Players must play for a TCSL club in a TCSL-sanctioned league such as NPL, or other TCSL level.
Birth years: 2009*, 2010 and 2011. No play ups.
*2009s return to be able to complete a 2-year cycle
All players receive a ranking:
S- Reps Squad Invite
P- Reps Pool Player
R- Reps Reserve
2011 (13U) and 2010 (14U) players will attend trials in September. Reps Squads will train leading up to the Midwest Select Games in November (matches against Iowa, Illinois, and Ohio). Winter Pool Program will have a series of trainings and local matches beginning in December.
2009 (15U) players will attend trials in November (after high school soccer concludes). Winter Pool Program will have a series of trainings and local matches beginning in December. Reps Squad will likely attend an out-of-state event in March.
Specific age group schedules/calendars will be available soon.
Rep as in “Representative”
Reps represent their team, club and league as a recognized talent.
Reps should develop into leaders and role models for other players.
Reps will always show respect to all.
Reps will always give their maximum effort both on and off the field.
Reps, to “Represent”
Be recognized for your effort and talent-Standout.
Become a leader-Excel.
Leave your comfort zone-Growth.
Train and compete with and against other high-level players-Develop.
Rep-resent- Take pride in Representing your team, club and league-Honor.
Be prepared: Eat healthy, sleep regular hours, be punctual.
Compete: Put in maximum effort every time you arrive at the pitch.
Respect: Respect the sport, teammates, opponents, officials, coaches and parents.
The program will be led by the TCSL Technical Director, with the assistance of local, highly qualified club staff and/or area college coaches.
For 2023-24, the TCSL Reps is open to 2011’s (entering year 1 of 2), 2010’s (entering year 2 of final season) and 2009’s (entering year 2 of final season).
Yes. TCSL Reps fees cover the cost of administering the program (facilities, coaching, travel, kit, etc.).
Yes. Our goal is to identify and provide opportunities for the TCSL’s most talented players, regardless of financial situation.
We will collaborate with club leaders to be as non-conflicting as possible and also control the NPL schedule to not conflict/clash with league matches. This program will be highly supplementary.
We plan to only use high-quality facilities, and turf, if possible. We will, as much as possible, rotate events around the metro to ensure geographic diversity and ensuring that clubs get a chance to host events, should they desire.