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10U-13U Short Season Teams

10U-13U (4TH - 7TH GRADE)

Crossfire is dedicated to providing exceptional training through the 4th-7th grade Youth Development Program (YDT). Athletes will build a solid foundation of fundamental volleyball skills and have fun at the same time. 
 
NOTE (7th graders): 7th graders can choose between this Youth Development program or the 13U/14U Short Season teams program which practices on different nights. Both are developmental programs; however, the Youth Development program is recommended for those who have no volleyball experience. 
 
KICKOFF NIGHT/TEAM PLACEMENT
  • Sunday, November 7th, 6:00 to 8:00pm
  • No tryouts, no cuts
  • Teams will be divided by age and ability level
PRACTICES
  • 1 X per week, 2 hours
  • Sundays, Nov 7th through Feb 20th (except Dec 26th)
  • 6:00 to 8:00pm (may be an occasional time shift due to facility scheduling needs) 
COMPETITIONS
  • 5 competitive on Saturdays in the twin cities metro area
  • December 18th to February 26th
  • Team specific schedules released in mid December
APPAREL
  • Jersey and t-shirt provided
PRACTICE LOCATION
  • Crossfire Training Center, Champlin, MN MAP
PROGRAM COST
  • $675 (includes practices, competitions, a jersey and a t-shirt)
  • Payment plan available ($375 up front, $300 due January 10th)
  • Capacity is typically reached prior to the kick off date
  • Registration will close by Nov 1st or when capacity is reached
  • Bear in mind, all teams practice at the same time. Only high need carpool requests will be considered. These requests must be reciprocated by each party in the comments section while registering. Carpool requests cannot always be honored. 
YDT vs ELITE TEAMS
Trying to decide between the YDT program and trying out for an elite team? If so, it is recommended that the player register and tryout for an 11/12/13U Elite team. Should the player not make an elite team, as spot will be held for the player in the YDT program which can be secured upon registration. 
 
Registration required
Information is subject to change