Crossfire Jr Program
The Crossfire Junior Program (CJP) is intended for players that are looking for a more structured soccer environment. Teams will be formed after players participate in a one day tryout session. The Crossfire Jr Program is now Cost Free. We will form a limited amount of teams based upon player performance at tryouts.
2018 Fall Jr Program
Teams will be coached by the Crossfire Premier Staff/US Development Academy Players and will train twice a week beginning in late August. Each team will participate in a league with 8-10 games continuing through early November. All girls games are on Saturdays and boys games are on Sundays.
Training is scheduled to be at the 60 Acres in Redmond. Girls will train from 4:30-5:30pm on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Boys will train from 4:30-5:30pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. Games will also be at 60 Acres, Redmond HS, Marymoor Park, Grasslawn Park or the Preston Soccer Complex.
The Crossfire Jr Program is now Cost Free! There will be no cost for league fee, field rental, 2 T-Shirts, referees, coaching fee and insurance. (players will be asked to provide their own black shorts and socks).
Tryouts : $15
|U8 (players born in 2011)||June 5th||4:15-5:30pm||Grasslawn Park #1||June 6th||4:15-5:30pm||Grasslawn Park #2|
|U9 (players born in 2010)||June 5th||5:45-7pm||Grasslawn Park #1||June 6th||4:15-5:30pm||Grasslawn Park #2|
- If your son or daughter cannot make it to tryouts or you decided to join after tryouts were complete, we will be able to place them on a team. Please email email@example.com with you son/daughters name birthdate and contact information.
- Do players need to bring a birth certificate? (Answer) No, players will need birth proof later on during the team registration process.
- What equipment should players bring? (Answer) Players should where soccer clothing, and dress for the weather. All players should be wearing shin guards. We also would like each player to bring a ball and a water bottle if possible.
- What is the format of tryouts, what can I expect? (Answer) Following check-in coaches will lead a warm-up. Following warm-up, players will spend most of the time in small sided games where coaches will observe them playing. The best way for coaches to see a player’s ability level is to watch them playing soccer.