At USC, we take pride in offering a comprehensive and top-notch soccer program through our Youth Soccer Academy.
Our academy is designed to provide young athletes with the necessary skills, knowledge, and guidance to excel in the world's most popular sport.

Academy Players are Selected and/or invited.
Our Players are Aged from 6 years Old.
USC will be competing in the FYSA.

Here are some of the key benefits that our program offers:

Experienced Coaching

Our academy is led by a team of experienced coaches who are passionate about developing young talent. They focus on individual skill development, tactical understanding, and physical conditioning, ensuring that each player reaches their maximum potential.

Player Development Pathway

We believe in nurturing talent from an early age and providing a clear pathway for players to progress as they grow. Our program is structured to cater to different age groups, allowing players to develop at their own pace and ensuring a seamless transition from one level to the next.

Competitions and Tournaments

Through our academy, players have the opportunity to participate in various local, regional, and even national-level competitions and tournaments. This not only helps them showcase their skills but also exposes them to a higher level of competition, fostering growth and resilience on the field.

Character Building

Beyond technical skills, we emphasize the importance of character development. Our program instills values such as teamwork, discipline, respect, and sportsmanship, which are invaluable both on and off the field. We aim to shape well-rounded individuals who are not only accomplished athletes but also responsible members of society.

Opportunities & Experiences

Opportunities to Watch Local Semi and Pro Soccer Games; Guest Speakers, National Tournaments & International Soccer Tours/Games


Payment Details

Season: August 1st 2023 - May 31st 2024 (10 months)

Total Annual Fees to NMUSC: $800


One-Time Registration Fee: $200
Includes, but not Limited to:
Admin Set up, Insurances, FYSA Affiliate through Sister Club MLUSC, Player Passes

Monthly Fee: $60
Includes, but not Limited to:

Coaches, Facility, Admin fees.


Additional Fees That Must be Accounted for:
Full Uniform Fees: $TBA ($80-$200)

Referee Fees: $TBA
(Based on League /Tournament Rules - ($100-$300)

Out of Boundaries Coaches Hotel, per diem Fee: $TBA
(Based on Agreed Tournament; Fees divided by all team parents)

Additional fees ranges: ($230-$700)

+ your personal fees for transporting players to league/ tournament games, your hotel, food, gas etc

Making Payment

The Initial Reg Fee is $200
(Remember Season Starts August 1st - Any Delay in Payments - will delay League Sign up & Uniforms)

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The Monthly Payment is $60
the First payment is due between August 1st-5th 2023.
Please note that this fee is the ongoing monthly costs (Coaches, Staff, Fields etc)
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Sponsorships & Scholarships

Reasons why you should Invest in your Childs Soccer Journey

Social Skills
When playing team sports kids will communicate and interact with other kids and
adults (coaches). One of the most important traits children need to develop are
their social skills. The best way to develop your child’s social skills is by having them participate in team sports. In team sports, kids will have to communicate with coaches and teammates on a regular basis.
Fact: If you want your child to become more social you have to put them in social situations. 

Team sports will require kids to work with their teammates towards one collective team goal. They will learn how to practice, encourage, and motive their teammates on a regular basis. Team sports will require each individual player
to do a job in order to have team success. Kids need to learn about teamwork when they are young because they will need to be able to work with other people
as they grow older.
Fact: Teamwork is needed in school, sports. work, and in every aspect of life. 

Physically Fitness 
Childhood obesity is running rampant across our entire country. Obesity is contributed to
poor dietary habits and constant inactivity. Playing team sports will keep kids physically active. Team sports will force kids to become better athletes because they will be executing a variety of different exercises during practice. They will strengthen their body and the constant exercise will help
reduce stress and build their  self-esteem.  Let’s not forget that
physical fitness will help develop coordination as well. Kids that play sports will have better balanced, core strength, posture, and overall coordination
than a kid that sits and plays video games all day long. When parents allow
their children to become obese, they are setting them up for failure.
Exercise is the best way to
naturally relieve stress. 

Keeps Kids Busy 
Team sports will keep kids busy and around other kids that are on the same path.
Participating in team sports will put your child in a safe and structured environment. They will be learning a variety of different skills that they will take with them as they grow older. I much rather have my kid come home from
school and go to practice, rather than come home and play video games all night long. Kids that participate in sports on a regular basis are less likely to
drop out of school and do drugs.
Fact: When kids have nothing to do that is when they get themselves into trouble.

Dealing with Adversity
One of the most important things to do is to challenge your child.  Team sports will require your kids to push through adversity. It will force them to go to practice every single day. They will learn how to push through things when they are tired or frustrated.  As we all know life is full of adversity, so lets train our children how to deal with adversity through team
Fact: Life is full of adversity. If we
don’t teach our kids how to deal with adversity we are setting them up for failure. 

Develops Competitiveness
Life is full of situations were you have to compete. One of the worst traits you can have is the unwillingness to compete. In today’s world if people aren’t willing to compete they will find themselves getting the short end of the stick on a regular basis. Being competitive isn’t just about being better than everyone else.  Kids need to learn to challenge and compete with themselves to become better every single day. Every single successful person I know is competitive.
They are not just competing with others, they are very driven and are always competing with themselves.  When kids grow older they will need to be
competitive in school, sports, and in life. It’s a competitive world out there.
Team sports is the ultimate platform for preparing your children for a very
competitive world.

Fact: Life is a competition. Kids need to learn that they will have to compete for everything in life. 

I’ve played team sports my entire life. To this day, I am still in contact with many of my former teammates. When you participate in team sports you go through so
much with your teammates. You practice and work hard together all year long.
 This creates a bond that no other activity can replicate. Playing team sports will develop relationships that will last a lifetime.
Fact: There is no better way to grow a friendship than through team sports.

Taking Instruction/Better Grades
In order to be successful in life you will need to learn how to take instruction.
Participating in youth sports will teach kids how to take orders from someone of authority. When kids are receptive to instruction, they will be able to learn very quickly and they will be able to handle a heavy workload. Team sports just doesn’t exercise your muscles, sports exercises your brain as well. Team sports actually
increases a child’s learning ability.  It’s a known fact that student
athletes perform better in the classroom.
Fact: Student athletes average
.50-.70 higher grade point averages than students that do not participate in

Winning and Losing
Playing team sports will teach your kids how to win and how to lose. In every competitive sport there will be a winner and a loser. Sometimes kids will be on
the winning team and sometimes they will be on the losing team. Team sports will teach kids how to come off a defeated and continue to work hard.
 When a team works hard and it translates into a positive result, there is no better feeling. Team sports will make kids realize that when you work hard
good things will happen.
Fact: In life you will win some and you will lose some. Team youth sports will teach kids that from an early age.

Teaches Commitment
Team sports will teach kids about how to be a part of something bigger than themselves. When you sign up to play a team sport, you are required to go to practice every single week. Team sports require commitment, discipline, and hard work from all the players. Kids will have to come home from school and do homework, eat dinner, and then go to practice. It’s a lot of work for the kids and the parents. Going to school, doing homework, and then going to practice is pretty much a full time job for the kids. This is great practice for when they grow older and hit the work force!
Fact: Balancing studies, family, and sports is quite challenging. Becoming a student athlete will teach kids about time management and commitment. 

Contact Us

For More info on our Academy Program - Be sure to Contact:
Rudy 786 245 1417 or
Maria Miller 786 371 6061