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TRYOUT INFORMATION for BOYS and GIRLS TEAMS

*Tryouts are subject to, and will follow, all restrictions/guidelines set forth by the City of Palo Alto, County of Santa Clara and the State of CA in regard to Covid-19
 
Welcome to our Stanford Soccer Club tryout information.
 
Stanford Soccer Club is a competitive youth soccer club serving Palo Alto and neighboring communities. Our teams compete in the Cal Soccer League (CCSL-CYSA) and NorCal Premier Soccer League across all competitive levels.
 
Stanford Soccer Club Tryouts for 2021 Spring/Fall Seasons
U8 - U14 Boys & Girls [2014 - 2008 birth year]
 
please register here:
Questions: tryouts@stanfordsoccerclub.org
U15 - U19 Boys & Girls [2007 - 2003 birth year]
 
please register here:
Questions: tryouts@stanfordsoccerclub.org
For more info, please contact tryouts@stanfordsoccerclub.org
 
 

** The window can be extended by the NorCal Board of Directors if deemed necessary

NorCal Code of Ethics "Recruiting" Definition (Updated May 2020)
Outside the NorCal Tryout Window: "Recruiting" refers to making any contact or communication with a player who is registered with another NorCal club, in which the player is asked or allowed to join a club, attend a tryout or club training session, or play or guest play for another club, without first receiving permission from the Director of Coaching of the player's club.
Inside the NorCal Tryout Window: "Recruiting" refers to making an initial or first contact or communication with a player who is registered with another NorCal club, in which the player is asked or allowed to join a club, attend a tryout or club training session, or guest play for another club, without first receiving permission from the Director of Coaching of the player's club.
Note: Players do not need DOC permission to contact other clubs during the Tryout Window, and Adult members are permitted to respond to such contacts during the Tryout Window, without requesting permission from the player's DOC.

All other NorCal Premier rules concerning recruiting, movement of players, and tryouts still apply. Clubs are expected to familiarize themselves with rules in the NorCal Code of Ethics & NorCal Handbook.