Maplebrook offers youth players a more competitive soccer experience than that of Parks & Recreation soccer program. Our teams are members of the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) and play league MYSA games against competitive (travel) teams from other soccer clubs.
MYSA has six geographic districts. Maplebrook teams generally play in the North District, but may be placed in another district based on MYSA’s recommendations. Depending on which district a team is placed (i.e., North or West), a team can play teams from the north and west suburbs and outlying areas (i.e., Blaine, Champlin, Brooklyn Park, Edina, Eden Prairie, Minneapolis, St. Cloud or Duluth).
Summer competitive Teams (u9-u19)
This is our main competitive soccer development program. This program starts in the end of November with team technical trainings and Club-Provided Trainings though the middle of April in our indoor sports facilities (which are included in our team registration fees). These training are provided by highly qualified professionals and each team typically receives between 10-15 hours of Club-Provided training.
Players involved with summer competitive teams typically compete on an age appropriate team in the North District of the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) and play teams in the northwest suburbs as well as outstate teams from Cambridge/Isanti to Duluth.
If you are interested in playing on a summer team for MapleBrook, please plan on attending our player evaluations in late July. Additional details can be found on our Tryout page.
Please note the registration fee covers the cost of tryouts, club-provided training, MYSA membership, and club operating costs. The registration fee does not cover uniforms, tournaments, or other team expenses. Each team will prepare a detailed budget before the season starts so you know what your total costs will be.
FALL COMPETITIVE TEAMS (U9-U19)
The fall competitive season is a shorter and less intense pace than the summer competitve season. All the soccer games are played on Saturdays and Sundays. The normal schedule is six games for the season, with the complete fall season being about eight weeks long.
Team placement for fall competitve soccer is generally based on team team placement after tryouts.
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Blast Program (5yrs-8yrs)
Our program is comprised of (4 vs. 4) soccer games that are fun and competitive, as well as activities, run by our professional trainers, that teach the fundamental technical skills. While we teach the basic skills, our emphasis is on playing. Teams are divided based on age, gender, and skill level (friend request are welcome). No previous soccer experience is required.
Starts May 7th
Blast Academy training
Our Blast Academy Training, run by our professional trainers, emphasizes the development of sound technical skills and the tactical awareness that players will need to thrive in the u9 traveling program.
The Maplebrook Goalkeeper Program has been constructed specifically to enable the youth goalkeepers of MPB to grow, develop, excel, succeed, and, most importantly, enjoy the position, no matter what level and or age group the individual is playing. As the program expands toward the future, we plan to continue to build our goalkeepers from within the club, beginning at the U9-10 level. Maplebrook Soccer offers brief seasonal goalkeeper training for younger players with an interest in goalkeeping. This allows players to get a feel for the unique position before making the decision to be a goalkeeper.
NORTHWEST INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE
In the winter we offer an two soccer leagues in 8v8 format. We offer:
- Adult NWISL
- Youth NWISL (U12-U15)
All teams must provide their own jerseys/t-shirts, and all players on a team must wear matching colors. Numbers are not required on the jerseys/t-shirts. Coaches should have a set of “pinnies” available to wear in the event of a color conflict.
T90 FUTBOL TRAINING
T90 Futbol Training is a partnership between Maplebrook and T90 Futbol to offer high intensity technical and tactical sessions, with the goal of learning the "ins and outs" of what it takes to play at the highest level of soccer - whether it be club, high school or college. For more info, visit T90Futbol.com