Looking for more details about AZSC and what the Tryout process is all about?
AZSC is hosting tryouts starting this week! This week, we will host tryouts in Queen Creek and Chandler on Tuesday and Thursday. These tryouts will be for new players only. Please register below to be contacted by a coach for an invite to an evaluation session.
Tryouts in Gilbert will begin next week and will only be for players that have registered.
Registration is open for Gilbert, Queen Creek location, and Chandler. Be sure to register in the program you are interested in!
If you are a new player interested in Thunder, please reach out to the head coach of the team and if you have any video of games, skills, etc, please send as well.
We have an example of some technical activities we are looking for in the videos. Click here for an example skills video.
Link to the coaching list and contact info for each coach can be found to the left.
Any questions, please reach out to our Director of Coaching, Lindsey Johnson at Lindsey.Johnson@arizonasoccerclub.com
The Arizona Soccer Club Academy and Thunder programs are the fastest growing programs in the state of Arizona.
We are proud to be a player development based club with the emphasis on individual and team development. We value developing the four pillars and creating the total player.
The following information details the Arizona Soccer Club's Training Programs philosophy on the topic of player development and winning.
Player development and winning are often seen as two mutually exclusive concepts, with common perception being that one should be favored over the other. It is the Arizona Soccer Club's position that if the former is approached correctly, then the latter will evolve naturally.
Negative issues arise when the importance of winning is emphasized over that of player development. Focus is taken away from the evolution of the player and placed solely on the pursuit of positive short-term results.
Clubs can foster an appropriate balance in this equation by employing a player-centered philosophy, as opposed to one which is solely results-orientated