U15-U19 (2004-2008) Program
The program is aimed at the achievement of excellence, toward everyone playing their best, and further developing an appreciation for competition and sportsmanship. The U15-U19 program focuses on the development of individual players born 2004-2008 with an emphasis on:
Technical Skills and Body Mechanics
Tactical Knowledge and Decision Making
Preparation for High School and College Soccer
Teams hold formal tryouts for the each season in the first week of May with each age-group's tryout schedule including two days of observation. Players will receive their number and be divided up into cohorts where they will be evaluated by our coaching staff to assess your player's skills, decision making, physiological/psychological aspects of their play. Players will be notified following tryouts by our coaching staff if we think they will be a good fit on one of our teams.
Annual Membership (Summer, Fall & Spring)
Each Annual Programs begin with tryouts at the beginning of May (2023 dates coming soon!). Teams begin training mid-May, twice a week at Buckman Field Park.
During the Summer, teams practice twice a week at Buckman Field Park. Tournaments and jamborees in June, July, & August in the Portland Metro Area: Beaverton 4v4 (June), PCU Summer Classic (July), PCU Rose City Classic (August).
During the Fall, players have a Fall Break (August-November) from PCU practices and participate in their High School's programs.
During the Winter/Spring, teams practice twice a week at Buckman Field Park and participate in league and cup games on weekends in December, January, February, March & April in the Portland Metro Area. Players have the option to participate in PCU Winter Outdoor 7v7 League. Teams in this age-group take a Holiday Break (no training) from December 18 - January 2.
Summer-Only Membership (June-July)
This program is a great option for High School players who are looking to gain additional skills prior to their High School season, but are unable to commit to the year-long program. No tryout is required. Players will train with their respective age-group and if space is available, they can be added to summer tournament rosters.
Financial Aid: Payment plans and scholarships are available. Applications must be submitted within 3 days of being offered a spot on a team. Listed fees do not include uniforms and tournament fees.