The Derry Soccer Club’s Eagle's travel program is a series of teams that compete in the New Hampshire Soccer League (NHSL) competitive travel program.
The Eagles program uses a hybrid approach to coaching, We have Certified Professional Coaches working with our Certified volunteer Parent Coaches. The practices are conducted with the professional coaches assistance in a hybrid design and the games are run by our volunteer Parent Coaches.
Teams typically stay together for years as the kids continue to develop on and off the field. This continuity creates an environment where the kids become very comfortable with each other, resulting in improved gameplay.
The ultimate goal is for the kids to have a great time, stay active and build character.
Our Mission is to get players ready for the next level of play for school (Middle and High School),
Eagles teams practice twice a week and typically play one game on the weekend. Players also participate in 2 tournaments per year.
Tryouts for travel teams will be communicated via email or Facebook or on this website.
If you have questions, please email us at email@example.com
Fall 2023 Schedules
Tryouts and Registration
Thank you for your interest in the Derry Eagles Competitive Travel Program. Our Fall '23/Spring '24 Tryout Registration is currently closed.
If you have any questions regarding tryouts, please contact Teesha at firstname.lastname@example.org
What to expect at Tryouts
Coaches will run a series of drills and small sided games to assess your child's technical and tactical skills and will also consider their competitiveness, coachability, and commitment. After tryouts occur, coaches will meet and determine the number of teams and rosters. Coaches will notify parents of selection within one week of the tryouts. This will then be followed by an email invitation requesting registration.
What if my child does not make a team?
Derry Soccer Club also offers a recreational program and inter town play as opportunities for your child through the Derry Hawks Program. Additionally, we would urge your child to attend local camps and clinics to keep working on their skills and try again next year!