Thursday, April 2, 2015

U12 Girls Youth Soccer in Region 1


These young women have a year of 11 v. 11 under their belts and are ready to show what they can do. Across the 12 states of U.S. Youth Soccer Region 1, there are some impressive club teams who are a lot of fun to watch.


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Anonymous said...

@ 12:35 if the 400 dollars difference is going to be a financial hardship for you do not under any circumstances have your daughter try out for TSF, for others (especially in North Jersey), it is a reasonable option.

You seem to be quite certain that the team is sinking, come back to me in a year's time and let me know if has sunk, I am certain you will be wrong.

But, what I do not understand why you have such vitriol for the club, clearly something happened, I wonder what?

Anonymous said...

TSF at U-11 is a dirty team. As soon as they get beat, they grab and try to kick players legs out.

Anonymous said...

@117 your team must have not fared well at pda tournament considering both tsf 11 and 12 won their brackets. refs will call a dirty team, that won't fly and you know it. go cry somewhere else and take your lies and misinformation with you.

Anonymous said...

My daughter was there at u-11. She came home after her practice and told me she learned about professional fouls. I never heard of them so she explained that's what you do so the other team can't score. Nice job TSF. Teaching 11 yr. olds how to play dirty.

Anonymous said...

Why all the talk about tsf? The club is a nothing girls club. I will be the first to admit they have a strong competitive team at this age howrver the sinking ship WILL eventually start its way to the bottom floor in no time. I'm not saying this to stir up anything but the facts don't lie. They have no good teams from the ages of u13-u18. They don't a good job getting young girls part of their training groups and forming teams with u8s - u12s but parents eventually wake up and realize there is nothing special about paying 2,800 for something average which is why all the talent ends up leaving. Honestly go watch all their older teams, whenever they play any good competition they basically sit on top of their own 18 and pray for a counter attack or a tie. Somebody said it once already but this is a boys program- yes they don't well creating teams for the girls side but where is the end product? No decent player stays with tsf- they stay at the young ages as its still "Stacey gets to play with her friends" and " its right around the corner" .. That will soon go away.

Again, not trying to bash tsf but just look at older age groups to see whether or not its worth bring part of a club. Tsf obviously has teams (every club does) but those teams are very average to say the least.

Anonymous said...

149 and where do they go?

Anonymous said...

Any where that there is an actual track record

Tsf have no track record what so ever with the older teams. Their alliance/partnership with the Valkries is nothing worth watching. Tsf have nothing to stand for with the girls program. I'm sorry.. It is what it is.

Anonymous said...

1:17 tsf's U12s play the same way.

Anonymous said...

Give it a rest. Yes tsf will still have a team come later down the road the level of that team will not be where you are not within the state. Bottom line, good level team now, nothing will show for it come 13 14 yrs old as it will soon dissolve when better players leave and you get another change of coach even though you already have a style of kick and run so it will be hard to stop no matter what coach steps in

Anonymous said...

So again, where do they go, the talented ones that are leaving ?

Anonymous said...

Why all this talk about TSF, who do they play next in EDP or State. Makes me wonder if people try to stir the pot before big games.

Anonymous said...

You really don't know STUFF. You lost credibility with the cost. its 3500. No 3200. No not that either. Aside from WC I wouldn't say any of these teams are great. Sdfc doesn't even have a u14 currently.

Anonymous said...

TSF 12's are extremely nasty.. Sad they are taught to foul like that at 11/12 years old. Hate when my daughter has to play them. You need a suit of armor.

Anonymous said...

not tsf parent, but a top team or thereabouts. we have great girls and our coach absolutely teaches about professional fouls. professional foul is not dirty play but part of soccer. you get stuck 1v1 with some speedster who makes a move and gets a round you, you do a quick grab of the jersey, you step into the body, nothing to hurt someone, but to disrupt the play hopefyully not getting a foul and if so thats a professional foul. smashing knees , grabbing jerseys at every corner wrecklessly, elbows at someone's face. thats nasty play and not professional, thats unprofessional. professional fouls are important and part of the gqame. if you never played, you wouldnt know. but distinguish between the two. our kids are as sweet and great kids as they come and they are taught the difference.

Anonymous said...

I assume somebody was cut from tsf and there is a parent that can't let it go already. Move on.

Anonymous said...

6.05
that is ridiculous. Your encouraging dirty play whether the fouls are professional or not, Little girls should not be taught that. They should be taught a love of the game and good sportsmanship.
Why do you think teams hate to play TSF? And TSF doesn't cut anybody. They are sent to the "development" squad.

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