From time to time, Loudoun Soccer holds supplemental tryouts for specific ages/teams in order to strengthen the team(s) and meet specific needs.There are currently no supplemental tryouts scheduled. Please view the main Travel Tryout page for details on the 2019-20 Tryouts.

Please contact if you have questions on our travel program. Thank you.



  • A competitive, fun, and challenging environment at training sessions, games, and club clinics.
  • Sessions/clinics that have a clear plan that will always promote player development.
  • Coaches that are respectful, engaged, professionally licensed, and knowledgeable.
  • Quality training facilities for all sessions/camps/clinics.


  • Players assigned to their correct level, where they will be challenged among their peers with ample opportunities for growth.
  • Strength in depth. Our teams are strong from top to bottom because of our wide player pool and highly educated coaches.
  • Competition in the best regional leagues and competitions available, including Virginia State Cup, USYS Region I Championships, Eastern Regional League (ERL), National League, and US Youth Soccer National Championships.
  • Competition in the best local leagues available, including Club Champions League (CCL I & II), National Capital Soccer League (NCSL), and Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL).
  • Opportunity to progress to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy (DA) for both boys and girls.
  • Access to try out for District and State Olympic Development Program (ODP) and DODP.
  • Access to elite tournaments nationwide, including Bethesda, CASL, Dallas Cup, Disney Showcase and Jeff Cup.
  • Information about playing in college as well as access to college coaches/contacts through our College ID Camps, College Showcase and College Prep Meetings.
  • Opportunity to build a player’s resume and business acumen through joining our Junior Board of Directors, where players give input regarding club decisions and have the opportunity to put on a clubwide event themselves, supported by the club staff.
  • A coaching staff that includes many local high school coaches.
  • In-season and off-season supplemental training, including camps, academies, futsal, speed/agility training, and additional weeknight training programs.
  • On-going player evaluation and feedback.

2016-17 Club Highlights:Tryout17.18

  • 2016 U.S. Youth Soccer National Champions – 99B Red (U16B) – Frisco, TX
  • 2016 U.S. Youth Soccer National Finalists – 98B Red (U17B) – Frisco, TX
  • 5 Travel teams Qualified for Regionals (96B Red, 98B Red, 98G Red, 99B Red, 01G Red)
    • 99B Champions
    • 98B Finalists
  • 3 teams in National League (98B Red, 99B Red, 01B Red)
    • 98B Champions
  • 10 teams made State Cup Final Four
    • 3 Finalists
    • 1 Champion (98B)
  • Over 60 Loudoun players tried out and made Virginia Olympic Development Program (ODP)
  • Over 25 Loudoun players were invited to US Soccer National Training Centers
  • Two players selected in 2016 to the U.S. Soccer Under-19 Youth National Team (U19 YNT) – Sam Golan and Colin Shutler
  • 2015 U.S. Youth Soccer National Boys Competitive Coach of the Year – Mark Ryan
  • 10 teams in the 2017 U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Eastern Regional League (ERL) (most of any club in the league)
  • 91 (and counting) players committed to play college soccer since the Class of 2014.


  • Each candidate is encouraged to attend all tryouts for their age group (see age group chart above).
  • Based on US Soccer’s Player Development Initiatives, all players will register for their birth year tryout age group ONLY. There is a process in place internally for players to potentially try out to play up an age group if it is deemed best for that player’s overall development. All decisions will be reviewed by the Technical Director, Travel Director, coaches, and parents before approving this option.
  • If unable to attend a tryout please email prior to your age group’s tryout.
  • Online pre-registration is mandatory. There is no cost to tryout.
  • Bring the following to each tryout: Ball, shin guards and water.
  • Coaches will be involved in the evaluation process.
  • Players should arrive for check-in 30 mins prior to the first tryout they attend to confirm attendance and pick up a numbered t-shirt. Players are not required to check-in at any other tryout sessions after their first, but should arrive to the field 30 mins early.
  • All Loudoun Soccer players must purchase the mandatory Loudoun Soccer uniform items.