We will have competitive teams to accommodate all players (boys and girls) born between 1999 (HS Seniors) and 2003 (8th graders). If you are interested in playing, please plan on attending some or all of the following events.
Specifically we intend on having the following teams:
BOYS: U15 Boys (2003s), U16 Boys (2002s), U17 Boys (2001s), U18 Boys (2000s), U19 Boys (1999s)
GIRLS: U15 Girls (2003s), U16 Girls (2002s), U17 Girls (2001s), U19 Girls (2000/1999s)
U15-U19 GIRLS: 4-5:30pm BOTH DAYS
U15-U19 BOYS: 5:30-7pm BOTH DAYS
NOTE: For those players still playing the the OSAA State Tournament during these dates please contact DOC, Logan Hoffman, to schedule a tryout for the following weekend.
All players are welcome at our Fall Friendly Kick-Arounds as a way to get to know the staff, coaches, and fellow players. Additionally if requested these may be used as an opportunity to evaluate you for team placement. There is no cost to attend.
Sunday, Oct. 8 3-4:30pm - Girls; 4:30-6pm Boys @ LBCC
Sunday, Oct. 15 3-4:30pm - Girls; 4:30-6pm Boys @ South Albany High School
Sunday, Oct. 22 3-4:30pm - Girls; 4:30-6pm Boys @ South Albany High School
Sunday, Oct. 29 4-5:30pm - Girls; 5:30-7pm Boys @ South Albany High School
TFA Willamette is a 501(c)(3) non-profit youth soccer organization. Our membership includes youth from Albany, Oregon and surrounding communities in Linn, Benton, Marion, and Lane counties. Our members come from all socio-economic backgrounds, and we embrace high levels of diversity within our club community.
TFA Willamette is the only full service youth soccer club in Albany, Oregon and the greater Willamette Valley that utilizes an integrated club model which requires the use of standardized curriculums, coaching methodologies, and a style of play, "total futbol", that emphasizes purposeful possession. This creates a clear path and progression for all of our players from 5 years old through to our high school-aged and senior-level teams.
These curriculums and methodologies also happen to be time-tested and proven at La Masia, Barcelona FC's world renowned youth soccer academy in Spain, and set the standard for both child development and player development.