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Mercer FC Summer Select

The Premier Soccer Academy in Mercer County

We are pleased to announce tryouts for 2013 Mercer FC Summer Select.  This program is being offered in partnership with WWPSA and will be run on the outstanding fields in West Windsor!

The program will include over 25 hours of professional training and coaching from May to July, designed to complement our Player Development Model and not to conflict with current travel team commitments.

Mercer FC provides the highest quality professional instruction, led by Program Directors Nick Harrison & Bill Rizzo.

Tryouts for the Mercer FC teams will be as follows:

DateSunday, February 24th
Location: West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South Turf Field
Time:  GIRLS: 1:00-2:30pm: U9 thru U14
           BOYS:  2:30-4:00pm: U9 thru U14

DateSunday, December 2nd
Location: West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North Turf Field
Time:  GIRLS: 1:00-2:30pm: U9 thru U14
           BOYS:  2:30-4:00pm: U9 thru U14

All training will run locally on WWPSA fields and teams will play 3 premier tournaments in June / July, 2013.




WWPSA's Mercer FC makes successful debut
July 10th

WWPSA’s Summer Select program, Mercer FC began its tournament series this weekend with all four teams in action. 

The U9 and U11 Boys teams travelled to Pennsylvania to compete in the Pocono Cup where the U9 Boys Juventus were crowned Champions after wins over FC Pocono Elite, Soccer Domain Academy and local rivals Princeton FC.
The U9 and U10 Girls teams participated in the MAPS Central Jersey Invitational at Fort Dix, which saw our U10 team finish runners up after a highly competitive final against Sky Blue Summer Select. 
All four teams worked really hard in the challenging conditions and played some excellent soccer representing WWPSA to the highest level.
We look forward to next weekend where the girls will travel to the Pocono Cup and the boys head to Fort Dix for the MAPS Challenge.