RegionIIISoccerUSA: San Antonio Scorpions Tryouts - December 2013

Posted November 15, 2013

Due to overwhelming demand and a highly successful 1st tryout, the San Antonio Scorpions would like to announce their second tryout of the 2013/2014 offseason.


Do you have a dream of playing professional soccer? Have you always had a goal to play soccer for a living? Well this could finally be your opportunity to achieve your dream!
The Scorpions are hosting open tryouts to the public for the second time in 2013. Head Coach, Alen Marcina, is looking to put his personal stamp on the squad, and has his eyes out for hungry players to join the squad. 
Tryouts will be hosted at STAR Soccer Complex right next door to Toyota Field on Saturday, December 7, 2013 .  The price to register is $100 per player, which includes participation in a minimum of two tryout games, two Scorpions tryout t-shirts and two ticket vouchers to a Scorpions game at Toyota Field.
There is a limited number of spots available, so sign up early! You must be 18 or older to register for the tryout. The Scorpions will notify registered participants of their game times at least one week before the tryout. Sign up now by clicking the link where you will be taken to San Antonio Scorpions registration form.

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