GOSA is partners with USA Club, Stetson SC, SAY & Professional clubs from Europe. GOSA’s Premier Academy participates in these soccer events and more.
College ID & Professional Camps
International Tournaments – Mexico, South America & Europe
The Premier Academy program is an essential factor in our clubs growing success. It provides us with the opportunity to compete at the state level. As coaches and educators, we are aware of the importance in continuing a solid foundation for all our young players that are looking for a higher commitment to the game of soccer.
All players are required to attend a minimum of two to three soccer practices per week.
To be a part of this program, every player goes through an annual tryout process in the month of April/May for the following annual season. Players are selected onto teams based on their appropriate skill level and in some instances are double rostered onto teams within their appropriate age groups to accommodate the growth of development. Our goal in this process is not turn away any child that is willing to be a part of this program. As we have our Skill development Program for those players that do not make a team.
All the training is done by our Professional Training staff.
Each team will be assigned a professional trainer, however our Academy program is design to train physical, technical, tactical, and psychological aspect of the game of soccer. Therefore there will be more than one trainer impacting each player’s development.
Teams will be formed in accordance to the player’s talent and soccer skills rather than age and size. GOSA believes players develop at a different paste; therefore they will be placed where they can perform and compete following FYSA rules and any governing soccer entity.
Leagues & Tournaments
The Premier teams participate in the State Cup, Presidents Cup, Commissioners Cup, Local, State and Country wide Tournaments, FSPL, GCF, International Tournaments including Mexico, South America & Europe.
|Uniform||Click Here (Mandatory for ALL team players)|
|Tryouts||May 7th – 10th (Click here for more information)|
|Premier Season Begins/Ends||AUGUST/MAY|
|Practice Times||SEE TEAM MANAGER|
|Practice Frequency||2-3 SESSIONS PER WEEK|
|Mid-Year Break||JUNE/JULY, DEC 23-28|
|Tournaments||SEE TEAM MANAGER|
|Team Fees||SEE TEAM MANAGER|
The table below is for illustration purposes in helping understand who is responsible for paying what expenses.
|FYSA & US Club player registration & insurance|
|Got soccer program registration fees|
|Coaching salary & Coaching uniforms|
|Primary League* registration (Fall & Spring)|
|Primary League* game officials & referees (Fall & Spring)|
|Primary League* game assignment fees (Fall & Spring)|
|State, Presidents or Commissioner Cup entry fees|
|Field rental expenses|
|Field equipment (nets, goals, training aids, etc.)|
|Coaches per diem (Traveling 35 miles or more)|
|Player training and game uniforms|
|Additional league fees (scrimmage referee fees, travel costs, additional player pass fees if needed, etc)|
|Tournaments – all fees associated with tournament participation|
|Travel – all costs associated with team travel to include gas, rental vehicles, flights, etc.|
|Team parties and off season practices/scrimmages|