The PVUFC Competitive Program is for players ages U13-U19 who have completed our U11-U12 Juniors Program and for players seeking a competitive environment to continue their development.
The Competitive Program is designed to develop each players’ passion, skill, and level of competition, within a team environment.
Players are placed on a team at a level consistent with their ability and commitment, which will provide each player the proper environment to improve their soccer skills. Players and families are expected to be committed to their development, attending all their team events (training, league games & tournaments) including team training during the winter.
This program includes:
U13/U14 - 3 Seasons: Fall, Winter, and Summer.
U15-U19 - 2 Seasons: Winter, Summer
Tryouts in July
Winter Program is by sign-up and focuses on technical and decisions based development.
Team Training beginning in February
Families can choose to participate in 1, 2, or all 3 seasons.
Fall (U13 & U14 Only)
Tryouts are held the last week of July
The season runs from mid-August through the end of October
Training begins in mid-August with 2-3 training sessions per week.
Play in the TCSL league with games being played on the weekends
Teams can elect to participate in a local or out-of-town tournament
The number of players signed up for a particular age group determines the number of teams we try to field.
"Trapped" 8th graders are players who are in 8th grade but their birth year would have them be U15. These players are eligible to play U14 in the fall season and PVUFC will try to accommodate if roster space is available.
Teams formed during the July tryout period are formed for the Fall & Summer seasons.
Players wishing to participate in just one season (fall or summer) MUST tryout on the July dates. Efforts will be made to accommodate players who are wishing to play in only one season. You will be able to indicate this on the registration.
Open to all players ages U13-U19 and runs from November - January.
The winter program is designed to enhance and build the proper technical skills of the player using the age-appropriate curriculum from the PVUFC Player Development Curriculum.
Technical training led by PVUFC Senior Staff Coaches.
Teams may elect to conduct extra training sessions at an additional cost.
Teams may elect to participate in a winter league or tournaments at an additional cost.
League games run from April through July, primarily on weeknights
Tryouts are held in the last week of July.
Team indoor training begins in February with 2 practices per week.
Team outdoor training begins mid-April
TCSL league games begin in April and run through the middle of July.
Teams can elect to play in local and out-of-town tournaments.