Registration runs mid-summer through the fall and is typically closed by the end of November. Coaches like to start forming teams in the fall. Team registrations and rosters are submitted to Vermont Soccer Association (VSA) in early December for Division 1 and February for Division 2 & 3. Preseason training, Sunday at the Vergennes Union High School, starts in December and ends the end of March. The season starts with training at least twice a week starting in April. The league matches begin May and are played into the end of June. Teams play one or two matches on each weekend, and most teams also play in one or three tournaments depending on age group.
Remember those growth charts that measured your children’s heights at different ages? Create something similar each sports season, measuring their progress, just as you did with the growth chart, against their former selves.
Addison United strongly encourages players to play only within their age group and discourages playing in the next higher age group. Higher-caliber players playing within their age group have the opportunity to provide leadership to their peers while benefiting from the constraints imposed on the game for players their age. For example, the maximum number of players allowed on the field during games differs across age groups, and the length of the games varies, too. Both are in recognition of the players’ maturation process, as well as the psychological effects of playing with and against players who are the same age.
Exceptions to this policy are at the sole discretion of the Coaching Directors. A player may be asked to attend the tryout/practice for the higher age group, if and only if there are roster shortages at that higher age level.
Players may not be offered a spot on a team in the next higher age group due to a variety of factors. As such, no explanation will be given if a player is not offered a spot on the team in the next higher age group and attended the tryout/practice for the higher age group. The player’s participation in the correct age group will not be affected.
*Addison United holds the right to move players into another age group or division if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the club.
Addison United Soccer Club certified AT
Addison United Soccer Club is committed to injury prevention, and moreover, treatment for all our soccer players. We introduced athletic training coverage this Spring 2016 at the Vergennes Union High School (VUHS). We have contracted with PT360 to provide certified AT (Certified Athletic Training) coverage for our soccer athletes twice a week. Service will be available twice a week during spring practice season. A schedule will be posted on the AUSC website.
Services will primarily be consulting services for injury evaluation and assessments, concussion management, rehabilitation recommendations, and return to play decisions. Addison United athletes will only be permitted to see the certified AT during the allotted time. Please plan accordingly, when coming from another Addison United practice venue. The certified AT will communicate any visit/activity to the player’s coach. The coach will talk to the parent.
If parents wish to follow up with PT360 they can contact them directly. PT360 will provide general liability and professional liability for services rendered under the agreement, specifically all services of their PT360 certified AT.
If you do not wish for your child to be seen by our certified AT, please contact your coach.
For more details, please review the resource linked
- See the Registration page for details on team costs.
- See the Levels of Play page for details on the Vermont Soccer League division that the AUSC participates in.
- See the Tryouts & Team Selection page for information regarding placement on a particular team.
- See the Uniforms & Required Equipment page for uniform order forms and a list of what to bring to practices and games.