Super Summer League (U9-U23)
After the exciting Youth Academy during the Fall and Spring Season, the Houston Dutch Lions FC will host the Super Summer League for players age U9/10 – U23. The Houston Dutch Lions FC youth teams playing in the Super Summer League will train three times per week with either a Dutch, UEFA certified, Youth Academy Coach or a Dutch Lions FC NPSL player (all top level college players.)
The Super Summer League will be an eight-game summer season in which another important step in player development will be taken. The official games of the Super Summer League will take place at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility, where technical improvement is guaranteed through the two state of the art artificial turf fields. Click here to apply for the 2017 season!
An Enriched Summer Soccer Program
In addition to the official games, the Houston Dutch Lions FC youth teams will play friendly games. With adding a U10, U12, U14 and U16 team to our summer program, we will have a huge opportunity to develop our current Youth Academy players, and players from the outside, more quickly to a higher level. These teams will be trained and coached by great teachers of the game who will give the players the tools they need to bring their game to a higher level.
We are thrilled to complete our player development pyramid, and we are looking forward to an amazing summer! We are accepting ‘new players’ to experience our way of training every week. If interested in the Super Summer League, players are encouraged to contact Technical Director, Marco Pruis. The Houston Dutch Lions FC will invite you for a try-out (held at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility during every practice night.) If accepted, the fee will be $275 per player (excluding clothing package of $60, mandatory for new players). Click here to apply for the 2017 season!
All teams (U10/U12/U14/U16/U18) train three times per week, 90 minutes per session.
To learn more about the Houston Dutch Lions FC Super Summer League, contact our Technical Director, Marco Pruis.