If you are a coach, team, or other group interested in bringing a pre-made team to GLU, please contact Tom Wiseman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-726-7356.
If you are an individual player wanting to try out for one of our teams, register here: CLUB REGISTRATION LINK (you are not obligated to GLU if you register).
Our next tryouts will be:
Wednesday, June 6th, 2018
Saturday, June 9th, 2018
Deam Park, Sidney
** Open to all kids born from 2004-2011
Dress / What to bring:
·Dress in shorts / WHITE t-shirt / cleats / shin guards / ball / water
What to expect:
·Players will be put through several drills
·Coaches will be on-hand for feedback & instruction
·While the players scrimmage, there will be a Parent Info Session
·There is no fee or cost for these sessions and you only have to attend one session
·If you cannot make these dates, please contact Tom Wiseman to set up a make-up tryout
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Grand Lake United exists for the development of quality young people and competent soccer players, with an emphasis on instruction, skills-and-age-based coaching, and fun !!!All players, regardless of skill, experience, or school district will be considered.We develop every player, not just a select few.Players are given fair attention and playing time.We strive to achieve individual and team objectives while concentrating on the whole person.
WHY GRAND LAKE UNITED?
·GLU is the longest continuously running youth travel soccer club in Shelby County. And with our integration with local high school programs, players get exposure to high school coaches and their philosophies at a young age
·Affordable youth club soccer - young talent should not be "priced out" - youth soccer need not be "expensive"
·A great deal of autonomy for coaches and players to make their own choices – we believe in the Ohio South Youth Soccer Association’s “right to choose” philosophy
·Licensed and experienced coaches and trainers, who are focused on player development - we do not "load" teams in an attempt to collect trophies or make coaches look good - we want all players, regardless of school, experience, or talent to come to tryouts
·Non-profit structure, enabling the club to focus on players as people, not just a profit center or “number” - youth sports should not be about money
·We focus on fair attention to ALL players and teams, as well as the development of ALL players and teams