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Post by therightpass18 on 14/06/17, 12:47 pm

Hello All,

So, for all those whose daughters were at a small club and you made the decision to move to a big club and pay that cost:

Was it worth it?

Did you see improvement and development in your dd?

Did it get her to where she wanted her path to go?

Our dd is an 05 - When did you make the jump to a big time club and what age do you think is too late to move up if she wants to play in high school, college etc?

Did you have to move between clubs more afterward to get to where she wanted?

We are in that decision process this month and are hoping for some real life experiences. Our daughter's first goal is to play high school soccer so that is the first improvement arc we are helping with. Then its those 3-4 years of high school to make it to the best college fit we can find.

Thanks in advance for your stories.

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Post by TxFutbal on 14/06/17, 01:32 pm

Both my DD's migrated from Rec to Academy in 1st grade but not because we (parents) wanted them in club soccer. My DD's simply outgrew what rec soccer could provide. You will move from club to club because coaches move from club to club. Most important factor in my DD's decisions (it really is the DD's decision) is due to relationship with the girls and the coach. The club provides the DD's opportunities to advance to programs that meet their skill level when she is ready so the size of the club does matter especially with the introduction of JDL. the first 2 years of select soccer set the foundation for whatever path the DD's level of commitment takes her whether it's ECNL, Champions, or the dreaded DA (which doesn't allow for other sports or high school ball).

Do your research on the club, talk to your coach on why he/she is associated with a particular club, and definitely have a conversation with the DOC. Not all clubs have the same philosophy.. Some are really dedicated to the girls and some are dedicated to the money and size.

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Post by Guest on 14/06/17, 02:06 pm

therightpass18 wrote:
Our daughter's first goal is to play high school soccer so that is the first improvement arc we are helping with.

This is less about the club and more about the level she is playing at.  If your daughter will be attending a 6A or 5A HS in Dallas/Collin/Denton/Tarrant/Rockwall county, then she will likely need to be playing at the LH D2 level or higher, just to make the Varsity team at most of those schools.  At many 6A, and several of the better 5A programs, she will likely need to be playing at an LH D1 level or above to be a starter/significant contributor.  There are many "small club" teams playing at that level that will get her there, and there is no inherent advantage of a small club vs a large club here.  It's all about the level of competition she is capable of playing at, and the quality of her coach.

If she's 4A or below, in most cases, if she's playing competitive soccer somewhere (LH, PPL, APL), she will likely make the Varsity team.

therightpass18 wrote:
Then its those 3-4 years of high school to make it to the best college fit we can find.

If her goal is to play soccer in college, it will depend on the level you are talking about, whether or not there will be advantage to playing for a "big" club.  If NCAA DI is her goal, in NTX, the majority of those girls will be playing DA/ECNL, which means "big" club. If that's her goal, and she has the talent, the sooner, the better, but by her Freshman year of HS if you want to give her the best exposure opportunity.  If not DA/ECNL, then for NCAA DI, it better be a team at the top of LH D1 that is also playing in a regional league (USYSA PL, TCL, etc.).  Those can be from a "smaller" club (see Dallas Kicks '00/'01), but they are fewer and farther between.

If you are talking about NCAA DII, DIII, NAIA, JUCO, then, again, it's a more a matter of where you are playing, and whether or not your COACH has a track record of placing players in college programs.  The higher up the competitive food chain you are playing, the better (it's about the level of competition that your daughter is able to compete at).  Not a lot of kids playing below LH D1 that are going on to play in college. The "bigger" clubs will have some name recognition advantage when it comes to showcases, etc., but there are many "small" club coaches who have very good track records and many college coaching contacts who can get your daughter where she wants to go.

These statements are all generalities, and there are always exceptions, but I think over the next few years, you will find them to be reasonable accurate.

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Post by Seven on 14/06/17, 02:49 pm

BW gives solid advice......listen to him





bwgophers wrote:
therightpass18 wrote:
Our daughter's first goal is to play high school soccer so that is the first improvement arc we are helping with.

