Minot Magic Football Club is the leader in soccer in North Dakota. Minot leads the state in club points and state championships! With a top rated coaching staff your child will be taught the basic foot skills as well has technical game play.
Non HS players will begin the competitive season in April and will conclude at the end of August.
$350 (U8-U10) - a minimum of $230 is due upon initial registration with the remaining amount due June 1st
$400 (U11 and Up) - a minimum of $250 is due upon initial registration with the remaining amount due June 1st.
$350 (HS Girls) - Girls playing high school soccer will begin the competitive outdoor season in June and will run through the end of September. A minimum of $250 is due upon initial registration with the remaining amount due August 1st.
$350 (HS Boys) - The season for boys playing high school soccer come to a conclusion at the end of July. A minimum of $250 is due upon initial registration with the remaining amount due June 1st.
Determining the Birth Year Used for a Competition
Birth year registration should be based on the year in which the season ends. For example, if a season begins in the fall of 2016 and ends in the summer of 2017 (ex: 2016-17 season), the players would be registered based on their age in the year 2017. To simplify determining the age group, just subtract the birth year from the year the season ends.
Year Season Ends – Birth Year = Age Group
Example: 2017 – 2003 = U14
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