Fall 2012 Scouting Showcase

Oct. 6-8, 2012
Classics Park in Manheim, Pa.
$495 per team. This includes venue rental, referee fees, event administration and related costs.
U-13, U-14 and U-15 boys.
Each team will play three games (one per day). Games vs. Northeast Pre-Academy League teams will count in the standing. Games vs. Southeast Pre-Academy League teams (some may be entering this event) will not count in the standings.
Anthony Travel, the Official Travel Partner of US Club Soccer, is available to to assist in reserving hotel rooms for this event. Rooms may be reserved by:
U.S. Soccer Technical Staff and US Club Soccer id2 Program Staff will be on-site to scout players at the event.

Check-In:  Teams will check in at the fields 90 minutes prior to their first game. Teams will need to present their player passes and provide an official US Club Soccer roster.

Scouting Roster Template:  Every team participating in the Northeast Pre-Academy League Fall 2012 Showcase should complete this roster document and return it to Lonny Unger at  npl-northeastpa@usclubsoccer.org by Mon., Oct. 1.  This document will be used to provide a roster book for U.S. Soccer and id2 Program scouts. Please complete all fields, and enter players in numerical order by jersey number. (NOTE: Teams still need to print off the official US Club Soccer roster off the website and submit at check-in/registration. In conclusion, there are two different rosters that you need.)

Scouting Schematic:  This document should be completed for every game at the Northeast Pre-Academy League Fall 2012 Showcase, and should be given to U.S. Soccer and id2 Program scouts. The document should show the starting line-up in the game as well as substitutes. Every player’s first and last name, jersey number, and birth year, should be shown on the sheet. A sample schematic that has been properly completed is attached for your reference. While not every game at the event will be scouted, it is important that every team have a schematic ready at every game in order to make the scouting process easier. The sample scouting schematic has been completed to provide an example of a properly completed schematic.