Palm Beach Gardens Soccer - PBG Super Y League 2017

We are excited to continue our affiliation with the USL (United Soccer League) Super-Y League this summer. We strongly believe this will continue our development and progress for our players.

We will be forming 5 teams in total:

  • Boys team 1: 2004/05 players
  • Boys team 2: 2006/07 players
  • Girls team 1: 2002/03 players
  • Girls team 2: 2004/05 players
  • Girls team 3: 2006/07 players

REGISTER NOW – CLICK HERE

The boys head-coach will be Kris Steeves and girls head-coach will be Amy Vaughan and Hillary Carney. Additionally, we will have GK coaching staff and assistants with both teams, including DOC, Adam Gee.

Tryouts for PBG teams will be announced shortly. Information will be sent to current PBG families regarding the appropriate age group for the child in light of changes to age classification guidelines set out by U.S. Youth Soccer and U.S. Club Soccer.

Being a member of the USL Super-Y League is the further continuation of our clubs development and commitment to providing the very best opportunities for our players. The Super-Y league opportunity will elevate our coaching staff and players to a higher level of competition and games through the summer and the exposure through National finals.  We are excited to partner with USL and provide this next level for our community.

There will be training two days per week with games on the weekends. The sessions will include elite technical training and will focus on individual skill and technique.  This league is a great way to stay fit and sharpen your game during the summer. 

DETAILS:

  • $375 per player
  • 8 games schedule
  • Training. We will start training in May through August 13th
  • Games. Coordinating schedule for June 5th through August 13th
  • 2 game shirts per player.
  • The cost will be all-inclusive. There will be no additional fees for games, trainer expenses, referee fee’s etc.

The Super Y League started in 1999 and has grown to include over 100 clubs competing in regionalized divisions from the Midwest and Canada to the Southeast United States. It includes academy teams from Major League Soccer, United Soccer League and USL Premier Development League teams.