From the worlds biggest youth tournament to college play

Developing the student-athlete for successful high school and college careers in sport and study.
After coming through the Titans / Sting SA developmental journey, players moving into the Senior program now begin to learn about our competition phase and college recruitment process. Players will be supported by a Full Time Program Director who has extensive knowledge of the college game, and who will guide them through the necessary steps as the begin to think about studying and playing at college.
As part of enriching our players cultural experience, our senior players will also have the opportunities to play abroad in Europe, by utilizing our partnerships with FCN and Travel and Play. Teams travel to Denmark and Sweden every year, to spend time with a Professional Danish La Liga Club, FCN, before playing at the worlds largest youth sporting event, the Gothia Cup.


See what some of our members have to say

Sandra F

Our coach has been instrumental in developing our Senior teams through district play as well as tournament. He is a diligent, tireless coach who cares about the players, their experiences and how they are achieving, both on and off the field. Our son has thoroughly enjoyed being under his instruction and continues to develop.

Barbara M

My son has been a member of Titans / Sting SA for 2 years. I feel they have a great approach to teaching and coaching the game of soccer and how it is played, in relation to both technique and sportsmanship. His coach has been instrumental this year on helping the boys focus not only as individuals but also a team.

Ruben C

I wish to take this opportunity to highly commend the coaches at Titans / Sting SA for their exemplary dedication, skill and superb attributes demonstrated coaching my son. My son has been with the club for four years and during that time he has developed his skills to ever-increasing levels of play.



Competing and preparing the athlete for the future

Preparing players to pursue collegiate soccer and athletic scholarships.
The Senior Program, or competition phase of our curriculum, will now focus on more tactical based training. Players moving into the Senior Program should have a solid technical base, which will allow our professional and experienced coaching staff to focus on more advanced training as we help the players understand more about tactics, systems of play and decision making.
Unnopposed training will be limited, as the focus will be on the team and preparing for competitive match play. More emphasis is placed on earning positive results, as players learn about competing and preparing for the college environment.


Competing and preparing our athletes for college life

Understanding the recruiting process.
Our Senior program will educate players on details that will assist them in the recruiting process. Our players are empowered to take responsibility for their future and our program provides exposure through the use of showcase tournaments and ID Camps.
We will also provide each player with a guide outlining a timeline to organize their goals and support them with staying on track during their recruiting process.
Our goal is to ensure each player understands their individual responsibility in the recruiting process. Our graduate players exemplify not only superior play on the field but knowledgeable understanding of the recruitment process as well.


Info on the program, its format, training times and location.

Program Overview
Teams are entered into state level and local competition. Wins, losses and ties are recorded, with no 50% playtime rule. Senior teams will be expected to enter College Showcase tournaments as our emphasis is to provide players with the opportunity to play at the collegiate level. Rosters are selected at tryouts and players signed on a 12 month contract.
Game Format
U15 and U16 teams play 11v11, 40 minute halves.
U17, U18 and U19 teams play 11v11, 45 minute halves.
Player equipment: Players at these age groups use a size 5 Soccer ball.
Shin guards, cleats and team uniform required for all games.
Field dimensions: For U15 - U19 players  are 100-130 yards x 50-100 yards.
Program Fees
Elite Level Teams: (train 3x per week)
Commitment fee:
Monthly training fee:
2004 - 2009:
2001 - 2003:
Uniform package:
Tournament fees: Due 2x per year (paid to manager of team)
2006 - 2009:
2001 - 2005:
Select Level Teams: (train 2x per week)
Commitment fee:
Monthly training fee:
2004 - 2009:
2001 - 2003:
Uniform package:
Tournament fees: Due 2x per year (paid to manager of team)
2006 - 2009:
2001 - 2005:
Player Registration
Senior competitive team tryouts are held in May each year. If you wish to join the club during the remainder of the year please contact the program director to arrange a tryout. We will invite your player out for a free training session to experience the soccer club and assess your player's ability.
Program Schedule
Fall Season length: 16 weeks
Practice time: Monday- Thursday, 7.30pm - 9pm, fields #2-#7
Game dates: Saturday or Sunday typically. League organizations set the game schedule for each team (mid-week games are possible) 
Field Information
GVTC Communications Sportsplex, 29064 Bulverde Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78260.
There are two entrances into the complex, A and B.
Star Soccer Complex, 5103 David Edwards Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78233 
Senior teams train on field #2 and #7 at GVTC Communications Sportsplex.
Field numbers at Star Soccer Complex varies.

Our Club Field Policies and Regulations:

For safety reasons, prohibited items include but are not limited to: 

  • Alcohol, drugs, chemicals, illegal substances or any paraphernalia associated with drug use

  • Fireworks or any combustible devices

  • Obscene or offensive material

  • Animals (except service animals)

  • Weapons of any type, including chains, knives, firearms and spiked jewelry

  • Any other item deemed unacceptable by event or complex staff

  • Speed limit at the Sportsplex is strictly 5mph

  • No soliciting

  • Tobacco and smoke free environment (including electronic cigarettes)

  • No swearing or aggressive behavior aimed at officials, parents or players

  • Guests found to be in violation of the above policies may face possible ejection or suspension from the GVTC Sportsplex



Postal Address: P.O. Box 340058, Austin, TX, 78734

Field Address: GVTC Communications Sportsplex, 29064 Bulverde Road, San Antonio, TX, 78260

Phone: (210) 599 4622


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