This is less about the club and more about the level she is playing at.  If your daughter will be attending a 6A or 5A HS in Dallas/Collin/Denton/Tarrant/Rockwall county, then she will likely need to be playing at the LH D2 level or higher, just to make the Varsity team at most of those schools.  At many 6A, and several of the better 5A programs, she will likely need to be playing at an LH D1 level or above to be a starter/significant contributor.  There are many "small club" teams playing at that level that will get her there, and there is no inherent advantage of a small club vs a large club here.  It's all about the level of competition she is capable of playing at, and the quality of her coach.

If she's 4A or below, in most cases, if she's playing competitive soccer somewhere (LH, PPL, APL), she will likely make the Varsity team.

therightpass18 wrote:
Then its those 3-4 years of high school to make it to the best college fit we can find.

If her goal is to play soccer in college, it will depend on the level you are talking about, whether or not there will be advantage to playing for a "big" club.  If NCAA DI is her goal, in NTX, the majority of those girls will be playing DA/ECNL, which means "big" club. If that's her goal, and she has the talent, the sooner, the better, but by her Freshman year of HS if you want to give her the best exposure opportunity.  If not DA/ECNL, then for NCAA DI, it better be a team at the top of LH D1 that is also playing in a regional league (USYSA PL, TCL, etc.).  Those can be from a "smaller" club (see Dallas Kicks '00/'01), but they are fewer and farther between.

If you are talking about NCAA DII, DIII, NAIA, JUCO, then, again, it's a more a matter of where you are playing, and whether or not your COACH has a track record of placing players in college programs.  The higher up the competitive food chain you are playing, the better (it's about the level of competition that your daughter is able to compete at).  Not a lot of kids playing below LH D1 that are going on to play in college.  The "bigger" clubs will have some name recognition advantage when it comes to showcases, etc., but there are many "small" club coaches who have very good track records and many college coaching contacts who can get your daughter where she wants to go.

These statements are all generalities, and there are always exceptions, but I think over the next few years, you will find them to be reasonable accurate.[/quot
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Post by taborskulner on 14/06/17, 02:52 pm

the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

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Re: The Leap from Small Club to Big Time Soccer

Post by Seven on 14/06/17, 02:54 pm

Its hard to swim unless the water is deep



taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads
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Post by taborskulner on 14/06/17, 02:59 pm

deep thoughts..

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Post by Guest on 14/06/17, 03:03 pm

Seven wrote:BW gives solid advice......listen to him
Embarassed Aw shucks...

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Post by Sho'Nuff on 14/06/17, 03:08 pm

tl; dnr
bwgophers wrote:
therightpass18 wrote:
Our daughter's first goal is to play high school soccer so that is the first improvement arc we are helping with.

This is less about the club and more about the level she is playing at.  If your daughter will be attending a 6A or 5A HS in Dallas/Collin/Denton/Tarrant/Rockwall county, then she will likely need to be playing at the LH D2 level or higher, just to make the Varsity team at most of those schools.  At many 6A, and several of the better 5A programs, she will likely need to be playing at an LH D1 level or above to be a starter/significant contributor.  There are many "small club" teams playing at that level that will get her there, and there is no inherent advantage of a small club vs a large club here.  It's all about the level of competition she is capable of playing at, and the quality of her coach.

If she's 4A or below, in most cases, if she's playing competitive soccer somewhere (LH, PPL, APL), she will likely make the Varsity team.

therightpass18 wrote:
Then its those 3-4 years of high school to make it to the best college fit we can find.

If her goal is to play soccer in college, it will depend on the level you are talking about, whether or not there will be advantage to playing for a "big" club.  If NCAA DI is her goal, in NTX, the majority of those girls will be playing DA/ECNL, which means "big" club. If that's her goal, and she has the talent, the sooner, the better, but by her Freshman year of HS if you want to give her the best exposure opportunity.  If not DA/ECNL, then for NCAA DI, it better be a team at the top of LH D1 that is also playing in a regional league (USYSA PL, TCL, etc.).  Those can be from a "smaller" club (see Dallas Kicks '00/'01), but they are fewer and farther between.

