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Travel Tryouts and World Cup Day

Posted by Derek Correia at May 26, 2010 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Please check out the travel link and the Castleford links for more information on travel and tryouts which begin JUNE 1st - You MUST be registered in order to tryout!!

Also, please click the "World Cup Day 2010" link for more information on our World Cup day during the last day of in-house (and the first day of the World Cup)! 

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Castleford Rovers SC Travel Teams Site

Posted by Derek Correia at May 9, 2010 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Bedford Youth Soccer and Armonk United Soccer Club have joined forces toward offering the most number of kids the opportunity to keep playing soccer in the best environment possible. The joint venture “Castleford Rovers S.C.” will hold  try-outs for U 8 and up players to assign all players on the appropriate team where an age/skill appropriate development plan will be used. These try-outs are held every year in Late May to early June.


Castleford Rovers SC Travel Teams Site

FALL 2018 - SPRING 2019 Team Tryouts:

Castleford Rovers Soccer Club will hold its annual tryouts from May 18 to June 10, 2018 for the formation of teams that will compete in the Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Westchester Youth Soccer League. 


Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Age Groups:  


Date of Birth

U8 Developmental  Jan 1, 2011 – Dec 31, 2011
U9  Jan 1, 2010 – Dec 31, 2010
U10  Jan 1, 2009 – Dec 31, 2009
U11  Jan 1, 2008 – Dec 31, 2008
U12  Jan 1, 2007 – Dec 31, 2007
U13  Jan 1, 2006 – Dec 31, 2006
U14  Jan 1, 2005 – Dec 31, 2005











You can check out the Castleford Rovers Program and get more details regarding the Tryouts - visit the Castleford Rover Website -




Two tryouts will be conducted in most age groups and participants will be evaluated by professional trainers. It is strongly recommended that each participant attend each tryout.  The tryout fee is $40. This fee is reduced because we will NOT be providing tryout t-shirts. Instead your child will receive a tryout sticker at each tryout. 

  • Participants must wear shin guards and cleats to tryouts.
  • Participants should wear any shirt appropriate for soccer EXCEPT a Castleford practice, tryout or game shirt.
  • Arrive 15 minutes early to check in.

Please bring the following items to tryouts:

  1. Copy of the player’s birth certificate (only if player has not previously played on a WYSL team)
  2. Water
  3. Soccer ball

***Players must register in advance (and upload a photo to the registration system) in order to participate in a tryout.  Tryout fees are non-refundable. Go to to register for tryouts and upload a photo. The photo must be a Passport style head shot from the shoulders up only. You can take this with your personal phone or camera.   

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Posted by Derek Correia at Jan 2, 2010 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )



The BYSC In-house program is a for-fun, community developmental program focused on skills, sportsmanship, team play and a knowledge of the game. As it is often the first organized sport a child plays, we are intent on making it a fun experience for children and their families. It is also intended to develop travel soccer aptitude for those children who have the desire to transition to travel, which is more serious and more competitive. 

The Pre-K and Kindergarten Age Groups have parent coached teams assisted by paid Professional Trainers.  The Older Age Groups are trained by Professional Trainers - parents are welcome to offer assistance.  The Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grade Players are eligible for one of two Programs - Saturday ONLY or Saturday + Midweek (Wed) Clinic.

By second grade, more dedicated players may choose our pre-travel program. To learn more about it, please click the pre-travel link at left. 

To learn more details about how the in-house program is structured and run, please click on the handout link at the bottom of this page.

We are constantly tweaking our programs based on parent feedback and enrollment numbers, so please bear with us if anything changes.




BU9 Patriots
BU11 Jaguars
B13 Spartans
Or for being the Runner-Up
BU10 Fireballs
GU9 Hurricanes
GU10 Tornados
At each game the referee rates the sporting behavior of each team’s coaches, players and parents   (-2 to +2 for each) and submits a score as part of their game report.  Each team’s total score (-6 to +6) is totaled and averaged for the season to determine a winner and runner-up. These can be tracked on the WYSL team page.
These teams (players, coaches and parents) displayed the respect for the referee/opposition and positive coaching reinforcement that exemplifies positive sporting behavior.
Special congratulations to the
BU9 Patriots
(Rob Tillis/Peter DiBiasi/Paul Brooks)
For winning the
“Double Goal Coaching Award.”
This is awarded to a team that wins both the “Sportsmanship Award” and their Division.