BALTIMORE BAYS UNITED 04
BALTIMORE BAYS UNITED 04
The Baltimore Bays Howard/Anne Arundel County United is still looking for players to fill our roster for the Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 season. We will be playing EDP in the fall and spring as well as tournaments. The U15 team will be comprised of 2002 and 2003 birth year players and therefore, is an option for 8th grade 2002 players who do not want to sit out in the fall. .
All inquiries can be emailed to Head Coach John Togba at email@example.com. John can also be reached by telephone at (240) 593-4804.
Check out our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/baystarsu13/.
Exciting news! The Baltimore Bays Stars are partnering with one of the top youth coaches in KNVB Holland to create a dynamic, focus-driven spring practice curriculum. The curriculum aims to improve real-time situational awareness and quick-action based skillsets. This is a unique partnership with a coach/trainer who holds the highest coaching license in Holland and is heavily involved in KNVB's girl's youth soccer program!
The Baltimore Bays Girls U-15 United will be staying in the 2002 year age group for the 2016-17 season. We will be evaluating players in both the 2002 and 2003 age group, and we will be holding tryouts in late spring of 2016 in Howard County. We are always interested in evaluating motivated, hard working players looking to join an aggressive, performance driven team. Our coaches are player-specialty based rather than system oriented, meaning they look to optimize players to the best of their ability and place them in positions to succeed.
We are always looking for sponsors!
If you are intersted in joining our team or becoming a sponsor, please contact John Togba at (240) 593-4804 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Baltimore Bays United was formed as a result of a merger between the Bays Chelsea Stars and the JPYO Warriors. For the upcoming Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 season, the United will be competing in EDP and play in 6-8 tournaments. The Bays United are based in Howard County, but field players from surrounding counties, including Anne Arundel, Montgomery and Carroll. The Chelsea Stars began in 2014 as t he 64th ranked team in gotsoccer rankings, and have moved up to 23rd as of June 2016. The JPYO Warriors were ranked 26th as of June 2016. Both teams have had tremendous success, including:
- Finished third in EDP Maps Division South (Stars)
- Semifinalist in Discovery Cup, October 2015 (Stars)
- Semifinalist in Virginia Sun Cup, August 2015 (Stars)
- Finalist in the Linthicum/Timonium Challenger Cup in August 2014 (Stars)
- Winner of the Elite Tournaments Columbia Fall Classic November 2014 (Stars)
- Finalist of the 2015 Presidents Day Cup and Showcase February 2015 (Stars)
- Finalist of the 2015 Amanda Post Memorial Soccer Tournament March 2015 (Stars)
- Champion - 2016 Chesapeake Cup (Warriors)
- Finalist - 2016 Baltimore Spring Classic (Warriors)
- Second Place - Fall 2015 Baltimore Beltway League Div A (Warriors)
- Champion - Spring 2015 Baltimore Beltway League Div A (Warriors)
The Bays United are coached by John Togba and Todd Silver both former players who have more than a decade of experience coaching youth soccer. JPYO Warrior coaches Sarah Wilkerson and former International player Marlon Waterman will be joining the United coaching staff for the Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 season. The Bays United is proud to part of a premier soccer organization. The Baltimore Bays have a record of success, are well known for player development, and place emphasis and resources on their teams and their families.
The Bays United is a performance driven team. Our players focus on the power game (speed, aggressiveness, will to compete) while using their technical skills to maintain possession of the ball and take opponants on 1v1. We practice on turf and grass fields in Howard and Anne Arundel Counties and play our homes games at Howard High School and Cedar Lane Park turf fields. Our winter program generally consists of technical training that focuses on the needs of our girls and agility speed training to make our girls more balanced, faster, and more aggressive.
The Baltimore Bays United are part of a proud and elite tradition with the Baltimore Bays Premier Soccer Club. We practice 2-3 times per week, and often employ specialized training with professional instructors to enhance the skills, speed, and agility of our players. We also conduct focused training in the summer and winter. For the spring 2015, we have hired a professional trainer from the Dutch Soccer School to work on certain techniques for our players. We also have adopted a curriculum developed by one of Holland's top youth instructors, which aims to improve real-time situational awareness and quick-action based skill sets.