Uniforms – Magic City Soccer Club

Uniforms

2017 SPRING TEAM UNIFORMS – COMPETITIVE

 

 ** COMPETITIVE UNIFORM INFORMATION ** 

 Magic City Soccer Uniform Sale 2016 #2

  • Deadline:

    This will be the only time to order your Magic City uniforms.

    • Sale will close 1/4/2017, any orders placed after this date will be subject to a $20 late charge

    • If ordering for more than one player in your family, please place individual orders for each

    • At the end of the ordering process, you will need to provide a team and age group for your player and their number.

    • Uniform sizing samples are available for try-on at 24 24th St W next to Hobby Lobby.

    • Orders will be processed after the sale closes

    Pickup will be later than the originally placed orders, and will be ready the first week of April

    • You will receive an email when your order is ready.

    • Remember the last date to order is 1/4/17

    https://magiccitysoccer16.itemorder.com/sale

 

  • Red Jersey
  • White Jersey
  • Red Short
  • White Short
  • Red Sock
  • White Sock
Bundle Includes:
  • Red Jersey
  • White Jersey
  • Red Short
  • White Short
  • Red Sock
  • White Sock
Bundle Price:

$137.00

Embroidered Apparel

Embroidered Apparel

    • Under Armour Men's/Youth Futbolista Jacket

    • Under Armour Women's Black/Graphite/White Futbolista Jacket

    • Under Armour Men’s/Youth Futbolista 2.0 Pant

 

U16 Boys White 2016 Spring Team – Magic City Soccer Club

U16 Boys White 2016 Spring Team

Coach:  Jeremy DeHerrera

Players names are listed alphabetically by first name.

A. Jared B
Belina N
Benjamin M
Caden S
Caleb Bom
Caleb Bor
Camden E
Cody G
Dylan B
Dylan S
Foster B
Isaac M
Jason M
Kyler H
Logan T
Lucas G
Luke N
Noah S
Nolan H
Ryan C

 

U15 Girls White 2016 Spring Team – Magic City Soccer Club

U15 Girls White 2016 Spring Team

Coach:  Ally Stroup

Players are listed alphabetically by first name.  If your name is not on this list, please check the U16 Girls White team (combined 15/16 team.)

Amaya W
Blair S
Devyn R
Halle L
Jordan R
Julia S
Kendal HA
Kendall HE
Lydia B
Mackenzie W
Madison W
Melissa D
Mylee L
Nichole U
Tailoranne Y
Zoie A

U15 Boys White 2016 Spring Team – Magic City Soccer Club

U15 Boys White 2016 Spring Team

Coach:  Grady Bryson

Player names are listed alphabetically by first name.

 

Aldan C
Andrew T
Caleb W
Connor H
Dalton A
Dawson G
Hayden B
Isaac N
Jacob N
Jacob T
Jaxon W
Logan L
Micah A
Parker M
Reese L
Rylan L
Samuel C
Sean C
Sean T
Zachariah H

Regional Tournaments – Magic City Soccer Club

Regional Tournaments

Registering for an Out-Of-State Competitive Tournament:

Once a team has made a commitment to attend an out-of-state tournament, the following needs to be completed 30 days prior to the tournament. If you are traveling to CANADA or outside the USA, travel papers must be completed 90 days prior to the tournament.

Contact your club’s registrar for current information regarding traveling to out of state tournaments.  Traveling teams outside the USA must contact Karen Grenager at 406-649-6283 or momsocc@aol.com for forms and instructions.

MYSA USYS Team Travel

Neighboring State Permission To Play

Out-Of-Town Travel Reimbursement

USYSA Travel Policy

2015 Northern Classic Soccer Tournament – Magic City Soccer Club

2015 Northern Classic Soccer Tournament

Magic City Soccer Club and Montana Youth Soccer are joining up to host the first Northern Classic Soccer Tournament in Billings on June 25-28, 2015. The participants in this regional tournament will be State Cup winners from Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. The inaugural tournament will feature boys and girls divisions in U13, U14, U15, U16 and U18 in a four team bracket. It will have round robin pool play with a championship game in each division.

Northern Classic Hotel Info

Switching the point of Attack – Magic City Soccer Club

Switching the point of Attack

What does a Coach mean when he/she says to switch the point of attack?

 

Switching the point of attack is a strategy that players use to play away from pressure, break pressure and advance the ball. The basic premise of switching the point of attack is to create space faster than the opponent can deny space. This is why you will hear coaches ask players to create width and depth in the attack. There a number of ways to switch the point of attack but they all require the right moment and the right space.

 

The point of attack can be switched at any point on the field and will likely utilize different players in each part of the field. The key players used when switching the point of attack in the defensive third will be the Goalkeeper and back line. The key moment in the defensive third is when the opposing team has committed more numbers on the strong side of the field (the side with the ball), and there is space to play backwards to the goalkeeper or a center back. Space is key in this moment because without the proper space a mistake could turn into a goal for the opponents. The main idea is to pivot the attack from probing down one wing to quickly attacking the middle or opposite wing. We want our goalkeeper involved in this moment because he/she can see the whole field and make the appropriate determination. A quick switch in the defensive third can allow the weak side back a lot of space to advance the ball forward into the middle third.

 

There are two main options when switching the point of attack in the Defensive third: and that is through the midfield or through the back line.

 

When switching the point of attack in the middle third there will be options to play backwards, forwards or sideways. A switch can be done through the back line, midfield line or even forward line. There are two key moments that determine when a switch in the midfield should occur: attacking players are beginning to be outnumbered by defending players, there is space on the weak side behind the forward line, midfield line or back line. A switch through the middle through could lead to penetration into the final third or simply allow a team to keep the ball and continue probing for weaknesses.

 

Switching the point of attack in the final third is much different than in either the defensive or middle third. In the final third the goal is nearby and there is very little forward space. The final third is about exploiting the little space that is available, and finding ways to penetrate the defense. When switches do occur they usually happen on the edge of the middle and final third. The final third is where defenses become the most compact and where it becomes the most difficult to keep possession of the ball. This is why it is important for coaches to work through the defensive and middle thirds prior to attempting to teach how to play in the final third.

 

I have seen the coaches work through these points this season and expect that we will see better decision making as we near the end of the season versus what we saw at the beginning of the season.

 

It is important to keep in mind that a player might make the correct decision but fail in execution and to recognize that as part of the learning and development process. It is also important to recognize that players might make the incorrect decision and yet still make something happen.