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GROVE UNITED LAUNCHES U15 SQUAD TO ENHANCE PLAYER PATHWAY


Grove United is excited to announce that it will expand its elite player development platform by adding the U15 age group to its program. 


The U15 environment will mimic the environment that Grove United already provides to its U17, U19, and semi-pro groups, providing all components that aspiring players need to push to the next level and put them all under one roof, creating a seamless and progressive pathway.


“The addition of the U15 age group allows for Grove United to introduce its unique development methodology and philosophy at a younger age. This allows for greater impact to propel players to the next level in the later stages of their individual development track,” says Grove United president and technical director Justin Grove.

 

The environment will provide a fully comprehensive program including on-field training, strength & conditioning, a wellness program, tactical analysis, an injury prevention program, and a college recruitment mentorship program. 


The U15 squad will compete in the USL Academy (USL - A) against some of top talent in the country, participate in high-level showcases, have access to European tours, and play in other high level competitions, and it will replicate the established elite level of Grove United's U17 through semi-pro groups.


The program is for aspiring players looking to play at the next level, whether it be pursuing a college or a professional career. Grove United has started to build the U15 squad and has already accepted high-level players. Grove United will continue to add to the squad through tryouts and ID sessions in December, and will begin competition in Spring 2024.


Technical Director Justin Grove will be personally overseeing the U15 player selection process. If you are interested in joining Richmond’s elite development program, register directly at https://form.jotform.com/223127671737156 or contact Justin Grove via text at 804-484-9010 or email grovesoccerunited@gmail.com.

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