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Scholarship Information

Tri-Cities United Soccer Club offers a scholarship program to eligible players that can be applied to the CLUB Fees.  Scholarship is not able to be applied to the team fees in the select/premier program. Applications should be submitted quickly after accepting a roster position. Please see the specific criteria below. Funds are limited. 
  • Families who qualify for a free or reduced lunch program or who are qualified for food stamps. 
  • Families who can provide a written explanation and evidence of a unique hardship circumstance. The information will be reviewed by a small committee of board members who will approve or deny the financial aid request. 
  • Players receiving financial aid who do not attend training or frequently miss games will be asked to leave the team. Funds are limited and those players who are committed to their team and club will receive priority. 
  • It is the intent of the club to provide the opportunity to play competitive or recreational soccer to all kids in our community, regardless of race, gender, creed, or income. To achieve this vision, we offer the following financial assistance until our funds are exhausted.

  • Families that are awarded scholarship will be asked to volunteer at our annual spring and fall tournaments.

Free/Reduced Lunch Scholarship

Free/Reduced Lunch Scholarship Qualification and Application Process

  • Premier Program and Select Program 

    • Free Lunch Scholarship = $600 off annual club fees 
    • Reduced Lunch Scholarship = $300 off annual club fees 
    • Hardship Scholarship = Amount to be approved by Board on “as needed” basis 

     

    Competitive Program 

    • Free Lunch Scholarship = $60 off season fees 
    • Reduced Lunch Scholarship = $30 off season fees 
    • Hardship Scholarship = Amount to be approved by Board on “as needed” basis 

     

    Applicants for scholarships should e-mail proof of free or reduced lunch qualification to [email protected]

     

    There are other methods to identify the need for a scholarship, such as qualification for food stamps and attendance at a Title I School. Proof of financial burden may be required in these cases. It is recognized that not all students at Title I schools will require financial assistance and further justification will likely be required. 

Hardship Scholarship

Hardship Scholarship Qualification and Application Process 

  • Hardship Scholarships are also available to provide additional financial aid. 

    Applicants requesting hardship scholarships should e‐mail the following information to [email protected] 

    1. Name of the player (first and last) 

    2. Name of the guardian. 

    3. Age Group and Program (Premier/Select, Competitive, or Recreational) 

    4. Total dollar amount of financial assistance being requested. 

    5. Copy of most recent tax return and pay stub(s). 

    6. Reason for hardship request. 

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