Southeast Soccer Club
Southeast Soccer is a premier traveling soccer club that focuses on developing the skills of young athletes. This community-oriented organization offers competitive youth soccer training. Its mission is to provide affordable youth soccer training and opportunities in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere. As a founding member of the United States Youth Soccer Association, Southeast has a strong commitment to the community and to developing local talent. It is dedicated to creating a positive environment for its members and its players.
The Southeast Soccer Club fields teams for youth in grades U9 through U19 and competes in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas. The spring/summer season is the club’s busiest season, but the club also offers futsal training and indoor soccer. The team plays games in the fall and spring seasons. The organization is affiliated with the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association and has a long history of producing quality players. As a result, it is one of the cheapest premier soccer clubs in the area.
The Southeast Soccer Club has five levels of youth travel soccer programs. The u9/U10 and u9/10 Select programs are run by licensed parent head coaches. The select programs are state sanctioned and trained by professional staff coaches. These teams compete against other clubs across California, and are also part of US Soccer’s Development Academy. The U23 Select program is a high level of travel soccer competition and is open to players age 13 and up.
After a certain deadline, players are “cup tied” to their team. In other words, a player cannot play for another team in the National Cup or a State Cup. After this deadline, the player is unable to transfer to another team. A soccer club’s Director of Coaching is usually the person who runs the club. A director of coaching can be a member or an independent coach. They will also determine the number of players on a roster and their starting positions.
If you have any questions about a coach’s performance, contact the Director of Coaching (DOC). If you are not happy with a coach, this is the best option. If the DOC is not satisfied with the coaching, the Executive Director is the next-to-go-place to address these concerns. If you have any suggestions, the DOC will be your first line of contact. If you have a complaint about the coaching staff, you should take it to the executive director and the team manager.
The CRL is the state cup for junior and senior teams. The tournament is open to all players. A coach is required to be licensed. A manager must have a license for his or her job. A player must also have a player card in order to play for a club. All these requirements are necessary in order for a club to be considered elite. However, if you are interested in coaching, you should contact the local USSF branch to learn more about the process.