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Travel Soccer

YOUTH TRAVEL TEAMS (AGES 8 - 10)

All coaches in the Select and Elite levels are professionally licensed by either US Soccer Federation (USSF) or the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) and are paid.

This level plays year round and are typically off in November, December, and July.  The amount of travel is dependent on the age of the players and their level of play. Typically, you can anticipate 4-5 games away from Lawrence Soccer Complex per season, and most travel is in the greater Indianapolis area.  You also may attend 1-2 tournaments in the Fall and 1-2 tournaments in the Spring.  In most cases, only 2 of those tournaments will require overnight stays out of town.

JUNIOR TRAVEL TEAMS (AGES 11-14)

All coaches in the Select and Elite levels are professionally licensed by either US Soccer Federation (USSF) or the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) and are paid.

This level plays year round and are typically off in November, December, and July.  The amount of travel is dependent on the age of the players and their level of play. Typically, you can anticipate 4-5 games away from Lawrence Soccer Complex per season, and most travel is in the greater Indianapolis area.  You also may attend 1-2 tournaments in the Fall and 1-2 tournaments in the Spring.  In most cases, only 2 of those tournaments will require overnight stays out of town.

SENIOR TRAVEL TEAMS (AGES 15 - 19)

This excludes uniform and all travel expenses. All coaches in the Select and Elite levels are professionally licensed by either US Soccer Federation (USSF) or the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) and are paid.

The Senior Elite teams play November-June. The United and Select teams play January-June.  The amount of travel is dependent on the age of the players and their level of play. Typically, you can anticipate 4-5 games away from Lawrence Soccer Complex per season, and most travel is in the greater Indianapolis area.  You also may attend 1-2 tournaments in the Fall and 1-2 tournaments in the Spring.  In most cases, only 2 of those tournaments will require overnight stays out of town.