Which program are you interested in?

Recreational Soccer

Registration for Spring 2019 'Recreational' Soccer is currently CLOSED. All recreational teams are built around the school your child attends WYSA's goal is to have at least one team at every grade & gender at all the schools we serve (Barton Creek, Bridge Point, Cedar Creek, Forest Trail, Valley View, Eanes, Casis, St. Michael's, Trinity, St. Francis, St. Gabriel's, St. Stephen's, Oak Hill, Regents, St. Andrew's HCMS, WRMS, WHS & many local area Pre-School's). 

jr. academy Soccer

FC Westlake Junior Academy is a program designed to provide age appropriate development and competition to players who have shown the ability to be successful at the recreational level of play. Players are grouped by ability on teams based on the year they were born in, we offer teams for the following birth years  2013, 2012, 2011 & 2010. The Jr. Academy offers professional coaching to players and follows a developmental curriculum. Players in Academy have two practices a week and games on Saturday or Sunday at various locations in the Austin area. All practices and home games are held at EISD schools.

select Soccer

FC Westlake was created to allow families in and around the Westlake/West Austin area the opportunity to participate in a professionally run select program without traveling long distances for practices.
FC Westlake Teams are formed in May of each year. Tryouts for the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 season will be held in May 2018. For players transitioning to U11 we will be forming new boys and girls teams for the Fall. These U11(2008 birth year) teams are primarily filled with players from our Junior Academy program, but are open to all players. We will also continue to form teams in the U12(2007 birth year) - U18 (2000 birth year) age groups each year at try-outs.
If you are interested in playing but missed try-outs please contact our Director of Select Soccer, Andy McClelland, (512)937-5705 about remaining openings.
For current age group chart please click here (make sure you look at 2018-2019 seasonal year).