The Michigan Alliance started a new program that will give student-athletes a new soccer option. The Alliance Reserves teams are comprised of players that desire to play at a level that doesn’t put the demands that the Alliance team schedule requires. The teams compete in a larger league that fosters more balanced competition while not traveling more the 30 minutes. The player receive a camp, additional training opportunities with Alliance teams, and great access to programs.
What league do Reserves teams compete in?
The Alliance Reserves teams will compete in the WSSL Select or Recreational leagues. If a team has the ability to compete in a select league, the club may grant the decision to move into a select environment.
How do I get on an Alliance Reserves Team?
To be placed on a Reserves team you must attend the team formation day. Teams are mostly formed through a coach that no longer wants to remain in a recreational setting. If you coach doesn't have interest, contact us and we will let you know if there are opportunities for your child.
I would like to coach a team, what do I do?
If you are interested in coaching an Alliance Reserves team, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. All coaches will go through a simple interview process and be required to carry a risk management card if selected.
What is the cost to play?
The Alliance Reserves team’s are an economical way to play fall and spring soccer. The total cost of fall and spring soccer is $500 including uniform.
How is this different then recreational soccer?
Reserves team’s receive professional training, a team camp, and players from the team can attend all programs offered by the Michigan Alliance. One of the biggest advantages to being on a reserve team is that your child can attend practices with our professional coaches teams for additional training.
What programs are offered by the Michigan Alliance?
The Alliance offers programs throughout the year. Open Play, Goal Keeper Training, and Speed & Agility are just a few examples of the programs every player has access to. For a detailed list, visit the Michigan Alliance FC website and look at the programs offered within the Alliance.