West Pasco 2017-2018 Competitive Tryouts
Registration for West Pasco FC Tryouts is now OPEN! Tryouts are open to all players!

Tryouts are held at Mitchell Fields off Little Road-- 4825 Little Road New Port Richey FL and Collier Parkway/Land O Lakes Recreational Center off Collier Parkway—3032 Collier Parkway Land O Lakes, FL 34639.

All players need to register on line prior to attending tryouts. There is no fee to tryout. Please go to and click on the Tryouts box. This will take you to Blue Sombrero, our registration program. If you are new to West Pasco, just click on the registration link and follow instructions for establishing an account. Current players can login to their existing account.

Tryout Information:

  • Tryouts will last for approximately 75 minutes.
  • Please try to attend as many tryout sessions as possible.
  • Be sure to check the website for updates throughout the tryout weeks as notifications will be posted as rosters fill.
  • In case of inclement weather—any field closures or cancellations will be posted on our website.

Please Bring:
  • Soccer Ball
  • Wear cleats or outdoor shoe
  • Shin guards are required
  • Lots of water

What Coaches look for at Tryouts:
Players are evaluated on the four pillars of soccer; technical ability, tactical ability, physical ability, and psychological attributes of the game. Some of the key things looked at are:
  • Attitude - This is a big one, we want to know how easy your player is to coach. Are they willing to learn and try new things?
  • First Touch – Is the player’s first touch good as it affects his/her time and space on the field.
  • Ball Manipulation - How well can the player dictate what the ball does at their feet? Can they execute soccer skills to beat an opponent or do they rely on speed?
  • Dribbling - How close is the ball to the player as they dribble? Are they keeping their head up or constantly looking at the ground?
  • Awareness - Do players know what's around them? Are they looking to open space or do they chase the ball?
  • Communication - Soccer players MUST talk on the field.
  • Defending - Every player must be able to and willing to defend (including forwards). Are players working to win the ball back -or do they check out of the game until they have the ball?

This is by no means anywhere near a complete list, but should give you an idea of what coaches are evaluating.

2017-18 Coaching Slate: will be posted by 1 APR 2017 on the website.

Need more info?
Email Novi Maric at
Denise Stauffer at

PO Box 1965
New Port Richey, FL 34656