Seattle United’s program offerings use a variety of training methods and experienced coaches to maximize player performance. By exposing our players to different methods, different coaches and different programs, we aim to create well-rounded and experienced athletes.  The supplemental training programs that are offered year-round are a big part of our player development.

While some of our programs are directed at currently registered Seattle United players, some of our programs (our Player Development Academy, for example) are exclusively for rec-level players within the Seattle Youth Soccer Association.  Please make sure to read each program description thoroughly.

Please note:  our PDA is very popular and regularly sells out. Our registrar maintains a waiting list, and players on the wait list will be assigned a spot if one becomes available.

If you have questions, please contact
Programs Director George Vukic.
George Vukic
All registration questions and requests
for refunds should be directed to club
registrar Paige Blomsø.
Paige Blomsø

Medical Release Form

Washington Youth Soccer, the Seattle Youth Soccer Association and Seattle United require that all players have a current medical release form on hand at all events.  Both new and returning players will need to bring a completely filled out, signed copy of the form with them to tryouts and submit at check in.
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College Fit Finder

Seattle United has partnered with College Fit Finder, who will assist all Seattle United high school age players and families with navigating the college selection process. All SU players that reach HS age will receive more information.