Dallas United has something for all ages!
Dallas United will also field teams for players in grades 3 – 8.
We are your source for soccer training, improving the quality of play at every level.
If you are new to our program, please look over our Frequently Asked Questions
The Future is Built on What We Do Today!
Dallas United and¬† Dallas High School Soccer are putting Dallas kids on the path to soccer excellence! ¬†Come join us!
Monday, June 10 – Thursday, June 13 at Whitworth Elementary
- Grades K – 2, 8:30 – 9:30 AM; $20.00
- Grades 3 – 5, 9:45 – 11:00 AM; $25.00
- Grades 6 – 8, 11:15 – 12:25 PM $30.00
- Max cost of $60.00 per family
We recently looked back at the past year in order to complete a grant report. ¬†A couple of the stories that we told were so inspiring and¬†encouraging, that we want to share them with you. ¬†2012 was a good year for the Club, and we’re looking forward to the days ahead as well. ¬†Be encouraged, Dallas Soccer is on the rise!
Registration is Closed, but Check and See if We Have Room
Interested in playing this season? ¬†Call Jim Cross at 503-779-4611 to see if space is¬†available.
Dallas United offers quality training by professional coaches with a focus on learning and¬†development¬†for higher levels of play. ¬†Teams compete in the Mid-Valley Soccer League against neighboring clubs.
General Outline for Spring Season:
- Game schedules are expected to be released by:
- U6-U9 on 3/24
- U11-U18 on 3/31
- First game for most teams – 4/13
- No games on Memorial Day Weekend
- Last League Game June 8th
- Playoffs June 15th and 16th for U11-U14 (at Whiteaker MS)
- Playoffs do not apply at U10 and below.
- Dallas United teams will not have games the¬†morning¬†of Dragon Run.
New to Dallas United? ¬†Check out our¬†FAQs
Dallas United Soccer Club‚Äôs U-14 Boys team took home first place medals on Sunday afternoon. The boys finished their regular season in the Mid Valley Soccer League with 4 wins and 4 losses; 24 goals for and 25 goals against.
In tournament play they prevailed 6-3 against the undefeated McMinnville Grizzlies in the semi-finals to advance to the final round.¬† They bested KSC Barcelona 3-1 in the championship game.
The Dallas United squad is composed of 7th and 8th grade boys from LaCreole and Talmadge Middle Schools. Thoroughly prepared by their club experience, thirteen of the boys are moving up to represent Dallas and Central High Schools in the fall.
Promoting soccer in Dallas and beyond, Dallas United Soccer Club focuses on player development with the goal of improving the quality of play at every level.
Danny Agee and Jimmy Young both recently completed the Coerver Youth Diploma. The Coerver methods have changed the way¬†soccer is coached all over the world.¬† The Youth Diploma prepares coaches to plan and deliver more effective youth coaching sessions.
Danny and Jimmy spent 2 days with legendary coach Charlie Cooke, who is the Co-Founder of Coerver Coaching. Charlie Cooke had a storied career as pro player most notably with Chelsea¬†Football Club. Charlie has travelled to¬†many countries to teach Coerver methods.
Dallas United is committed to raising the quality of play at every level.¬† This starts with investing in coaches.¬† Danny Agee and Jimmy Young are two great examples of coaches who pursue excellence in their craft and are all about developing players.¬† We are fortunate to have them!
Congratulations Jimmy and Danny!
This summer, we‚Äôre offering all Dallas kids an awesome new way to get better at soccer.¬† iSoccer is free, fun, web-based training that you can take with you anywhere this summer.¬†¬† You can participate wherever you are, if you have a ball and 20 minutes a day.
Wondering why we’re doing this? ¬†Well, our mission is to improve the quality of Dallas soccer at every level. ¬†Quality in soccer all comes down to you and the ball. ¬†So join us this summer!
MLS defender Taylor Graham of the Seattle Sounders is a believer in iSoccer. ¬†In this video, he talks about the importance of technical training for young players, the impact of competition, and the value of objective assessment to show improvement to parents and keep kids motivated.
Congratulations to our Director of Coaching, Danny Agee, on the achievement of his National “D” License. ¬†The “D” License is conferred by the US Soccer Federation on experienced coaches who undergo¬†a 36-hour course with both classroom and field training.
Danny spent 2 full weekends on the field at University of Portland with¬†some¬†of the best professional Club coaches in Oregon. After a rigorous evaluation, course instructors determine¬†whether the passing¬†candidate will receive a State “D” License, or a National “D” License.
Danny stood out – as mentioned by one of the instructors, Joe Sottile – “Danny did well at the “D” license course due to his¬†knowledge¬†of the game developed during his playing career, and his strong interest in continuing to expand his insight of coaching soccer.”
Dallas United looks forward to a bright future of building great players under Danny’s direction.
Pinnacle Physical Therapy is our¬†newest¬†team sponsor! ¬†With offices in Dallas and Keizer, Pinnacle PT is passionate about helping you get back to enjoying life without pain and disability.
Keeping the pipeline full of new referees is important. ¬†Did you know that 38% of new¬†referees¬†quit after the first year? ¬†It’s a tough job, but after completing the course our new referees are¬†equipped to begin a successful career of officiating. ¬†The successful candidates are now certified as Grade 8 referees by U.S. Soccer, the national governing body of the sport.
The students underwent two full days of classroom¬†instruction¬†and field training, in addition to completing an online class on the Laws of the Game. ¬†Course instructor Duane Bean remarked that our Dallas referees were the most attentive and motivated class that he has taught.
Special thanks go to Rob Wallace, our Dallas referee coordinator for rounding up the students. Rob helps Dallas United staff MVSL league games played here at home, as well as overseeing referees who officiate youth recreational games in the fall.
When you see these new refs out on the field, thank them for being there, and remember, they’re learning how to ref, just like kids are learning to play, and the coaches are learning to coach. ¬†Besides they have red cards!