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Scholarship Information

2019/2020 Financial Assistance Information

Players who have submitted complete applications, with the required financial documentation, will receive an email confirming the status of their application by Monday morning, June 10.

All scholarship recipients should plan to attend one of the two registration sessions -- by appointment -- to complete their scholarship contract and set up their payment plan.

  • Scholarship Registration Sessions - TBD
  • Appointments will be offered between 9am & 7pm 
  • Scheduling information will be provided in your acceptance email

Questions? Contact Shelley Gillwald at or 435.901.3715

*To view and print scholarship application, CLICK HERE 


Park City Soccer Club offers need-based scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 and, when necessary, provides assistance with the purchase of required uniform kits.  In addition to program fees and uniform costs, scholarship recipients may also qualify for assistance with tournament and ODP expenses, providing monthly balances are up-to-date and volunteer hours are completed.

  • Candidates must complete the Financial Assistance application by May 29, 2019

  • Previous-year recipients must complete a new application, with documentation, each year

  • PCSC does not offer full scholarships; all families are asked to cover a portion of the program fees, which may be paid in minimal payments over 10 months

  • Any previous-year account balance with PCSC must be paid in full to be considered for a
    new scholarship

The Scholarship Committee, which is comprised of at least 3 individuals, reviews scholarship applications.  Applicants will be informed of scholarship awards prior to registration and will be asked to sign a Financial Assistance Contract. Selection to a team is handled independent of the scholarship process; coaching staff is not aware of an application for a scholarship prior to tryouts.

Upon accepting a scholarship, athletes and families must agree to the following:

  • All statements in the scholarship application are truthful and accurate

  • Make an initial payment of at least $125 (UYSA fees) upon registration

  • Pay the monthly balance on time, according to the payment plan agreement

  • Have PCSC’s $200 family Volunteer Deposit rolled into their program fees, as part of their
    10 month payment plan

  • Provide 10 hours of volunteer service for Park City Soccer Club

  • Submit a Volunteer Reimbursement form upon completion of the required 10 hours, detailing their service; at this time, their account will be credited the $200 and their monthly payments will be adjusted

  • Forfeit their Volunteer Deposit if they do NOT complete 10 volunteer hours (or do not return their form), and may jeopardize opportunities for future scholarships

  • Abide by the Players’ and Parents’ Codes of Conduct (provided for review at registration);
    violation of these codes could result in the loss of the recipient’s scholarship

  • Remain committed to the team for the entire year; be present for Fall and Spring competition seasons, summer and winter training schedules, and team activities

  • Be responsive to communications from your Team Manager and Coach

  • Understand that the cost for replacing lost uniform pieces are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient; players receiving a full uniform kit from the club may be asked to return the kit if they depart from the Club unexpectedly

  • Should the recipient leave the Club, their name will not be released from the roster to play at another Club until balances are paid in full

Direct Questions to:  
Shelley Gillwald, PCSC Director,  435.901.3715 or

In Spanish to:        
Carmela Foote, 801.910.7337 or