Tryout Request Form
The SBU Academy combines competitive soccer and academics to put student-athletes on track for future success.

To schedule a tryout please complete the information below and one of our staff will be in touch to let you know of the next possible tryout. Formal tryouts are held each June; however, players may be invited to tryout on a rolling basis when space is available. If Academy teams are full, you can also look into registering for our recreational league, which often serves as the entry program for many of our Academy student-athletes: southbronxunited.org/register.

By requesting a tryout, you are affirming that you would be able to commit to the requirements of the SBU Academy, which includes at least 2 days each week of academic programming (afternoon or evening) in addition to soccer training and games.

First Name (Player) *
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Last Name (Player) *
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Date of Birth *
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Gender *
Your Phone Number
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Street Address *
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City *
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Zip Code *
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Email
Please be aware this is our primary way of getting in touch so please be sure to check it.
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School *
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Grade *
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Parent/Guardian Full Name *
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Parent's Phone Number *
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Parent's Phone Number 2
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Previous Soccer Experience *
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Do you receive free or reduced price lunch in school? *
Do you participate in any other out of school programs? If so, what program(s)?
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If there is not room on the travel teams, would you be interested in participating in our recreational league? *
The recreational league hosts weekly games in a non competitive, fun environment
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
In order to be eligible for our programs youth should meet the below listed eligibility requirements. In cases of extenuating circumstances or an inability to fill roster spots we may accept someone that does meet all requirements:

1. Student lives within our program area of the Bronx, Harlem, Washington Heights, or Inwood.
2. Student demonstrates financial need.
3. Student demonstrates a programmatic need (does not have access to comparable academic and/or recreational out of school programs).
4. Student is enrolled in a K-12 school or in the process of enrolling with our or another org's help. *Age eligiblie college students may be accepted in some circumstances
5. Student is able to commit to the full SBU Academy program: soccer, academics, character development

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