Grande Sports Academy
Be part of the number one Academy in the country
Winners of the 2013 U-16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Championship
Grande Sports Academy has worked hard to build an organization that sets the bar for performance on and off the field. This is the home of the 2013 USSDA U16 National Champions. Soccer tryouts are scheduled throughout the year.
As a member of our Grande family, you will train like a professional and experience superior facilities that are among the finest in the United States. We have had fifteen of the nineteen MLS teams for preseason and also hosted five National teams from around the globe for preparations for World Cups and Olympics.
Our teams are among the most successful in the country and we seek young student athletes who want to be the best they can be. All of our graduates have earned a college scholarship or has signed a professional contract. Reserve your spot now for a tryout as space is limited.
Special Tryout to Join Grande Sports Academy
November 7-9, 2014
The cost for meals and accommodations is only $309
Tryouts are for Birth Years: 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000
Please note if you are currently playing for a Major League Soccer Academy team and/or reside in their territory, you are prohibited to tryout. Current Academy
For more information on tryouts please contact:
phone: 877.909.9777 | email: email@example.com
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We work very hard to offer the very best facilities, programs, and soccer coaches, and we want players committed to achieving their highest potential. Our competitive program attracts premier soccer players from around the country and we play among top rated national and international soccer teams.
We compete in one of the toughest soccer divisions in the country, the Southwest Division of the US Soccer Development Academy, which includes Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy and Chivas USA, as well as Real So Cal, San Diego Surf, San Diego Nomads, Pateadores, Irvine Strikers and Arsenal FC. In conjunction with league matches, we also compete in cross conference matches, which include Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders, Portland Timbers, Vancouver Whitecaps and San Jose Earthquakes, as well as Santa Cruz Breakers, Crossfire, De Anza Force and San Juan Soccer Academy.