About Our Tryouts
Our Annual OPEN Tryouts fo rthe 2014-15 Soccer Year will be held in early Spring. Please sign up here to receive updates and information regarding our tryouts. If you would like to attend a team's practice prior to tryouts, or inquire about possible roster openings, please contact our DOC for more information.
Our "OPEN" tryouts are held in April and early May for the following Soccer year, which begins in August. The year-long soccer season for Travel begins in August and ends in June, with a short Winter break after the Fall season.
Players will be required to register for our tryouts online, or parents can email us to register your child the day of tryouts. Players attempting to register at the fields must show up at least 30 minutes prior to the tryout, and are not guaranteed a spot at tryouts. The online process is highly encouraged, and will streamline your experience.
The tryouts are typically 2 evenings of 1.5 hour sessions in the same week, consisting of individual exercises, small sided games and scrimmages.
2013-14 BUSC Tryout Schedules Posted HERE*
Do you need to register or sign up for tryouts?
Yes, please use this registration link, which is a simple form to fill out online. The form can be found on the "Registration and HOME Pages" as well as above
What if we are away or unavailable for our selected dates?
Contact our Director of Coaching for special circumstances
What are the age brackets?
Be sure to choose your age bracket for the Fall
Click here for the current EPYSA Age Brackets You should register for the next year's brackets.
Is there a fee to try out?
No, there are no fees associated with tryouts. Money is due to confirm your child’s commitment once they have been offered a spot on the team.
Who tries out?
All existing BU players must be evaluated each year, along with any new players wishing to play on a BU team.
What is a typical tryout like?
Players will typically scrimmage and play small-sided games while evaluators and coaches observe.
How long will try outs be?
Players are evaluated on 2 separate nights, typically 1.5 hours long
What should a player bring to tryouts?
Bring a water bottle, wear shin guards, and bring a pumped-correct size ball
We are new to Travel, could we still register and play Intramurals?
Yes, typically your practices for the Fall season start up in August, so you can get a full season in with Recreational Soccer.
Can parents stay and watch the try outs?
Absolutely! But we do ask that you stay invisible, no cheering or coaching from the sidelines. Our Director of Coaching, or the age group coaches will address the parents at the conclusion of the tryout session.