already providing on the local or regional level? 
The Super Y-League has teams that are much broader in geographical scope, and because of that, they play at a higher level. Even the current number of super leagues in the country is localized in terms of their members. The Super Y-League is organized on a divisional level, to include only the top teams within a limited geographical area.

Again, we would like to reiterate that the Super Y-League is designed specifically for the elite level player, a player that competes in a club that wants the extra five to ten percent that they can only get in the Super Y-League. Hence, the expanded roster sizes, no recruiting restrictions, and the club pass system. 

The Super Y-League ODP Philosophy: 
To identify players for U.S. National Team Programs, within their natural environment during competition on their club team during the Super Y-League season.

Purpose:
The Super Y-League ODP system began in 2003 to identify a pool of players in each age group of the league for identification to U.S. National Team Programs; and to utilize the clubs system in the United States to identify players. 

What are the Benefits of Participating in the Super Y-League ODP system?
1. Selection of players within the natural environment on their club teams within league play, as opposed to an open try-out system. Many players do not participate in the open-tryout ODP system operated by state associations. Some players do not react or perform well in an open tryout process.
2. Exposure to U.S. National Staff and Team Coaches.
3. Exposure to professional and collegiate scouts.
4. No cost to be scouted. The scouting system is built into league play and contains no ODP fees, other than those selected to the ODP Select Camps in January and February.

U12-U18 Player Cost: $400-$500 (TBD)

Cost Includes the Following:

  • Registration/Player Passes
  • Training Fees 2-3 nights of training
  • Coaching Fees
  • Referee Fees
  • Game Fees
  • 10-12 Matches (U12-U18 teams)  June-July
  • Possibly one or two summer tournaments

------DOES NOT include limited coach and player travel expenses or post-season play------

CUSA Crew SC will be forming the following teams:

U10/U11 Boys and Girls 2007/2008 birth years

U12/U13 Boys and Girls 2005/2006 birth years

U14/U15 Boys and Girls 2003/2004 birth years

U16/U19 Boys and Girls 1999/2002 birth years

What about conflicts with High School training and ODP? 

CUSA Crew SC is working in concert with Ohio South, ODP, and area high schools to eliminate conflicts wherever possible so players can participate in both ODP and High School training if they choose.  CUSA Crew SC intends to utilize only coaches with USSF "B" licensce or greater for the SUper Y teams with the intention that all training they will receive will exceed that available in any other existing program.  In addition the OSHAA 5 player rule does not apply during the Super Y season between June 1st and July 31st.

More detailed information on the Super Y league may be found here: 2017 Super Y League Overview

2017-18 Winter Futsal League Registration Open

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Join our Club! 2017-2018 Season Supplemental Tryout Schedule

2017-2018 Supplemental Tryouts

November 13th  Supplemental Tryouts ---  Prodigy Fitness, 235 S Pioneer Blvd, Springboro, OH 45066
5.30 - 6.30 PM: Boys 2009 & 2010’s playing up in U9
6.15 - 7.15 PM: Boys 2008 - U10
7.00 - 8.00 PM: Boys 2007 - U11
7.45 - 8.45 PM: Boys 2006 - U12

November 14th  Supplemental Tryouts ---  Alumni Stadium 192 W Franklin St, Centerville, OH 45459 (behind Magsig Middle School)

5.00 - 6.15 PM: Boys 2005 U13 & Girls 2005 & 2004 U13/U14
5.20 - 6.35 PM: Boys 2004 - U14
5:40 - 6.55 PM: Boys 2003 - U15
6.20 - 7.35 PM: Girls 2003 - U15
7.00 - 8.15 PM: Boys 2001 & 2002 U16/17
7.20 - 8.35 PM: Boys 1999 & 2000 U18/19
7.40 - 8.55 PM:
Girls 1999, 2000, 2001 & 2002 U16/U17/18/19

November 15th  Supplemental Tryouts ---  Prodigy Fitness, 235 S Pioneer Blvd, Springboro, OH 45066

5.30 - 6.30 PM: Boys & Girls 2010, 2011 & 2012’s U6-U8 Youth Academy
6.15 - 7.15 PM: Girls 2008 U10 & 2009 & 2010’s playing up in U9
7.00 - 8.00 PM: Girls 2007 - U11
7.45 - 8.45 PM: Girls 2006 - U12

