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    Strikers United and the Boston Bolts Form Partnership!

    Click this link to read more about this significant development in the Strikers United program and what it means for our players.



    Tryouts for Players in Birth Years 2011- 2007 Have Concluded, However Strikers Would Like to Meet Your Player!

    Strikers United tryouts for Boys and Girls with birth years 2000 - 2011 have concluded.  If your player missed our tryout, but would like to be considered for a Strikers United team, please contact us for a personal tryout.  Strikers United has limited space on some teams, so don't hesitate.  Write to strikersregistration@abys.org or call 617-840-0478 today.  Don't miss out on the fun!

    Strikers United

    Strikers United is a premier soccer development program aimed at providing a professional and structured pathway for committed players who are passionate about working at developing their skills, enhancing their techniques, learning game strategies and improving their fitness levels, by training and playing competitive soccer at the highest level achievable, under the guidance of professional coaches. Strikers United is a program presented by Acton Boxborough Youth Soccer, but is open to all players regardless of where they live.  

    Strikers United have a unique affiliation as partners of the New England Revolution Academy and the Boston Breakers Academy, enabling the players, parents and Strikers coaching staff access to a professional level of developmental training and education. 

    The aim of the Strikers United program is to have all its teams playing against equally dedicated and passionate players and teams in leagues such as the Northeast Soccer League (NSL).

    For information on the Strikers United Program Contact Us

    Strikers United

    Phone: Mitch Doherty 978-844-6589 / Seth Tower 617-840-0478


    Updates & News

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    Thinking About College Soccer?

    Insights on the process for playing college soccer from Tony Earp. Tony Earp directs SuperKick/TeamZone Columbus’ Soccer Skills programs. Tony has a Masters in Education from The Ohio State University. Tony was a standout player both academically and athletically at The Ohio State University, earning multiple honors both on the field and in the classroom.

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