WELCOME to ZIONSVILLE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION Founded in

WELCOME to ZIONSVILLE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION Founded in

WELCOME to ZIONSVILLE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION Founded in 1979 INTROS STRUCTURE, PHILOSOPHY, & TRYOUT PROCESS MISSION of ZYSA

To allow all to develop, grow and excel as a player and as a person through the pursuit of excellence at all levels of youth soccer. ZYSA CULTURE & IDENTITY ZYSA strives to be a collective, humble, professional organization that plays an attractive style of soccer. Our players will be free to think and make mistakes, technically sound, versatile, confident, and creative in playing both sides of the ball. Our teams will compete with grit, understanding, and

industriousness. We will foster an environment that produces an intrinsic desire to always want to compete to the best of ability while having fun as part of a team in best representing ZYSA. PHILOSOPHY of ZYSA ZYSAs philosophy is centered upon a players long-term development that is focused on the technical, tactical, psychological, and physical elements of soccer. ZYSA is committed to providing appropriate, challenging, and positive development opportunities for all players and safe, fun, and family-friendly experiences for players and families.

From the introduction to soccer in Rec, to the technically focused development in the Academy, to the tactical development of Travel programs; the ZYSA player development curriculum is based upon each phase of player development progressing from season to season. ZYSA believes the commitment and focus on long-term player development is the key to building the skills and confidence allowing players to unlock their full soccer potential. EVERYONE SAYS THATWHY ZYSA? HOLISTIC APPROACH TO EDUCATING;

ORIGINAL, PROGRESSIVE PLAYER DEVELOPMENT MODEL; LEADERSHIP & YOUNG COACHES PROGRAMS OFFERED; CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT & PSYCHOLOGICAL GROWTH; VIDEO ANALYSIS & CLASSROOM LEARNING; EVERYONE IN CLUB MOVING SAME FORWARD DIRECTION; UNIQUE SUPPLEMENTAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES; ACADEMIC & COLLEGIATE RECRUITMENT SUPPORT; MULTIPLE PLAYING LEVELS OFFERED (THROUGH ADULT). COACHING & PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

PHILOSOPHY LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT MODEL PROGRESSIVE AGE GROUP SPECIFIC ONE ATTACK SESSION EACH WEEK, ONE DEFENSE SESSION EACH WEEK, ONE FINISHING SESSION EACH WEEK ALL SESSIONS GO TO GOAL SESSIONS BUILD, ARE SIMILAR, & CO-EXIST SET PIECE / DEAD BALL REPS EACH WEEK POOLED SESSIONS

PERIODIZATION CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT CLASSROOM VIDEO TO SUPPLEMENT CURRICULUM VIDEO CLASSROOM LEARNING SESSIONS LEADERSHIP COURSE WORK & GUIDANCE ENGAGING SUPPLEMENTAL OFFERINGS PLAYING PLATFORMS OFFERED RECREATIONAL & REC TRAVEL

SOCCER RECREATIONAL SOCCER at ZYSA Our Rec program at ZYSA is open to U5 U10 boys and girls. All rec teams train once per week (at ZYSA fields). All sessions are an hour in length. Rec teams compete in-house at ZYSA within an eight game schedule. RECREATIONAL TRAVEL SOCCER at ZYSA Our Rec+ program at ZYSA is open to U11 U12 boys, and U13+ boys and girls. There are co-ed teams within our Rec+ platform. Teams could train up to twice each week (at ZYSA fields). All sessions are an hour in length. Rec+ teams

compete in a 10 game schedule that includes some local travel. HOW TO JOIN RECREATIONAL & REC TRAVEL SOCCER There is no evaluation / tryout for our Rec or Rec Travel programming. If interested, please visit our REC SOCCER or REC TRAVEL tabs on our club website to be directed to the registration page. Teams are filled on a first come, first serve basis (and then we move to a wait list with registrations). Reserve your roster spot today!

www.zysa.org HOW TO JOIN THE U8 PATHWAY PROGRAM There is an evaluation / tryout for our Pathway Program. All interested players should pre-register through our website prior to the evaluation date. To register, click the PATHWAY TRYOUT (8u) page under the TRYOUTS tab on our website. Evaluation dates for the Pathway Program are: Tuesday May 23 & Wednesday May 24, 5:30-7P both nights.

www.zysa.org U9 & U10 ACADEMY TRAVEL Our Youth Travel Academy (u9 u10) will prepare our young soccer stars for the next stage of developmentthe Junior Travel Academy at u11 through professional coaching and implementation of age group specific curriculum that will create a sound foundational base for each player. To help teach players and parents about travel soccer and values of the game at an early age. Players will train twice each week (for 60M each session).

