US Youth Soccer Europe (USYSE) is the official US Youth Soccer programmatic offering for American citizens living or traveling within Europe. USYSE offers two programs: a “Grassroots” program (to include Recreational team programs and Select programs) and an “Olympic Development Program.”. The Grassroots program is a commitment by USYSE to ensure that all Americans have an opportunity to play soccer while in Europe.
US Youth Soccer Europe (USYSE) is the official US Youth Soccer programmatic offering for American citizens living or traveling within Europe. USYSE offers two programs: a “Grassroots” program (to include Recreational team programs and Select programs) and an “Olympic Development Program.”
US Youth Soccer ODP Europe. District Mission The mission of the District grassroots (recreational) program is to provide a fun venue for all Americans living in Europe with an opportunity to play and develop in the game of soccer. Furthermore, the District program provides an avenue for elite American players to advance into the USYSE ODP.
USYS Europe e.V. is a Verein (i.e., Non-profit Club hereafter referred to as USYSE) headquartered in Germany providing an avenue for American players from all over Europe to train and compete. USYSE is centered around a “Grassroots” program and an Olympic Development Program (ODP); two linked, but separate programs.
The USYS EUROPE - ODP Coaching Staff • 8 UEFA ”A“, ”B” and "C" - Licensed Coaches • Physical and Psychologist trainer available during ODP events • US Youth Soccer regional coaches • The entire ODP staff and team holds FIFA coaching licenses, Diplomas and/or FIFA Player agent licenses
US Youth Soccer Indoor Cup: February 15 - 16, 2020 (Germany) US Youth Soccer World Cup: June 6 - 7, 2020 (Germany) Many American players in Europe do not live near a USYS District (i.e. within 30+ miles). These players are granted permission to register directly with USYSE ODP if they possess the skills and talent for USYSE ODP.
Youth Soccer News: Since my expedition to the US, I have been able to notice the differences in American and European football (soccer). Let’s start by first establishing that in development soccer there are three stages that should be universally respected. Youth Soccer Training & Player Development Coordination: Stage Ages: 6 – 12. What ...
The pressure that exists in places like Europe — with a huge soccer culture — can be negative at this early stage. England’s Manchester City Youth Soccer Players with USA’s RISE Soccer Club at IBER Cup USA 2018. There is pressure from parents and coaches, so creativity is restricted for fear of making mistakes.