15U (2005) Off-Season League / Classic Boys

2019/2020 Season

What is OSL?

OSL is a competitive training opportunity for players born in 2005 and provides development to those who's season does not begin until the Spring. When the US Soccer Federation implemented age groups by birth year, the 15U age division comprised of 8th & 9th grade players created a gap. This means some 15U players do not have a club season or school team to play on during the fall season, while others do. OSL was created to provide 15U players an opportunity to focus on their training and development heading into the Spring season, rather than miss out on a fall soccer season. Players born in 2004 have also been permitted to participate.

Who can participate?

OSL is open to any players that are born in 2005 or 2004 and slated to play Classic soccer with Wake FC in the spring. There is no additional tryout required to participate in OSL and the registration link will be available on our website. There is a participation fee.

Trainings will start the week of September 3. As a club, we understand that High School soccer is very important for our boys and it will not be an issue if players miss OSL practice at times.

We are very excited about OSL as we had great results with last year's participation. It is a great opportunity for the players to start practicing with some of their future teammates and also start to understand how our coaches want them to train and play. We will emphasize technical training throughout the programs duration as to help the individual improve as much as possible before the spring.

OSL Details

The cost to participate is $225. Sessions will begin week of September 3 and run three nights a week through November 3. (Older boys team trainings will begin thereafter). Coach Hernan Mogollon will be in charge of coaching sessions and other staff/directors will assist when needed.

Please contact Kyle.Dickerson@WakeFC.com if additional information is needed.

15U Off Season Program
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