DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO TUESDAY, MAY 26TH, 2015!!
** Still opening for teams, please register ASAP!**
SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR 6TH ANNUAL WOMEN’S SOCCER TOURNAMENT, TEAM UP FOR AYCC!!
SATURDAY, JUNE 20th, 2015
Arlington High School Turf!
THANK YOU TO OUR GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS!
We are so grateful to Watertown Savings Bank and Arlington Orthodontics for their sponsorship at the Gold Level! Their support enables us to give 100% of the profits earned at Team Up directly to AYCC and the famililes they serve! Please support these organizations as they help build our strong communities! Many thanks!
When: Saturday, June 20th, 2015
Where: W.A. Peirce (Turf) Field (rain or shine)
74 Millbrook Drive, Arlington, MA 02476
Behind Arlington High School
Format: Must be 18 or above to participate
7 v 7/35 minute games with referees* please note format change
2 Divisions: Open and Over 40*
3 game minimum plus playoffs
*Groupings may need adjusting depending upon enrollment.
Entry fee: THIS YEAR EARLY BIRD SPECIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT SAVINGS!!
$ 350.00 per team if registration is in a by April 17th, 2015
$ 500.00 per team if registration is in by May 17th, 2015
(12 players max on roster).
To pay online- click on link to "donate" the registration fee.
Visa, Mastercard and Discover accepted.
Each team should assign a "captain" to register the team and make a single payment
For more information or to download a team registration form, please click on "team registration form" on the left.
Bring your family and friends! There will be food and refreshments, face painting, soccer shooting competitions, and more! There will also be a wonderful silent auction all day.
All proceeds will go to benefit AYCC!
Check out the photos from Team Up 2014!
Mission of AYCC
The Arlington Youth Counseling Center (AYCC) is a non-profit, community based mental health counseling center serving Arlington’s youth and families. AYCC is a fully licensed facility that provides direct mental health counseling for all types of issues including family violence, depression, anxiety, psychiatric hospitalization, behavioral difficulties, grief and loss, stress in school, alcohol and drug abuse to name a few. AYCC accepts all families into their programs regardless of their ability to pay but relies heavily upon donations to help keep the many services offered to children and their families intact.