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Youth Competitive - U13 to U18

U13-U18 Open Tryouts / Identification

Team Year Trial #1 Trial #2 Trial #3
U13 Boys 2005 Sat Sept 23 (9am) Rossland N Mon Sept 25 (6pm) Rossland N Sat Sept 30 (10:30am) Rossland S
U13 Girls 2005 Sun Sept 24 (5pm) Dome Mon Sept 25 (6pm) Rossland S Sat Sept 30 (9am) Rossland S
U14 Boys 2004 Sat Sept 23 (12pm) Rossland N Mon Sept 25 (7:30pm) Rossland N Sat Sept 30 (1:30pm) Rossland S
U14 Girls 2004 Sat Sept 23 (1:30pm) Rossland N Mon Sept 25 (7:30pm) Rossland S Sat Sept 30 (12pm) Rossland S
U15 Boys 2003 Sat Sept 23 (3pm) Rossland N Tue Sept 26 (7:30pm) Rossland N Sat Sept 30 (7:30pm) Dome
U15 Girls 2003 Sat Sept 23 (4:30pm) Rossland N Tue Sept 26 (6pm) Rossland N Sat Sept 30 (6pm) Dome
U16 Boys 2002 Sun Sept 24 (4:30pm) Rossland S Wed Sept 27 (9pm) Dome Sat Sept 30 (6pm) Rossland S
U16 Girls 2002 Sun Sept 24 (10:30am) Rossland S Tue Sept 26 (9pm) Dome Sat Sept 30 (4pm) Rossland N
U17 Boys 2001 Sun Sept 24 (12pm) Rossland S Mon Sept 25 (9pm) Dome Sat Sept 30 (3pm) Rossland S
U17 Girls 2001 Sun Sept 24 (1:30pm) Rossland S Thu Sept 28 (9pm) Dome Sat Sept 30 (4:30pm) Rossland S
U18 Boys 2000 Fri Sept 29 (9pm) Dome Sat Sept 30 (5:30pm) Rossland N Sun Oct 1 (6:30pm) Dome

Trials are 90 minute sessions

Player attendance will be taken at each session.  We encourage players to attend all sessions. Missing a session limits a player's opportunity to showcase his/her current skillset compared to an individual player that attends all sessions.

2016-17 Coaches


Respect in Sport

The Durham Region Soccer Association is proud to be taking a leadership role in protecting the best interests of kids, and all those involved in our game, by introducing the Respect in Sport Parent Program to our organization. As the first District Association within the Ontario Soccer Association to be taking this important step, following the lead of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and other sports organizations in Ontario Durham Region Soccer Association is making the Respect in Sport Parent Program mandatory for one parent or guardian of each player for 2017 to complete the program.  The program is transferable from hockey or any other sport it was completed for, and covers the entire family.  Please help us to help you make soccer safe and fun for all participants.  

NEW for 2017 - it is mandatory for one parent or guardian to complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program.  For more details and FAQ's.

For team officials of travelling and competitive teams, team officials (including managers) must take the Activity Leaders module to validate the team official book.