Junior Program, 2019-2020 season

Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, placement has been postponed until further notice

The Junior Program is for birth year 2012 (U8) & 2011 (U9) boys and girls.

PacNW places a high level of importance on the technical development of young players. Skills development at these ages is critical to future success, and consequently our priority in the junior program is specific skills development of each player that attends.

The Junior Program serves as an experiential bridge between recreation and premier soccer skills and financial requirements, while providing players, parents, and guardians a proper introduction to a professional coaching culture.

What if I missed placement dates in April? Can I still sign-up?

If you missed placement dates in April you are encouraged to register your child for the program of your choice and your son/daughter will be placed appropriately when they begin practices.

When do the teams practice?

All junior teams practice on Monday & Wednesday from 5:15pm-6:30pm at Starfire Sports Complex.

How can I register my child?

The Registration links are located at the table below. You will need a head shot photo of your child as well as a birth certificate, required for registration. You will also select your program choice during the registration process and each program is detailed below.

Registration Options

Registration is OPEN!
START/END Start Date: Jan 17th, 2024
End Date: Mid April
STRUCTURETraining 2x per week
Mon & Wed 5:15-6:30pm
Spring Season Games
Technical training
PacNW coaching staff
REGISTERTo Register or for more information contact Axel Flaten
COSTCost $540
(Includes $120 registration)
Additional Cost - uniform
(one-time purchase)
SEASONSouth Sound League
Winter/Spring Season: Jan 22nd - April (approx. 7 games)
NOTESPlease note, to complete registration you will need a headshot photo of your child as well as a birth certificate.

Junior Program Purpose

  • Address and meet the needs and demands for professional training at B/G12 (U8) – B/G11 (U9) ages.
  • Create a high performance culture for liked minded players.
  • Meet the changing demands of the soccer landscape in WA.
  • Provide players and parents with opportunities for professional coaching.
  • Provide player development opportunities that are not currently on offer by the association or surrounding organizations.
  • Provide a road map for the overall development of the player on and off the field.
  • Increase participation within PacNW.
  • Increased retention of player in PacNW.


  • Increase technical competency and preparation in the following areas:
  • Balance, coordination and control.
  • Dribbling and ball control.
  • Skill development – Fakes and Moves.
  • Development of positive game behaviors – Creative, attacking players.