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Spring Registration Is Open! 


Boys 06 Try-Outs Announcement

Open Try-Outs for boys born 2006 and 2007 only

When:  Wednesday, March 20, 5-7 pm

Where:  Whitman multi-purpose gym (47 South Park; corner of Park and Boyer.  Public parking is across the street.  Entrance is north side of building.)

Try-out Pre-registration: To register for try-outs, please click on the "Registration" tab and scroll down to the try-out link (required). Also, please e-mail coach Scott at scottyshields@gmail.com (requested, not required)

Try-out Notes!
1) Try-outs are in a gym, so please wear approapriate shoes (non-street shoes and not cleats) and shinguards.
2) Please bring with you to try-outs a copy of birth certificate for birth year 2006 and 2007 verification.







Walla Walla United Soccer Club Vision Statement

Every young soccer player in our community enjoys a positive sporting experience coached in a safe, knowledgeable, and growth-minded environment with an emphasis on fun, camaraderie and life lessons.

Walla Walla United Soccer Club Mission Statement

To enhance the lives of youth in our community by providing structured soccer experiences for youth at all levels of play.


Walla Walla United Soccer Club is a member of US Club Soccer and the Puget Sound Premier League. The Select and Premier Program is to provide a positive and creative environment for the advanced players to improve their soccer skills. Our club will develop our youth into successful soccer players and teach them core values well beyond the game. WWUSC focuses on hard work, skill development, discipline and fitness training. We will create a positive environment for all athletes to improve and develop as individuals through sports with a strong emphasis on character, work ethic, and attitude.


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