Highline Premier is the official Premier Development program of the Highline Soccer Association and the next step for players looking for a year-round soccer experience.
Highline Premier's programs compose a portfolio of training initiatives that leverage optimal training environments, proven developmental methodologies and top coach educators to accelerate player improvement.
Highline Premier welcomes athletes who seek to elevate their soccer experience, in an environment focused on individual development, advanced technical training, fluid team play, and engagement in community.
Learn more on our About Us page
If you’d like to see what our Club is like from the inside, send us an email and we’ll arrange for you to come to a training session. Training sessions take place on Mondays through Thursdays at fields throughout the Highline District (West Seattle south to Des Moines).
Contact our Director of Coaching, Anthony O'Neil (firstname.lastname@example.org), to confirm practice times and locations or any questions about our programs.
Try out with us in the spring. Check out our tryouts page for more information about the tryout process and dates/times for tryouts for your age.
If you're new to premier/select soccer and still have questions, we have an FAQ page that answers common questions such as:
Has something amazing happened to your team or an individual player? We want to celebrate accomplishments within the club. Please send us your story with images to our Communications Director. Please include your name and email address so we can follow up if we need additional details.
Tryouts will fall in the following date windows:
Refer back to the tryout page for specific dates, times and locations.
Highline Premier Juniors will run in three 10-week program cycles throughout the year. Each cycle will include training one night per week and game play. The upcoming 10-week program is listed below.
Winter 2013: January 7th to March 18th
Training Night = Tuesdays @ 5:30 PM - 7:00PM
March 3rd @ Delridge Soccer Field
March 11th @ Hiawatha (West Seattle High School)
March 18th @ Hiawatha (West Seattle High School)
T.R. Stoneback, Technical Director
Check out our Director's Corner page, where you can find information about the direction of training at Highline Premier, our periodic Club Assessments, skills development recommendations for players, and healthy soccer lifestyle information. CLICK HERE to visit the page.
As the Boys 94 Blue team wrap up their Highline Premier soccer careers, we want to take a moment to reflect on their experiences. We’ve asked a few of the longtime members to put some thoughts together as the Boys move onward. We are proud to share them with you all.
“What a great finish the ’94 boys had this year – finishing 2nd in the league, winning that PACNorthwest tournament, and being runners-up in the Challenge Cup finals. What a wonderful way to close out their high school club career. It’s been exciting to see the boys develop as players over these years, and to see the team as a whole come together in such a powerful way. It testifies to the great work that Ozzy, Alex and Dan have done with the boys over these years.”
"Many of our boys have been playing together for several years, and have come together as a team to have an amazing end to their premier soccer journey. One of the best highlights from these past years was to see the Highline Premier Boys 94 Blue team win the PACNW Winter Classic after placing second in their fall season."
"It was only fitting that they also went on to be Finalists in the Challenge Cup during their final year. We have been blessed with many outstanding coaches all these years and have appreciated the interest and effort they have placed in our boys. The families and friends we have me mean so much to us."
Thank you Highline Premier Boys 94’s!
Highline Premier Boys 94's Challenge Cup Finalists
Through a hard fought and tense battle against longtime nemesis Snohomish United, the Highline Premier Boys 97 Blue team captured the Virginia Mason Washington State Youth Soccer Challenge Cup Championship Sunday, winning 1-0 on a goal in the first half by forward Johnston Means.
The boys capped a great tournament run of five straight wins with a solid effort for all 80 minutes and into stoppage time, when Snohomish had a late chance on a set piece that sailed just over the crossbar.
In all, the boys only yielded three goals during the entire 6 games of the tournament, including two shutouts in the elimination rounds.
Great work Boys!
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