- Tryouts for the U20 City Islanders Super Y 2012 Men & Women’s Teams are Wed Jan 4 from 8:30pm – 10pm
- Location: In the Net (Palmyra)
- Men’s team coach = Mike Lamarca & Bill Becher
- Women’s team coach = John Abe & Denis Clarke
- Players must be born on Jan 1, 1992 or later
The Harrisburg City Islanders have some exciting home games coming up.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011 @ 7pm:
Exhibition game versus the Philadelphia Union. This is a chance to see top level players right here in our back yard.
Saturday, September 3, 2011:
The USL PRO Championship
For more information check out the City Islanders full schedule
This weekend is a big weekend for soccer. The Harrisburg City Islanders, the Philadelphia Union and the USA Women’s National Team all play this weekend.
Saturday, July 16th:
Wilmington Hammerheads vs. City Islanders
7:30 pm at Legion Stadium
Sunday, July 17th:
7pm at Gillette Stadium
The big game of the weekend is the US Women’s National team versus Japan for the Women’s World cup final.
Sunday, July 17th:
2pm at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadium in Frankfurt, Germany
Who do you pick to win the games this weekend? Are you getting together to watch any of the games? Post it here and let everyone know!
Professional Soccer – right here in Harrisburg
Round 2 – US Open Cup
Today Tuesday, June 21 @ 7pm
Get your tickets: City Islanders Schedule
Now there’s no reason to miss your favorite teams matches. All you need is an internet connection!
Starting this year you can watch Central PA’s USL team, the Harrisburg City Islanders online at www.uslive.com
You have to love the internet!
The Philadelphia Union and Harrisburg City Islanders have announced that they will be holding a joint tryout on December 20-21, 2010. The tryouts will be held at In the Net Sports Complex in Palmyra, PA. This is the home training grounds for the City Islanders. Register on the City Islanders website: www.cityislanders.com
“Our eyes are constantly open to identifying talent and this tryout is a terrific opportunity to evaluate a large number of players simultaneously,” said Philadelphia Union Coach John Hackworth. “Our partnership with Harrisburg enables us to pool resources with the goal of finding players who can compete within our player development structure, and ultimately with the Union first team. We look forward to seeing who turns out for this exciting two-day event.”
“Philadelphia is a first class organization and we are pleased to partner with them once again,” added City Islanders Head Coach Bill Becher. “I look forward to having the Union’s coaching staff here in Harrisburg and I believe that a joint tryout with franchises from different levels of professional soccer is a great way to find players who may be able to contribute to one of the respective teams. It should be a quality event. We have open tryouts each year and we’ve always found a player or two that have not only made our team, but made a measurable difference. I suspect this year will be no different.”
Read more on the Union site: Union, Islanders to Host Joint Tryout