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Joining PCSC


Player Placements for the 2020.21 Soccer Year are currently scheduled for late May 2020. Placement dates are set by the Utah Youth Soccer Association, therefore these dates are subject to change based on the delayed Spring League Game Season.

Placements are scheduled at Trailside Park starting late afternoon:
Players Birth Years 2014 - 2011       
     May 18 & 19
Players Birth Years 2010 - 2002       
     May 26 & 27*
     * Rain date:  May 28

Detailed information and links for 2020.21 soccer will be available in mid-to late April, with registration for placements opening May 1.

What happens if my player misses tryouts?

Park City Soccer Club accepts qualified players to its competitive teams on a rolling basis provided the player possesses the necessary skill level and there are open spots on the roster. PCSC does not hold spots over qualified players in attendance at placements for those moving to town at a future date.

It is the policy of PCSC to place players on teams based on their birth year; in rare instances players may be invited to "play up" with an older group.

PCSC's Program Year, dictated by Utah Youth Soccer Association, runs June 1 - May 31.  Player Placement is held each year during the last two weeks of May.  If you player is in Park City during the tryout window, but must miss their age-specific time slot, please contact PCSC Technical Director, Eli Ulvi, at to arrange another opportunity.

To inquire about joining PCSC outside of the Player Placement window:

1. Contact Eli Ulvi, PCSC Technical Director  or 907.748.5075

     - Eli will provide an overview of club soccer, discuss required  commitment, and explain the annual calendar
     - Eli will discuss the level of play available at PCSC based on the player's age
    - Eli will connect the prospective player with the appropriate coach

2. Player will be invited to attend one or more training sessions with the prospective team 
- Either the coach or the team manager will invite the player
   out to the team's next training session
     - The player should come ready to participate in training 
   clothes with cleats, shin guards, a ball and water

3. Player evaluation  
     - After participating in a training session or two, the coach will provide feedback, which may or may not result in an invitation to join Park City Soccer Club

4. Invitation to join Park City Soccer Club
- Should the coach extend an offer for the player to join his or her team, the next step will be a Welcome Letter with registration instructions sent from the PCSC Registrar
     - The letter will contain a series of step-by-step instructions to:
             - Set up an account and pay through the Affinity registration system for PCSC and UYSA fees
            - Set up an account in SportEngine, PCSC's communication, app and calendar system; this will connect the player with the coach, manager and team's schedule, as well as important Club announcements
           - Contact Uniform Coordinator, Melissa Allen, to secure a uniform number and instructions to order / purchase the player's kit. Please note, depending on the season it may take 2 - 4 weeks for a uniform to arrive from Soccer.Com.