And away we go...Liverpool posts June 6 and 7 tryout dates.

SoulTrain

BRONZE
Are fields even going to be open by June 6 and 7?

>>Tryouts Boys & Girls 2002-2014 June 6 & 7<<
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THE LIVERPOOL WAY
While the development of players is at the core of our philosophy, we have always believed that we have a responsibility for the all-round education of our young players as we prepare them not only for football but for life after football – a truly holistic approach. To play or work for LFC is a great honor.

We are now serving four locations across Southern California. Choose the one that’s best for your player and discover why we are the best choice in the Southland.
NEWPORT MESA >>
Corona Del Mar, Costa Mesa & surrounding communities

IRVINE >>
Tustin, Santa Ana & surrounding communities

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA >>
Mission Viejo, Foothill Ranch and surrounding communities

CYPRESS >>
Los Alamitos, Seal Beach & surrounding communities


 

jpeter

PREMIER
Are fields even going to be open by June 6 and 7?

>>Tryouts Boys & Girls 2002-2014 June 6 & 7<<
Select a location below
THE LIVERPOOL WAY
While the development of players is at the core of our philosophy, we have always believed that we have a responsibility for the all-round education of our young players as we prepare them not only for football but for life after football – a truly holistic approach. To play or work for LFC is a great honor.

We are now serving four locations across Southern California. Choose the one that’s best for your player and discover why we are the best choice in the Southland.
NEWPORT MESA >>
Corona Del Mar, Costa Mesa & surrounding communities

IRVINE >>
Tustin, Santa Ana & surrounding communities

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA >>
Mission Viejo, Foothill Ranch and surrounding communities

CYPRESS >>
Los Alamitos, Seal Beach & surrounding communities


Will confirm once fields are open o_O

Send location...

Oh this is your tryout, virtually we take $$

 

Grace T.

PREMIER
Are fields even going to be open by June 6 and 7?
For permitting? Unlikely. Even then there will be restrictions on numbers of people present so while team practices may be possible at first (maybe even in small pods at first), and then games (maybe with parents missing), cattle call tryouts are unlikely to get the nod by any municipality as early as June.
 

jpeter

PREMIER
For permitting? Unlikely. Even then there will be restrictions on numbers of people present so while team practices may be possible at first (maybe even in small pods at first), and then games (maybe with parents missing), cattle call tryouts are unlikely to get the nod by any municipality as early as June.
Don't worry they will be sending location...

Some rich private property when you have a nice view, you're kid won't break a sweat, and you just have to hand over a bag of cash with gloves on before you exit the gates.

 

Eagle33

GOLD
Don't worry they will be sending location...

Some rich private property when you have a nice view, you're kid won't break a sweat, and you just have to hand over a bag of cash with gloves on before you exit the gates.

The irony of this - it's exactly how it will happen.
 
I put Surf Cup in this category of tone deafness and wishful thinking too. Already asking for club's tournament registration fees for end of July. I don't see how a contact sport in a tournament setting can be safely run in 2-3 months. Individual sports---swimming, tennis, golf, track, etc.---much more likely.
 

Eagle33

GOLD
I put Surf Cup in this category of tone deafness and wishful thinking too. Already asking for club's tournament registration fees for end of July. I don't see how a contact sport in a tournament setting can be safely run in 2-3 months. Individual sports---swimming, tennis, golf, track, etc.---much more likely.
With restrictions cities are putting into place, I don't see how ANY contact sports tournaments will happen in 2020. I do believe single games are possible, but not multiple games.
 

Frank

GOLD
You do see that they are playing baseball in Korea and China now? MLB is supposed to release their plan soon. There is a Budesliga game coming up that is happening. UFC has a fight this weekend. Sports are coming back with likely some restrictions. Governer Gruesome can't keep the public at bay that much longer.
 

Grace T.

PREMIER
Sports are coming back with likely some restrictions. Governer Gruesome can't keep the public at bay that much longer.
Yeah, but one of the restrictions will be minimizing the number of people present. So doubt in the next months they'll permit the cattle call tryouts or the tournaments at least in Cali.
 
Doesn't hurt to advertise it. They can always cancel/reschedule.
This is better than some clubs offering "virtual" tryouts where they want you send them your physical traits and a video of you juggling and shooting.
 
our kids are not professional athletes. if fans are restricted at stadiums, they certainly will not be allowed at polo fields around hundreds of children. social distancing is here through summer. You can play golf that way and surf, but not soccer games (modified practices, yes).
 

Copa9

SILVER ELITE
You do see that they are playing baseball in Korea and China now? MLB is supposed to release their plan soon. There is a Budesliga game coming up that is happening. UFC has a fight this weekend. Sports are coming back with likely some restrictions. Governer Gruesome can't keep the public at bay that much longer.
And, how many people died in China? Maybe 4,600 out of a population of 1.4 billion. They certainly contained the virus. South Korea has a population of about 52 million and had under 300 deaths from Covid-19. It doesn't surprise me they are starting to play baseball again. The US has had over 75,000 deaths from covid-19 and the number is still climbing.
 

Grace T.

PREMIER
Doesn't hurt to advertise it. They can always cancel/reschedule.
This is better than some clubs offering "virtual" tryouts where they want you send them your physical traits and a video of you juggling and shooting.
For youngers, esp.the boys, that might work. If you pick a team based on age/height, speed with a running sample, juggling (tells you basic ball handling and if both feet or even if just a lefty), and shooting (since the best approach to scoring is shoot over the keeper with a cannon leg), you could put together a decent squad. It's pretty much the AYSO Extras/United approach.

For the olders it's harder due to specialization. Most decent players can juggle. Their passing is more important, then ball handling. Shooting tells you only about the attackers, not about the defenders. None of that helps with a keeper or CB.
 

ChrisD

SILVER
restriction would be no parents on sidelines for awhile-- a coaches dream really!
Im sure I'll be pretty busy filming tons of games this year
WINK WINK
 

Grace T.

PREMIER
restriction would be no parents on sidelines for awhile-- a coaches dream really!
Im sure I'll be pretty busy filming tons of games this year
WINK WINK
At least the early data would seem to support this. There's some controversy over the studies, but it seems its harder for children to spread to each other or parents (we won't know for sure until the data from the European schools that are reopening emerges). It may be because they carry a lower viral load. But kids can definitely get it from adults and while masks on adults might reduce particle spread, given the resistance in some sectors to wearing masks, and given we knowing yelling can project the virus, I think the health authorities will eventually agree with you.
 
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