Super Y Tryouts -Saturday January 27: 10am-12pm
For competitive Summer soccer
Dates: June - August (July 4th week is off)
Location: Home games Gary Pirkle Park (6195 Austin Garner Rd Sugar Hill 30518) Approx. two weekend trips for away games
Registration fees: $400
Practice: 2 times per week with 1 - 2 games each weekend
Division winners earn a ticket to Nationals and individuals can earn selections to Regional and National ID Camps. ( During the 2016 Summer Super Y league, two of our Super Y U16 Boys were nominated for National Pool; one received an invitation and attended the USL Experience with San Antonio FC in March 2017)
U10 - U17: Jamie Muenster
U10 - U17: Mario Quintana
Super Y Director - Mark MacKain
Training – Training location for Super Y teams will be out of GARY PIRKLE PARK.
Teams will train twice per week, starting June 15TH through END OF July, with the exception of the week of July 4th.
Games – teams will be scheduled 10 games and they will be played over weekends during June/July.
Roster Size – with regards to roster size, teams will carry larger than normal size teams to allow for flexibility with summer commitments (vacation, soccer camps, etc) while still allowing players remaining in town the numbers to hold effective team sessions for development.
Join All IN during the Super Y summer season to:
1 - Stay sharp and improve your skills.
2 - Get a different coaching perspective to help further develop your child
3 - Get summer long training and game environment.
4 - Be identified by the ODP regional scouting. This gives players a chance to be recognized.
Why Super Y?
Development is about playing top-level soccer and playing in challenging environments where the mind has to adapt. Players will have the opportunity to play with and against top players and teams. It allows the players a chance to be seen and handpicked by scouts and coaches for the ODP regionals.
ALL-IN Fütbol Club at Sugar Hill is proud to announce their acceptance into the USL's Super Y League. This 15 year old program boasts over 100 clubs nationwide and in Canada which participate in ODP Programs, College ID Camps and vie for National Championships in 14 age groups.
"I'm very pleased about our inclusion in this program, says All In's Executive Director Mark MacKain. While running Atlanta Fire United's program for 8 years, we saw vast improvement from our players, sent over 75 players to National Camp, qualified 28 teams to Nationals and brought home 2 National Championships. I intend to continue that same level of success from our teams and for our players over the next several years."
Visit: www.allinfc.com to register or call 770.335.1341 for answers to any additional questions