EUSA Travel Soccer Tryouts - 2014/2015 Season
Travel Registration Open!

Ewing United Travel Soccer will be conducting tryouts for the upcoming 2014-2015 season beginning in May.  Tryouts are open to all interested players in Ewing and surrounding townships who would like to participate in a growing competitive soccer program. 

Please register for tryouts for free at the following link – REGISTRATION.

Tryouts will be held at the Ewing Township Municipal Complex, near the Concession Stand/Lit Field, at the following dates and at the times noted for the respective Age Groups (for questions on age groups check here):

  • Tuesday, May 6
  • Thursday, May 8
  • Monday, May 12
  • Wednesday, May 14 (Rain Date)

Age Groups

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm                                               U8/U9/U10 Boys and Girls

7:10 pm – 8:10 pm                                               U11 & older Boys and Girls


Players are expected to make a minimum of two tryout dates to be considered for a travel team.  For any questions or hardship related questions concerning the Travel program or tryout dates, please contact Chrissy Zaggi at 609.434.0408 or to discuss alternative arrangements.

Players selected for participation will begin with game play in Fall 2014 timeframe.

Spring Little Kickers Training

Our Spring Little Kickers Training will begin on Saturday April 5th and run through May 24th (skipping the Easter holiday weekend).

The program is open to all 4-7 year old boys and girls and will be run by professional trainers.  The 4-5 year olds will start at 9am and the 6-7 year olds will start at 10:15am.  All training will take place at the Little Kickers field by the concession stand.  The cost is only $70!

Register Today!

Boys U11 Team plays strong taking title at YMS Columbus Day Tournament

The Ewing United Avengers U11 boys team recently won the championship at the YMS Columbus Cup held over Columbus Day Weekend.

Four games were played over the holiday weekend, with the Avenges scoring a total of 14 times and only giving up 3 goals.  Of the 14 goals, 7 different players put us on the scoreboard – Andrew Bower (5), Thomas Bayley (2), Samuel Kraus (1), Jake Thogode (1), Aaron Zaggi (3), Javier Evans (1), Charlie DeBlasio (1). Anchoring the strong defensive was Lucas Mazzoni, Louis Stout, and Charlie DeBlasio.  The Avengers were fortunate to get some big saves from two different keepers – Nicky Geary and Will Bolmer.

It was a great team effort in which each and every player came up with big plays to win the Championship. Congratulations to all the boys. Special thanks go out NLSA (Next Level Soccer Academy) for providing the team with quality training this Fall – speed and agility, keeper, skills and tactical training. (photo by Mel Antler)

Why Do We Play Small Sided Games?

Small sided games are more fun for players and develop skills more quickly than traditional 11 v 11 games.  This statement from the US Youth Soccer Association explains why.  It comes down to more touches on the ball.

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Understanding Youth Soccer
A free e-book about costs, rules and sportsmanship

Youth soccer should emphasize having fun, learning skills, and learning good
sportsmanship. Playing competitively should not be emphasized until children have
mastered the basic skills. While the object of the game is to win, children should not
be pressured to win, only to try their best.

Read and download this small guide to the world of youth soccer.

EUSA Board Meeting @ 7pm at Ewing Community Center
all fields
are open
As of Wed Apr 16