Johnson County Soccer Club was born from a coalition with its coaches to create a positive learning environment, that each of its players can feel proud to be a part of. Its culture encapsulates its most important assets – It’s members – to create lifelong friends and positive life experiences through the medium of Soccer.
Coaching Assignments will remain exactly the same for all coaches and their teams! Information on coaching assignments for new teams and beyond will be available at tryouts.
Birth Year – Age Group
2009 – 11U
2008 – 12U
2007 – 13U
2006 – 14U
2005 – 15U
2004 – 16U
2003 – 17U
2002 – 18U
2001 – 19U
Although many of our teams are full, there are still opening for certain teams. to find out more information, navigate to the “Teams Needing Players” tab under Competitive Soccer in the Programs Tab. You are welcome to complete the interested player form too.
All of our teams train exclusively at All American Indoor Sports. with training indoors, there are no canceled practices due to the elements, meaning a consistent training environment all year round.
Tryout schedule will be posted on our tryout page, along with links to register. JOCO Soccer Club is committed to developing its own players and tryouts is only used as a supplementary method to existing teams.
Existing players should communicate with Coach about the future plans for the development of your son/daughter and will know this ahead of tryouts. If you are new to the club and cannot attend tryouts, players are encouraged to attend the pre-tryout camp to meet our coaches.
Players will train 2 times per week with 1-2 league games on the weekends. During event or tournament weekends, players will typically play 3-4 games.
Travel is largely played across 4 locations – The Olathe Soccer Complex, Overland Park Soccer Complex, Wyandotte Soccer Complex and Swope Park Soccer Complex. Younger players will most likely compete in local recreational and in house leagues. Players on Academy Teams may need to travel outside of the KC metro to help players reach their full potential through out of town events, such as tournaments and showcases.