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Weymouth Travel Soccer Club - Weymouth Youth Soccer

Registration for Tryouts for the 2024-2025 Season is open. Click Here. No fee for tryouts. 

For all incoming 3rd-8th grade players.  Please make every effort to attend both nights. Also note the field change from night 1 to night 2.  Please register before tryouts.  If your player is not able to attend one or both nights, please email Fran Palmer @ fpalmer13@yahoo.com 

High school tryouts will be scheduled in Fall/Winter after completion of high school seasons.

June 10th - Weymouth High School
June 17th - Legion Field 
Rain date June 19 - Legion Field)

  • 3rd/4th grade boys & girls - check in: 5:30 - tryout: 6:00-7:00
  • 5th/6th grade boys & girls -  check in: 6:45 - tryout: 7:15-8:15
  • 7th/8th grade boys & girls - check in: 8:00 - tryout: 8:30-9:30

Our travel program is a step up in competition from our rec program. It is no longer open enrollment. Players needs to tryout and may not make a team.   All of our teams are made up of Weymouth Players, but we compete against other towns in a league called the South Shore Soccer League. Please check out the South Shore League Website for more information on the league:http://www.southshoresoccer.com/
Travel is a bit more expensive than Rec, but it’s a full year program (Fall, Winter and Spring). A lot of the home games are played on turf fields, there is winter indoor trainings and winter indoor league play. Travel coaches are still volunteer coaches, many of them parents, but the overall quality of the coaching received is higher than that of the rec program. Simply because there are fewer teams and the more talented players (due to tryouts) attract the better coaches. Having teams comprised of players of similar ability (due to tryouts) also makes it easier to design and hold practices appropriate for the teams. In the fall and spring, Travel hosts age group “pool” practices once per week, where every player gets the same skill based training to help ensure regardless of the team a player is on, they have the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to advance as a player.

Travel Starts at 3rd/4th grade and teams are leveled at each age group. We have 3rd/4th, 5th/6th, 7th/8th, 9th/10th and 11th/12th grade age groups on both the boys and girls side. As you will see, a player spends 2 years within an age group before moving up to the next one. There will typically be several teams within each age group. For example, this past year we had 4 teams within the u12 boys age group. We had a division 1 team, 2 division 2 teams and a division 3 team. We do our best during tryouts to properly place players on the team they should be on.  

Please note that Travel is a competitive program and requires more parent & player commimtment than our recreational program. We believe in player development so it’s not all about winning games, but a player may tryout and not make a team. At the younger age groups, once you are on a team, as long as the player shows up and tries he/she will play an almost equal amount and get time at different positions.   As the kids get older, a player’s ability and effectiveness on the field will start to affect their playing time.

Travel gives the kids a unique opportunity to compete as their town against other towns, just like they will in High School Soccer. At the u12 and older groups, the best teams will have the opportunity to go to playoffs and compete for a State Championship. Weymouth has produced a great number of State Champions and the players on those teams have great life long memories and friendships as a result.   The overall purpose of travel is to compete as a town at a higher level and have the kids have a great time playing and competing. While player skill development is a priority and focus, we have to do so with volunteer coaches to keep the costs down.

Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC)

The Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC) is a season-ending tournament that brings together age/gender group champions from participating town-based travel leagues from across the state. Each of these leagues establish their own guidelines, including league playoffs, to determine their representatives to this tournament. The leagues that participate in MTOC are: Berkshire, BAYS, Coastal, Essex, MAYS, Middlesex, Nashoba, Roots, South Coast and South Shore.


Spring 2023

This season Weymouth sent 2 teams to the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions. Congratulations to our Girls 9/10 Division 1 team for winning the South Shore Conference and then winning State Championship. The team capped off an undefeated season with a dominating weekend at MTOC. While allowing one goal through the tournament they went 4-0 to win the championship. 


Weymouth Travel Club 9th/10th Division A - MTOC State Champions


Congratulations to our 9th/10th Divions B team for winning the South Shore Conference and advancing to the MTOC state championship. Advancing to the finals of the State Championship in penalty kicks the team lost a 0-1 game in the final after a valiant effort. Good job Weymouth. 

Weymouth 9th/10th Division B South Shore Conference Champions


Spring 2022

CONGRATULATIONS to our Weymouth Travel Club’s Girl’s G9/10/11 D.1 team for being the State Champions for their division.  Not only did they win MTOC for their Division, but also took home the tournament’s Sportsmanship award!  BOTH are amazing accomplishments. 

Congrats to our Girl’s G9/10/11 D.2 team for coming in 2nd place in their division.  The Boy’s G9/10/11 D.1 also made the tournament and had a great showing.  Weymouth Travel had 9 teams play in the SSSL sectional playoffs which is impressive, and 3 teams advanced to MTOC (Massachusetts Tournament of Champions) which is also amazing!

Champions! Our 9-11 Girls Division 1 team won the MTOC championship as well as the Sportsmanship award
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