Development Registrants (U7/U9)
Alliance & City Registrants (U11-U19)
Participants play once a week with one to two practices that players should commit to.
Generally, the Alliance League is designed for players who have a reasonable grasp of fundamental soccer skills and for those who consider soccer their main sport. The expected level of commitment in this league is that these players prioritize their SUSC Alliance commitments over other outside soccer/sport activities.
Participants play once a week with one-two practices that players should commit to. Players who register in Alliance league must attend an evaluation to see if the Alliance league is the right place for them, technically and social developmentally. In extenuating circumstances, players who cannot attend evaluations must contact SUSC prior to the evaluation date (TBA, early Sept).
The City League is designed for players for those who want to maintain a level of flexibility in their commitment to soccer or those who need time to develop, either technically, conceptually, or physically. It is also a suitable program for beginner players over the age of ten, where they can master the fundamentals before moving to a more demanding environment. Players who register for City will be invited to an optional team placement event in September.
Participants in all age groups play 7v7 format, approximately once a week, with a weekly optional practice. Players seeking more development will have the option to attend a skills training academy hosted by SUSC.
SUSC U13 Cup 2023 Outdoor Tournament
Join us at beautiful Newsham Fields on Father's Day Weekend for the SUSC U13 Cup Outdoor Tournament.