Players will play in a local academy league that will involve some light travel on the weekends. The Youth Travel Academy will compete in Socctoberfest (tourney) in the Fall season, and the Indiana Memorial Cup (tourney) in the Spring season. U11 U14 BOYS & GIRLS JUNIOR TRAVEL Our Junior Travel Academy is perfect for those players that are wanting to make a greater commitment to the game of soccer. Ranging from highly competitive teams to those easing into the more competitive travel side, we can provide an engaging and appropriate learning and growth environment for all players interested in

competing at this level. Typically at our U11 U12 ages, we field three teams in each age group. In the U13 U14 ages, we typically field two teams in each age group. All of our Junior Travel Academy teams train three times each week in the Fall and Spring seasons. The players train twice through the winter months. League and event placement is determined by Coach Ian (Boys DOC) or Coach Jonathan (Girls DOC) as applicable to each team. Our Green teams (formerly Select) typically involve more extensive state-wide and regional travel. Our White teams tend to include statewide travel, with our Black and Silver teams rarely traveling beyond

U15 U19 BOYS & GIRLS SENIOR TRAVEL Our Senior Travel Academy is perfect for those players that are wanting to compete between their high school team seasons. In addition to player and team development, our approach with our older players is to best prepare the players to earn impact roles with their high school teams as well as inform and assist on the college recruitment process (for those that aspire to compete collegiately). We can provide an engaging and appropriate learning and growth environment for all players interested in competing at this level. Typically at our U15 U16 ages we field two teams in each age group. Our U17 and older teams typically have one roster for each age group.

Players begin training twice each week through the winter months, starting late October (at end of the fall high school season). All of our Senior Travel Academy teams train three times each week in the Spring season. League and event placement is determined by Coach Ian (Boys DOC) or Coach Jonathan (Girls DOC) as applicable to each team. Our Green teams (formerly Select) typically involve more extensive statewide and regional travel. Our White teams tend to include state-wide travel. FALL HIGH SCHOOL ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM Our girl's Fall HS Alternative Program is OPEN to ZYSA and nonZYSA players with a 2003 and older birth year (non-ZYSA players will be released back to their primary team / club in October).

The group will train twice each week through the fall season. Training will start mid-August and end early October (with all rostered players then being released to primary club teams). We will be applying to participate in the Midwest Fall Soccer League (MFSL), hosted by Ohio Elite. This is a competitive, selfschedule league that will consist of 6-8 matches through the fall season. The OP Invite is a likely event weekend opportunity to compete with some of our out of state opponents. HOW TO JOIN THE FALL HS ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM There is no evaluation / tryout for this team. Everyone that is wanting to compete, learn, and develop this fall prior to joining

primary club team roster in October (at the end of the high school season) will have the opportunity to do so. Rosters will be established late August after the pool of players has had time to train with each other. All interested players should plan to register by early June for this program offering. Online registration can be found by clicking the GIRLS HS ALTERNATIVE page under the TRYOUTS tab on our website. www.zysa.org TRYOUTS

TEAMS DEFINEDWHATS BEHIND THE NAME? GREEN TEAM (formerly Select) Our Green Team is our most competitive team in each age group, at every level. WHITE TEAM (formerly Green) BLACK TEAM (formerly White) SILVER TEAM STUDENT-ATHLETE EXPECTATIONS

Understand that you are making a commitment to a club, to a coach, and more importantly, to a TEAM. If you know your schedule will not allow you to be present, do not accept your bid. Do your bestalways. Take risks. AGE CHART Age Group 11 and Under 12 and Under

13 and Under 14 and Under 15 and Under 16 and Under 17 and Under 18 and Under 19 and Under Birth Year 2007 2006 2005

2004 2004 2002 2001 2000 1999 Format 9v9 9v9 11 v 11 11 v 11

11 v 11 11 v 11 11 v 11 11 v 11 11 v 11 U9 & U10 YOUTH ACADEMY TRAVEL TRYOUT DETAILS Academy Tryout Meeting: Thursday, May 25 at 7:00 p.m. (ZYSA Indoor Facility) Tryout Dates:

Tuesday, June 6 & Wednesday, June 7, 2017 Walk-in Registration: Available on tryout day, online registration is highly suggested) Tryout Times: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., with registration beginning at 5:00 U11 U19 JUNIOR & SENIOR TRAVEL TRYOUT DETAILS ZYSA Travel Information Meeting: Monday, June 5 at 7:00 p.m. (ZYSA Indoor Facility) Tryout Dates:

Monday , June 12 & Tuesday, June 13 Walk-in Registration: Available on tryout day, online registration is highly suggested) Tryout Times: Varies by age group. Registration is 30 min. prior to evaluation start time (for every age group) ONLINE REGISTRATION All players should pre-register online in advance of the first day of tryouts. If planning to compete

for ZYSA in the 2017 2018 club year, please register: http://www.zysa.org/tryouts CHECK-IN & EVALUATION DAY LOGISTICS All players should be pre-registered prior to tryout dates (to avoid large crowds and players being late to tryouts). Players need to check-in at the ZYSA Indoor Soccer Facility to collect their tryout number (please arrive at least 30 min. prior to start of evaluation time. Though pre-registration is strongly encouraged, walk-in registration will be held at the ZYSA Indoor Soccer Building.