If you are talking about NCAA DII, DIII, NAIA, JUCO, then, again, it's a more a matter of where you are playing, and whether or not your COACH has a track record of placing players in college programs.  The higher up the competitive food chain you are playing, the better (it's about the level of competition that your daughter is able to compete at).  Not a lot of kids playing below LH D1 that are going on to play in college.  The "bigger" clubs will have some name recognition advantage when it comes to showcases, etc., but there are many "small" club coaches who have very good track records and many college coaching contacts who can get your daughter where she wants to go.

These statements are all generalities, and there are always exceptions, but I think over the next few years, you will find them to be reasonable accurate.

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Post by Zizou on 14/06/17, 03:08 pm

taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

Yes, risk is always a factor, but a true evaluation of your young player comes with risk.

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Re: The Leap from Small Club to Big Time Soccer

Post by Guest on 14/06/17, 03:39 pm

Sho'Nuff wrote:tl; dnr

Wouldn't expect you to comprehend it if you did... affraid

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Post by Mcgreggor on 14/06/17, 03:46 pm

bwgophers wrote:
Sho'Nuff wrote:tl; dnr

Wouldn't expect you to comprehend it if you did... affraid

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Post by Mijo on 14/06/17, 05:11 pm

bwgophers wrote:
Sho'Nuff wrote:tl; dnr

Wouldn't expect you to comprehend it if you did... affraid

Got'em! clown
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Post by Foxysoccermom on 14/06/17, 05:24 pm

taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

You should probably move your dd to volleyball. with your attitude, she will never have a shot at the uswnt.
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Post by SocDad on 14/06/17, 06:18 pm

taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

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Re: The Leap from Small Club to Big Time Soccer

Post by Sho'Nuff on 14/06/17, 06:33 pm

Mcgreggor wrote:
bwgophers wrote:
Sho'Nuff wrote:tl; dnr

Wouldn't expect you to comprehend it if you did... affraid

Covfefe

Damn it! I've been sitting on that one, waiting for the right time.

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Post by KeeperCommander on 14/06/17, 08:35 pm

Seven wrote:Its hard to swim unless the water is deep



taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads
I believe that is why they are asking questions. They are not the best swimmers.

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Post by KeeperCommander on 14/06/17, 08:39 pm

Zizou wrote:
taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

Yes, risk is always a factor, but a true evaluation of your young player comes with risk.
Ok who hacked Z's account and wrote a grammatically correct post with everything spelled correctly. BW?

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Post by Guest on 14/06/17, 08:44 pm

KeeperCommander wrote:
Zizou wrote:
taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

Yes, risk is always a factor, but a true evaluation of your young player comes with risk.
Ok who hacked Z's account and wrote a grammatically correct post with everything spelled correctly. BW?

I wouldn't touch his account using your keyboard KC... affraid

I'm thinking his DD figured out his password again and cleaned it up for him. Twisted Evil

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Post by CBTeamworks on 14/06/17, 09:05 pm

taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

I think waiting for a kid to dominate the league is waiting too long.

I would recommend getting on a better team if a player is in the top third of their current team. Give them a new challenge, higher level players to play with and the ability to play together at a higher speed.

If a player is in the bottom third of their team for more than one year then I'd recommend that they find a lesser competitive team where they'll get more playing time and greater enjoyment from the game.

Small clubs have good coaches but they operate at a disadvantage. Less teams per age group for your player to play into. Less club player pass options for small clubs. Less options like JDL, ECNL and DA.

