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U18 - THE BLUES

Players Born Between 2000 – 2001

Practice 9-12 times a month at Russell Park

5901 E Russell Rd
Henderson, NV 89011
United States

Monday – Wednesday & Friday (in 2019)

and Heritage Soccer Park

350 S Racetrack Rd, Henderson, NV 89015

Tuesday & Thursday (just 2018)

U16 - THE COYOTES

Players Born Between 2002 – 2003

Practice 8-10 times a month at Russell Park

5901 E Russell Rd
Henderson, NV 89011
United States

Monday – Wednesday & Friday (in 2019)

and Heritage Soccer Park

350 S Racetrack Rd, Henderson, NV 89015

Tuesday & Thursday (just 2018)

U11 - THE SILVER BULLS

Players Born Between 2007 – 2010

Practice 8-10 times a month at Russell Park

5901 E Russell Rd
Henderson, NV 89011
United States

Monday – Wednesday & Friday (in 2019)

 

Program Specs:

  • Two Hour Sessions
  • Academy Licensed Coaches
  • Scrimmage Games Every Week (when championship or tournaments are not available)
  • Two-Three Days Per Week Training Sessions
  • Mandatory Attendance
  • Attitude and Dedication 100%

FAQ?

When are tryouts?

Tryouts for U12, U13, U14, U15 are held mid to late May. Currently we do not hold tryouts for the U17 and U19 teams. If you are interested in RSA tryouts, trial, or wish to be contacted when tryout information is released, please email office@rsalv.com 

Can I play for the RSA and play other sports?

Players on RSA teams can play other sports only if 

1) they play on a U12 or U13 team, 

2) they get prior permission from their Coach and Academy Director, and 

3) it does not interfere with RSA trainings or games. 

Players who play other sports must do so knowing that playing for the RSA is a significant commitment and that the RSA will come first over other extracurricular priorities. U19, U17, and U15 RSA players are not allowed to play other sports.

What is a Part-Time Player?

A Part-Time Player (PT) is a player who is not a full-time rostered player but is allowed to train full time and be called into the game day roster for select league or tournament games. A PT is allowed to play for an affiliate team (see the Sporting Club Network Academy Affiliate webpage for more information) to continue their development and get an appropriate amount of competitive games. In the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, PTs are allowed to play in twelve league games. Lastly, PTs may become full-time rostered players at any time during the season.

What leagues do the RSA teams play in?

The RSA teams play in various leagues depending on their age.

I am from a different country. Can I still play for RSA?

You do not have to be a USA citizen to play for a RSA team. However, non-USA citizens must have their appropriate Visa completed and approved to be eligible to play on a RSA team. International players must also be eligible for an ITC transfer if under 18 years old. 

Am I required to live in HENDERSON,NV to play for the RSA?

A majority of our players live within 45 minutes of our training facility, however there are also players who live in a 3-4 hour radius that commit to driving the distance each day to training.

How much does it cost to play for the RSA?

The RSA is a strong opponent of pay to play models and does its best to reduce costs for players to play at a high level of soccer. While all RSA players are required to pay a registration membership fee they do not have to pay costs associated to coaching, facilities, equipment, league games and referee fees, etc. 

 

 

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