Players will be escorted from the Indoor Soccer Building to (and from) their respective evaluation field by ZYSA support staff. In case of inclement weather, Wednesday June 14th will be used as an evaluation date. Parents are not allowed on fields while tryouts are being held. Players must be dropped-off and picked up at the ZYSA Indoor Soccer Facility. AGE GROUP EVALUATION TIMES for BOYS TRAVEL Registration will take place 30 minutes prior to the start of tryout. 1999 (19U): 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

2000 (18U ): 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. 2001 (17U): 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. 2002 (16U): 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. 2003 (15U): 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. 2004 (14U): 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 2005 (13U): 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 2006 (12U): 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. 2007 (11U): 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. AGE GROUP EVALUATION TIMES for GIRLS TRAVEL Registration will take place 30 minutes prior to the start of tryout.

1999 & 2000 (18U - 19U): 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. 2001 (17U): 9:45 - 11:00 a.m. 2002 (16U): 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. 2003 (15U): 2:15 - 3:30 p.m. 2004 (14U): 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. 2005 (13U): 4:45 - 6:00 p.m. 2006 (12U): 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. 2007 (11U): 4:45 - 6:00 p.m. CANT ATTEND TRYOUTS? All players, able to attend the evaluation dates or not, should pre-register for tryouts with ZYSA.

Within the online registration, families should note for the admin and DOC team at ZYSA of the fact the player will be absent from tryouts, and please provide reason (IE: vacation, camp, traveling, injured). For players that are currently with ZYSA, team placement will be based on observations made through this current club year. For players that are new to ZYSA, DOCs will likely need to arrange an alternative date and time to evaluate the player prior to extending a roster spot on one of our teams. PLAYING UP POLICY All players should plan to be evaluated within their own

age group on Day 1 of the ZYSA tryout. Should a player wish to be evaluated to play up, the family must express interest to the gender specific DOC in advance of the tryout dates. With permission, the child can be evaluated an age group up on Day 2 of the ZYSA tryout. As a general rule, players considered to play up must be identified as an impact player for older team (top third of team roster). We will always advise the best we see fit for each of our players. RECEIVING AN OFFER FROM

ZYSA Some players will receive an offer to join a team at ZYSA as early as 12:01 a.m. on the first day of tryouts; Players may receive a paper offer to join a team at ZYSA prior to leaving from their evaluation; All players receiving a paper offer will also receive a formal offer through email (that includes registration instructions); All offers extended to players are time sensitive. To ensure your childs roster spot with offered team, please register (by following instructions provided) within the time frame provided.

ACCEPTING AN OFFER FROM ZYSA All official offers will be sent through email. Some players will be receiving offers as early as 12:01 a.m. on the first day of tryouts. All offers are time sensitive. Failure to register and accept roster spot within time frame allotted could result in loss of roster spot. The emailed offer will include: Team Assignment along with a link to register for the ZYSA Academy/Travel program. The registration form will have fees required. A minimum payment of $200 (non-refundable) must be paid to secure roster spot. The form will also contain the ZYSA waiver and commitment

agreement. The players are then to reply to the original email with their confirmation registration number within the specified time frame from which the email was sent from ZYSA. POST TRYOUTS SUPPLEMENTAL TRYOUT SCHEDULE Registration will begin 30 min. prior to tryout times. Tryout Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 & Friday, June 16, 2017

Tryout Times: 11U/12U Boys and Girls - 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Tryout Times: 13U/14U Boys and Girls - 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Tryout Times: 15U - 19U Boys and Girls - 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. TEAM MEETING Each of our travel teams will meet as a group by the end of June. Meetings will be scheduled and communicated by each staff coach in advance of the meeting date. These 30 min. information meetings as specific to each team will be held within our Indoor Facility or

Clubhouse. Team expectations, vision, and plans (training, league, and events) will be discussed. Families will also leave with idea of team fees for the club year. GENERAL CLUB YEAR SCHEDULE FALL SEASON STARTS WEEK OF 8/7 FALL SEASON ENDS LATE OCTOBER FALL SEASON = THREE SESSIONS / WEEK WINTER SEASON STARTS IN NOVEMBER WE WILL TAKE TIME OFF FOR HOLIDAYS WE WILL PROVIDE TIME FOR REST BETWEEN SEASONS

WINTER SEASON = TWO SESSIONS / WEEK SPRING SEASON STARTS EARLY APRIL SPRING SEASON ENDS EARLY JUNE SPRING SEASON = THREE SESSIONS / WEEK PLAYER MOVEMENT The ZYSA DOCs will move your child if its necessary for his/her development at any time applicable. The June evaluation period should be considered a starting point for every one of our players. The ZYSA staff is constantly observing and discussing player development and progress.

Possible player movement (at any time) could include adjustments to the training environment, match opportunities, and / or adjustments to team rosters. CLUB CONTACTS DAN KAPSALIS DAVID COLLIER Boys & Girls Academy DOC Rec & Rec+ DOC [email protected] [email protected] IAN SCOTT

Boys Travel DOC [email protected] JONATHAN McCLURE Girls Travel DOC [email protected] PETER OSCANAILL Executive Director [email protected] ERIKA LEWIS

Club Administrator [email protected] QUESTIONS MEET & GREET WITH STAFF ZIONSVILLE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION Where Every

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