It's all about finding the right fit. If you go out for a tryout and the coach doesn't show you any love then they're either too full (meaning she'll get little playing time if she makes it) or she's borderline to make it and the coach is waiting for the possibility of a better player to come along. It's getting late in the process with teams filling up already so options are fewer than 2-4 weeks ago but there are still good options out there at various levels. Need to look around and attend several practices/scrimmages with numerous teams. Try to guest play as much as you can because it's the best way for a coach to see what your player has.
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Post by RightWingDad on 14/06/17, 09:07 pm

I think BBB's daughter needs to get his posts cleaned up. Hey, there's an idea. A soccer forum for our DD's. Snap Chat Forum, or Instaforum.
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Post by KeeperCommander on 15/06/17, 07:29 am

CBTeamworks wrote:
taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

I think waiting for a kid to dominate the league is waiting too long.

I would recommend getting on a better team if a player is in the top third of their current team. Give them a new challenge, higher level players to play with and the ability to play together at a higher speed.

If a player is in the bottom third of their team for more than one year then I'd recommend that they find a lesser competitive team where they'll get more playing time and greater enjoyment from the game.

Small clubs have good coaches but they operate at a disadvantage. Less teams per age group for your player to play into. Less club player pass options for small clubs. Less options like JDL, ECNL and DA.

It's all about finding the right fit. If you go out for a tryout and the coach doesn't show you any love then they're either too full (meaning she'll get little playing time if she makes it) or she's borderline to make it and the coach is waiting for the possibility of a better player to come along. It's getting late in the process with teams filling up already so options are fewer than 2-4 weeks ago but there are still good options out there at various levels. Need to look around and attend several practices/scrimmages with numerous teams. Try to guest play as much as you can because it's the best way for a coach to see what your player has.
It's funny the new article about Pulisic says to keep your kid where they can handle the ball the most and that doesn't always mean go to a big club or to a club with a high level of play.

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Post by CBTeamworks on 15/06/17, 07:42 am

KeeperCommander wrote:
CBTeamworks wrote:
taborskulner wrote:the elitism on this board in general is humorous.
if your kid is good your coach will tell you
until your kid is dominating your league and far superior to anyone on your team stay put
otherwise youre risking putting your kid in over their heads

I think waiting for a kid to dominate the league is waiting too long.

I would recommend getting on a better team if a player is in the top third of their current team. Give them a new challenge, higher level players to play with and the ability to play together at a higher speed.

If a player is in the bottom third of their team for more than one year then I'd recommend that they find a lesser competitive team where they'll get more playing time and greater enjoyment from the game.

Small clubs have good coaches but they operate at a disadvantage. Less teams per age group for your player to play into. Less club player pass options for small clubs. Less options like JDL, ECNL and DA.

It's all about finding the right fit. If you go out for a tryout and the coach doesn't show you any love then they're either too full (meaning she'll get little playing time if she makes it) or she's borderline to make it and the coach is waiting for the possibility of a better player to come along. It's getting late in the process with teams filling up already so options are fewer than 2-4 weeks ago but there are still good options out there at various levels. Need to look around and attend several practices/scrimmages with numerous teams. Try to guest play as much as you can because it's the best way for a coach to see what your player has.
It's funny the new article about Pulisic says to keep your kid where they can handle the ball the most and that doesn't always mean go to a big club or to a club with a high level of play.
I'd love to read that article if you can find it.

I can see how playing as the top player on a team can improve control (dribble and skill) but it will hinder the passing game and mental pace because the lesser teammates are more focused on their own control rather than opening up to the next open spot so even upper level players will get used to a slower pace of play in their heads. They won't look for a more aggressive pass because their lesser teammate is never their to receive it. Put her on the higher team and the other greater players are ready and waiting and waiting and waiting for the aggressive pass before the window closes.

The Pulisic theory would play into the thought that very good players can benefit from CPP down to lesser teams which I typically find little justification for.
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Post by KeeperCommander on 15/06/17, 08:39 am

Much of the info is the same but it was a different article.

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