Players simply register to play soccer from late Summer into Fall. Teams are coached by volunteer coaches who receive training from the club's USSF A Licensed trainer, Andrew Ziemer. Seasons typically include ten (10) games and team training twice per week.
Players attend tryouts in May in hopes of making a competitive team, coached by staff with higher coaching education. Teams compete all year long (with breaks) at Silver- through Premier/State levels. For more information on the Competitive Program please visit Roseville Premier website.
RYSC offers a wide variety of development camps for all age and skill levels throughout the year and are taught by Andrew Ziemer and his highly credentialed staff.
The Roseville Youth Soccer Club (RYSC) is a non-profit, volunteer based organization that supports over 3,800 youth soccer playing members in Roseville, and surrounding, communities.
The RYSC Mission:
Our mission is that no player will be denied the ability to play soccer based on financial hardship, their ethnicity, or their background.
The RYSC Club Vision:
To provide the best youth soccer program that serves all levels of players, consistent with our core values.
Our Philosophy is simple:
Provide a fun and safe environment which encourages the love and respect for the game of soccer. When we focus on the development of players, then players are judged not by wins and losses, but by their talent, skill & work ethic. This produces well-rounded athletes, on and off the field.