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Our club's programs and community involvement are designed to facilitate the inclusive characteristics inherent in the game of soccer. We strive to provide opportunities for our players to develop and grow, not only as soccer players but also as positive role models within our communities. 

Building Community through the Game of Soccer. Our U11-14 Program  focuses on the soccer development of players born 2014-2011. Our quality, certified & licensed coaches provide players at all levels with the technical and life skills necessary to be successful in the game of soccer and their community. In general, we offer multiple levels of teams within each age-group, allowing players to compete at an appropriate level for their skill-set. Players have opportunities to travel out of state for tournaments, regionals and nationals, when applicable.   

  • Technical Skills and Body Mechanics

  • Tactical Knowledge and Decision Making

  • Teamwork and Competition

  • Discipline and Fun​​

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Summer Camp

Our Day-Camps are the perfect mix of sportsmanship, skill-building and most importantly - fun!  Whether your player is new to the game or an aspiring pro, our activities will keep them engaged, moving and social.  In our Skills camp, players will improve their speed, agility and tactical ability.  Our Advanced Camp offer intense technical and physical training to prepare older athletes for high school soccer tryouts and beyond.



May '24 - April '25 | $1795.00

Our U11-14 competitive teams hold formal tryouts in early-May where players are evaluated by our coaching staff to assess player's skills, decision making and physiological/psychological aspects of their play. Players who are offered spots begin training with teams mid-May. 

During the Summer, teams practice twice a  week at Buckman Field and participate in local tournaments in June, July and August. Travel tournaments to Seattle and San Fransisco are offered throughout the year, but are optional. In the Fall, teams continue practicing twice a  week at Buckman Field Park and play league games on weekends in September, October & November in the Portland Metro Area. Teams in this age-group are on Winter Break from mid-November to mid-January, but have the option to participate in PCU's Winter Outdoor 7v7 LeagueDuring the Spring, teams play league/cup games in February, March and April.


Goalkeeper Academy

Schedule Varies Seasonally | $25 per session

Our Goalkeeping Academy is open to non PCU-players born 2012-2004 and provides opportunities to work directly on keeper skills in a small group setting. All sessions are held at Buckman Field, are taught by our goalkeeping coaches, and players participating in this academy will train alongside PCU's goalkeepers. Players are welcome to attend as many sessions as they would like. 


Payment Options

 A $295 non-refundable deposit is required to accept your player's spot on a team following tryouts. Payment plans are available for the remaining balance (either 4 month or 8 month plan). Program fees do not include uniforms. They also do not include tournament fees (available during our Summer/Fall program for select age-groups, but optional).

Financial Aid Applications are available for qualifying families and must be submitted within three days of accepting your player's spot. Aid can cover up to 50% of your player's fees.

Refund Policy: We do not offer club refunds on player's tryout fee. If you decide that our program isn't the right fit, we will provide a refund (minus the $295 non-refundable deposit) if we are notified within 30 days of accepting your player's spot. We do not offer any club refunds after 30 days of accepting your player's spot. If transferring clubs, player cards will not be released unless your player's outstanding balance is paid in full. 

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