2014 Super Y League
Kingdom Teams play in the Midwest Division
|Saturday|| December 21
|16 girls||Chris Keenan||10:30-noon||Kingdom|
|17 girls||Chris Keenan||9:00-10:15am||Kingdom|
|12 boys||Dan Bulley||9:30-10:45 am||Kingdom|
|16 boys||Dan Bulley||11:00-12:15 pm||Kingdom|
|17 boys||Levi Butcher||11:00-12:15 pm||Black|
|12 girls||Nick Michaels||9:30-10:45 am||Black|
|13 girls||Cliff Brandmier||12:30-1:45 pm||Kingdom|
|14 girls||Cliff Brandmier||1:45-3:00 pm||Kingdom|
|15 girls||Levi Butcher||12:30-1:45 pm||Black|
|Sunday||January 5 ONLY|
|13 boys||Josh Ross||11:00-12:15 pm||Red|
|15 boys||Josh Ross||12:30-1:45 pm||Red|
|14 boys||Chad Wiseman|
To schedule a tryout
Register for Tryouts below.
Bring a birth certificate to tryouts or scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a note on which team the player is trying out for. (returning players from 2013 or current Kingdom players have BC on file and do not need to send in)
$349 to Kingdom to secure a roster spot. ($399 after February 1, 2014)
$70 for uniform - will be done online at Team Gazelle site in April (2 shirts, one short, 2 socks)
Kingdom is using the same kit as 2013, so if a player has one from last season, they do not need to order a new one.
$180 paid directly to the coach on June 1st, 2014.
$20 paid to manager June 1st, 2014, to cover fines, etc. that will be refunded at the end of the season if not needed.
No additional manager fees or costs unless the team makes the finals in Florida. No refunds once a player commits and pays the club fee.
The Super Y-League was formed by United Soccer Leagues (USL) in 1999 to address the need for a national youth league to further develop the upper percentage of youth soccer players throughout the United States. Instead of having talented players spread out among several local clubs and playing against each other in local leagues, the Super Y-League promotes bringing together the best possible players within each city to compete against teams of similar talent within their region in a home and away format.
Affiliated with US Soccer, the league is designed for talented youth players destined for professional or international careers. The league contains the youth academies of USL First Division, USL Second Division, Premier Development League, W-League, and Major League Soccer clubs, as well as many of the established premier youth clubs. Through Olympic Development Program status events such as the North American Finals and National ODP Camps, the nation’s top players are identified for selection to US National Team Programs.
Kalamazoo Kingdom joined Super Y-League in 2003 with 4 teams.