St. Louis Lions 2019 Open Tryouts | WPSL

St. Louis Lions 2019 Open Tryouts | WPSL

St. Louis Lions will be holding open tryouts for the upcoming WPSL season.

Dates

Tryouts will be held February 23 & 24, 2019.

Check in will be 11:30am / Tryouts will run from 12-4pm.

(Additional tryouts may be scheduled due to division 1 player restrictions or player invite.)

Location

Women’s tryouts will be held at St. Dominic HS in O’Fallon, Missouri. 31 St Dominic Dr, O’Fallon, MO 63366

Cost

$100

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About the St. Louis Lions

Champion Sports Management, Inc., owner of the St. Louis Lions of the Premier Development League (PDL) is excited to announce the addition of a Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) team for the 2018 season. Champions Sports Management was founded in 2005 by St. Louis soccer legend Tony Glavin and his partners to provide a professional setting for players that desire to excel and develop their soccer careers. The addition of a WPSL franchise will build on this mission.

“I’m very excited about adding the women’s side to our St. Louis Lions. Finally we feel we’re close to accomplishing the goal I set out when I started the youth program many years ago. This will be a great opportunity for many young women to participate from our local high school, colleges and youth clubs, not only in the St. Charles area but the entire St Louis region. This will also provide great entertainment for all in the St. Charles/St Louis area by providing a chance to see these great young athletes perform at the highest amateur level in the country. With the growth of women’s soccer, St Louis will produce many fine young women athletes to be role models to the youth players in the area

The WPSL is an independent national league whose main focus is on the development of highly competitive premier women’s soccer teams. The league has over 100 clubs participating from all over the United States. The WPSL makes every effort to bring quality soccer to all levels of the community and to promote the stature of female athletes as role models for our youth.