Local E License Class Offered
USSF NATIONAL “E” LICENSE
August 4, 5, 6, 2017
All coaches must also register in the US Soccer Digital Coaching Center – CLICK HERE
COURSE FEE: $175
Sahuarita High School
350 W Sahuarita Rd
Sahuarita, AZ 85629
Email – email@example.com
Phone – 520-271-2119
Friday, August 4 – 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday, August 5 – 9:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday, August 6 – 9:00am to 6:00pm
New Want ad Posted, visit http://pcjsl.com/want-ads/
Ft. Lowell Rush Eintracht Eagles family of teams will be holding Open Play on Saturdasy, May 27 and June 3 at Townsend Middle School between 9 and 11 am. Looking for female players 99, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 , 2004 and 2005, and 2006. For additional information call Coach Bernard at 631-6605, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Want ads Posted, visit http://pcjsl.com/want-ads/
5/15 – Challenge FC 04 Lady Spartans are looking for at least 4 more competitive girls to join the club. For more info contact coach Rocha at: coachG2000@gmail.com
5/16 – TVSC U14 Boys – I’d love it if you took a moment to check out my GoFundMe campaign:
Your support would mean a lot to me. Thank you so much!
The May 2017 PCJSL Newsletter is out now.
Letter from the President P.1
Get in the Game & International Releases P.2
Fort Lowell Rush Release P.3
Vice Presidents Corner P.4
PCJSL AGM Amendment P.5
TSA Joins ECNL P.6
What if we can’t play our Scheduled Game P.7
Letter from Fields Commissioner P.8
Coaching Education P.9
APL and ASL Update P.10
Laws of the GameUpdate P.11
2017 Pima Cup Finalists P.12
Soccer Oscars & Bookkeeping Update P.13
Nope! The Standings aren’t Wrong P.15
New Want Ad Posted:
Become a Renegade!!! Now forming teams for PCJSL Fall Season. Looking for players any age or ability for either boys and girls teams. Coaches wanted also. If you are a player or coach and interested in joining our club please contact Ed at 520-312-2767
to see all Want Ads
As was in effect last season, AZ Premier League and AZ State League teams may participate as a team in the PCJSL second half as those leagues do not have a second half for the U15 through U19 age groups. However, individual players rostered to teams in those two leagues, may not play as club pass pass players or individual loan players in PCJSL games.
For any questions, contact Detlef Lange, PCJSL Vice President at email@example.com
How to find a place for your child to play Soccer in Pima County
We receive many inquiries from parents either new to soccer or new to Pima County about how to get their child started in soccer and onto a team. As you will see, you must work with one of the many fine soccer clubs that operate in Pima County, not with the PCJSL organization itself.
If you are interested in your child playing soccer in Pima County here are the steps you should follow.
First, look at our page http://www.pcjsl.com/club-directory/ , here you will find out which clubs are operating in which area of town. You can also find web pages, email addresses and phone numbers for these clubs.
Second, you should go to the web page of the different clubs you saw on the club directory and investigate where they practice, their history, their philosophies, etc.
Third, reach out to the clubs you are interested in and determine which one is the right fit for you and your child.
Lastly, pick one of those clubs and register your child directly with that club.
Pima County Junior Soccer League (PCJSL) is the managing body for all soccer in Pima County. We are a sub organization of Arizona Youth Soccer which is a sub organization of US Youth Soccer. We do not have teams or players. All team and players fall under a club that is in our Club Directory.
We hope this helps and have fun with Soccer!
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See the following PDF