OGDEN, Utah - Ogden City S.C. is pleased to announce its open tryout for the 2019 USL League Two season. OCSC will host two weekends of tryouts. The first open tryout will be held on the weekend of December 21st and the second open tryout will be held on the weekend of December 28th.
Weekend one will be held from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. on December 21st and from 9 a.m - 11 a.m on December 22nd at La Roca Park in South Weber, UT.
Weekend two will be held from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. on December 28th and from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. on December 29th at Wolverine Training Dome in Vineyard, UT.
La Roca Park is located at 128 E. South Weber Drive in South Weber.
(As you travel to La Roca Park, please avoid cutting through the neighborhood to the east of the complex. If you use I-84 and the Adams Parkway exit to get to La Roca Park, please do not use 6650 South to get to South Weber Drive. Instead, stay on southbound 475 East until it ends at South Weber Drive. We realize that many navigational systems direct you to turn on 6650 South, but South Weber City has specifically asked that the soccer traffic does not cut through that neighborhood. Thank you for helping us keep our promise to our new neighbors.)
Wolverine Training Center is located at 600 Mill Road in Vineyard.
All players will be required to register and pay a $60 tryout fee per weekend. For players interested in attending tryouts both weekends, the fee will be $100. Players must pre-register. NO walk-ups will be allowed to participate. The fee will cover an Ogden City S.C. tryout t-shirt as well as any supplemental or invite training sessions. There will be an additional invite only event held in the spring.
To register, please CLICK HERE.
Additionally, all players are required to bring the completed waiver form to the tryout:
REGISTRATION FORM (Click Here)
For more information please contact Head Coach, Eric Landon at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ogden City SC and UYSA:
Ogden City S.C., Utah’s only USL League Two club, will play a 14-game schedule between the months of May-August. The PDL is the top supplier of talent for professional soccer in North America. 2019 will be Ogden City S.C.’s second year in the league. The team finished the 2018 season 3-8-3.
UYSA is the owner and operator of Ogden City SC. Founded in 1977, Utah Youth Soccer Association is the state's largest soccer organization. It serves as the governing body for youth soccer in Utah on behalf of the United States Soccer Federation. Utah Youth Soccer Association has a 40-year tradition of serving Utah's youth soccer players. UYSA has formed partnerships with local organizations, as well as counties, cities, towns, and school districts.
About USL League Two:
The top U23 men’s league in North America, the USL League Two is the destination league for college-aged players to continue their development toward the professional ranks with clubs from across North America not only competing for a championship each summer, but also providing the opportunity for top-level competition for the best players in the college ranks. In addition to league play, PDL teams compete in various exhibitions as well as the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Nearly 70 percent of all MLS SuperDraft selections since 2010 have PDL experience, including a total of 59 alums chosen in 2017. Among the many players to have played in the PDL before making their professional debuts include Newcastle United FC defender DeAndre Yedlin, 2017 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Tim Melia, 2017 MLS Defender of the Year Ike Opara and U.S. Men’s National Team members such as Darlington Nagbe, Brad Guzan, Geoff Cameron and Tim Ream.