For players that are U11 and older (currently 2011 and older), our competitive program is called Select.
Is your goal to play soccer at the highest level possible? Join our Select program for the most qualified, experienced and dedicated coaches in Boerne.
BSC Select players are coached by our dedicated, nationally licensed team of coaches to a club curriculum in accordance with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). This curriculum is designed and implemented to nurture the technical, tactical, physical and psychological aspects of a player within a team environment, while fostering a love for the game.
Our core values of loyalty, honesty, and positivity, impact upon every training session and game that we coach.
Our aim is to develop players' technical ability and nurture strong fundamentals, while being capable of making decisions independently for success in individual, group and team situations on the soccer field. We want BSC teams to play exciting soccer, and our coaches, players and parents to hold themselves to the highest standards.
Our focus is on the development of the player and person. Success, in terms of results, is a byproduct of effective development and a positive coaching environment.
U11 - U12 Boys & Girls (2012 & 2011)
Dates: May 9th to May 11th (Rainout Day - May 12th)
Location: Boerne City Park
U13 - U19 Boys & Girls (2010 - 2004)
Dates: May 16th to May 19th (Rainout Day May 20th)
Time: 2010-2008 – 6-7:15pm 2007-2004 – 7:30-8:45pm
Location: Boerne City Park/Boerne Champion High School
If you are interested in experiencing a session prior to Player Placement, (Birth Years 2012-2004), please contact our Director of Coaching to join in a session!
Wayne was raised in London, England. Prior to moving to the U.S. in 2013, Wayne earned his English FA Level 1 & 2 coaching qualifications after injuries as a player led him to a career in coaching. He has since earned his NSCAA (now USC) National Diploma, National Youth License, Director of Coaching Diploma, USSF B License, and is currently a candidate on the USSF A License Course. Wayne is also a lead coach on the South Texas Olympic Development Program (ODP) staff and a member of the WDDOA Directors Council.
Wayne is in his 7th year at Boerne Soccer Club and has served as the Director of Coaching since June 2017.
Wayne lives in San Antonio with his wife, Patrice, and three children, Errol, Etta and Bron.
"It is a privilege to be able to coach youth soccer players and be a part of their development both as players and as people. Having experience not only as a player and coach, but as a parent with young children of my own, I understand even more the responsibility we have as coaches in providing an environment to nurture players growth, and foster a love for what they do to bring out the best in them." - Wayne Bartlett
|Do I have to register for tryouts?||Yes. All players (new and returning) must be registered for the event to be considered for a team.|
|I am registered, but what if I cannot attend all 3 days of the event?||Please notify our Director of Coaching, Wayne Bartlett, to notify of any absences.|
|What if I am a new player and unable to attend tryout dates?||There will be additional opportunities in June/July to be placed on a team for those that cannot attend. Please inform email@example.com so this can be noted|
|Who will be the coach of the team?||Coaches will be assigned to teams and the coaching slate published by tryouts.|
|How often do Select players practice?||Players have the opportunity to practice up to 4 nights a week. Players have 2 team sessions a week, with additional sessions with other teams and/or technical training available on their 'off' days..|
|Do goalkeepers have training?||Yes. Goalkeeper training takes place every evening Mon-Thu, with our qualified goalkeeping coach.|
|What are the season dates?||Fall: August - December. Spring: January - May|
|How many league games will we play?||Up to 8 games per season (8 Fall, 8 Spring)|
|What will be our level of play?||Teams will play at the level most competitive & appropriate for their development. More info here: https://www.boernesoccer.org/levelofplay|
|Will we play in tournaments?||All teams participate in a pre and post season tournament dependent on player availability|
|What is Spring Cup Play?||All Select teams participate in nationwide cup play in March & April. Level of cup competition is the level most competitive & appropriate for development. www.stxsoccer.org/spring_cups/|
|Non-profit status||Boerne Soccer Club is a Non-profit organization that has served the Boerne community since 1979|
|Can I receive payment assistance?||Financial assistance is available through our scholarship fund, financial aid and flexible payment plans. Please contact our Registrar|
|What teams are at BSC?||BSC have boys and girls teams for players at every age group/birth year, from 2011 through to 2003|
|What is the registration cost to play Select?||U11: $1750. U12-U15: $1900 High School: $1500|
|Where does my registration fee go?||From August 2022 to June 1 2023, registration fees cover coaching, practices, games, league registration fees, STYSA Spring Cup Competition registration fee, 1 tournament registration fee, Techne at-home soccer app personal profile, access to ALL daily BSC skills and stamina programs, 2 in-house tournaments.|
|Is there flexibility with payment?||Absolutely. Following the commitment fee, extended payment plans are available if required. Please contact our Registrar, Samantha Griffiths.|
Every Select player at Boerne Soccer Club has access to our club online platform, Boerne Virtual FC, where players are connected with their coach, teammates and club directors throughout the season and even the off-season. This program sees players have access to content made by BSC Coaches, for BSC players, to support their individual development when they are away from the training field.
A unique element to being a select player at Boerne Soccer Club is the opportunity for all select players to become a coach in our recreational program as soon as they have reached high school. We have had so many BSC players take advantage of this opportunity and the chance to teach soccer as well as learn from their own coaches. This has seen wonderful opportunities to develop character and life skills for the select players, but most importantly it has served our younger recreational players with a younger role model to aid in their love of soccer through their energy and enthusiasm for the game.
Director of Coaching
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