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Register for Summer Camp

Registration is now open for BRSC 2023 Summer Camps. The BRSC Summer Camp aims to help develop players’ skills through learning exercises that utilize functional training games to teach individual techniques, skills, and tactics through creative and motivating sessions.

Our morning sessions focus on the skills of passing, dribbling, shooting, attacking, defending, and ball control. In the afternoon sessions, we will build on technique and concentrate on the tactical aspects of soccer. To register or learn more, visit the BRSC Summer Camp page.


May 29 - June 2Tiny Tots/Half & full day4-13 yearsTBD
June 5 - 9Tiny Tots/Half & full day4-13 yearsTBD
June 12 - 16Tiny Tots/Half & full day4-13 yearsTBD
June 12 - 16Goalkeeper Camp9 - 14 yearsTBD
July 10 - 14Tiny Tots/Half & full day 4-13 yearsTBD

**** All Camps for players 6 – 13 will conclude at NOON on Fridays. ****


Tiny Tots9:00 - 11:00 am$125
Half Day9:00 am - noon$185
Full Day9:00 am - 4:00 pm$275
Goalkeepers9:00 am - 4:00 pm$275
Early Drop-off/Late Pick-up8:00 - 5:00 pmAdditional $50/week


Partners in Development Spring Program (U13 – U19)

Parterns in Development Spring 23

At BRSC strive to offer the best player experiences. We believe the Partners in Development (PID) program will allow your player to not only continue to develop but also provide the opportunity to play with players from across the state.

The cost per player for this program is $295. With that fee, your player will be participating in 4 practice sessions and 2 virtual sessions. They will receive 2 PID jerseys as well as participate in a tournament. That tournament registration is already built into the total cost. All the PID families will be responsible for accommodations- Food, Hotel, and Travel.


When you register, please be sure to upload a headshot to your League Apps Account. If you are already a BRSC member, please make sure your GotSport account has uploaded the headshot. Once you have registered and taken care of the headshot, please also be sure to email a copy of your player’s Birth Certificate to Coach Melin-

What to wear to training- If you could have your players attend in all black (black shorts, black socks, black top) we would really appreciate that. Please bring plenty of water, a soccer ball, and shin guards.

PID Overview

March 18th– 6:30-8 pm on field 24 (session 1)

March 27th– 6:30-8 pm on field 24 (session 2)

April 10th– 6:30-8 pm on field 24 (session 3)

April 24th– 6:30-8 pm on field 24 (session 4)

2 Virtual sessions– Once confirmed, the date/time will be sent out.

Tournament– TBD (April 29th and 30th)- Tournament link to come shortly.

Link for hotel reservation- I will send it out once we get confirmation on the numbers attending the tournament.


Patrick Bueno
Partners in Development Program Director

Are there opportunities for development while my child plays rec soccer?

For many players, the joy of playing soccer with their friends and classmates is enough. However, there are lots of players who are looking for more – learning new skills, tactical instruction, assistance with proper technique, or a structured environment that is challenging. Depending on the age of the player, there are several different opportunities for parents and players to join in addition to their recreational teams.

BRSC Academy
The Academy program is for parents and players who are looking for more frequent training opportunities in an environment that are focused on player development. The Academy Program is available at the Burbank (ages 5-12), Central (ages 8-15), and Zachary campuses (ages 8-15).
Players train under the direction of BRSC Staff coaches to learn the five pillars of the game: Technical, Tactical (Principles of Play), Physical, Psychological, and Social. Players are loosely placed into player pools based on age and skill level to create a challenging environment for each player.

BRSC Jr. Competitive
The BRSC U10/U11 Junior Competitive Program introduces players to the competitive program. Players train twice a week under the direction of professional, certified staff coaches. Training sessions are held Tuesday and Thursday evenings with limited local travel for games on the weekends.

BRSC Rec Plus
The Rec Plus program allows players to train with the BRSC Academy Program or the BRSC Junior Competitive Program at the Burbank Campus. This program allows players to attend their choice of one or two training sessions. It’s perfect for players with busy schedules or who wish to pick up an extra training session. Players in the Rec Plus program do not participate in games.

For players in middle school and above, BRSC offers seasonal programs such as the BRSC High School Training Program and Partners in Development.

Most of all, we recommend that all players find time to get touches on the ball outside of structured training sessions. These opportunities allow players to freely explore their creativity and focus on skills that most interest them. For younger players, we encourage parents to actively participate in free play and always offer positive feedback and positive reinforcement. Focus more on ball manipulation instead of kicking a ball into a net. The book “Soccer Starts at Home” by Tom Byer is a must-read for any soccer parent.

MLS NEXT Open Tryouts – Registration Open

We’re holding open tryouts in Baton Rouge, LA for U13 – U15 boys on April 22 and U16 – U19 boys on May 21.

This registration is open to all boys born in 2011 through 2005/06 which provides players with the opportunity to be assessed at an initial tryout. Participation in a current member club is not required to register/attend tryouts. The initial tryout acts as the first step in the identification process for LA TDP ELITE, where players will be assessed by LA TDP Elite Coaches and Support Staff. All initial tryouts will take place at Burbank Soccer Complex, with Field locations being confirmed near the start of the event on the following dates and times.

Invitations to attend multiple LA TDP Elite (MLS Next) training sessions will be sent 5 days after the initial tryout if successful. Players who are invited to, and attend multiple training sessions with the LA TDP Elite (MLS Next) teams will be evaluated further in the team environment and may/may not be invited to join the program.

The cost of the tryout is $100 (non-refundable), for any players who are successful in the identification process $50 of this fee will be offset as part of the program fee. ALL players must register for tryouts, any players unable to attend the tryout are not entitled to a team training session. It is recommended to make every effort to attend the tryout. Exceptions are at the discretion of the LA TDP Elite Staff.

Age Group Date Time
2011 Boys Sunday, April 23, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 pm
2010 Boys Sunday, April 23, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 pm
2009 Boys Sunday, April 23, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 pm
2008 Boys Sunday, May 21, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 pm
2007 Boys Sunday, May 21, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 pm
2006/2005 Boys (Combined) Sunday, May 21, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 pm


Is there a benefit to start soccer at such a young age?

BRSC Mudbugz for two and four-year-olds

While it may seem foreign to begin soccer at an age when your child is just learning to walk, there are many benefits when introducing your child to the game at a young age. In the BRSC Mudbugz program, we begin teaching players as young as two the basics of ball mastery. At this age, we simply want to help children get comfortable with controlling the ball with their feet through fun games and activities. Our sessions are created to constantly engage your child’s creativity without overloading them with boring, repetitive drills that lose their attention.

You will be impressed with just how quickly your child will pick up on our activities and how much they’ll enjoy the process of discovery. Beyond building comfort with a soccer ball, the Mudbugz program provides numerous benefits that translate to important skills off the pitch

  1. Physical development: Soccer involves a lot of running, kicking, and jumping, which can improve a child’s cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and coordination.
  2. Parent-Child Bonding: BRSC Mudbugz is a parent-and-me program that allows parents to get involved in games and activities. Some parents say that they enjoy the sessions just as much as their kids
  3. Mental development: Soccer requires strategic thinking and quick decision-making, which can help children develop their problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  4. Improved self-esteem: Success on the soccer field can help boost a child’s confidence and self-esteem. It can also provide a sense of accomplishment as players master new skills.

Beyond providing a jump start to your child’s soccer development, starting soccer at a young age can provide a variety of physical, social, and cognitive benefits for children, while also helping them develop important life skills.

Learn more about BRSC Mudbugz by visiting the Mudbugz page or viewing our program overview video.