2022-2023 Travel Tryout Schedule
Registration to tryout for the following teams is open now, and free!
Anyone who missed tryouts can still register and email Office@DelawareSoccerClub.com to let us know you're interested!
All those listed below follow the schedule:
Girls - 5:30 - 6:30pm
Boys - 6:30 - 7:30pm
All players born 2015: Mon, June 27 at Point of the Meadow
All players born 2014: Weds, June 29 at Point of the Meadow
All players born 2013: Tues, June 28 at Point of the Meadow
All players born 2012: Mon, June 20 at Point of the Meadow
All players born 2011: Thursday, June 23 at EVCS-Hertel
All players born 2010: Thursday, June 30 at EVCS-Hertel
All players born 2009: Girls: Tuesday, July 12 at Rumsey Field: 6:30-7:30pm
Boys: Thursday, July 7 at EVCS-Hertel: 6:30-7:30pm
All players born 2008: Girls: Tuesday, July 12 at Rumsey Field: 6:30-7:30pm
Boys*: Thursday, July 7 at EVCS-Hertel: 6:30-7:30pm
*Note: this is for boys not interested/invited to the BU15 Premier Team
All players born 2007: Girls: Thursday, July 9 at Point of the Meadow (10:00-11:00am). The 2007 Girls Fury Team will compete in the NYSW Champions League.
Boys: Tryouts passed, but email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested
-BU15 Premier Team (boys born 2008/younger):
Wednesday, June 15, 5:30-7:00pm. Nardin Community Athletic Complex.
This is for highly-committed, high-level players to compete in the Thruway League, Winter Leagues, multiple high-level summer tournaments, etc.
-BU16 Premier Team (boys born 2007/younger):
-Monday, June 13, 5:30-7:00pm. Nardin Community Athletic Complex.
This is for highly-committed, high-level players to compete in the Great Lakes Alliance League, State Cup, Winter Leagues, multiple high-level summer tournaments, etc.
Details for older age groups will be announced soon!
Anyone unable to attend (or arrive late), please register online! You can include a note during registration to let us know.
Tryout Information and Program Summary
Reminder - there is no fee to try out. Invitations to join the program will be emailed in the weeks following the tryout, with practices scheduled to begin in November. Families will be asked to submit a non-refundable $175 deposit upon acceptance of their invitation to secure the player's roster spot, followed by a $73 monthly payment, Nov.- June. Some older teams may elect to practice just once per week, or start later, which would lower the overall cost. Those determinations will be announced as soon as they are finalized. Otherwise, all teams are provided with the following:
Note: The uniform will be an additional cost of around $75 for two jerseys, shorts and socks. Families must order these through our apparel provider via the DSC Uniforms/Gear link at the top of the page. Teams have the option to join an indoor league during the winter and/or compete in additional outdoor tournaments at an additional cost. Families are also responsible for all travel, lodging and food costs. Financial aid is available to those demonstrating the greatest need.
Additional Travel Programs details can be found on the DSC Travel Program Webpage.
All teams receive age appropriate professional - level coaching from the highly qualified DSC technical staff at every indoor session along with close guidance and direction throughout the spring and summer alongside the volunteer coach.
Meet the DSC Travel Coaching Staff:
Asani Samuels - Samuels' background includes four years of Division I soccer, including three Regional All-American Honors and the Canisius Male Athlete of the Year Award. He competed for multiple years of professional soccer, earning the USL Finals MVP Award after leading the Rochester Rhinos to the 2015 USL Championship. He has coached many different levels at various clubs and has been a valuable presence on the DSC sidelines for more than six years.
Jon Cary – A standout division I college soccer player for the Canisius College Golden Griffins and FC Buffalo who has garner multiple accolades during his career which includes 4 State Titles, 2 All State Selections and a key component in a defensive unit which ended his D1 career with school records in goals against and fewest goals allowed. Jon has been around Delaware Soccer Program for multiple years as he volunteered in college to lead several sessions. With his wealth of experience and his knowledge of the game, he will play a crucial role in or process of becoming an elite club.
A.C. Laflore – A lifelong soccer player from Syracuse, NY but found a home here in Buffalo after playing 4 years at Canisius College. A school psychologist that works to help students achieve their academic goals. With multiple years of experience Coach A.C. started coaching girls modified soccer at Cheektowaga-Sloan, then coached two successful years of JV boys soccer at Kenmore East. A defender through and through! he approaches the beautiful game with a defense comes first mindset, pushing our athletes to work hard and communicate with each other successfully. A stalwart in the Canisius College Men’s Soccer defense line that brought the program to new heights which includes multiple program records. He vouches to guide, teach, and challenge our teams to meet and exceed their goals.
Abby Pearson – A standout who has amassed multiple accolades at the collegiate and the professional level. The Dayton, Ohio native played professionally for the Dayton Dutch Lions of the USL W-League and won a conference title in 2013. Pearson then went on to the Cincinnati Sirens of the WPSL and PASL from 2015-19—won the PASL title in 2019. A former assistant coach for Bonaventure University and the current head coach for the D’Youville saints, she comes to us a wealth on knowledge both as a coach and as a player.