Registration is now open for the 2020/21 Wellesley Premier League Club season for players born in 2011!
The WPL 2011 program is for players born in 2011 who would like to play at a highly competitive league play level through weekend play in the Club Champions League New England (CCL NE) in the WPL Club program. Teams will train 2 times a week for an hour and 15 minutes and will play games on Sunday mornings.
WPL Club team signups are open to all players (although placement is not guaranteed.) A player is selected to a team based on a number of criteria including the player’s age, ability, previous WPL Club coach’s feedback and an assessment session, which will be communicated once we know when we can get back out on the field safely.
WPL CLUB 2011 Program Details:
Option 1 – Year Round - Fall, Winter and Spring
Option 2 – Fall and Spring
Sign up for Option 1 or Option 2 by registering here and click on ‘WPL Club’ before selecting your child’s birth year. Your child must be registered for WPL Club to attend the tryouts.
*In order to train with your team for the winter session, you must register for Option 1 -Year-Round.
We will continue to update our players and families on an anticipated date as the situation evolves and more information becomes available to us at both the state and local government levels and in compliance with US Soccer guidelines.
We appreciate your understanding in this matter as we work to ensure the safety and well-being of our players, parents and coaches. The health of our soccer community remains our highest priority.
Practice Schedule/Game Schedule:
The Fall season begins in early September (optional pre-season training to begin in late August) and goes until mid-November. Every WPL Club practice will be held on a Tuesday and Thursday evenings this Fall season and Monday and Wednesday evenings for the Spring season across the town of Wellesley. Games are played either home or away on Sundays in both the Fall and Spring. Each team will practice an hour and 15 minutes per session, 2 times a week. WPL Club players are expected to attend all team practices and games. Please note that players should be prepared to travel to various parts of MA, RI and CT for games. The winter sessions begin in January and goes through the month of March, information will be sent out later this year.
In 2020/21, WPL club teams will participate in a variety of local and regional tournaments. Teams may play 2-4 tournaments per year, depending upon the age group and competitive level of the team. Every WPL club player will be expected to participate in their team’s tournament.
*Coaches may enter individual team(s) in a one-time only specific tournament and/or participate in tournaments that are annual events or involve the entire club.
The number of teams formed in an age group will depend on the number of players who try out and their ability levels. Should their be a need for a second team, these teams are tiered (according to ability) as an ’A’ team and a ’B’ team.
Players are selected to the appropriate team based on a number of criteria including the player’s birth year, ability, previous WPL Club coach’s feedback and their tryout performance.
2011 Teams - 7 vs. 7 game format
IMPORTANT TO NOTE: In order to be eligible to play on a WPL club team, all players must participate in the 2 days of the WPL club program every week, as well as their town practice and game (WUSC in-town and Bays) and the WPL Club team Sunday game. If your son or daughter cannot make a consistent commitment to the WPL Club and Wellesley Town Soccer due to other conflicts or activities, then signing up for the WPL Club team would not be an appropriate option for your player.
Refund Policy: Full refund (less $30 admin fee) up to 24 hours after teams are announced, 50% refund up to Aug. 5, no refund after Aug. 5th. If a player is not placed on a team a full refund will be issued. If a player is selected as a practice player, a partial refund will be issued.
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