Tournament Standings

The tournament standings and results pages are getting a new look this year, and will be updated more routinely as the tournament progresses. The new standings page can be found at http://www.strongsvillesoccer.com/tournament-standings. The new results page can be found at http://www.strongsvillesoccer.com/shootout. For clarification about how the standings work, please refer to our tournament rules which can be found at http://www.strongsvillesoccer.com/tournament-rules.

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Travel Tryout Information

Strongsville travel soccer tryout information is now available! The tryout dates for all Boys & Girls in age groups U08 thru U14 will be:

Sunday, May 15th, 2016
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Further information can be found at http://www.strongsvillesoccer.com/node/53. Thank you!

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One of our referees who is also a U16 player was not able to locate her black Nike cushioned sandals after refereeing a game on Saturday, April 30th. She also is missing a glass and purple silicone Contigo water bottle with metal screw on cap and wristlet after setting it down near the U-12 B-team travel game on Sunday, May 1st. If found, please contact us via this website at http://www.strongsvillesoccer.com/contact, thank you!

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Footskills Spring 2016

This post is for those seeking more information regarding the Footskills session this Friday, April 22nd and Sunday, May 1st. Pre-registration is not required in order to participate in the Spring footskills sessions, just arrive ready to learn with water, your ball, and comfortable, soccer appropriate clothing. Eligible players must be U05 through U08, and both boys and girls are invited to participate. Both footskills sessions are scheduled to take place on Field #5, but please check the website before departure to ensure the field has not been changed due to weather. You may refer to the flyer below for quick reference. Thank you!

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Kick Diabetes 3v3 Tournament

U8 - U12 Girls, please join us for a 3v3 Tournament that benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease that strikes children and adults suddenly. It has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. You cannot prevent it—and there is currently no cure. Alexa Muth is a 9-year-old soccer player who battles on and off the field. She plays in the Strongsville Travel Program and the OP Fire Club while constantly checking her blood sugar level, relying on an insulin pump, and carefully monitoring her eating and activity—day and night, on and off the field.

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