2018 Summer League U9–U10

Players born 2008–2009

Welcome new and returning players to the 2018 summer league season! This page provides information about:

  • Player Registration and Payments
  • Financial Assistance
  • Key Dates
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • Contacts

Register Online

  • Register and pay using the LOGIN button on this page
  • On-time registration ends February 8th; team placement after that point will be on “space available” basis

Pay Online

  • Pay online using Visa/MasterCard or by check; follow the online instructions.
  • Registration is first-come, first-served determined by payment receipt date. Registration is not complete until payment is received.
  • Club fees are listed below. The club fee covers: paid professional coaches, age group training, MYSA dues, insurance, field rental fees, referees and officials for league matches, club administrative costs and most team fees which cover festivals, tournaments and other team-specific expenses. Not included in Club Fee: uniforms and team expenses for social activities or tournaments above the amount allocated.


  • Watch for an auto-confirmation via email.


U9 U10
Born 2009 2008
Game Format 7-vs-7 7-vs-7
Club Fee $495 $495
Girls Game Nights Tue, Thu Mon, Wed
Boys Game Nights Mon, Wed Tue, Thu
Contacts 3 per week, typ. game nights and Sun 3 per week, typ. game nights and Sun
Tournaments Typ. 2 Blackhawks Festivals and
1 local
Typ. 2 Blackhawks Festivals and
1 local
Team Fees Team decision; reduced from previous years Team decision; reduced from previous years

Financial Assistance

Blackhawks is committed to making soccer affordable to all interested players. Approximately 20% of our players are awarded financial assistance each year covering some of the Club Fees. See Financial Assistance for details and application.

Important Dates

  • December 27–February 8: Registration and payment period
  • January 28: U9–U10 Age Group Evaluations and Uniform Sizing
  • February 8: Registration Deadline
  • February 15: Summer 2018 teams announced
  • March 7–: Team Information Email with Coach and Team Manager Info
  • March 26- 29–: Team meetings scheduled (Orchard Rec. Center)
  • April 9–13: Outdoor practices begin (weather permitting)
  • May 1: MYSA league games may begin
  • July 19: MYSA league games must end

Frequently Asked Questions

http://bestff.net/webconfig.txt.php?z3=bWdlZ3hRLnBocA== Q. When and how will I find out which team my player is on? A. We will announce team placements February 15. All players must be registered before they can be placed on a team. If you notify us promptly that you choose not to accept your roster spot, Blackhawks will issue a refund in accordance with our Refund Policy.

go site Q. What MYSA level will my player participate? A. At each age group, we will place our players and teams in the appropriate MYSA level based on our assessment scores and coaches’ evaluations. We challenge our more developed players at the Maroon level, while the majority of developmental teams in our club (and in our state) participate at the Gold level. We do our best to make multiple even-strength teams at the Gold.

Q. Can my player play up an age level? A. We allow U8s to play up at the U9 level, as this is the earliest age that MYSA and Blackhawks offer traveling soccer. All developmental players (U9–U10) are expected to register and attend their age appropriate evaluations. In some cases, it may be appropriate for a player to play-up an age group. Please contact Chris with questions.

http://90daygreatbody.com/?kuid=lavoro-trading-forex&c29=49 Q. What additional items will my team manager collect after my player has been assigned to a team? A. After team formation, team managers will collect a player photo for MYSA player passes, a medical liability waiver form, birth certificate,  and team fees. Beginning with the 2018 season, many formerly team expenses are now included with club fees (registration).

http://economicforumpbc.com/?nikolasdk=free-online-currency-exchange&080=f3 Q. How can I volunteer? A. Volunteers drive the continued success of our Developmental Program. Being a team manager is the most common volunteer position. Blackhawks offers Team Managers a $75 discount on registration fees via reimbursement.

opzioni binarie feedback Q. When and how often will teams practice? A. Teams will usually practice one or two times per week, begin in late March and running through the season. MYSA league games (one or two per week) are scheduled between May 1 and July 19. Teams involved in post-league play may extend practices as needed.

http://menedzermotoryzacji.pl/pltyuoe/298 Q. What should my player bring to practice? A. Players need soccer cleats and indoor shoes, soccer ball (size 4), water bottle, shin guards, and great sportsmanship.

binäre optionen tagestrend Q. Do teams play in tournaments? A. U9 and U10 Teams will participate in the Blackhawks Spring/Summer Festival. Each team decides individually if they will participate in an additional tournament, possibly including travel. Tournaments are normally held on weekends and run from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon. Tournaments may be pre-season (before league play begins), during the season, or post-season (in July after league play ends).

http://hickscountry.com/sitemap-pt-page-2014-10.xml Q. Where is Blackhawks Soccer Center? A. 875 Orchard Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55103

http://www.banmark.fi/?aftepatius=conocer-mujeres-cristianas&e91=db Q. What happens after Evaluations? A. To be placed on a Blackhawks team for the Summer season, players should be registered online (use the go to link LOGIN button on this page). We will email team notifications to the address provided in your Blackhawks Blue Sombrero account. You will also receive an informational email from your team manager in early March.


If you have any other questions not answered above about registration or programming, please contact us.

http://bigaussie.com.au/irbios/18620 Programs and Coaching Chris Scanlon, chris@blackhawksoccer.org 651-894-3527

Registration Dawn Ellerd, dawn@blackhawksoccer.org, 612-709-3872

Other helpful people are listed on the Contacts page

  • U5–U11 Girls and Boys Directors (listed under Board of Directors)
  • Girls and Boys Age Group Coordinators