Spring 2009 Travel Soccer
The travel program is looking for new players for a U15 Boys/Co-ed team.Tryouts will be held October 31s for field players from 1pm to 3pm and goal keepers from 3pm until 3:30 pm that afternoon. Download additional information here in PDF: U15 Travel Tryouts Spring 2009.
General InformationThe Danville Optimist Youth Soccer League (DOYSL) offers both boys & girls travel soccer programs. The goal for the teams in the program is to challenge the players with advanced training and allow them to experience a higher level of player development and competition.
Team DetailsTravel teams are expected to roster 11 to 13 players for U12 and younger teams (8v8 competition), and 14 to 16 players for U13 and older teams (11v11 competition). Boys teams will be playing in the Central Indiana Youth Soccer League (CIYSL - www.ciysl.org) and the girls teams will be playing in the Greater Indiana Regional League of Soccer (G.I.R.L.S - www.girlsinsoccer.com). Both of the leagues offer "B" (development), "A" (competitive), "AA" (highly competitive), and "AAA" (premier) levels of play. The level of play at which the team will compete will be determined after the tryouts and the teams have been formed.
**Double-rostering between Travel and Recreation Plus (Rec+) divsions is not allowed.
Tryout Equipment RequiredAll players are to bring cleats, shin-guards, eyewear restraints (if necessary), proper clothing for possible in-climate weather, plenty of water or sports drink, and a soccer ball (with the players' name on the ball) to the tryouts.
Anticipated Season Activities
Each each team will play 10 games of outdoor league play, and possibly select tournaments. While it is not known exactly what division that the teams will play in, the possible geographical range of the games may include: Speedway, Zionsville, Lafayette, Logansport, Kokomo, Muncie, New Castle, Shelbyville, Columbus, Seymour, Bloomington, Mooresville, and Terre Haute.
Player UniformsThe players will be expected to use the existing DOSYL uniforms for all games. Players that don't already have the uniform will have to purchase the uniform separately. There will not be an additional expense for home and away jerseys.
Participation CostThe per player cost (TBD) includes a full uniform and registration for one tournament.
Last Updated on Monday, 26 October 2009 11:08