November 16th  Supplemental Tryouts ---  Alumni Stadium 192 W Franklin St, Centerville, OH 45459 (behind Magsig Middle School)

5.00 - 6.15 PM: Boys 2005 U13 & Girls 2005 & 2004 U13/U14
5.20 - 6.35 PM: Boys 2004 - U14
5:40 - 6.55 PM: Boys 2003 - U15
6.20 - 7.35 PM: Girls 2003 - U15
7.00 - 8.15 PM: Boys 2001 & 2002 U16/17
7.20 - 8.35 PM: Boys 1999 & 2000 U18/19
7.40 - 8.55 PM:
Girls 1999, 2000, 2001 & 2002 U16/U17/18/19

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CUSA Crew SC Accepted Into the National Premier Leagues (NPL)

CUSA Crew SC (Centerville, Ohio) is proud to announce that the club has been accepted into the National Premier Leagues (NPL) for the 2017-2018 season. CUSA Crew SC will be playing in the Great Lakes Alliance division which includes Ohio, Western New York, and Western Pennsylvania.  NPL is a US Club Soccer league for U13-U19 teams that fosters growth and development of soccer clubs to create the best development environment for players of all ages.

“Entering the Great Lakes Alliance (NPL) league is a step in the right direction for our players. US Club Soccer and CUSA Crew SC have the same mission…long-term development of all players. As part of the National Premier League, our top teams from U13 to U19 will have the opportunity to play for a national championship through high-level league play. The NPL system is known nation-wide for their prestige and high competitive level. NPL will allow CUSA Crew SC players the opportunity to be seen by the US Soccer National Staff, provide access to the id2 National Player Identification Program, and invitations to showcase events,” said Director of Coaching, Wichert de Wit.

CUSA Crew SC Executive Director Steve Thomas said, “We are honored to have been selected to the NPL.  CUSA Crew SC will be a dedicated and strong contributing member of the NPL.  I know our boys and girls teams will grow and develop and represent not only Dayton but Ohio on a national platform. We look forward to the opportunities and challenges NPL will bring to CUSA Crew SC and look forward to our first games in the fall of 2017.”

The addition of CUSA Crew SC to the Great Lakes Alliance NPL is a collaboration that made sense, as both share common player development goals and vision. The NPL has been raising standards for youth soccer players across the nation since 2011, and the acceptance by US Club Soccer of CUSA Crew SC to the Great Lakes NPL is a recognition of the program’s growth and development in recent years.  The 2017-2018 season will mark a milestone for Dayton as CUSA Crew SC will be the first greater Miami Valley area soccer club to be accepted into the NPL.  This milestone not only ensures CUSA Crew SC as a premier soccer club but will highlight the talent in Dayton. 

Ed Bernstein, the Great Lakes Alliance League Executive Director, “We are very pleased to have an organization of the caliber and with a long storied history of CUSA Crew SC join our NPL league. As one of the oldest youth soccer clubs in the country with a very talented player development staff, they will be a great asset to the Great Lakes Alliance NPL league!” Bernstein added “The primary reason for creating the Great Lakes Alliance NPL is to produce a predictable and logical next-step environment focused on the players and their development. We are very excited about the new opportunities that the Great Lakes Alliance NPL creates for our clubs and their players.”

CUSA Crew SC will be holding informational meetings for prospective NPL players and parents in the East Commons at Centerville High School on Friday, April 14th, and Friday, April 21st, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

 

NPL Player Combines for prospective players and additional information sessions will be held on Friday, April 28th and Friday, May 12th (rain date May 19th) from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the CUSA shelter at Oak Grove Park at 1790 E. Social Row Road, Dayton, OH, 45458.  Registration information for the combines can be found at NPL Spring 2017 Combine Registration

For more information contact;

Wichert De Wit, Director of Coaching: 937-903-2522 wichert.dewit@cusasoccer.org

Steve Thomas, Executive Director: 937-776-5891  steve.thomas@cusasoccer.org

 

 

For a copy of this press release and more information regarding the NPL, please download the attached file.

 

For a copy of the NPL meeting slide deck, please download the attached file

 

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NPL Crossover Travel Weekend Pittsburgh PA: U13, U14, U15, Boys
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