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Seattle United celebrates our Washington Youth Soccer Founders Cup champions!

Congratulations to the South G03 Blue team, coached by Ashlie Pruitt, and the Shoreline B99 Blue team, coached by Branden Deluca. Both teams capped off fantastic seasons by hoisting the Washington Youth Soccer Founders Cup Championship trophy!

Also, congratulations to ALL Seattle United teams that made it to the semi-finals and championship games. You have all represented our club in a GREAT way! We can't wait to get see you all back on the field and back in the hunt next season!
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TRYOUTS!

It's that time of year again for the older boys! Seattle United BU16-18 (B99-97) tryouts are set for February 25 and 26th, all to be held at Shoreline A/B. Registration will be open soon on our website.

Feb 25 & 26 (@ Shoreline A/B):
BU16 - 5-6:30pm
BU17/18 - 7-8:30pm
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If you don't have your tickets yet for the SU Gala on Jan. 31, make sure to get them today! This was a great event last year and promises to be again this year. There will be food, drinks, fantastic auction items, and dancing (mandatory for all coaches!), all at the beautiful Seattle Marriott Waterfront.

All details can be found on the club website. Hope to see you there!
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1. Access to the highest levels of competition ensures exposure and development

Teams compete in the region’s highest-level competitions, including the Regional Club League, Northwest Champions League, Far West Regional League, and North Puget Sound League. Players are also offered access to ECNL and USSDA (Academy) teams.

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2. Unique mobility between select and premier teams supports player growth

Multiple playing levels are offered for each gender and age, providing players with the opportunity to move from team to team. This ensures play at the best level for them to develop while staying within one club.

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3. Neighborhood teams save travel time, but benefit from club resources

At the select level, teams are based in one of four Seattle regions, reducing travel to training sessions. These teams take advantage of local spirit, while benefiting from the infrastructure of Seattle’s only US Youth Soccer club.

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4. Dozens of supplementary programs develop technical skills

Players may access year-round programs in a variety of areas, from finishing to agility to possession and goalkeeping. A unique affiliation with UW Sports Medicine includes athletic training and injury prevention programs, while partnership with West Ham provides advanced training and identification opportunities.

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5. Structure attracts and empowers the best professional coaches

The area’s finest coaches come to Seattle United because it offers significant training and administrative support, advancement opportunities and highly-competitive benefits. A two team per coach limit enables enhanced focus on their teams.

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6. Player tuition options and aid fits family budgets

Fees are tailored by age and level of play to ensure affordability for Seattle United families. Year-round fundraising efforts drive a $100,000 per year financial aid program that ensures access for all players.

  • “It is no secret that Seattle is a hotbed of soccer at all levels. We have great professional teams, college soccer programs that consistently play in the national tournaments and a vibrant youth soccer scene that rivals any region in the country. Quite frankly, Seattle United provides the city with a strong select/premier soccer club whose benefits will be seen and felt for years to come. Seattle United not only gives the soccer-loving kids of Seattle the opportunity to play at the highest level possible, but we also strive to teach our players how to be good human beings on and off the field. We want to develop great players AND great people.”

    – Jason Farrell
    Technical Director

  • “In a short period of time, Seattle United has become part of the fabric of Seattle itself. Seattle United kids represent every neighborhood of the city, every economic strata, and nearly every public and private school citywide. In short, our club is as diverse as our own great city. Our players are united when they put on their uniforms, and that sense of community is not only shared by our families, but is something that they regularly tell me that they appreciate and value. I am humbled to be a part of what is happening at Seattle United.”

    – Kevin Long
    Executive Director

  • “Its been a real pleasure to see Seattle United grow as a club. We are very lucky to be in such a soccer rich city. I am very proud of the results achieved on the field, but the most impressive aspect of the club is the community that has been created in such a short period of time. With well over 130 teams Seattle United will continue to be an instrumental club in Washington youth soccer.”

    – Jimmy McAlister
    Director of Coaching

West Ham United

Seattle United partner West Ham United has one of the most prestigious youth academies in the world. Our players and coaches will both enjoy the benefits of this unique relationship.

Player Pathway

Our Player Pathway document will help you navigate the various program offerings and team levels within SYSA, Seattle United and Washington Youth Soccer.

Adidas Premier Club

Seattle United is an Adidas Premier Club. Our players, families and staff all enjoy the benefits of this partnership.

Regional Map

Seattle United forms Regional Select teams in each of the four regional sections of the city.

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