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We are a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the youth in the community by fostering in them the principle of fair play, good sportsmanship, competitive spirit, tolerance and friendship. The purpose of the organization is to achieve these goals by offering opportunity, participation and competition to all of the youth of our community. More specifically, our objective is to provide soccer players in Anne Arundel the opportunity to play soccer at the appropriate skill level.
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IN ONE OF THESE THREE PROGRAMS
These players play on A3 teams against teams from elsewhere in A.A. County. Normally half of the games are in A3 and half are away. County play features recreational soccer and equitable game participation for all players in a more formal competitive environment than intramural play. The county league is divided into one-year age groups (U9, U10, U11, etc.) with each age group having multiple divisions broken out by skill level. Everyone will be placed on a team.
*U8 is an option for Spring Only*
A3's travel teams play in the NCSL, WAGS, BBSL, and CMSSL, traveling throughout the Washington-Baltimore metro area and sometimes beyond. NCSL and WAGS teams have tryouts in May/June and the teams are together for the entire fall and spring seasons - August through July. The BBSL and CMSSL teams are formed for either the entire year (fall and spring) or season-by-season based on team needs. Minor fluctuations to team's roster are sometimes made before the spring season due to changes in team dynamics. Generally, new travel teams will not be formed for the spring season. Registered players not selected for a "select team" will be placed on an appropriate county team.
last updated 03/24/2012
A3 Soccer is proud to partner with Coerver Coaching of Maryland. Click on the image to see their website.
A3 Soccer & adidas
A partnership based on
tradition and excellence
age groupings are formed by the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and
Maryland State Youth Soccer Association (MSYSA).
FALL 2011 -
U10 08/01/2001 - 07/31/2002
U09 08/01/2002 - 07/31/2003
U08 08/01/2003 - 11/01/2004
plays in the Spring season only
08/01/2004 - 07/31/2006
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