Welcome to Arlington Travel Soccer
Arlington Action (U13B), NCSL Div 4, 2004 State Cup, April 17, 2004
Arlington Travel Soccer Club (ATSC) is located in Arlington, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC. Our travel teams, boys and girls U9-U19, play in three leagues in the Washington, DC area: the National Capital Soccer League (NCSL), Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS), and the Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL). See our mission statement. ATSC is affiliated with the Arlington Soccer Association, which sponsors recreational soccer for U6-U19.
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Special tryouts for players born between August 1, 1993 and July 31, 1996
Parents and Players
FAQs, Tryouts, Schedules, Scholarships, Newsletter, Service
* * FAQs
We have FAQs
for new parents and players in our Parents
* * SCHOLARSHIPS
ATSC is strongly committed to ensuring that no player will be denied an opportunity to play travel soccer if the player's parents are unable to pay. To support our teams, ATSC provides scholarship support for teams with more than one scholarship player. Please help ATSC keep our scholarship fund strong by making a tax-deductible donation to the Klurfeld Travel Soccer Scholarship Fund
. Any amount, no matter how small, will make a difference to a talented player.
* * SERVICE
* * TOPSoccer
is a club in the Arlington Soccer Association for athletes with a mental or physical disability. ATSC teams and players are needed as volunteer soccer buddies to work with these athletes. For more information see the TOPSoccer page
Free goalie training
Mondays starting April 12 at Kenmore
ATSC is now offering free goalie training on Monday evenings starting April 12
. ATSC has entered the goalkeeper-training arena by hiring our very own goalie trainer. His name is Colin Lennon and he is an assistant and goalie coach at George Washington University. He has coached and played professionally for close to 10 years. Colin lives in Arlington and plays locally. See Keeper Training and Clinics
for more information.
Arlington Hosts Scrimmage Against Central Asian Soccer Players
Join us Tuesday, May 11 from 5:30-7:30 at Gunston field as players from Arlington's travel and recreational soccer teams scrimmage 18 players from four Central Asian countries as part of the Sister Cities Central Asian Friendship Tour.
Three, 30-minute scrimmages will see action from the U13 Dragons and U14 Warriors. Refreshments will be available, courtesy of the U12 Pride. Arlington is one of only four communities in the U.S. to be host to this group of 18 young men. Show your support for Arlington soccer by attending this special event.
ATSC Night at DC United Game May 15
New Secure Link Established to Purchase Tickets Online
As part of ATSC's increased commitment to DC United this year, we have agreed to purchase 50 tickets to the May 15 DC United game when they host the Kansas City Wizards at 7:30 pm. This is also ATSC night at RFK. The U12 Arlington Legend, as the first team to purchase 40 tickets, will be part of the team tunnel and greet the players.
Tickets for the Premium level will be $17.00. Each team should designate a person to collect money (make checks payable to DC United) and coordinate your team's request. That person should send everything to Nancy Etkin
, ATSC Executive Director, by May 1 so we have plenty of time to secure a good block of seats. Or use the following secure link, created by DC United just for ATSC Night at https://tickets.dcunited.com/index.cfm?code=PdLPEcpqy4
Let's plan to watch Freddy and his teammates as a Club, so join ATSC in this opportunity to show your support for DC United.
Arlington Player Development Program for Grades 1-4
U7s - U10s, Boys and Girls
A new, player development program open to all Arlington soccer players U7 - U10
will be offered this season. Sponsored by the Arlington Soccer Association, it will run April 19 through May 24, 2004. The program is managed by Andy Megas (Manager - ASA Civitan Soccer Club) and Grant Smith (ATSC Director of Coaching). Instruction is provided by Curt Onalfo Soccer trainers and age-appropriate ATSC coaches.
Support Arlington High School Soccer
Reduced Rates for Arlington Youth Players
The spring high school soccer season is underway. Come out to support your Arlington high school teams! This is a great chance to see good soccer close to home and get a glimpse of where Arlington's younger players will be in a few years. ATSC players pay reduced admission ($1.00) to home games when wearing ATSC uniform and accompanied by a paying adult.
Here is the schedule for the games between the three Arlington high schools:
April 15, Washington-Lee vs. Wakefield, Girls at Wakefield, Boys at Washington-Lee
May 4, Yorktown vs. Wakefield Girls, at Yorktown
May 7, Wakefield vs. Yorktown Boys, at Wakefield
May 11, Yorktown vs. Washington-Lee, Girls at Washington-Lee, Boys at Yorktown
Arlington Flash (U16G) selected to participate in the Mid-Atlantic Premier Soccer Summer Showcase League
League designed to showcase players to college coaches
The Arlington Flash (U16G),
WAGS Div. 1, has been selected to participate in the Mid-Atlantic Premier Soccer (MAPS) Summer Showcase League.
The Summer Showcase League brings together top teams from Rhode Island to Virginia for four weekends of tournament style play in June and July. The games take place at venues in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. In addition to top quality competition, the league is designed to showcase the players to college coaches. According to MAPS, over 300 college coaches registered for the showcase events held last year. Congratulations Flash!
Coaches, Trainers, Volunteers, Paid Positions
If you are a coach or trainer seeking a team, a team seeking a coach or trainer, or looking for volunteer or paid opportunities with ATSC, other Clubs or leagues, please see our Positions Available
County Board Approves North Tract Master Plan
On Saturday, February 21, the Arlington County Board unanimously approved the North Tract Concept Plan, paving the way for discussions on financing options and implementation strategies. The proposal called for a two-phased construction of a complex which would include four soccer fields, an aquatic and fitness center, bike paths and more passive areas for birders and train watchers.
Many summer camps recommended by ATSC coaches and managers are listed on the Summer Camps page.
If you don't see a camp listed that you recommend, please send the information about the camp to the ATSC Executive Director or the webmaster.
New Policy for Dynamic and Alternative Choice Uniforms
The recently approved uniform policy and revised unifom order form (pdf, 1 page) are now available. See the Uniform page for more information.
Arlington Soccer Magnets
Reminder - 15% Discount on Soccer Equipment
Soccer Kicks, in Arlington
New and Recently Updated
What's new at ATSC-va.org
- Added home page article: ATSC Night at DC United Game May 15
- Attention team managers and web volunteers: Added information about FREE telephone and in-person training in how to use the ATSC web site on the Managers - Logos and Web page.
- Added new infromation about the uniforms ATSC teams are using on thw Uniform page.
If you have any questions, suggestions or corrections, please contact the ATSC webmaster.
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