The Olé Competitive Program is designed for players who participated in the Advanced Rec Program (level II) for at least one year (both Fall and Spring seasons- * special occasion: one season with Soccer Ole’ staff approval) or has attended another competitive program and were successful in developing the basic soccer skills such as dribbling, shooting, finishing, heading, passing and control in a more advanced level of competition.
The Olé Competitive Program is defined as highly competitive with a focus to develop players and teams to the highest level possible.
For return from quarantine, Shelby county only accepts the PCR test not home testing, therefore Ole’ FC will follow the same protocol.
US Soccer Birth Year & Standards Chart SSG
|(Boys & Girls)|
|U8- 2014||U14- 2008|
|U10- 2012||U16- 2006|
|U11- 2011||U17- 2005|
|U12- 2010||U18- 2004|
|U13- 2009||U19- 2003|
Both players and families must be aware of a more serious commitment required for the competitive program compared to the Advanced Rec Program (Level II).
Fall and Spring seasons- Aug 1st- May 31st
Minimum of 2 training sessions per week depending on the age group. Older age groups (U12 and older) may practice 3 times per week depending on the time of the year and game schedule.
1 weeknight MSSF league game
Min of 1, max of 2 local weekend tournament per season depending on the age group and competitive level.
2 Saturdays with 3V3/5v5 tournaments during the Fall and Spring seasons.
Soccer Ole’ Winter Futsal League 4-5 games only
The Olé Competitive Program focus on the technical, tactical, physical and mental development of our players while facing more competitive opponents in a higher level of competition during league and tournament games. This program provides an opportunity for players to compete and be competitive with the focus of player/team development.
The Olé Competitive Program is designed for players who participated in the Advanced Rec Program (level II) for at least one year (both Fall and Spring seasons- * special occasion: one season with Ole’ staff approval) or has attended another competitive program and were successful in developing the basic soccer skills such as dribbling, shooting, finishing, heading, passing and control in a more advanced level of competition.
Players must be in the U8 – U17 age group and will be selected by our coaching staff during our placement session in May/June. Selection is based on players’ technical, tactical, athletic development as well as overall basic understanding of the game. Coaches will also take in consideration players’ discipline, effort and commitment level. Boys and girls are grouped separately.
Players must attend the Fall Placement Session in order to be selected for the Olé FC competitive Program.
This is considered part of our Olé Competitive Program and mainly used for U8 and U9 age groups.
Purpose to have a "Transitional Team":
These are more specifics regarding the "Transitional Team":
Parents are asked to register for the Olé Competitive Program once teams are formed from the placement session. Player invitation is sent via email.
Once players attend out placement session for an evaluation, parents will receive an email with details about the season and registration link.
Soccer Olé certified coaches will organize and coach all training sessions, games and tournaments.
Program/club fee includes Fall, Spring , Winter Futsal and Feb indoor training.
Teams may order additional training shirts, warm ups and backpacks at an additional cost.
Parents may order fan gear!
These fees above are not included in the program/uniform fees. You will be notified about these additional fees via team invoice from your team manager once teams are formed.
The Olé Competitive players will play in the MSSF league (Memphis Shelby Soccer Federation) at Mike Rose Soccer Complex (map & directions)
There will be a total of 8-10 games per season during the week. Games start either at 6 pm or 7:15 pm.
MSSF League vs Tournament Playing Time
1-Registration/program fees are non- refundable.
2- Partial fee payment may be refundable, with the following exceptions:
a) Player is diagnosed with a medical disability and is unable to play.
b) Player suffers an injury which prevents he/she from playing.
Note: The above exceptions must be certified by a doctor.
*Soccer Ole’ may pro-rate the refund based on the timing of the request and any fixed costs.
Once uniforms are issued to players, uniforms fees are non-refundable under any circumstance.
Soccer Ole’ players are registered under TN Soccer and not allowed to practice or play games with any other soccer organization/club.
Players must receive a formal release from Soccer Ole’ in order to be legally able to participate in another event sponsored by another organization/club.
Guest Players within Soccer Ole'
***Tournament Guest Player within Soccer Ole' may be used to provide a more competitive environment to increase the team’s chance to win the event.